The South Carolina High School League proposed re-alignment for 2018-20
The South Carolina High School League (SCHSL) has released their proposed re-alignment for 2018-20. Many Greenville County Schools teams will see a shift to their schedules starting with the 2018-19 school year. Berea High makes the biggest jump moving from one of the largest schools in Class AAA to the smallest school in Class AAAA. Berea will join the GCS heavy Region 2-AAAA, which features Berea, Blue Ridge, Eastside, Greenville, Greer, Travelers Rest and Union County. Forty-one teams will compete in seven regions in Class AAAA.
JL Mann and Woodmont remain in Region 1-AAAAA. Wade Hampton will move into Region 1 after being in Region 2-AAAAA. Rounding out Region 1 will be Easley, Greenwood, Laurens, TL Hanna and Westside. Hillcrest, Mauldin and Riverside remain in Region 2-AAAAA, joined by Boiling Springs, Byrnes, Dorman, Gaffney and Spartanburg. Class AAAAA will feature forty-eight teams divided into seven regions.
Carolina and Southside remain in Region 2-AAA where they will compete against Broome, Chapman, Chesnee and Landrum. Forty-four teams in eight regions make up Class AAA. Class AA is comprised of forty-seven teams and Class A is the smallest with 37 teams.
Posted: 8/3/2017 | Author: Admin