Several Area football teams will move with UIL Realignment

Several Area football teams will move with UIL Realignment
Several Area teams will move with UIL Realignment (Source: KCBD)

LUBBOCK, Texas (KCBD) - The landscape of Texas High School football started to change Tuesday as the UIL released cutoff classification numbers.

Here is a link to the UIL’s cutoff numbers:

The UIL will release new Realignment districts in February for 2020-21 and 2021-22.

Here are some of the noticeable changes for our area high schools based on the attendance numbers they turned in:

Seminole moving down to 4AD2

Lamesa moving down to 3AD1

Tahoka moving up to 2AD1

Ropes moving up to 2AD2 to play 11-man football

SpringLake-Earth moving down to play 6-man football

Sands moving down to 1AD2

Klondike moving down to 1AD2

Dawson after not fielding a team will be in 1AD2.

The UIL does this Realignment process every two years.

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