Initial Conference Realignment Plan from the NCHSAA

CLICK HERE to see all of the initial plans for the new conferences in 2017 from the North Carolina High School Athletic Association and here is how the new conferences would stack up for now, for our area teams…

4-A:
Grimsley
High Point Central
Northwest Guilford
Page
Ragsdale

3-A:
Smith
Dudley
Mount Tabor
North Forsyth
WS Parkland
Southwest Guilford
Western Guilford

3-A:
Asheboro
Eastern Guilford
Southeast Guilford
Southern Alamance
Southern Guilford
Southwestern Randolph
Burlington Williams

3-A:
Eastern Alamance
McMichael
Morehead
Northeast Guilford
Northern Guilford
Person
Rockingham County
Western Alamance

2-A:
High Point Andrews
Thomasville
Trinity
Wheatmore
Providence Grove
Randleman
Eastern Randolph
Jordan Matthews

11 comments

  1. Really Tabor is not chopped liver in basketball so the Dudley owning the conference in basketball is a little premature. Tabor pretty good in track as well, Parkland Girls track is crazy good as is Parkland Soccer, North Forsyth good in soccer and Basketball,

  2. Well, for NW football, I think that makes life easier without East Forsyth. For which I wondered where they (EF) would end up and here is what their conference would look like (4A):

    Davie
    East Forsyth
    Glenn
    RJ Reynolds
    Reagan
    West Forsyth

  3. Uneven, Southwest will run it in Basketball…boys and girls!! They play on the 22nd so we’ll see then!!

  4. Yep,

    Good $$$ knew Dudley and SEG would NOT be in the same conference come the next realignment so Fritz has no excuses now for not winning his conference every year.

  5. SWG boys basketball has been much better than Dudley in the past few years. Dudley is really only good in football and girls basketball.

  6. Dudley and Southeast should be in a conference together. They are close to each other. Find a way to get along.

    This is the first draft of the conferences. It could (and should) change.There are several more logical options that would be better for all the schools.

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