Friday, December 21, 2012

Prep football: FHSAA releases tentative districts

photo by John Lembo
The Florida High School Athletic Association has unveiled the tentative districts for the 2012-13 and 2013-14 seasons.
The schools have until Jan. 18 to appeal their new classification and district.

Listed below are the new districts involving area teams.
The full list can be found here.

CLASS 8A-DISTRICT 7
Manatee, Palm Harbor University, St. Petersburg, Sarasota Riverview.
CLASS 7A-DISTRICT 10
Braden River, Lakewood Ranch, North Port, Sarasota.
CLASS 6A-DISTRICT 7
Palmetto, Largo, St. Petersburg Dixie Hollins, Seminole Osceola, Venice.
CLASS 5A-DISTRICT 12
Bayshore, Southeast, Arcadia DeSoto, Wauchula Hardee.
CLASS 3A-DISTRICT 6
Cardinal Mooney, Saint Stephen's, Out-of-Door Academy, Community School of Naples, Fort Myers Bishop Verot, Moore Haven.
CLASS 2A-DISTRICT 5
Bradenton Christian, Tampa Cambridge, Tampa Carrollwood, St. Petersburg Canterbury, Largo Indian Rocks Christian, St. Petersburg Keswick Christian.

11 comments:

  1. WOW.Who are they running from, St thomas that is a joke they showing that they cant beat em so run and hide.waaaaaaaaaaaaaa we call that chickens.If you cant beat them run away

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    1. LOL. You're a complete moron if you think you can choose your class.

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  2. Are you a moron? The Class is associated with the size of the school. This is not something you can choose.

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  3. so your telling me they know the size of the class coming in for next year Idont think so moron.they running with there heads between there legs

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    1. yes they do moron. They know the class sizes of the middle schools feeding the high schools plus the amount of school choice.
      Dork

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  4. all you people are morons were do you all come from wake the hell up of course they can choose just like school choice ...All you people on here dont no the football world WAKE UP ALL YOU MORONS

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  5. All you idiots won't be saying a damn thing when Manatee dominates 8A football.

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    1. You another idiot they will win 8A st thomas and all the other power houses are there in 7A thats why they moved up...You must go to manatee daaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa

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  6. The Classes are determined by the FHSAA Population reports done every October...the schools have little to no choice what class they play in unless they are located in a very remote area or would incur undue amounts of travel.

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  7. UMM he's right, who heads the FHSAA, news flash the AD of all of Fl high school sports is from Manatee County and is a proud support of Manatee High. If you dig a little deeper you also find that 4 cabinet memebers are also form Manatee County

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  8. and yes you can request to move up a class also

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