|KSHSAA 4A split favorable to Prairie View||Array Print Array|
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|Wednesday, 14 August 2013 09:51|
By REX HINDS
Earlier this summer, the Pioneer League was unanimous in the proposal to split all Kansas 4A schools into two divisions. The proposal went into effect and now Kansas State 4A high schools are divided with the largest schools placed in Division 1 and the smaller 4A schools in Division 2. The only sport that won’t be affected by this split will be football this season, but that will change once this football season is over.
This comes as welcome news for the Prairie View High School athletic department. The head of their athletic program, Matt Self, said, "4A is being split into two divisions. The largest 32 will be 4A Division 1 and the smallest 32 will be 4A Division 2. We will fall into Division 2 for post-season playoffs in football (starting in 2014), volleyball, basketball, baseball and softball, all effective this school year. Sub-states and regionals will consist of four teams with the tournament winner advancing to state.
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