2019 Metropolitan Interscholastic Conference high school football schedules

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The build-up to the 2019 high school football season continues for High School Football America as we post schedules from the toughest leagues/conferences around the nation.

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Metropolitan Interscholastic Conference 2018 Standings

TeamLeagueOverall
  
Warren Central Warriors(7-0)(14-0)
Center Grove Trojans(5-2)(9-4)
Carmel Greyhounds(5-2)(11-3)
North Central Panthers(5-2)(9-3)
Lawrence Central Bears(3-4)(4-7)
Ben Davis Giants(2-5)(3-7)
Lawrence North Wildcats(1-6)(3-7)
Pike Red Devils(0-7)(1-9)

The MIC, as it’s known, has always been one of the top ten leagues in the country, according to High School Football America’s proprietary algorithm that is used to create our Top 100 national rankings. Since we began using our algorithm to rank teams, five MIC members — Ben Davis, Carmel, Center Grove, Lawrence Central and Warren Central — have all been ranked, at one time or another, in our national rankings.

Related: Final 2018 HSFA 100

Last year, Warren Central finished No. 7 in the nation.

Related: 2018 Indiana Top 10

We’ll be doing a MIC preview later this summer, but for now, below are this year’s schedules.

Ben Davis Giants

August 23 – at Brownsburg

August 30 – Avon

September 6 – Pike*

September 13 – @Center Grove*

September 20 – Warren Central*

September 27 – @Lawrence North*

October 4 – Carmel*

October 11 – @Lawrence Central*

October 18 – North Central*

Carmel Greyhounds

August 23 – @Trinity (Kentucky)

August 30 – Noblesville

September 6 – Center Grove*

September 13 – @Pike*

September 20 – Lawrence North*

September 27 – North Central*

October 4 – @Ben Davis*

October 11 – Warren Central*

October 18 – Lawrence Central*

Center Grove Trojans

August 23 – @Warren Central*

August 30 – New Palestine

September 6 – @Carmel*

September 13 – Ben Davis*

September 20 – @North Central*

September 27 – @Lawrence Central*

October 4 – Pike*

October 11 – Lawrence North*

October 18 – @Indianapolis Cathedral

Lawrence Central Bears

August 23 – @Hamilton Southeastern

August 30 – Lafayette Jeff

September 6 – @Lawrence North*

September 13 – Warren Central*

September 20 – @Pike*

September 27 – Center Grove*

October 4 – @North Central*

October 11 – Ben Davis*

October 18 – Carmel*

Lawrence North Wildcats

August 23 – @Perry Meridian

August 30 – Marion

September 6 – Lawrence Central*

September 13 – @North Central*

September 20 – @Carmel*

September 27 – Ben Davis*

October 4 – Warren Central*

October 11 – @Center Grove*

October 18 – Pike*

North Central Panthers

August 23 – @Fishers

August 30 – Hamilton Southeastern

September 6 – @Warren Central*

September 13 – Lawrence North*

September 20 – Center Grove*

September 27 – @Carmel*

October 4 – Lawrence Central*

October 11 – @Pike*

October 18 – @Ben Davis*

Pike Red Devils

August 23 – @Zionsville

August 30 – Fishers

September 6 – @Ben Davis*

September 13 – Carmel*

September 20 – Lawrence Central*

September 27 – @Warren Central*

October 4 – @Center Grove*

October 11 – North Central*

October 18 – @Lawrence North*

Warren Central Warriors

August 23 – Center Grove*

August 30 – Trinity (Kentucky)

September 6 – North Central*

September 13 – Lawrence Central*

September 20 – @Ben Davis*

September 27 – Pike*

October 4 – @Lawrence North*

October 11 – @Carmel*

October 18 – TBD

*MIC Games

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Jeff Fisher
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