Sportsmaniac's Redistricting 9th and 10th Region

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    I struggle to understand how Dayton would be separated from Bellevue and Newport seeing that all three schools are about a mile and a half away from each other...
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    Quote Originally Posted by sportsmaniac View Post
    I thought that this would be the hottest realignment discussion of all! Where are all the northern kentucky people?
    Is there talk that this may be happening soon or a reason why we should discuss this? If not I see no reason to talk about this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NKYBOY1487 View Post
    Is there talk that this may be happening soon or a reason why we should discuss this? If not I see no reason to talk about this.
    Because it's going to happen within the next two years, and it gives us something to talk about.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sportsmaniac View Post
    I thought that this would be the hottest realignment discussion of all! Where are all the northern kentucky people?

    I'm here, but your proposal makes little, if any, sense. Pure speculation based on ????. Therefore, no point in talking about it.

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    I agree that it is speculation, but why does my proposal not make any sense? What doesn't make any sense is having 3 schools from the same county in 3 different regions!

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    I could see this happening, it actually makes a lot of sense geographically. I love how Holy Cross is finally getting out of a district with CCH and Holmes.

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    Guess you have to draw the lines somewhere. I would hate to see northern Campbell schools go to the 10th. Might make more sense to send the Boone Cty schools to the 8th.

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    Quote Originally Posted by malachicrunch View Post
    Guess you have to draw the lines somewhere. I would hate to see northern Campbell schools go to the 10th. Might make more sense to send the Boone Cty schools to the 8th.
    So what's wrong with the Campbell County School going to the 10th? Personally, I would have thought that HHS and NCC would be thrilled to get out of the Ninth....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Theoldguy View Post
    So what's wrong with the Campbell County School going to the 10th? Personally, I would have thought that HHS and NCC would be thrilled to get out of the Ninth....
    Oh just the traditionalist in me. Highlands has been pretty successful in the 9th in the last 30 years.

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    Quote Originally Posted by malachicrunch View Post
    Oh just the traditionalist in me. Highlands has been pretty successful in the 9th in the last 30 years.
    While I can understand that (I still have problems with CovCath, Holmes etc. being in the 35th and not the 34th as it was in my day) but my problem with moving the Boone Schools who are all 6A schools, is that there are far too many small schools in the 8th. If you take away North Oldham, and Shelby County (I am not sure about Anderson enrollment) you are talking about some very small schools that would have to play some rather large schools, whereas moving HHS, NCC etc, really woudln't upset the size of schools already in the 10th. Am I making sense, understand?

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    The biggest issue when discussing moving regions is the number of schools that would have to shift. IF you moved the Boone Co schools to the 8th (there are 7 schools), you would have to move atleast 4 counties of schools out of the 8th because Oldham Co is the only county with multiple schools. Whereas you move all the schools in Campbell Co to the 10th, you only have to move 3 counties out Clark, Bourbon, and Montgomery. The other issue is the 8th region would have to move into an area the 6th and 7th region where there are already to many schools!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Theoldguy View Post
    While I can understand that (I still have problems with CovCath, Holmes etc. being in the 35th and not the 34th as it was in my day) but my problem with moving the Boone Schools who are all 6A schools, is that there are far too many small schools in the 8th. If you take away North Oldham, and Shelby County (I am not sure about Anderson enrollment) you are talking about some very small schools that would have to play some rather large schools, whereas moving HHS, NCC etc, really woudln't upset the size of schools already in the 10th. Am I making sense, understand?
    As seen in who made the Sweet 16 this year, size of school has much less of a bearing to success as it may in football. As far as history, the Boone schools have far less history in the 9th as the North Campbell schools.

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    If you move Walton to the 33rd district, this leaves only three teams in the 32nd district (Grant, Williamstown and SK). Would you move a team into the 32nd to make it a four team district again? If so, who?

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    Quote Originally Posted by deceivingly slow View Post
    If you move Walton to the 33rd district, this leaves only three teams in the 32nd district (Grant, Williamstown and SK). Would you move a team into the 32nd to make it a four team district again? If so, who?
    Sportsmaniac has a thread about the 7th and 8th regions.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sportsmaniac View Post
    When i typed it i had spaces. Here is the new alignment for the 10th. Paris was moved to the 11th with Bourbon Co and Clark Co.

    Region 10
    District 37
    Bishop Brossart
    Campbell Co
    Dayton
    Silver Grove


    District 38
    Highlands
    Newport
    Newport Central Catholic
    Bellevue

    District 39
    Augusta
    Bracken Co
    Mason Co
    Maysville St. Patrick

    District 40
    Deming
    Harrison Co
    Nicholas Co
    Pendleton Co
    Posted back in March of 09. What do you think now? Merry Christmas

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