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Carl Padilla’s Class 5A – Realignment Early Look

 

Here is an early look at what Carl Padilla thinks will happen in the upcoming Class 5A UIL Realignment. Check out his predictions and make your comments below.

Padilla Poll 2012 5A Region I Re-Alignment

District 1 District 2 District 3 District 4
El Paso Americas Abilene Keller Arlington
El Paso Bel Air Abilene Cooper Keller Central Arlington Bowie
El Paso Coronado Amarillo Tascosa Keller Fossil Ridge Arlington Houston
El Paso Eastwood Lubbock Coronado Keller Timber Creek^ Arlington Lamar
El Paso El Dorado Midland Fort Worth Paschal Arlington Martin
El Paso Franklin Midland Lee Haltom Grand Prairie
El Paso Montwood Odessa Richland South Grand Prairie
El Paso Socorro Odessa Permian Weatherford
San Angelo Central
District 5 District 6 District 7 District 8
Colleyville Heritage Cedar Hill Coppell Allen
Grapevine DeSoto Denton Ryan^ Carrollton Turner^
Irving Duncanville Flower Mound McKinney^
Irving MacArthur Midlothian Flower Mound Marcus McKinney Boyd
Irving Nimitz Mansfield Hebron Plano
Euless Trinity Mansfield Summit Lewisville Plano East
Hurst Bell North Crowley Southlake Carroll Plano West
Justin Northwest

Padilla Poll 2012 5A Region II Re-Alignment

District 9 District 10 District 11 District 12
Dallas Jesuit Garland Longview Belton
Dallas Skyline Garland Lakeview Centennial Heath^ Copperas Cove
Dallas Sunset Garland Naaman Forest Rockwall^ Harker Heights
Dallas White North Garland Tyler Lee Killeen^
Richardson Rowlett Mesquite Killeen Ellison
Richardson Berkner Sachse Mesquite Horn Killeen Shoemaker
Richardson Lake Highlands South Garland# North Mesquite Temple
Richardson Pearce^ Waco Midway^
District 13 District 14 District 15 District 16
Pflugerville Austin Conroe Houston Aldine
Pflugerville Hendrickson^ Austin Akins Conroe Oak Ridge Houston Eisenhower
Round Rock Austin Anderson# The Woodlands Houston MacArthur
Round Rock Cedar Ridge* Austin Bowie Woodlands College Park Houston Nimitz
Round Rock McNeil Austin Lake Travis^ Lufkin Klein
Round Rock Stony Point Austin Westlake Spring Klein Collins
Round Rock Westwood Del Valle Spring Dekaney Klein Forest
San Marcos Westfield Klein Oak

Padilla Poll 2012 5A Region III Re-Alignment

District 17 District 18 District 19 District 20
Cypress Creek Alief Elsik A&M Consolidated Bellaire
Cypress Fairbanks Alief Hastings Bryan Houston
Cypress Falls Alief Taylor Katy Houston Chavez
Cypress Lakes Humble Atascosita Katy Cinco Ranch Houston Lamar
Cypress Ranch Kingwood Katy Mayde Creek Houston Madison#
Cypress Ridge Houston Memorial Katy Morton Ranch Houston Reagan^
Cypress Springs Houston Strake Jesuit Katy Seven Lakes Houston Westbury
Cypress Woods Katy Taylor Houston Westside
Jersey Village
Houston Langham Creek
District 21 District 22 District 23 District 24
Baytown Sterling Alvin Fort Bend Austin Brazoswood
Beaumont West Brook Manvel^ Fort Bend Bush Clear Brook
Channelview Pasadena Fort Bend Clements Clear Creek
Deer Park Pasadena Dobie Fort Bend Dulles Clear Falls*
Galena Park North Shore Pasadena Memorial Fort Bend Elkins# Clear Lake
La Porte Pasadena Rayburn Fort Bend Hightower Clear Springs
Port Arthur Memorial South Houston Fort Bend Kempner Dickinson
Fort Bend Travis Pearland

Padilla Poll 2012 5A Region IV Re-Alignment

District 25 District 26 District 27 District 28
New Braunfels Canyon^ Cibolo Steele San Antonio Brandeis Del Rio
Smithson Valley^ San Antonio Churchill San Antonio Clark Eagle Pass
Converse Judson San Antonio Johnson San Antonio Holmes Eagle Pass Winn#
San Antonio Wagner San Antonio Lee San Antonio Jay Laredo Alexander
New Braunfels San Antonio MacArthur San Antonio Marshall Laredo Johnson
San Antonio East Central San Antonio Madison San Antonio O'Connor Laredo United
South San Antonio San Antonio Reagan San Antonio Stevens Laredo United South
San Antonio Southwest San Antonio Roosevelt San Antonio Taft
San Antonio Warren
District 29 District 30 District 31 District 32
La Joya Donna Corpus Christi Carroll Brownsville Hanna
La Joya Juarez-Lincoln^ Edinburg Corpus Christi King Brownsville Lopez
Palmview Edinburg Economedes Harlingen Brownsville Pace
McAllen Edinburg North Harlingen South Brownsville Porter
McAllen Memorial Edinburg Vela* San Benito Brownsville Rivera
McAllen Rowe Pharr-San Juan-Alamo Weslaco Brownsville Veterans*
Sharyland PSJA Memorial Weslaco East^ Los Fresnos
PSJA North

 

* New Football School ^ Elevated from 4A # Opted Up to 5A
Round Rock Cedar Ridge Keller Timber Creek South Garland
Clear Falls Denton Ryan Austin Anderson
Edinburg Vela Carrollton Turner Houston Madison
Brownsville Veterans McKinney Fort Bend Elkins
Richardson Pearce Eagle Pass Winn
Heath
Rockwall
Killeen
Waco Midway
Pflugerville Hendrickson
Austin Lake Travis
Houston Reagan
Manvel
New Braunfels Canyon
Smithson Valley
La Joya Juarez
Weslaco East

Mike Says:
Three of the four Class 4A championship game participants (Austin Lake Travis, Waco Midway and Manvel) all look to be moving up to Class 4A.  Looking at Region I, the little Southwest Conference stays alive in District 2 with Abilene Cooper on the edge of the cutoff.  District 7 looks to have some changes.  Denton Guyer moves down to 4A while Denton Ryan moves up.  Also, the Flower Mound schools move over from District 8.  In Region II, District 11 will welcome in the two Rockwall schools to go with the Mesquite schools, Tyler Lee and Longview.  District 15 gets tougher with the Conroe schools, Lufkin and The Woodlands bringing in the Spring schools.  In Region III, District 19 would be interesting with Bryan and A&M Consolidated teaming up with the Katy schools.  District 23 will drop only a few of the Fort Bend schools.  They will leave 8 ,which is the UIL cutoff, where they cannot bring in more schools if one ISD has 8 or more.   In Region IV, I like district 25 with the addition of Smithson Valley.  The last 4 districts are almost all Valley schools.

Chris Says:
Austin Lake Travis, Smithson Valley, New Braunfels Canyon, Manvel, Denton Ryan - we are talking a lot of solid teams making the move up to 5A.  If LT does get placed in 5A, they are putting their five straight title run on the line.  What looked like a sure bet if they stayed in 4A is at definite risk when they play with the larger schools.  I do think these districts look to make a lot of sense from a regional standpoint.   I also like the Katy teams with the Bryan/College Station schools.  The combination of teams in District 15 looks to provide a lot of fireworks North of Houston as well.

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. adrian rivera

    November 18, 2013 at 9:24 am

    I was wondering who can I contact about nominating my high school team to play in the 2014 week zero bowl game in dallas next year my team is the HARLINGEN CARDINALS

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