Story by AHSAA Staff
MONTGOMERY – The Alabama High School Athletic Association Central Board of Control has approved school alignments for the spring sports of baseball, softball, soccer, tennis, golf and outdoor track for the 2022-23 and 2023-24 school years.
The CBC’s unanimous action came at the Spring Sports Classification meeting which followed a work session Monday at the AHSAA Office.
“I want to thank the Central Board and AHSAA staff for their dedicated effort and time put in and the recommendations they made,” AHSAA Executive Director Alvin Briggs said. “As always, it was a difficult job, but everyone worked together to find the best solution as we move forward.”
Alignments for fall and winter sports, based on the number of schools declaring to participate in each sport for the upcoming 2022-23 and 2023-24 school years and the reclassification of schools for the next classification period, were released earlier this year. Some sports may include two or more classes in a division based on number of declared participants.
The alignments for each sport in a class are published in the online AHSAA Sports Book.
Reclassification, according to the AHSAA Constitution and By-Laws, is conducted every two years by the AHSAA Central Board of Control.
The reclassification alignment data for each sport and the private school competitive balance chart can be found at the following link located at www.ahsaa.com. Reclassification by enrollment data is located on the home page of www.ahsaa.com.
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