The University Interscholastic League released its cutoff numbers for its biennial realignment, which is rapidly approaching in February.
The numbers provide the range of enrollment for each of the six conferences, including the divisional cutoffs for football, according to the UIL.
Pleasanton submitted 983 last month, which keeps the Eagles in Class 4A (480-1099) and in Class 4A Division I (723-1099) in football.
The UIL shuffles each district every two years to maintain level competition throughout the state.
“There’s no telling,” Pleasanton head football coach Tab Dumont said when asked about possible district opponents.
“Gonzales is going to division two that’s about all I know. Just trying to finalize our pre-season schedule.”
Jourdanton turned in a number of 462, which positions the Indians in Class 3A (221-479) and in Class 3A Division I (319-479) in football.
“I just want the kids to work hard and be ready for the season,” Jourdanton head football/athletic director Darrell Andrus said.
Poteet has 518 students, which keeps the Aggies in Class 4A (480-1099) and in Class 4A Division II (480-722) in football.
Charlotte submitted 150 students, where the Trojans remain in Class 2A (105-220) and Class 2A Division II (105-157) in football.
Nueces Canyon optioned to compete in 6-man football, so Charlotte will have two different scenarios.
“We could stay in the same district with Nueces Canyon electing to play six man and Center Point, or Sabinal dropping in,” Charlotte head football coach Jerry Dominguez said.
“We also could get moved back into the same district that we were in down south a couple of years back.”
McMullen County turned in 76 students, which has the Cowboys staying in Class 1A in athletics.
The following conference cutoff numbers are as follow:
•6A: 2150 and above
•1A: 104.9 and below
1A-4A Football DI and DI numbers
•1A Division I 59-104.9
•1A Division II 58 and below
•2A Division I 158-220
•2A Division II 105-157
•3A Division I 319-479
•3A Division II 221-318
•4A Division I 723-1099
•4A Division II 480-722