UIL High School Alignment for ’24-’26 Announced


It happens every two years. On the first of February, the University Interscholastic League  (UIL) announces new District Alignments for the State’s High Schools for the next two years. The changes in alignments are done to reflect any changes in school populations over the two-year period.  Its a big undertaking that starts with the submission by state high schools of their student population on a single day in October.  The numbers are massaged for three months before the big day comes on Feb. 1st when the answers are revealed for questions such as — will there be a change in District alignments;  who will our District rivals be; and how far will the teams and fans be traveling for out-of-town games and events.

(Brady High Athletic Director, C.J. Villegas, will appear on KNEL’s Morning Program Friday with his reaction to the new UIL alignment. )


District alignment s announced for area schools. 


Football –  Brady, Clifton, Dublin, Early, Eastland, Tolar.

Basketball & Volleyball – Brady, Blanco, Comfort, Florence, Ingram Moore and Llano.


Football –  Mason, San Saba, Johnson City LBJ, Harper, Holland, Thorndale

Basketball – Mason, San Saba, Johnson City LBJ, Harper, Center Point, Goldthwaite, Junction.


Football –  Lohn, Rochelle, Brookesmith, Richland Springs, Valera Panther Creek

Basketball – Lohn, Rochelle, Eden, Menard, Olfen, Paint Rock, Valera Panther Creek

Volleyball – Rochelle, Richland Springs, Mullin, Zephyr


Football – Eden, Menard, Nueces Canyon, Leakey, Medina