Buckeye Central

Bucks

Bucyrus

Redmen

Carey

Blue Devils

Colonel Crawford Eagles

Mohawk

Warriors

Ridgedale

Rockets

Seneca East

Tigers

Upper Sandusky

Rams

Wynford

Royals

 

Fall sports

Cross country

Football

Boys golf

Girls golf

Volleyball

 

Winter sports

Boys basketball

Girls basketball

Swimming

Wrestling

 

Spring sports

Baseball

Softball

Track & field

 

League info

About the N10

History

Records

Constitution

Media links

Contact info

 

About the Northern 10

 

The Northern 10 Athletic Conference was formed in 2012 and began competition in the 2014-15 school year. It began as Buckeye Central, Bucyrus, Carey, Colonel Crawford, Crestline, Mohawk, Ridgedale, Riverdale and Wynford, but when Riverdale accepted a place in the Blanchard Valley Conference, the Falcons’ association with the N10 was terminated immediately, and Riverdale never competed in the league. The Falcons were replaced by Upper Sandusky, which began play immediately in every sport except football because it had to fulfill a commitment to the Mid Ohio Athletic Conference. Crestline left the league after the 2014-15 season, and the conference currently stands at nine members. Beginning in the 2017 season, Ridgedale will compete independently in football, giving the N10 eight football-playing members.

 

Member schools compete for championships in boys and girls cross country, football, boys golf, girls golf and volleyball in the fall, boys and girls basketball and wrestling in the winter and baseball, softball and boys and girls track and field in the spring. There was a champion named in boys and girls swimming in the first year of the league but there currently are not enough schools sponsoring the sport for league competition to be held at this time. N10 schools now compete in the North Central Ohio Swim League.

 

Mark Hayman is the commissioner.