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    Its early in the offseason, but what's in the news?
    Aurora Christian forced to 2a due to success factor?
    Marian Catholic eligible to go down to 2a? Marist and DeKalb will be on the fringe of 2a/3a with the new configurations. Will Mt. Carmel be eligible for 2a? Marmion lost a ton will they be a top 15 team? The whole Marmion regional lost a lot to graduation.

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    Not much.Yes. Yes. 1 is 1 isn't. Yes. Not preseason.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by allpowerfuloz View Post
      Its early in the offseason, but what's in the news?
      Aurora Christian forced to 2a due to success factor?
      Marian Catholic eligible to go down to 2a? Marist and DeKalb will be on the fringe of 2a/3a with the new configurations. Will Mt. Carmel be eligible for 2a? Marmion lost a ton will they be a top 15 team? The whole Marmion regional lost a lot to graduation.
      Washington VS Dekalb in 2A would be interesting. Not sure who will have what...
      There are two guys in that zebra costume! Very funny...

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      • #4
        The 2A cutoff is 1600, DeKalb has over 1800. We’re in 3A.
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        • #5
          Correct me if I'm wrong but I believe with the class adjustments 8 schools will go from 3a to 2a and 8 schools will go from 2a to 1a. Below are the 8 schools that would go from 3a to 2a based on last years enrollment (remember classes are based off the previous school years enrollment)

          Riverside (R.-Brookfield) 1615
          Deerfield (H.S.) 1622
          Oak Lawn (Richards) 1624
          Chicago (Marist) 1628 2686.20 (Multiplier)
          Hampshire 1636
          Crete (C.-Monee) 1638
          East Moline (United) 1665
          Normal (Community West) 1673

          Now a few things to remember; 1) these are last years enrollments, those numbers will change. 2) there will be success factors, multipliers and petitions up. 3) The rumor is that the Rockford schools are co-oping to make 2 teams instead of 4, that will change the numbers a little bit if that is true.

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          • #6
            You asked to be corrected. 14 teams will go down to 2A. Therefore 28 teams will go down to 1A. Enrollments are now based on a 2 year period. Multipliers are now based on a 2 year period. Add a schools enrollment from the last 2 years then divide by 2.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by CONDOR View Post
              You asked to be corrected. 14 teams will go down to 2A. Therefore 28 teams will go down to 1A. Enrollments are now based on a 2 year period. Multipliers are now based on a 2 year period. Add a schools enrollment from the last 2 years then divide by 2.

              The enrollments for next year are already established as are the classifications and cutoffs, minus the movement of non-boundary schools that are subject to success factors.


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              • #8
                Which are suppose to come out for winter sports in April.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by CONDOR View Post
                  Which are suppose to come out for winter sports in April.
                  Craig Anderson stated at last weekends IWCOA banquet, he needs to hear from a couple CPS schools and then they will be releasing the classifications for winter sports. The enrollments used will be based off prior year in order to get classifications out in time.

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                  • #10
                    From what I heard Deerfield will be moving down to 2A.
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                    • #11
                      How do you think they will fare in 2A? 3A seems to be far and away the premier division currently. 2 and 1A have their studs but the talent level of 3A kids not placing at state is incredible.

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                      • #12
                        the first question would be about what teams are moving down (14 of them apparently).

                        Then where are these schools that moved down and what adjustments are going to need to be made to the appropriate sectionals.

                        if the rockford schools are in fact co-opting thats 2 teams out of barrington, Deerfield, Hampshire, would be another two.

                        Wheeling and Cary grove who were both there are right on the cusp too depending on if other schools co-op/cut their programs, etc (as Anderson said hes waiting on CPS schools)

                        if you have 6 schools from there, I could see where dekalb would move back to that sectional (their enrollment would have them staying in 3A) and who else to balance that out.

                        I have not even looked at how it would affect other sectionals too but I would imagine next year our sectionals could have a very different look. A time where they could use this as a little rebalancing but likely wont....

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by GETOFFYOURHIP View Post
                          Correct me if I'm wrong but I believe with the class adjustments 8 schools will go from 3a to 2a and 8 schools will go from 2a to 1a. Below are the 8 schools that would go from 3a to 2a based on last years enrollment (remember classes are based off the previous school years enrollment)

                          Riverside (R.-Brookfield) 1615
                          Deerfield (H.S.) 1622
                          Oak Lawn (Richards) 1624
                          Chicago (Marist) 1628 2686.20 (Multiplier)
                          Hampshire 1636
                          Crete (C.-Monee) 1638
                          East Moline (United) 1665
                          Normal (Community West) 1673

                          Now a few things to remember; 1) these are last years enrollments, those numbers will change. 2) there will be success factors, multipliers and petitions up. 3) The rumor is that the Rockford schools are co-oping to make 2 teams instead of 4, that will change the numbers a little bit if that is true.
                          I believe the cut off is 1726 and that would put Cary and Wheeling is 2A as well I believe.

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                          • #14
                            I happened across a bracket for an Alabama HS Wrestling championship. It was for 7A and there were only 8 people in the bracket. I assume this means they have a ton of divisions & state champions per year, twice as many as Illinois. Just throwing that out there being that people still mention 2 vs 3 divisions here.
                            There are two guys in that zebra costume! Very funny...

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