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UIL releases remaining alignments for next season, following

by | May 27, 2020 | Sports

The University Interscholas­tic League recently released the remaining districts for the next two school years.

Those districts are good for cross country, tennis, baseball, softball, soccer, track and field, diving and swimming, and wrestling, which are considered spring sports.

The alignments for football, volleyball and basketball, or fall activities were released the first week of February.

Wylie

The Pirates were placed in 9-6A Region II for all spring sports aside from wrestling, and swimming and diving, which the school doesn’t offer.

Part of the alignment are Garland, Lakeview Centen­nial, Naaman Forest, Rowlett, Sachse, North Garland and South Garland. Football, vol­leyball and basketball will bat­tle the teams opponents.

In wrestling they’ll face Al­len, Coppell, Little Elm, McK­inney, McKinney Boyd, Plano, Plano East, Plano West and Prosper in 6-6A Region II.

Wylie East

The Raiders will be part of 10-5A Region II for spring sports, aside from wrestling, and swimming and diving, which aren’t offered by the dis­trict.

In that grouping are Denison, The Colony, Lovejoy, McKin­ney North, first-year varsity program Prosper Rock Hill, Princeton and Sherman. Bas­ketball and volleyball will play the same foes.

Wrestling will lock up against Carrollton ISD’s Creekview, Smith and Turner, Highland Park for boys only, Lovejoy, McKinney North, Princeton, 4A’s Anna and Melissa, and Gunter and Whitesboro out of 3A.

Football will take on for­mer state champions Highland Park and Longview, McKinney North, Sherman, Tyler and West Mesquite in 7-5A Div. I Region II.

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