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While we took a hiatus for Christmas break, basketball across Texas did not. How have the things played out while we were away in the Central Texas area? Check out our updated Men's and Women's rankings to find out!
**NOTE THESE RANKINGS DON'T REFLECT ANY GAMES PLAYED AFTER 1.10.22
The University Interscholastic League (UIL) posted their official release on Twitter Wednesday morning to announce the 2022-2023 and 2023-2024 UIL Reclassification and Realignment Conference Cutoff Numbers and Preliminary Enrollment Figures. With the realignment, it's possible that you may see a shift for some of your favorite Texas high school sports teams. The numbers for the realignment and reclassification are listed below:
⚠️ OFFICIAL RELEASE ⚠️Football Conference and Division Cutoff Numbers for the 2022-2023 & 2023-2024 UIL Reclassification & Realignment🔗 https://t.co/NsGjaWA6kV pic.twitter.com/dxTjzmXvUK— Texas UIL (@uiltexas) December 8, 2021
Class 6A: 2225 and upClass 5A: 1300-2224Class 4A: 545-1299Class 3A: 250-544Class 2A: 105-249Class 1A: 104.9 and below
With these numbers, the division breaks within the classifications are:
5A-D1: 1925-22245A-D2: 1300-19244A-D1: 880-12994A-D2: 545-8793A-D1: 360-5443A-D2: 250-3592A-D1: 164.5-2492A-D2: 105-165.41A-D1:59.5-104.91A-D2: 59.4 and below
For some schools, this means some shifting around. A look at some of the changes that comes with these numbers would include:
Manor heads back to 6AHarker Heights becomes the only Killeen ISD school in 6ARoyse City and North Forney will move to 6AEl Paso Hanks, Parkland, Crosby, Aledo, and Ysleta move to 5A-D1Lubbock High, Argyle, Melissa, Austin LBJ, and Amarillo Palo Duro to 5A-D2San Antonio ISD schools are all 5A-D2El Paso Austin, Bowie, and Irving move to 4A-D1
There will likely be more to dive into over the coming weeks. VYPE will keep a close eye on realignments and reclassifications.