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UIL athletic realignment announced

UIL athletic realignment announced

The University Interscholastic League announced the 2024-25 and 2025-26 football, basketball, and volleyball district realignment and classification assignments. The remaining athletic district alignments will be released later this spring, with the academic alignments to be released later. 

“Overall, we are pleased with our new realignment,” said Athletic Director Todd York. “The all-sports district for volleyball, basketball, and all other sports, provides strong competition with a chance to advance in the playoffs. The football district for Heritage is also competitive and provides good matchups in the playoffs. Midlothian has to warm up the buses early for long road trips to Tyler and Lufkin, but we look forward to playing consistent powerhouses such as Highland Park, Centennial and Red Oak to name a few.”

Midlothian ISD high schools will continue competing in two different football Divisions. The released assignments for football, basketball and volleyball for Midlothian ISD are listed below.
 

Midlothian Heritage High School Football
5A Division 2 District 6

  • Corsicana 

  • Crandall 

  • Ennis 

  • Greenville 

  • Kaufman 

  • Mesquite Poteet 

  • Midlothian Heritage Terrell
     

Heritage HS UIL alignment 2024-25
Midlothian HS UIL alignment 2024-25

Midlothian High School Football
5A Division 1 District 7

  • Burleson Centennial 

  • Cleburne 

  • Dallas Highland Park 

  • Joshua 

  • Lufkin 

  • Midlothian 

  • Red Oak 

  • Tyler


MHS and HHS Basketball, Volleyball and all sports
5A Division District 15

  • Corsicana 

  • Crandall 

  • Ennis 

  • Kaufman 

  • Midlothian 

  • Midlothian Heritage 

  • Red Oak 

  • Terrell

2024-25 UIL All Sports District 15 Conference 5A

 

More information can be found on the Texas UIL Realignment webpage here