Pioneer Athletic Conference

The Pioneer Athletic Conference is a high school athletic conference with ten members properly abbreviated as the PAC-10. The Pioneer Athletic Conference is affiliated with the Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic Association (PIAA) and all participating school districts are located within the southeastern quadrant of Pennsylvania. The Pioneer Athletic Conference was founded in 1985 and was then known as the "PAC-8" due to then-current membership total. [ [ > Pioneer Athletic Conference high school wrestling ] ]

Current Membership

* Boyertown Bears
* Spring-Ford Rams
* Methacton Warriors
* Owen J. Roberts Wildcats
* Perkiomen Valley Vikings
* Phoenixville Phantoms
* Pottsgrove Falcons
* Pottstown Trojans
* St. Pius X Winged Lions
* Upper Perkiomen Indians

Past Membership Moves

1985 - Founding Members

The Pioneer Athletic Conference, then known as the PAC-8, was composed of the following charter members:

1988 - Great Valley & Owen J. Roberts Join

Great Valley and Owen J. Roberts join the Pioneer Athletic Conference and bring the total membership to ten.

2002 - Great Valley replaced by Boyertown

Great Valley left the PAC-10 to join the Southern Chester County League. In the same year, the PAC-10 admitted Boyertown which effectively kept the Pioneer Athletic League at 10-member status.

Future Membership Moves

Lansdale Catholic

On May 9, 2007, Lansdale Catholic administrators announced that they have accepted an invite to the Philadelphia Catholic League. The move is effective in July 2008. []


On July 3, 2007, Methacton School District was accepted into the PAC-10 after their application was approved by the principals of the existing PAC-10 member schools. [ [ NHSCA Sports Network ] ]


External links

* [ PAC-10 Football]
* [ PAC-10 Wrestling]
* [ PAC-10 Baseball]

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