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UIL Announces Realignment for 2018-19, 2019-20 High School Seasons

While we may be months away from High School football, February 1st is an important day in the State of Texas, as the University Interscholastic League (UIL) releases the new alignments for all high school sports.

While football takes a chunk of the spotlight, all sports are touched by the realignment.  Here in  the Sun City, the biggest change is in the 1-5A and 2-5A Districts.

As seen in the last realignment, the large schools are in division one, while the smaller 5-A schools are now split into two districts within 2-5A.  Additionally in this round, El Dorado drops from 6A to join the large schools in 1-5A

These new alignments are good for the 2018-19 and 2019-2020 school years.

1-A | Division Two |District 5 (Six-Man Football)

Dell City
Grandfalls-Royalty
Imperial Buena Vista
Sanderson
Sierra Blanca

2-A |Division Two |District 1
Iraan
McCamey
Van Horn
Wink

3-A | Division One | District 1

Brownfield
Denver City
Kermit
Tornillo

3-A | Division Two | District 1

Alpine
Anthony
Big Lake Reagan Co.
Crane

4-A | Division One | District 1

Clint
Mountain View
Fabens
San Elizario

5-A | Division One | District 1

Bel Air
Chapin
Del Valle
Eastlake
Eastwood
El Dorado

5-A | Division Two | District 1

Canutillo
Horizon
Hanks
Parkland
Riverside
Ysleta

5-A | Division Two | District 2

El Paso
Andress
Austin
Bowie
Burges
Irvin
Jefferson

6-A | Divison One | District 1

Americas
Coronado
Franklin
Montwood
Pebble Hills
Socorro

1A Basketball | 2A Basketball | 3A Basketball | 4A Basketball |  5A Basketball

2A Volleyball |  3A Volleyball  |  4A Volleyball  |   5A Volleyball

As for the school population cut-off numbers, below is a breakdown, along with the number of schools in each division, courtesy UIL.

UIL Reclassification and Realignment | Conference Cutoff Numbers 

6A 2190 and above:  254 schools (Basketball); 252 schools (Football)
5A 1150 – 2189:        253 schools (Basketball); 252 schools (Football)
4A 505 – 1149:          189 schools (Basketball); 182 schools (Football)
3A 225 – 504:            232 schools (Basketball); 211 schools (Football)
2A 105 – 224:             198 schools (Basketball); 187 schools (Football)
1A 104.9 and below:  212 schools (Basketball); 142 schools (Football)

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