Football district features Stephenville, Gatesville, China Spring and Waco La Vega; non-football district includes Glen Rose, Godley, Mineral Wells and Stephenville
The University Interscholastic League revealed its athletic alignments for the 2018-19 and 2019-20 school years Thursday morning, and the Brownwood Lions and Lady Lions are headed east.
In football, the Lions are moving to Region II in Class 4A Division I and will be housed in District 5 along with rival Stephenville, Gatesville, China Spring and Waco La Vega.
In non-football sports, the Lions and Lady Lions will remain in Region I, District 7 and battle Glen Rose, Godley, Mineral Wells, and Stephenville.
In Class 3A Division I football, Early will remain in District 3 which is now comprised of the Longhorns, Breckenridge, Clyde, Eastland, Jim Ned and Wall.
In the Class 3A Division II ranks, Bangs will again be located District 4, now a seven-team league, along with Anson, Ballinger, Cisco, Merkel, Grape Creek and San Angelo TLCA.
In non-football sports, Early and Bangs will remain in the same league — District 6 — which will feature a total of eight teams as Cisco, Coleman, Comanche, Dublin, Eastland and Hamilton were added as well.
In local six-man football action, May will take part in District 14-A Division I along with Gorman, Lingleville and Santa Anna, while Zephyr will be in District 15-A Division I along with Evant, Jonesboro and Lometa.
Class A Division II leagues feature Blanket, Brookesmith, Mullin, Rising Star and Sidney in District 15, with Richland Springs, Panther Creek, Cherokee, Lohn and Rochelle comprising District 16.
More information to come throughout the day.