PORTER COUNTY CONFERENCE

GIRLS BASKETBALL

VICTORY KUP

PORTER COUNTY CONFERENCE
GIRLS BASKETBALL
VICTORY KUP
MARCH 4, 1975 TO 2017-18
44th SEASON
          The Porter County Conference added girls basketball during the 1973-74 school year.  As is the 
case today, there was a round robin schedule as well as the PCC tournament.  The IHSAA's first state
girls basketball tournament wasn't until the 1975-76 school year.  A full two years after the PCC started
offering girls basketball.
          The Porter County Conference girls basketball victory KUP made its debut, March 4, 1975, in the
opening round of the PCC Tournament at Morgan Twp.  The KUP was awarded to Wheeler to start the  
tournament.  Washington Twp won the first KUP game by the score of 43-25.  They followed that win with 
a 46-33 victory over Hanover Central in the semi-finals.  In the finals, Boone Grove captured the KUP by 
defeating the Senators 61-39.  
          The KUP was suggested by Wheeler Principal Charles Kennedy and Wheeler coach Sue Knoll. 
The KUP was made by Wheeler shop instructor Wayne Herlitz.  A plaque for the KUP was donated by 
Paul Schroeder of Hebron.
          For the first six seasons, the KUP only changed hands during the PCC tournament.  At the March
17, 1980 PCC spring meeting, Lonnie Steele (Washington Twp.) proposed that the KUP be exchanged 
during the season any time two conference teams played.  The motion passed unanimously by a 9-0 vote.
Washington Twp opened the 1980-81 season in possesion of the KUP.
          Early regulations for the KUP stated that it was not to be painted.  Decorations in the appropriate 
school colors by the holders of the KUP was encouraged.   In 1998, Morgan Twp coach, Jeff Edwards
was able to get the PCC to waive the no-paint clause.  

 

YEARLY KUP RESULTS

1970's

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1990's

2000's

2010s

SCHOOL TOTALS

COACHING TOTALS

COACHING RECORDS

 

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