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The purpose of the Siouxland Conference shall be to promote and supervise the various forms of athletics and other school activities sponsored by the member schools; to instill in the minds of the high school students and the people of the several communities proper attitudes and ideals toward all activities; and to promote a high standard of conduct and the spirit of sportsmanship.

The schools of the Siouxland Conference hope that you find this website to be a very useful tool. Click on any of the schools to the right to view their Activity Calendars.

Click on Conference Calendar above to view the complete Calendar of all Siouxland Conference activities. Be sure to check out conference standings, results, all-conference teams and conference history located on the right side of this page.

Siouxland Conference History
The Siouxland Conference was founded in 1952 and began play in the 1953-54 school year. Originally the league was made up of Inwood and George from Lyon County, Orange City, Hawarden and Rock Valley from Sioux County, and Akron and Le Mars Gehlen from Plymouth County. The Siouxland Conference originally promoted participation in four sports--football, basketball, track, and baseball.

West Sioux of Hawarden left the conference in 1965, and rejoined in the fall of 1974. Sioux Center and Central Lyon of Rock Rapids joined the conference in 1967. Those 2 schools had been a part of the Sioux Empire Conference which also included West Sioux, Canton, SD and Vermillion, SD. Akron withdrew from the Siouxland Conference at the conclusion of the 1975 baseball season.

Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn joined the league in the fall of 1989. Okoboji replaced West Sioux in the fall of 1990. Sibley-Ocheyedan join in the fall of 1991 to increase the number of schools to 10, which it still maintains. Sheldon replaced Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn in the fall of 2009. Other changes that occurred included George merging with Little Rock to become George-Little Rock and MOC merging with Floyd Valley in 1991 to become MOC-Floyd Valley.

Check out more Siouxland Conference history by clicking on the history links at the right side of this page.

Siouxland Conference Schools

All-Conference Teams

Conference CC, WR & TR Meet Results

Conference Standings

Siouxland Conference History