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Class Changes in the UIL Wrestling Alignment

After a lot of switching of wrestlers, below is just some of the stats after updating the the UIL Wrestling Alignment.  The Alignment and new schools happened earlier this year.


17 new schools to 5A including 6A moves

37 schools left/quit 5A

8 schools changed districts in 5A


New Schools/New Wrestling Programs to 5A
Young Women’s Stream, Ft Worth South Hills, Pittsburg, Katy Jordan, Whitehouse, Prosper Rock Hill, Gunter, Salado, Austin LASA, Vanguard Beethoven.

6A to 5A
Amarillo Tascosa, N Richland Hills Richland, Dallas Molina, Dallas White, Austin Anderson, Leander, Comal Canyon, Vista Ridge

No Longer have wrestling programs.
Miles, Petrolia, Burleson, Godley, Kennedale, Waco La Vega, Waco University, Dallas Gateway Charter Academy, Marshall, Brenham, Manor, Manor Tech, Baytown Goose Creek Memorial, Baytown Lee, Houston Furr, Houston Worthing, La Marque, Lumberton, Santa Fe, Austin Reagan, Liberty Hill, Poteet, San Antonio Basis Shavano, San Antonio Burbank, Corpus Christi Flour Bluff, Wimberly, El Campo,  Vanquard Academy Mozart Alamo, Duncanville

10 new schools to 6A

5A to 6A
El Paso Eastwood, El Paso Eastlake, Ft Worth Boswell, Ft Worth Chisholm Trail, Cedar Park Vista Ridge, Hutto, Round Rock Westwood, Conroe Grand Oaks, Willis, San Antonio Wagner,

21 schools have left 6A

New School 6A
Little Elm


Women Noteables,
Alexis Montes of El Paso Eastwood state runner up goes to #1 @ 119-6A from #2 @ 119-5A

Mens Noteables.
Really to many to mention however the 5A state champion El Paso Eastwood High School had 6 wrestlers make the top 20.  Can they hang with 6A? time will tell.
Most all the wrestlers moved where from 5A to 6A, only a couple of wrestlers went 6A to 5A and where from Amarillo Tascosa.

What do you think?

Written by TexasWrestling