TXHSFB Gameday Mock Realignment: Class 4A Division I

Reg IReg IIReg IIIReg IV

Region I Notes:
This region geographically is pretty cut and dry. You have five teams in the El Paso area with EP Riverside moving down into the 4A ranks. Four teams in West Texas region along with four teams in the Panhandle region. Add in the four Wichita Falls area teams along with Gainesville and Argyle to make up one district in Region I.

Region II Notes:
Fort Worth ISD five team and has Castleberry, Lake Worth and Kennedale all in their vicinity. By land mass, the District 6 is the second largest net to the four team district in West Texas. The way the map is set, there is no alternative with Brownwood, Stephenville and Waco LaVega being in the positions they are. Our option would be to place them in with Burnet and Lampasas. Much like Fort Worth ISD, Dallas ISD has multiple teams in 4A Division I. Because travel considerations come into play, the six DISD schools will likely be paired up with Carrollton Ranchview, Midlothian Heritage and Waxahachie Life School. Paris, Anna and Melissa will have to travel and someone will have to go up to Paris to play a game. It is rather unavoidable. With this, we have the three schools in the Red River region paired with Terrell, Kaufman and Mabank.

Region III Notes:
Moving Mabank, Terrell and Kaufman northward sets up a solid six team district in East Texas. Geographically, everything sets up quite nicely. Along with the East Texas district, there are two other six team districts. One for the Golden Triangle and another in the Gulf Coast region which includes Calhoun, El Campo and Needville. Houston ISD has seven schools at the 4A1 level and in all likelihood, they will be joined by Stafford to form an eight team district.

Region IV Notes:
Much like the other regions in 4A Division I, geographic outlays can really reveal what we can expect in the near future. Region IV is divided into four general population centers and all four are easy to identify. The Coastal Bend district will likely be the only one that will consist of six teams. Two districts of four teams are likely with the Central Texas schools and the Rio Grande Valley.