Carl Padilla’s Class 4A – Realignment Early Look

 

Here is an early look at what Carl Padilla thinks will happen in the upcoming Class 4A UIL Realignment. Check out his predictions and make your comments below.

Padilla Poll 2012 4A Region I Re-Alignment

District 1 District 2 District 3 District 4
Canutillo El Paso Del Valle Amarillo% Hereford
El Paso El Paso Eastlake* Amarillo Caprock Lubbock%
El Paso Andress El Paso Hanks% Amarillo Palo Duro Lubbock Monterey%
El Paso Austin El Paso Parkland Canyon Plainview
El Paso Bowie El Paso Riverside Canyon Randall San Angelo Lake View
El Paso Burges El Paso Ysleta Dumas Wolfforth Frenship
El Paso Chapin Horizon
El Paso Irvin San Elizario
El Paso Jefferson
District 5 District 6 District 7 District 8
Denton Aledo Fort Worth Arlington Heights Arlington Seguin
Denton Guyer% Azle Fort Worth Carter-Riverside Everman
Lake Dallas Birdville Fort Worth Dunbar# Fort Worth South Hills
Little Elm Fort Worth Brewer Fort Worth Eastern Hills Fort Worth Southwest
Northwest Nelson Granbury Fort Worth North Side Fort Worth Wyatt
Wichita Falls Saginaw% Fort Worth Polytechnic^ Mansfield Lake Ridge*
Wichita Falls Rider Saginaw Boswell Fort Worth Trimble Tech Mansfield Legacy%
Saginaw Chisholm Trail* Fort Worth Western Hills Mansfield Timberview

Padilla Poll 2012 4A Region II Re-Alignment

District 9 District 10 District 11 District 12
Denison Frisco Dallas Adamson Dallas Adams
Lovejoy^ Frisco Centennial Dallas Carter Dallas Conrad
McKinney North Frisco Heritage Dallas Kimball Dallas Hillcrest
Prosper^ Frisco Liberty Dallas Molina Dallas Jefferson
Sherman Frisco Wakeland Dallas Pinkston Dallas Lincoln#
The Colony Highland Park Dallas South Oak Cliff Dallas Samuell%
Wylie Carrollton Creekview North Dallas Dallas Spruce
Wylie East Carrollton Smith Seagoville Dallas Wilson
District 13 District 14 District 15 District 16
Greenville Hallsville Burleson Corsicana
Lindale^ Jacksonville Burleson Centennial* Ennis
Royse City Longview Pine Tree Cleburne Forney
Sulphur Springs Marshall Crowley North Forney^
Terrell Mount Pleasant Joshua Lancaster
Tyler Nacogdoches Waco Mesquite Poteet
Whitehouse Texarkana Waco University West Mesquite
Waxahachie Red Oak

Padilla Poll 2012 4A Region III Re-Alignment

District 17 District 18 District 19 District 20
Bastrop Brenham Conroe Caney Creek Barbers Hill
Cedar Creek* Bryan Rudder Dayton Baytown Lee
Elgin Magnolia Humble Goose Creek Memorial
Georgetown% Magnolia West Humble Summer Creek Crosby
Georgetown East View* Montgomery Kingwood Park Galena Park
Hutto Tomball% Huntsville Houston King
Manor Tomball Memorial* Livingston New Caney
Pflugerville Connally Waller Willis New Caney Porter
District 21 District 22 District 23 District 24
Beaumont Central Houston Austin Fort Bend Marshall% Angleton
Beaumont Ozen Houston Davis Fort Bend Ridge Point* Bay City
Little Cypress Mauriceville Houston Lee* Fort Bend Willowridge% Brazosport
Lumberton Houston Milby Friendswood Galveston Ball
Nederland Houston North Forest Houston Northbrook Richmond Foster
Port Neches-Groves Houston Sharpstown Houston Spring Woods Rosenberg George Ranch*
Vidor Houston Sterling Houston Stratford Rosenberg Lamar
Houston Waltrip Pearland Dawson Rosenberg Terry
Houston Washington Santa Fe Texas City

Padilla Poll 2012 4A Region IV Re-Alignment

District 25 District 26 District 27 District 28
Austin Vandegrift Austin Crockett Floresville Alamo Heights
Cedar Park Austin Eastside Medina Valley Boerne Champion
Cedar Park Vista Ridge Austin Johnson Uvalde Buda Hays
Leander% Austin Lanier San Antonio Brennan Kyle Lehman
Leander Rouse Austin McCallum San Antonio Harlandale Kerrville Tivy
Dripping Springs Austin Reagan San Antonio McCollum Lockhart
Marble Falls Austin Travis San Antonio Southside Schertz Clemens
Seguin%
District 29 District 30 District 31 District 32
San Antonio Brackenridge Beeville Jones Alice Edcouch-Elsa
San Antonio Burbank Calhoun Corpus Christi Calallen Mercedes
San Antonio Edison Corpus Christi Miller^ Corpus Christi Flour Bluff Mission%
San Antonio Fox Tech& Corpus Christi Moody Corpus Christi Tuloso-Midway Mission Veterans
San Antonio Highlands% Corpus Christi Ray Laredo Cigarroa% PSJA Southwest*
San Antonio Jefferson Gregory-Portland Laredo Martin% Rio Grande City
San Antonio Kennedy Victoria East Laredo Nixon% Roma
San Antonio Lanier Victoria West Valley View
San Antonio Memorial
* New Football School ^ Elevated from 3A # Opted Up to 4A
El Paso Eastlake Fort Worth Polytechnic Fort Worth Dunbar
Saginaw Chisholm Trail Lovejoy Dallas Lincoln
Mansfield Ridge Point Prosper
Burleson Centennial Lindale
Cedar Creek North Forney
Georgetown East View Corpus Christi Miller
Tomball Memorial
Houston Lee
Fort Bend Ridge Point
Rosenberg George Ranch
PSJA Southwest
% Dropped from 5A % Dropped from 5A & Basketball Only
El Paso Hanks Fort Bend Marshall San Antonio Fox Tech
Amarillo Fort Bend Willowridge
Lubbock Leander
Lubbock Monterey Seguin
Denton Guyer San Antonio Highlands
Saginaw Laredo Cigarroa
Mansfield Legacy Laredo Martin
Dallas Samuell Laredo Nixon
Georgetown Mission
Tomball

Mike Says:
There will be 11 new schools at the 4A level. That is an amazing number.  Looking at the regions, Region I will again feature El Paso schools which will include El Paso Hanks.  Denton Guyer drops back to 4A after 2 pretty impressive years in 5A.  The Fort Worth schools look to split up into 2 separate districts rather than one large one. In region II, District 9 features 2 former powerhouse 3A teams in Lucas Lovejoy and Prosper.  District 13 is always one of my favorites with Sulphur Springs, Tyler John Tyler and Whitehouse.  Region III, District 18 has former 5A Tomball moving down to join 4A powers Brenham and Montgomery.  District 23 will have some of the Fort Bend schools dropping down to 4A to go with Houston Stratford, Friendswood and Pearland Dawson. Finally, someone other than Austin Lake Travis will be the Region IV champ (not to mention state champ).  The Cavaliers look to be taking their 5 championships up to Class 5A.  District 25 will be fun with Marble Falls and their new head coach (Todd Dodge), Cedar Park and Leander. District 31 will have some of the Laredo schools who are dropping down to 4A.

Chris Says:
4A has long been one of those “sweet spot” classes featuring a good sized student body in a small enough area to have a strong sense of community.   The large number of teams dropping down from 5A really will shake things up in 4A.   The first thing you notice in looking at this list is there is no Austin Lake Travis.  There is a lot of speculation that the Cavaliers will take their 5 consecutive state championship titles up to Class 5A.  This opens up a lot of doors.  That combined with Aledo graduating Johnathan Gray means we WILL see two new champions at this 4A level!

Don’t forget about the LIVE UIL Realignment Chat as they new districts are announced. Come participate on February 2nd at 9:00am. Post your comments here or call the voicemail line 713-568-6361 to tell the state what you think about the proposed realignment.

Comments

  1. Keith Parker says:

    I think the 23 4-A alignment is stupid. Whey not keep Angleton, Brazosport, Texas City and Galveston Ball together as they are geopgraphically closer. Put the 3 Spring Branch or 3 Ft Bend ISD schools in 23 4-A for a better geographic fit.

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