Lone Star Gridiron

Carl Padilla’s Class 3A – Realignment Early Look

Here is an early look at what Carl Padilla thinks will happen in the upcoming Class 3A UIL Realignment. Check out his predictions and make your comments below.

Padilla Poll 2012 3A Region I Re-Alignment

       
District 1 District 2 District 3 District 4
Amarillo River Road^ Andrews Anthony# Levelland
Borger Big Spring Clint Lubbock Cooper
Dalhart Midland Greenwood Fabens Lubbock Estacado
Pampa Monahans Fort Stockton Shallowater
Perryton Seminole Mountain View Snyder
    Pecos Sweetwater
  Presidio&  
District 5 District 6 District 7 District 8
Burkburnett Abilene Wylie Argyle Alvarado
Graham Brownwood Bridgeport Hillsboro
Iowa Park Glen Rose Decatur Kennedale
Vernon Mineral Wells Fort Worth Castleberry Venus
Wichita Falls Hirschi Springtown% Fort Worth Diamond Hill-Jarvis West
  Stephenville% Lake Worth  

Padilla Poll 2012 3A Region II Re-Alignment

 
District 9 District 10 District 11 District 12
Aubrey Anna Carrollton Ranchview Canton
Celina Bonham Dallas Madison Crandall
Frisco Lone Star Farmersville Dallas Roosevelt Ferris
Gainesville Melissa^ Nevada Community Kaufman
Krum* Princeton Wilmer-Hutchins Mabank
Sanger      
District 13 District 14 District 15 District 16
Caddo Mills^ Athens Atlanta Henderson
Emory Rains Brownsboro North Lamar Kilgore%
Mineola^ Bullard Paris Gilmer
Quinlan Ford Palestine Pittsburg Gladewater
Van Palestine Westwood Texarkana Liberty-Eylau Longview Spring Hill
Wills Point Tyler Chapel Hill Texarkana Pleasant Grove Tatum^

Padilla Poll 2012 3A Region III Re-Alignment

 
District 17 District 18 District 19 District 20
Caldwell China Spring Carthage Bridge City
Fairfield Gatesville Center Buna^
Groesbeck Lorena Diboll Hamshire-Fannett
Madisonville Robinson Huntington Hardin-Jefferson
Mexia Waco Connally Jasper Orangefield
Rockdale Waco La Vega Rusk Silsbee
    Lufkin Hudson& West Orange-Stark
    Pollock Central&  
District 21 District 22 District 23 District 24
Cleveland Houston Furr% Bellville Brookshire Royal
Coldspring Houston Jones% Columbus Houston Sunnyside*
Huffman Hargrave Houston Kashmere% Giddings La Marque%
Liberty Houston Scarborough% La Grange Needville
Shepherd Houston Wheatley% Navasota Sealy
Splendora Houston Worthing% Smithville Stafford
Tarkington Houston Yates%    

Padilla Poll 2012 3A Region IV Re-Alignment

       
District 25 District 26 District 27 District 28
Burnet Bandera Carrizo Springs Gonzales
Lampasas Boerne Crystal City La Vernia
Liberty Hill Canyon Lake Devine Pleasanton
Llano Fredericksburg Hondo Poteet
Salado Navarro Lytle San Antonio Houston
Taylor Wimberley Pearsall Somerset
District 29 District 30 District 31 District 32
Columbia Aransas Pass Kingsville% Hidalgo%
Cuero Corpus Christi West Oso Lyford La Feria
El Campo% Ingleside Orange Grove La Grulla
Sweeny Mathis Raymondville Port Isabel
Wharton Rockport-Fulton Rio Hondo Progreso
Yoakum Sinton Robstown Zapata
  Donna Idea College Prep&
 

 

* New Football School ^ Elevated from 2A # Opted Up to 3A
Krum Amarillo River Road Anthony
Houston Sunnyside Melissa  
  Caddo Mills
Mineola
Tatum
Buna
 
 
% Dropped from 4A % Dropped from 4A & Basketball Only
Springtown Houston Wheatley Presidio
Stephenville Houston Worthing Lukin Hudson
Kilgore Houston Yates Pollok Central
Houston Furr El Campo Donna Idea College Prep
Houston Jones La Marque  
Houston Kashmere Kingsville
Houston Scarborough Hidalgo

Mike Says:
The big story here is how many 4A power house schools will be dropping down to 3A.  Wow…Stephenville, Kilgore, El Campo, Houston Yates and La Marque all will be in the middle classification.  Tatum is a notable school to be moving up to 3A.  They enjoyed their 2 years in 2A going 24-4.  The 2 years before that when they were in 3A, they went 11-11.  District 2 looks pretty tough with Big Spring, Midland Greenwood, Monahans and Seminole. District 6 will also be a killer in Region I.  Not only does it have 2 4A dropping down in Springtown and Stephenville.  They also have Abilene Wylie, Brownwood, Glen Rose and Mineral Wells.   In Region II, District 9 will be tough with Aubrey, Celina and Sanger.  District 16 may once again be one of the toughest in the state with Henderson, Kilgore, Gilmer and Tatum.  In Region III, Carthage moved over from Region II to District 19 to be with Jasper and Diboll.  District 22 will be interesting with 7 Houston ISD schools dropping down. District 23 and 24 are some of the best in the state.  Region IV will feature the defending Division I champions Wimberley in District 26.  District 29 will be fun with Columbia, Cuero and El Campo.

Chris Says:
3A could be VERY interesting for the next two years!  Some great teams could drop in from 4A – Stephenville, La Marque & El Campo are just a few of the teams that may shake things up.  An entire Houston district is likely to make the drop down which puts Yates, Wheatley, Kashmere, Furr etc. mixing it up with the standbys in 3A.  Most of the teams jumping up from 2A will be in Region II which doesn’t have a lot of 4A drop-downs, but will still have to take on the likes of Celina and Gilmer.   I can’t wait to see all the story lines that will emerge from this realignment

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.

One Comment

  1. james johnson

    January 25, 2012 at 2:00 pm

    Shouldn’t 17 -3a include the new College Station High school?

What are your thoughts?

s2Member®