The 5 most affected teams by the realignment

Content By Avi Zaleon If you need a quick refresher on what districts will look like in the next two years, read here. But today, we’re looking at five teams that either felt like this: Continue Reading Here

UIL Realignment Overview

By Chuck Licata Managing Editor Every two years, the UIL (University Interscholastic League), the governing body of high school athletics in Texas, holds its Realignment Day. It’s a ritual where the UIL defines districts and regions for its over 1,400 member schools. To “set up” its Realignment Day, the UIL had announced last November … Continue reading “UIL Realignment Overview”

San Marcos jumps to Class 6A, joins District 14

Content By ISHMAEL JOHNSON It wouldn’t be the University Interscholastic League district realignment without some shock waves. San Marcos leaps to the UIL’s highest classification (6A) and will join Austin Akins, Austin Anderson, Austin Bowie, Del Valle and Manor in Region II District 14-6A for the 2016 and 2017 academic years. Continue Reading Here

UIL realignment sends Bryan & College Station schools to Central Texas district

Content By LARRY BOWEN The four public schools from Bryan and College Station were shipped north and west in Monday’s University Interscholastic League realignment. The direction was not unexpected, but the new assignments nonetheless proved odd. A&M Consolidated, Bryan, College Station and Rudder were placed in District 18-5A along with Temple, Waco and Waco … Continue reading “UIL realignment sends Bryan & College Station schools to Central Texas district”