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Texas high school football rankings 2022 5a. Westlake Falls Out of 6A Top Spot, Texas HS Football Rankings for Week 5, Sept. 22-24

 

None of these six teams won a district title a year ago, so a new champion will be crowned come the beginning of November. Notes: Playoff tickets will be at a premium in District A Division I as six of the seven teams made the playoffs a season ago.

Palo Duro and Lubbock, which finished sixth and seventh in this district a year ago, drop down to 5A Division II to make way for the newcomers in a district that will be loaded with talent. Notes: District A Division I will be a gauntlet as not only does it include six playoff teams from a year ago, but two of those are state champions Denton Ryan and Aledo. That leaves just Red Oak and Midlothian as the holdovers from a year ago. Only three out of the nine schools made the playoffs a year ago, meaning at least one multi-year playoff drought will be snapped in this new alignment.

Notes: A Division I is another district that will be completely different from this past season. Playoff spots will be at a premium as six of these nine schools have gone dancing in the past two years.

For this realignment, Lufkin is paired with schools towards the north after playing in A Division I a year ago with teams on the north side of Houston. However, it will be a bit of a trek at times as over miles separate Lufkin and McKinney North. Notes: Porter is the lone holdover in this district from a year ago, signaling a major shift in the regional alignment for the teams in this district. Notes: A Division I is a hodgepodge of teams from the previous realignment as Ball is the lone holdover from a year ago.

However, with only three of these teams making the playoffs a year ago, one multiyear drought is guaranteed to be snapped in this alignment. Fulshear is the lone move up from 5A Division II as the other six teams all played in this district a year ago. There will be some more opportunities at the top for the returnees, however, as Paetow and Fort Bend Hightower both depart to move up to 6A. This ought to be a competitive district as seven of the eight teams have been in the playoffs at some point during the past two years.

Notes: A Division I also has a new look to it as Canyon, Lehman, and Seguin are the lone returners from a year ago. With half of these teams switching conferences from the previous alignment, it will be interesting to see how things shake out in this district. The remaining six teams all shift over one district after competing in District A Division I during the previous alignment. That shift sets up future bi-district matchups against Corpus Christi and Victoria-area schools for the next two years.

Notes: The majority of teams from A Division I slide over a district for this alignment. The only other change of note in this district is the head coach of Corpus Christi Carroll after Juan Rodriguez was reassigned this past offseason. Notes: With several teams from South Texas dropping down from 6A, the teams from A Division I were split into two districts for this alignment.

This combination of multiple districts from a year ago should create a competitive district this alignment with five of its eight teams making the playoffs a year ago. With only two of these seven teams making the playoffs a year ago, the opportunity is there to snap some playoff droughts over the next two seasons.

Another change of note is that Brownsville Lopez will face this new challenge with a new head coach after hiring McAllen Rowe offensive coordinator Shaun Tarantola in late December. Connect with us. Here is a look at each of the districts in full. Click to comment. Connect with. I allow to create an account.

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