Krum and Argyle, seen here playing in this year's Class 3A Division II bi-district round, will not play each other in the playoffs next year after the two schools ended up in different Class 4A divisions. (David Minton/DRC)
Every two years, people across the state frantically stare at maps and numbers and try to predict what classifications high schools fall in.
If you think about it for too long, there’s a strong chance aspirin will be needed.
Well the University Interscholastic League eliminated some of the drama this year when it announced the enrollment numbers for each classification, 6A to A (Class 5A was renamed 6A, 4A renamed 5A, and so on down to six-man).
While we still have to wait until February to see what districts schools will fall in, we do know what classifications our 10 area public schools will fall in.
With that being said, here are three things to look out for in the 2014-16 realignment.