Football alignment maintains status quo
The KHSAA released its proposed 2009-10 football alignment on Tuesday, and it has almost no changes from the alignment currently in use.
The makeup of the four districts that include this area’s six football schools (Danville in Class 2A, Casey County and Garrard County in 3A, Boyle County in 4A and Lincoln County and Mercer County in 5A) didn’t change at all in the draft that will now be sent to the member schools for feedback before a final alignment is approved by the Board of Control later this year.
In fact, there are only 12 changes statewide, and five of them relate to consolidated or new schools. Only two schools will change classes: Bryan Station moves from 5A to 6A and Bullitt Central moves from 6A to 5A.
The Board of Control approved the football committee’s recommendation to maintain the alignment approved for 2007-08, making adjustments only “on a case-by-case basis.”