TXHSFB Gameday Mock Realignment: Class 3A Division II

Reg IReg IIReg IIIReg IV

Region I Notes:
The addition of Oddesa Compass will give extreme West Texas a five team district. The San Angelo district will likely house seven teams in a district with some very familiar foes. And the South Plains district will have six teams most likely with no true surprises in store. The thing about Region I that sticks out is the four team district that features that features the Panhandle schools of Highland Park, Childress, Spearman and Candian.

Region II Notes:
In all likelihood, Region II will go right along the banks of the Red River and right into East Texas. The smallest district is the Wichita Falls area district with six teams. Your traditional Red River Valley district of eight teams makes its appearance withe the state champion Gunter Tigers making their home here. One district over is state finalist Paul Pewitt headlining the Northeast Texas district. Then there is the eight team East Texas district that has Daingerfield and Elysian Fields making the rounds.

Region III Notes:
East Texas will likely expand into Region III with an eight team district that includes Lone Oak, West Rusk and Arp. District 10 makes a movement westward towards Corsicana with a six team district headlined by Mildred. A West Texas district with Brady, Bangs, Eastland and Comanche creates District 11 while District 12 goes through most of Central Texas with seven teams. The Central Texas district includes Rogers, Franklin, Buffalo, Lexington and Anderson-Shiro.

Region IV Notes:
A couple of obervations about Region IV that stands out.. The Golden Triangle is in Region IV under our realignment projection. Could it happen? Absolutely. The number of teams to the north actually makes this a real possibility. This also means Newton joins the likes of East Bernard, Rice Consolidated, Karnes City and Poth in Region IV. This possibility certainly makes for some very juicy late round possibilities. The addition of Houston Legacy for Sports Science into the Southeast Texas district could be one of the things to watch. An eight team district wraps up Region IV with a familiar Coastal Bend-RGV flavor.