Five schools set to appeal realignments with UIL Committee next week

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While realignment is typically a celebrated event, there are always a few fans, experts, coaches and even players who are disappointed in the changes.

And this year was no different.

According to the UIL Committee Agenda (https://www.uiltexas.org/files/policy/DAAC_Agenda_2020.pdf) the UIL Committee is set to meet Tuesday, Feb. 25 to hear the appeals of nine different schools who are appealing their realignment.

Of the nine schools, five of the appeals come from football teams. The schools are: Lake Worth, Pottsboro, Shepherd, Navarro and Wimberley.

Lake Worth’s appeal is to move from 4-4A Division 1 to 6-4A Division 1. 

Pottsboro’s appeal is to move from5-3A Division 1 to 4-3A Division 1.

Shepher’s appeal is to move from 10-4A Division 2 to 10-4A Division 1.

Navarro and Wimberly do not have listed as to what their appeal is.

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