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UIL Realignment 2020-22: Wagner, Harlan up to 6A

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Wagner and Harlan will be heading to 6A for the 2020-21 school year after the University Interscholastic League (UIL) released its realignment cutoff numbers on Tuesday.

With Harlan going up to 6A, NISD now has 11 football-playing schools in the top classification in Texas. It will be interesting to see what happens when district assignments come out. Northside ISD had a zonal district format at one point as recently as 2017-18.

Another point of note in 6A, Converse Judson’s enrollment dropped to 2504 which would have meant the Rockets would have played in the 6A Division II bracket this season.


New Braunfels Canyon will drop to 5A Division I with due to the new Comal ISD Davenport High School slated to open in August 2020.

Sam Houston could drop to 5A Division II unless the San Antonio ISD opts for the Hurricanes to play up to Division I to stay with its SAISD schools.

Kennedy will drop to 4A Division i, as will Uvalde.

Link: https://www.uiltexas.org/files/alignments/2020_alpha_by_conf_post.pdf

Class 6A

Smithson Valley – 2980
New Braunfels – 2634.5
Brandeis – 2839
Brennan – 2744
Clark – 2950
Harlan – 2823 (Up from 5A-I)
Holmes – 2761
John Jay – 2840
Marshall – 2604
O’Connor – 3302
Stevens – 2857
Taft – 2568
Warren – 3051
East Central – 3125
Converse Judson – 2504
Wagner – 2233
Churchill – 2746
Johnson – 3201
L.E.E. – 3058
MacArthur – 2415
Madison – 3235.5
Reagan – 3462
Roosevelt – 2755.5
San Marcos – 2309
Cibolo Steele – 2606
Schertz Clemens – 2657
South San Antonio – 2514

5A Division I

Comal Canyon – 2027 (Down from 6A)
(Edgewood) Memorial – 1272
Harlandale – 2064
McCollum – 1759
Brackenridge – 1731
Burbank – 1336.5
Edison – 1682.5
Highlands – 1958.5
Jefferson – 1824.5
Lanier – 1646
Veterans Memorial – 1583
Southside – 1664
Southwest – 2027
Southwest Legacy – 1927
Seguin – 2030.5

5A Division II

Boerne Champion – 1767
Medina Valley – 1635
Kerrville Tivy – 1438
Alamo Heights – 1663.5
Sam Houston – 1127

4A Division I

Boerne – 1164.5
Canyon Lake – 1136
Fredericksburg – 1013
La Vernia – 1062
(Edgewood) Kennedy – 1188.5
Pleasanton – 1020
Somerset – 1160
Uvalde – 1195

4A Division II

Bandera – 643.5
Cuero – 638
Devine – 563
Navarro – 634.5
Gonzales – 833
Hondo – 600
Pearsall – 634
YMLA (Young Men’s Leadership Academy) – 288
Wimberley – 795
Comal Davenport – 1034.74 (August 2020)

3A Division I

Comfort – 351
Jourdanton – 446
Marion – 463
Poteet – 448
Cole – 373
Randolph – 476
Yoakum – 466

3A Division II

Karnes City – 334
Natalia – 314
Nixon-Smiley – 297
Poth – 232

2A Division I

Kenedy – 194

2A Division II

Falls City – 113

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Stephen Michael 26, is a journalist, social media coordinator, host, and entertainment reporter. Michael graduated in 2017 with a bachelor’s degree in Communication Arts and earned a Master's Degree in Digital Media in 2020 from the University of the Incarnate Word. He has worked covering the San Antonio Rampage, Stars, and San Antonio Futbol Club. He was the host of the Project Spurs Roundtable on NBC affiliate News 4 San Antonio from 2015-17.

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