Grapevine will drop from UIL’s biggest classification

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Grapevine would move down from the state’s biggest classification, according to enrollment cutoff numbers announced Monday by the University Interscholastic League.

The numbers for the 2014-16 reclassification and realignment are roughly the same as they were in 2012-13, according to the breakdown.

Schools with enrollments of 2,100 and above will compete in the new Class 6A. The cutoff for the biggest classification in the last realignment, Class 5A, was 2,090 and above.

Grapevine’s enrollment was 2,085. The Mustangs won Class 4A football championships in 1996 and 1998.

The UIL also announced that there will be two divisions for football in Classes 4A-1A.

The 2014-16 alignments will be released on Feb. 3 for football and basketball. District alignments for other activities will be released in the order of their seasons.

UIL cutoff numbers

2014-16 cutoffs 2012-13 cutoffs
6A 2,100 and above(5A) 2,090 and above
5A 1,060-2,099(4A) 1,005-2,089
4A 465-1,059(3A) 450-1,004
3A 220-464(2A) 200-449
2A 105-219(1A) 199 and below
1A 104.9 and below(Six-man) 99.9 and below

Area school assignments based on the UIL conference cutoffs


Sam Houston 3,367

Martin 3,314

Trinity 3,246

Bowie 3,038

Lamar 2,927

Arlington 2,882

L.D. Bell 2,859

Carroll 2,601

North Crowley 2,406

Mansfield 2,323

Colleyville Heritage 2,254.5

Fossil Ridge 2,241

Weatherford 2,227


Grapevine 2,085.5

Birdville 2,006

Crowley 1,982

Mansfield Summit 1,967

Mansfield Legacy 1,953

Mansfield Lake Ridge 1,938

Arlington Seguin 1,694

Cleburne 1,679

Azle 1,688

Mansfield Timberview 1,642

Aledo 1,548

Everman 1,323


Stephenville 996

Kennedale 978

Springtown 889.5

Castleberry 865

Lake Worth 741

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