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UIL Announces Realignments for 2020-22 Seasons

The University Interscholastic League (UIL) announced its district realignments Texas high school athletics programs Monday morning. UIL realigns districts every two years.

In football, which has the most elaborate playoffs system, Lake Ridge High School and Mansfield High School remain in Class 6A. They will be playing in District 11 with Cedar Hill, Desoto, Duncanville, Waco, Waco Midway and Waxahachie.

Summit High School is leaving Class 6A and joining Legacy High School in Class 5A Division I. Their District 4 opponents include Burleson Centennial, Colleyville Heritage, Midlothian, Birdville, Richland and Red Oak.

Timberview High School is still in Class 5A, but the school is now in Division II. The team will be playing in District 5 against Aledo, Arlington Seguin, Burleson, Cleburne, Everman, Joshua and Waco University.

The new realignments will take effect in the 2020-21 and 2021-22 seasons.  

The Class 6A cutoff for 2020-22 was set at a student enrollment of 2,220 or more. Class 5A’s cutoff was set at an enrollment of 1,230 to 2,219 students.

View realignment information for all sports here.