KHSAA announces 2019-2022 Classification Realignment

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    Quote Originally Posted by BIGZIG View Post
    As a Ludlow Panther fan it is good to see Beechwood finally move up. I'm sure fans of Bellevue and Dayton feel the same way. Yes NCC is coming back to 1A but their enrollment is dropping and they aren't going to be the power team that Beechwood was.
    Agree to Disagree. IMO NCC enrollment will soon start going back up. Plus I believe we will see NCC do what Beechwood has done the last few years, and that is winning State Titles. Both schools are Power School in terms of 1A, with Beechwood being slightly better. NCC in 1A now will do what it did for Beechwood the last 4 years. That is get the program back on top, because Beechwood hadn't been on top in 1A in awhile until teams like Mayfield, Danville, etc. left. I think we will see the same thing happen to NCC.

    The positive is at least both of them are not in 1A like they were back when it was 4 classes lol. As a Ludlow graduate, I was happy to see Beechwood move up. However I wish NCC wasn't able to move down. It would have been fun to see a district of Ludlow, Bellevue, Dayton, and Brossart.
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    I would agree with your last paragraph my friend. Honestly I know NCC will be the team to beat but not on the level of Beechwood. I wouldn't be surprised if in 5 to 10 years NCC and Brossart consolidate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Truthsayer View Post
    At first glance regarding 6A only.
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    The "Big 3" are all in different districts.

    Male and Manual are in different districts so they can resume playing their rivalry game the last game of the year if they choose to.

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    Trinity is in a 3 team district. They have enough trouble getting games as it is, this adds 2 more they now have to come up with.

    From a geographical standpoint Oldham County would have been a better fit in Trinity's district.
    Rob Saxton may agree with you, but as a fan I am sure he will come up with games that are much better than J-town and Seneca.

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    Quote Originally Posted by futurecoach View Post
    Agree to Disagree. IMO NCC enrollment will soon start going back up. Plus I believe we will see NCC do what Beechwood has done the last few years, and that is winning State Titles. Both schools are Power School in terms of 1A, with Beechwood being slightly better. NCC in 1A now will do what it did for Beechwood the last 4 years. That is get the program back on top, because Beechwood hadn't been on top in 1A in awhile until teams like Mayfield, Danville, etc. left. I think we will see the same thing happen to NCC.

    The positive is at least both of them are not in 1A like they were back when it was 4 classes lol. As a Ludlow graduate, I was happy to see Beechwood move up. However I wish NCC wasn't able to move down. It would have been fun to see a district of Ludlow, Bellevue, Dayton, and Brossart.
    Is Beechwood's numbers getting bigger each year?I cant see Beechwood moving any farther up than 2a unless they tear some houses down on Ashton Road.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jason Bucklen View Post
    Is Beechwood's numbers getting bigger each year?I cant see Beechwood moving any farther up than 2a unless they tear some houses down on Ashton Road.
    Huh? Never said Beechwood would be any higher than 2a.

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    Quote Originally Posted by futurecoach View Post
    Huh? Never said Beechwood would be any higher than 2a.
    I never said you did say that. I was just pointing out that since Beechwood is moving up to 2a I don't see them going any farther up than 2a unless they tear some houses down on Ashton Road.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ApolloFan98 View Post
    Rough move for Apollo up to 6A. First thought for my area is that Owensboro went from a tough district to a cakewalk outside Graves. Ohio, Grayson and Muhlenberg are all running clock type games for them. No matter how you slice it, I just hate the watered down 6 class system. I liked it much better at 4 but would even be willing to meet in the middle with 5.
    I agree with your statement, but even with the "cake walk", there is still that district that has to be dealt with. Warren South and Bowling Green will be as tough as ever I am sure. I am sure that Christian County is NOT happy with all this. Maybe they should have kept playing Bowling Green.

    That County game takes on a whole new level of urgency now doesn't it?

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    Honestly I like it I really do. Never got much enjoyment out of the Marshall County or Ohio County games in year past. Playing better team in your district makes you work harder and evidently makes you a better team. Owensboro and Graves will both be solid teams next season. The way I look at it Christian doesn't have to worry about playing either BG or SW in the first round of the playoffs now lol.

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    Interesting 3A district of Ashland, Russell, and Greenup County. Strong rivalries.

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    Quote Originally Posted by futurecoach View Post
    Agree to Disagree. IMO NCC enrollment will soon start going back up. Plus I believe we will see NCC do what Beechwood has done the last few years, and that is winning State Titles. Both schools are Power School in terms of 1A, with Beechwood being slightly better. NCC in 1A now will do what it did for Beechwood the last 4 years. That is get the program back on top, because Beechwood hadn't been on top in 1A in awhile until teams like Mayfield, Danville, etc. left. I think we will see the same thing happen to NCC.

    The positive is at least both of them are not in 1A like they were back when it was 4 classes lol. As a Ludlow graduate, I was happy to see Beechwood move up. However I wish NCC wasn't able to move down. It would have been fun to see a district of Ludlow, Bellevue, Dayton, and Brossart.
    Coach Tapphouse has the program going in the right direction. I think having beechwood gone is going to be a huge mental boost to the kids. Most of these kids don’t even remember NCC in district. So to them they are just another school. Looking forward to those games.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tackle trap View Post
    Honestly I like it I really do. Never got much enjoyment out of the Marshall County or Ohio County games in year past. Playing better team in your district makes you work harder and evidently makes you a better team. Owensboro and Graves will both be solid teams next season. The way I look at it Christian doesn't have to worry about playing either BG or SW in the first round of the playoffs now lol.
    I wonder it they will keep Owensboro or Graves on the schedule or will they drop them like they dropped Bowling Green? What ever they do, I believe they'll have to play one of them. I think it will be a long time before you see as season like last year. It was a bit crazy to say the least. But I will take Owensboro's chances, if nothing else, it will make winning the district very important. No cakewalk once the playoffs start.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 74devil View Post
    I wonder it they will keep Owensboro or Graves on the schedule or will they drop them like they dropped Bowling Green? What ever they do, I believe they'll have to play one of them. I think it will be a long time before you see as season like last year. It was a bit crazy to say the least. But I will take Owensboro's chances, if nothing else, it will make winning the district very important. No cakewalk once the playoffs start.
    Don’t mind the move but I question why you would be swapping Grayson and Christian...Grayson is actually closer to Bowling Green then Christian County is. So why the swap?

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    Meade Co travels over 2 hours to play Muhlenburg Co in a 3rd region game. Plus, going from Eastern time to Central time zones.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigTiger55 View Post
    Don’t mind the move but I question why you would be swapping Grayson and Christian...Grayson is actually closer to Bowling Green then Christian County is. So why the swap?
    I assume because Grayson County fits better with the rest of District 1.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eagle3 View Post
    Meade Co travels over 2 hours to play Muhlenburg Co in a 3rd region game. Plus, going from Eastern time to Central time zones.
    I donít see a problem with that. A lot of teams make two hour trips by choice.

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