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2014-16 UIL Realignment Numbers

2014-16 UIL Realignment Numbers
 (University Interscholastic League)
(University Interscholastic League)

The Texas University Interscholastic League released cut off numbers for the 2014 through 2016 seasons this morning. The numbers below represent what classification the following schools will fall into, not which district they belong in. 6A has been added this year, and six-man will now be considered 1A.

Conference Cutoff Numbers 2014-15 & 2015-16

6A - 2100 and above
5A - 1060 to 2099
4A - 465 to 1059
3A - 220 to 464
2A - 105 to 219
1A - 104.9 and below

1A - 4A Football Division I and Division II Numbers

1A Division I - 55 to 104
1A Division II - 54 and below

2A Division I - 158 to 219
2A Division II - 105 to 157

3A Division I - 315 to 464
3A Division II - 220 to 314

4A Division I - 686 to 1059
4A Division II - 465 to 685

Permian Basin teams and their new classification

Current District 2-5A
Midland High - 2,881 - 6A
Midland Lee - 2,955 - 6A
Odessa High - 3,844 - 6A
Permian - 3,523 - 6A
Abilene High - 2,107 - 6A
Lubbock Coronado - 2,120 - 6A
Amarillo Tascosa - 2,213 - 6A
San Angelo Central - 2,751 - 6A

Abilene Cooper - 2,044 - 5A

Other permian basin teams under their new classification

4A Division I (686 to 1059)

Big Spring – 943

Andrews - 988

Seminole - 691

Snyder – 693

Abilene Wylie – 1,003

 

4A Division II (465 to 685)

Pecos - 597

Monahans – 560

Greenwood – 521

Fort Stockton - 600

Sweetwater – 535

Lamesa - 496

 

 

3A Division I (315 to 464)

Denver City – 430

Kermit – 353

Shallowater – 437

 

3A Division II (220 to 314)

Crane – 290

Reagan County – 254

Stanton – 222

Alpine – 278

Coahoma – 247

 

2A Division I (158 to 219)

Forsan – 196

McCamey - 163


2A Division II (105 to 157)

Iraan - 118

Wink - 98


1A Division I (55 to 104)

Rankin – 60

Grady – 62

Garden City – 88

Marfa - 86

Fort Davis - 65

Borden County - 71


1A Division II (54 and below)

Grandfalls-Royalty - 35

Balmorhea - 41

 

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