The biennial UIL realignment was released Monday morning for all UIL-participating high schools in Texas.

With four West Texas high schools dropping from 6A to 5A (Amarillo, Lubbock, Monterey & Coronado), the UIL had to come up with some creative solutions for 6A and 5A districts. Abilene High was moved from a West Texas district to a Metroplex district to reduce travel for Amarillo Tascosa.

In another move to alleviate travel for both Amarillo Tascosa and San Angelo Central, Central was assigned to a Central Texas district for Basketball-only.  Central will probably play Spring Sports in District 8-6A as well.

DISTRICT 2-6A
Amarillo Tascosa
Midland
Midland Lee
Odessa
Odessa Permian
San Angelo Central + (District 8-6A in Basketball)
Wolfforth Frenship

DISTRICT 3-6A
Abilene
Haltom City
Haltom
Keller
Keller Central
Keller Fossil Ridge
Keller Timber Creek
Weatherford

DISTRICT 8-6A FOR BASKETBALL
Belton
Copperas Cove
Killeen
Killeen Ellison
Killeen Harker Heights
Killeen Shoemaker
San Angelo Central (2-6A in Football)
Waco Midway

DISTRICT 3-5A
Amarillo
Amarillo Caprock
Amarillo Palo Duro
Canyon
Canyon Randall
Dumas
Hereford
Plainview

DISTRICT 4-5A
Abilene Cooper
Lubbock
Lubbock-Cooper
Lubbock Coronado
Lubbock Monterey
San Angelo Lake View

4A-DIVISION I FOOTBALL
DISTRICT 1-4A, DIV. I
Borger
Levelland
Lubbock Estacado
Pampa

DISTRICT 2-4A, DIV. I
Andrews
Clint
Clint Mountain View
Fabens
San Elizario

DISTRICT 3-4A, DIV I.
Abilene Wylie
Big Spring
Brownwood
Snyder
Stephenville

CLASS 4A BASKETBALL
DISTRICT 1-4A, BASKETBALL
Borger
Bushland
Dalhart
Pampa
Perryton

DISTRICT 2-4A, BASKETBALL
Brownfield
Denver City
Lamesa
Levelland
Lubbock Estacado
Seminole