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Schools possibly moving up in classification.

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Southtowner    249

Why would a new program that is 1A in all sports want to move to 2A in football?

I think he misunderstood the topic and the first post in this thread. Which is ' who will move up after classifications are released.'

 

 

Summertown has been classified as 2A.    And I think he was saying he believed they would be classified as such. Therefore 'having' to move up - not meaning 'electing' to move up. Capiche?

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Swipes    40

I've heard Giles County will play up in 4A, and also hearing Alcoa and Memphis East.

PC and Alcoa have that option since both are classified in 3a. Memphis East is 2a so 3a is the highest they can move

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