DannyShapiroBE

Cutoff Numbers

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5A Division I 1840 – 2189 126 schools
5A Division II 1150 – 1839 127 schools

4A Division I 790 – 1149 93 schools
4A Division II 505 – 789 90 schools

3A Division I 335 – 504 106 schools
3A Division II 225 – 334 105 schools

2A Division I 161.5 – 224 94 schools
2A Division II 105 – 161.4 93 schools

1A Division I 55.5 – 104.9 73 schools
1A Division II 55 and below 69 schools

 

Silsbee moving down to 4A-DII

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15 minutes ago, Cat22 said:

Orangefield dropping to 3A D1

Man that's huge for us, not only for football but for all other sports. 

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Based on the number of schools in each division and given 16 districts in each division. It looks like a lot of 5-6 team districts. Those that don't like 5 team districts and were hoping for 7-8 team districts won't get their wish except maybe in 5A

Avg number of teams in a district:

5A D1: 126 schools/16= 7.875= average, 7-8 team districts.  5AD2: 127 schools/16= 7.9375= average 7-8 team districts

4AD1: 93 schools/16= 5.8125= average 5-6 team districts.    4AD2: 90 schools/16= 5.625= average 5-6 team districts

3AD1: 106 schools/16= 6.625= average 6-7 team districts.    3AD2; 105 schools/16= 6.5625= average 6-7 team districts

2AD1; 94 schools/16= 5.875= average 5-6 team districts.      2AD2: 93 schools/16= 5.8125= average 5-6 team districts 

Have no idea how many districts there are in 1A....I just know it's different than the other classes.

Obviously geography may dictate some districts that are larger or smaller than the average (it always does).

Don't know that this post has any relevance, but I'm bored this morning and thought this might help when y'all start speculating about who's in what district.....LOL

 

 

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7 minutes ago, oldbuc77 said:

Based on the number of schools in each division and given 16 districts in each division. It looks like a lot of 5-6 team districts. Those that don't like 5 team districts and were hoping for 7-8 team districts will have to 

Avg number of teams in a district:

5A D1: 126 schools/16= 7.875= average, 7-8 team districts.  5AD2: 127 schools/16= 7.9375= average 7-8 team districts

4AD1: 93 schools/16= 5.8125= average 5-6 team districts.    4AD2: 90 schools/16= 5.625= average 5-6 team districts

3AD1: 106 schools/16= 6.625= average 6-7 team districts.    3AD2; 105 schools/16= 6.5625= average 6-7 team districts

2AD1; 94 schools/16= 5.875= average 5-6 team districts.      2AD2: 93 schools/16= 5.8125= average 5-6 team districts 

Have no idea how many districts there are in 1A....I just know it's different than the other classes.

Obviously geography may dictate some districts that are larger or smaller than the average (it always does).

Don't know that this post has any relevance, but I'm bored this morning and thought this might help when y'all start speculating about who's in what district.....LOL

 

 

But that's assuming that UIL sticks to 16 districts.  I would hope that in 4A and below that there are fewer than 16 districts so we don't end up with 5-6 team districts.

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5 minutes ago, oldbuc77 said:

 It looks like a lot of 5-6 team districts.

If 80% of a district gets in (4 of 5), it makes "making" the playoffs irrelevant. Who cares anymore. 

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14 minutes ago, GCM-RG74-WR8 said:

GCM will be 5A D1.  Now to wonder for 2 months who we will be playing..

My prediction for this 5A D1 district 

PAM

GCM

CROSBY

REL

CANEY CREEK

PORTER

NEW CANEY

FRIENDWOOD

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5 minutes ago, AthleticSupporter - Jock said:

But that's assuming that UIL sticks to 16 districts.  I would hope that in 4A and below that there are fewer than 16 districts so we don't end up with 5-6 team districts.

Has to be 16 Districts, 4 in each Region.

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22 minutes ago, DannyShapiroBE said:

By 5 students.

OF was the smallest 4A school in the state.  4A by 6 students last time.  They will likely move back up when the younger classes (which are bigger) make it to HS but great for the school right now. 

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