The deadline for schools to dispute their current classifications will be February 13th but barring any changes this is what the district set up will be for the 2014 and 2015 seasons.
This district was split into two so we look at District 2-6A where we will find Amarillo High, Amarillo Tascosa, Lubbock Coronado, Lubbock Monterey and Frenship.
What this means is now eight teams from the two districts will now be playoff eligible instead of just four.
A familiar Central foe did fall out of 6A however another San Angelo team has picked them up as an opponent. The Lake View Chiefs will be in District 4-5A this upcoming season and for the next two years they will battle Abilene Cooper.
Also in the District with the Chiefs are Lubbock High, Lubbock Cooper, and Plainview.
We go around the Concho Valley for more district pairings.
Both Wall and Brady will be matched up in District 3-3A division 1 while Ballinger will compete in District 3-3A Division 2.
We find a trio of Concho Valley schools in Grape Creek, Sonora, and TLCA in district 4-3A Division two.
Christoval and Ozona will be paired in District 3-2A Division 1.
In district 14-2A, Junction and Mason were paired up.
We move to District 5-2A where you will find Eldorado and Irion county and in District 6-2A Bronte, Menard, and Miles are all grouped together.
We wrap up with the 1A ranks formally known as six-man football. District 6-1A Division 1 features an all Concho Valley group with Water Valley, Robert Lee, Sterling City, and Veribest.
In District 12-1A Eden and Paint Rock will be paired together and lastly Blackwell will be the lone Concho Valley representative in District 7-1A Division 2.In 6-A the Central Bobcats will compete in District 3. They are matched with Midland High, Midland Lee, Odessa High, Odessa Permian and Abilene High.
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