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February 1, 2010 by USA Post 

Uil Athletics www.usspost.comUil Athletics | www.usspost.com:If you’re two of the largest areas in the Houston area is important for the reclassification of the biennium and change when the league between schools university assembly results revealed at 9 am today and is expected, you may be surprised.

Houston ISD and Fort Bend ISD will remain mostly intact.

Although the large-scale operation of the speculation that the directorates of education in secondary schools, which were classified their nominations, and two directors of sports and pointed out that most things as they should be allowed to use to contain the deterioration in at least make it again.

Houston ISD, and 23 high schools that have played one more team Class 5A Class 4A district and two with the stay. Six schools in the district – Furr, Jones, Kashmere, Scarborough, Washington and Worthing – Class 4A enrollment figures to spare (980) used in the past to change until the option is chosen, but HISD to stay with their counterparts in the first division 4A Down. These schools to the possibility that cases will not happen again this time.

Each school athletic director Daryl launched HISD said the decision is up to the main and it supports his decision, but is concerned about the competitive balance.

“I was worried,” said the morning. “We have schools with a number of 3 A – 4A school playing with numbers, and this is a challenge.”
Westburry to 5A?

Noting that the school is expected to Westbury Wade – - Class 5A by this step. A class several times this decade, Westbury-4 and is rotated among 5A.

Two Fort Bend ISD schools – Marshall and Willowridge – the recent change in the two schools fall under the category 5A cut chosen was to keep the area intact. District 23 District 5A – 10 – currently have a team.

Fort Bend ISD school district Athletic Director Keith Kilgore will continue to work together to rise to the surface again, but major changes could be before 2012 in Fort Bend High School 11 – the scheduled opening of the fall – will be eligible to play football in the academic year.

Currently, more than 10 schools in the UIL competition in the area is not allowed.

, Kilgore “When up to 11 schools, many changes in the movement,” he said. “More than likely, there will be no different. Whether we will see the division 5A/4A geographical division, but I think that 11 schools in the district that we are not allowed to keep.”

Taking into account the competitive balance of Kilgore, who has been discussed above, Willowridge and Marshall, but the positive outweigh the negative.

, Kilgore with a robust approach “, and schools have been able to compete in the match and said they were in competition.” The mystery of what has been discussed as if it went to 4A. One possibility is for the Lamar Consolidated ISD schools, along with Bay City and El Campo (23 – 4A) is going. That make travel a lot.

“It is difficult in the neighborhood of seven or eight of our schools and other schools in the district is likely to see. When you consider all the factors and the impact will be on the academic, sporting, and it’s just for us, and to maintain the spirit together for everyone.”
(3) and possible future

Ford said it ultimately to compete in HISD schools that the classification of 3A of this size, but to provide them a better chance of success would not mind seeing.

“I want to compete,” he said. “This is the crux of the matter. I school is a place where they might want to compete.

“Winning is not everything but it is important. Aldine inspector you tell me, ‘I do not want to hear that the victory is not important because it is. Athletics are proud of your community, your school proud. It helps you to do better in school, and school provide some sense. as a coach you should be able to compete and win. “

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