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U.I.L. realignments shake up football teams across the state

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The University Interscholastic League released the 2018 district realignments for the next two years, which will run until 2020. 

There were some surprises, with some teams changing classes and some changing divisions.

The biggest surprise was in the 6A ranks with San Angelo Central moving out of District 2-6A and moving to District 3-6A with teams including Abilene High, Euless Trinity, Haltom City Haltom, Hurst Bell, N. Richland Hills Richland and Weatherford. 

In the 4A ranks, Andrews, Big Spring and Seminole are now all part of District 2-4A Div. I. Previously, Andrews, Big Spring and Seminole were all in separate districts. 

In 3A, Denver City changed classes from 4A down to 3A. 

Finally, in 1A, there were a lot of changes with Ackerly Sands and Lenorah Grady changing divisions from Div. II to Div. I and will be joined in the same district. Balmorhea moved up to Div. I while Buena Vista dropped to Division II.

Football District realignments for 2018 are below: 

District 2-6A : Amarillo Tascosa, Midland, Midland Lee, Odessa, Permian, Frenship.
Click here to view the 6A alignment. 

District 2-4A Division I : Andrews, Big Spring, San Angelo Lake View, Seminole
Click here to view the 4A Div. I alignment. 

District 1-4A Division 2 : Fort Stockton, Lamesa, Greenwood, Monahans, Pecos, Snyder, Sweetwater
Click here to view the 4A Div. II alignment. 

District 1-3A Division I : Brownfield, Denver City, Kermit, Tornillo
Click here to view the 3A Div. I alignment. 

District 1-3A Division 2: Alpine, Anthony, Reagan County, Crane
Click here to view the 3A Div. II alignment. 

District 2-3A Division 2 : Abernathy, Coahoma, Colorado City Colorado, Idalou, Lubbock Roosevelt, Stanton
Click here to view the 3A Div. II alignment. 

District 3-2A Division 1: Forsan, Hawley, Ozona, Stamford, Winters 
Click here to view the 2A Div. I alignment. 

District 1-2A Division 2: Iraan, McCamey, Van Horn, Wink
Click here to view the 2A Div. II alignment. 

District 7-1A Division 1: Balmorhea, Fort Davis, Marfa, Rankin
Click here to view the 1A Div. I alignment

District 6-1A Division 1: Ackerly Sands, Gail Borden, Lamesa Klondike, Lenorah Grady, O’Donnell
Click here to view the 1A Div. I alignment. 

District 8-1A Division 1: Garden City, Roscoe Highland, Sterling City, Water Valley Westbrook
Click here to view the 1A Div. I alignment. 

District 5-1A Division 2: Dell City, Grandfalls-Royalty, Imperial Buena Vist, Sanderson, Sierra Blanca 
Click here to view the 1A Div. II alignment. 

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