Nwcc Logo2The mission of the Northwest Central Conference (NWCC) is to promote a greater interest in athletic contests, sportsmanship and regulate activities in the conferences’ communities. The Principals, Conference Commissioner, Athletic Directors, and Coaches are to serve as teachers and role models for academic achievement and athletic success.

The Northwest Central Conference (NWCC) came into existence in the fall of 2001-2002. The eleven-member schools are Cory-Rawson, Crestline, Elgin, Hardin Northern, Lima Temple Christian, Lima Perry, North Baltimore, Ridgedale, Ridgemont, Upper Scioto Valley, and Waynesfield-Goshen are located in the counties of Allen, Auglaize, Hardin, Logan, and Shelby Counties of Northwest Ohio.

The NWCC brings a rich athletic history and fierce competition. The conference supports 12 well-rounded competitive male and female league sports teams: football, boys cross country, boys golf, volleyball, boys and girls basketball, boys and girls bowling, baseball, softball, and boys and girls track & field.

Every year the NWCC produces many college-level athletes from all divisions levels of NCAA to NAIA.

NWCC Membership History

  • Cory-Rawson (2024 – Current)
  • Crestline (2020 – Current) joined in football only in 2020, joined boys & girls bowling in 2024
  • Elgin (2017 – Current) joined in all sports in 2017-18
  • Hardin Northern (2014 – Current) joined in all sports except football in 2014-15, all sports in 2015-16
  • Lima Temple Christian (2001 – Current) in all sports except Football
  • Lima Perry (2004 – Current)
  • North Baltimore (2024 – Current)
  • Ridgedale (2020 – Current) joined in football only in 2020, joined in all sports in 2021-22
  • Ridgemont (2001 – Current)
  • Upper Scioto Valley (2003 – Current)
  • Waynesfield-Goshen (2001 – Current)

Charter members in bold

Former NWCC Members

  • Fairbanks (2004 – 2013)
  • Fort Loramie (2012 – 2016) in Football Only
  • Fostoria St. Wendelin (2009 – 2010) in Football Only
  • Lehman Catholic (2012 – 2021) joined in football only in 2012-13, all sports in 2013-14
  • Marion Catholic School (2001 – 2012)
  • Riverside (2001 – 2021)
  • Troy Christian (2001 – 2004) in Football Only
  • Yellow Springs (2003 – 2008) in Football Only