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  1. Agreed, if LE and Pitt are both better than last year (which is the safe assumption) I think North Lamar will still be dead last. They got a better deal but not by much, since it really all depends on who improves in that district and who doesn’t.
  2. If they can get through that and district injury free and with a decent record, they’ll be ready for anything thrown at them... except perhaps Carthage Part 2 at AT&T if they’re able to make it that far again, but only time will tell.
  3. Having to beat Argyle, Melissa, Celina, and Paris to even be a 4th seed versus simply having to get through Pittsburg, LE, and/or Spring Hill? I’d say North Lamar is in a much better position to make playoffs, unless we have another situation like 2018 where PG, Pitt, LE, and Gilmer were all top 10 ranked teams most the season.
  4. I wonder how many schools out there have managed to stay in the same UIL class since they’ve opened or for the really old schools, since UIL first became a thing and had classifications. (Whenever UIL adds a class, doesn’t count as a change) so for example, a school that stays in 3A up until 1980, goes up to 4A then, and sticks around until going to 5A in 2014 due to UIL adding classes both those years listed. The most steady East Texas school I can think of off the top of my head appears to be Tyler Lee who’s in the largest class in every old realignment posted thus far and as far as I
  5. Were districts allowed to determine if they wanted to have a zone or not when they didn’t absolutely need one? I would imagine UIL wouldn’t really bother to zone a 6 team district themselves, though they might have because of all the travel.
  6. District 7-3A looks like a lot of fun.
  7. If we’re talking best team in general, Longview 2018, hard to argue with a 6A championship. But relative to classification level, probably Carthage 2017.
  8. Every school in Texarkana, including Arkansas High, has played each other except for PG and Texas, and with the insane amount of traveling both teams have had to do, and I’ve heard Arkansas doesn’t have it easy with travel either, all the schools there would finally just say screw it and schedule every single one of each other for non-district (besides PG and LE for obvious reasons) Texas High and Arkansas High would also both be a much better challenge for PG to get ready for district rather than the long drives like Gladewater and Chapel Hill that they blow out pretty consistently.
  9. How many titles do LE and Texas High have? If they each have at least 2, I wouldn’t be surprised if Texarkana is the only town in Texas with 3 whole schools with multiple football titles alone.
  10. PG and Arkansas High played for the first time ever in 2016 and then again in 2017, PG won both matchups. I wonder if PG will ever play Texas High, I can see why they haven’t for most of their history because it would’ve been a bloodbath massively in Texas High’s favor, but nowadays might be a decent matchup.
  11. I can agree with this but to me it’s also really hard to tell how PG would’ve or could’ve stacked up with both Carthage and Lampasas late in the playoffs. Especially given the combination of injuries and how inconsistent PG was. If they rematched Carthage and showed up and played like they did with Gilmer, while I still think the Dawgs would come out on top with confidence, it would be a hell of a game just like the first one, now if PG played Carthage or Lampasas with the performance they had to tonight.... Probably would’ve been pretty ugly. But in the end rankings are based off the ac
  12. Let’s hope they don’t... if PG, Gilmer, and Carthage are all rocking and rolling like they usually do next year, that could be a Region where the 3 best teams in the entire division are going at it and would have one of them pretty much be the instant favorite to win as soon as 1 is remaining. Even worse if they’re in the state district.
  13. I know it’s off topic, but is there a chance Carthage will schedule PG or Gilmer next year pre-district, assuming they aren’t in the same district anyway? I’m sure its unlikely but it’d be interesting, if Carthage goes south with Jasper they could very well schedule PG as the very first game of the season, then rematch them in the very last in the state championship! Heck of a rematch situation if you ask me.
  14. If I recall, PGs 2nd meeting with Frisco was not at The Star.
  15. From what I’m hearing this was caused by the McAllen ISD schools with the incorrect numbers that placed them in 6A instead of 5A, causing them to need to reduce the number of schools in 5A. What I don’t like about it is that instead of moving some of the largest 5As up to 6A to replace the schools lost in 6A, they raised the 4A cutoff to drop a couple 5AD2 schools, saving the rear ends of a couple 5AD1 schools... such as Highland Park. Also a couple tiny 5As dropping to 4A probably is going to cause less uproar than a couple 5As going up to 6A. Now, it could be also because of opt ups, I
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