Local high schools anxious for Monday UIL realignment - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock


Local high schools anxious for Monday UIL realignment


By James Clark | email

LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) – Every high school in Lubbock and the South Plains awaits news from the UIL or University Interscholastic League Monday morning. 

UIL realignment is every two years. Teams are assigned in districts with neighboring schools of similar size, and generally the UIL tries to keep travel to a minimum. The biggest question, typically, is which teams will move up to a bigger bracket or down to a smaller one. Brownfield and Lamesa might stay the same or drop down. Shallowater might stay the same or move up.  Lubbock High, for example, is looking at 5 different possible changes to its district.

NewsChannel 11 will keep an eye on realignment and post an update to KCBD.com when it happens Monday morning. 

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