2019-2022 Football Classification

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    Quote Originally Posted by gchs_uk9 View Post
    Is it assured that Highlands will play up? Bourbon, Harrison, Holmes, and Scott are the "local" competition in 4A.
    Weren't all of those teams were 4A the last time around when Highlands opted to play up? I don't see how that discussion has really changed.

    I was assuming Highlands was still 5A just based on the fact that the KHSAA apparently didn't note that they were moving down.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Colonels_Wear_Blue View Post
    Weren't all of those teams were 4A the last time around when Highlands opted to play up? I don't see how that discussion has really changed.

    I was assuming Highlands was still 5A just based on the fact that the KHSAA apparently didn't note that they were moving down.
    They are listed as 4a and moving down on the spreadsheet.

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    Bracken moving to 2a. Trouble written all over it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zoneblitz2 View Post
    Where can I find a list of the district re-alignments for this?
    I assume those won't happen until after the requests to play up are decided and the final alignment is made.

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    I'm guessing in Northern Kentucky 1A they will leave Bishop Brossart in District 5 with Berea, Paris, and Nicholas County, and then go to a five team district for District 4 with Ludlow, Bellevue, Dayton, Newport, and Newport Central Catholic. Even with Beechwood gone, that would leave District 4 with the same winner, year in and year out.

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    In looking at the preliminary file, Holy Cross (Covington) average is higher than it appears it should.

    Per the sheet:

    Male enrollment:

    14/15: 203
    15/16: 199
    16/17: 189
    17/18: 349 This is the same entry as boys/girls combined.

    Removing the possible error, Holy Cross 4 year average would put them possibly in 1A at the top. With 4 year average trending down 3 years prior, their estimated (by me) is 185 to 195, pending they are following the downward trend. Highest preliminary 4 year average for 1A is 191 in the produced file.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BubbyKY View Post
    In looking at the preliminary file, Holy Cross (Covington) average is higher than it appears it should.

    Per the sheet:

    Male enrollment:

    14/15: 203
    15/16: 199
    16/17: 189
    17/18: 349 This is the same entry as boys/girls combined.

    Removing the possible error, Holy Cross 4 year average would put them possibly in 1A at the top. With 4 year average trending down 3 years prior, their estimated (by me) is 185 to 195, pending they are following the downward trend. Highest preliminary 4 year average for 1A is 191 in the produced file.
    I thought that seemed high. That makes nine schools with incorrect data. Poor preparation.

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    Bracken County in 2A would be ... oh my.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rjs4470 View Post
    They are listed as 4a and moving down on the spreadsheet.
    Can anyone else confirm this? HHS is going to be 4A?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BCHS-BLUEBIRD View Post
    Can anyone else confirm this? HHS is going to be 4A?
    I can't confirm it, but it makes complete sense to me. They have struggled for a few years now and 5A is going to be absolutely loaded in the near future. Enrollment wise they are a 4A school so it makes perfect sense to spend this next alignment in 4A, regroup, and possibly move back up to 5A during the next alignment.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BCHS-BLUEBIRD View Post
    Can anyone else confirm this? HHS is going to be 4A?
    It’s not really confirmable until we see if they’ve petitioned to continue playing up a class. Playing in 4a where their enrollment puts them wouldn’t surprise me, but them playing up again wouldn’t surprise me either.

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    It always takes me atleast 1 full season after the move till I remember everyone's new classification.

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    Quote Originally Posted by All State Baseball View Post
    So if this stands, 3A District 7 will consist of 5 teams? Estill, Powell, Magoffin, Morgan, Knott
    Knott would be moving to 2A according to this. If that happens I wouldn't be surprised to see Bath (They petitioned to move up last time) or Fleming in this district. I think they were both in this district before.

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    Does Boyle County move up to 4A with their rival Lexington Catholic? With both Mercer County and Taylor County dropping to 3A I would say it's a little less likely. We shall see.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rjs4470 View Post
    It’s not really confirmable until we see if they’ve petitioned to continue playing up a class. Playing in 4a where their enrollment puts them wouldn’t surprise me, but them playing up again wouldn’t surprise me either.
    Correct...this is all reflecting the classifications where schools BELONG, which is why Highlands is 4A, why Conner and Cooper are 5A, and why Dixie Heights is 6A (Dixie was the smallest 6A school when the last alignment happened, and were given the opportunity to move down to 5A after Conner & Cooper petitioned to move up).

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