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2018 UIL District Alignments

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Due to biennial district alignments for the University Interscholastic League (UIL), sports, academic, and club groups will compete with new schools for the 2018-2020 seasons.

“It’s a change that happens every two years for UIL,” Athletic Department Secretary Jeni Young said. “It realigns districts state wide and is based on school enrollment.”

The district realignments will place all competing groups in UIL with new competitors based on enrollment numbers for the purpose of making the competition as fair as possible.

“Woodlands High School will be added next year, and they’ll be tough to beat because they have one of the best cross-country teams in the nation,” cross country runner Eric Wells said. “It’s going to be a tough year next year if we don’t work hard enough.”

Competitors include Oak Ridge, Woodlands, and Woodlands College Park, in addition to returning opponents in the upcoming years.

“We’re going up against a lot of new schools, but we’ll be prepared,” Football player Marc Wynne said. “It doesn’t matter who we’re up against, because we’re all in.”

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