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1 For Eastern View High School

2 Why Realignment? Provides more equity when determining state champs Provides closer geographic matchups based on size of schools Provides all teams a chance to compete in state level tournament

3 Six Classifications Total Schools IA East= 26 schools IA West=28 schools 54 2A East=26 schools 2A West=24 schools50 3A East=27 schools 3A West=26 schools53 4A North=28 schools4A South=24 schools52 5A North=23 schools5A South=29 schools52 6A North=26 schools6A South=26 schools52 Eastern View is a Class 4A school. Eastern View is in Region 4A North.

4 Member schools in 4A South-24 schools North-28 schools Conference 17Conference 21Conference 23 ChurchlandSherandoCharlottesville Lake TaylorWoodgroveFluvanna IC NorcumMillbrookLouisa B.T. WashingtonJames WoodAmherst Woodrow WilsonLoudon CountyHarrisonburg Deep CreekDominionHandley Heritage (LC) Conference 18 Park View (St) Denbigh Phoebus Conference 22Conference 24 King’s ForkChancellorE. C. Glass LakelandCourtlandJefferson Forest Nansemond RiverKing GeorgePulaski Eastern ViewSalem Confernce 19 FauquierGeorge Washington GraftonLibertyCarroll County SmithfieldBassett Jamestown William Fleming Tabb Powhatan Conference 20 Hanover Dinwiddie J. R. Tucker Midlothian Monacan Glen Allen Caroline

5 Eastern View is in Conference 22 There are four conferences in each “region” Conferences are first level of competition for state tournaments. Each conference will have a legislative board to decide tournament formats for athletics and activities. Each member school will have one vote. Each conference will advance the specific number of teams established by the VHSL in each sport or activity.

6 Region 4A North Tournament Brackets Top 2 teams per conference advance to Regionals in the following sports: Volleyball, Basketball, Softball, Soccer, and Baseball Top 2 teams per Region advance to State Conf 24 (champion) vs. Conf 23 (Runner Up) Conf 22 (Champion) vs. Conf 21 (runner up) Conf 21 (Champion) vs Conf 22 (Runner Up) Conf 23 (Champion) vs. Conf 24 (Runner Up) Conf 21 (Champion) vs. Conf 23 (Runner Up) Conf 24 (Champion) vs Conf 22 (Runner Up) Conf 22 (Champion vs. Conf 24 (Runner Up) Conf 23 (Champion) vs. Conf 21 (Runner Up) Conference Champions will host all first round games

7 Tournament Brackets for the following sports or activities: Boys Lacrosse-VHSL bracket will be followed governed by Class 5 Class 5 schools=22 Class 4 schools =12 Class 3 schools=10 Class 2 schools=2 Class 1 schools=0 Total 46 schools Girls Lacrosse-VHSL bracket will be followed governed by Class 5 Class 5 schools=20 Class 4 schools=12 Class 3 schools=9 Class 2 schools=2 Total 43 schools

8 Field Hockey-VHSL bracket will be followed governed by Class 4 Class 4 schools=28 Class 3 schools=14 Class 2 schools=3 Class 1 schools=3 Total 48 schools Wrestling-Top 8 per weight class advance to Regionals Top 8 per weight class advance to States Competition Cheer-Top 2 per conference advance to Regionals Top 4 per Regional advance to States Cross Country-Top 2 teams per conference advance to Regionals including top 10 individuals not on top two teams. Top 6 teams advance per Region advance to States including top 10 runners not on top two teams

9 Golf- Top 2 teams per conference advance to Regionals, including top 6 golfers not on top two teams. Top 2 teams per Region advance to States, including top 6 golfers not on top two teams. Track-Top 8 per event per conference, plus standards qualifiers Top 8, plus standards qualifiers, per Region advance to States Tennis Top 2 teams per conference advance to Regionals Top 2 individuals per conference advance to Regionals Top 2 doubles per conference advance to Regionals Top 2 teams per Region advance to States Top 2 individuals per Region advance to States Top 2 doubles per Region advance to States

10 Forensics-Top 3 teams per conference advance to Regionals Top 3 teams per Region advance to States Theatre- Top 2 teams per conference advance to Regionals Top 2 teams from each Region advance to States Scholastic Bowl-Top 2 teams per conference advance to Regionals Top 2 team per Region advance to States Football-VHSL Power Ratings will still be used. Top 16 from each Region will qualify. Teams will be seeded based on Power Points. Higher seed will host all games. A Regional champion will be determined. This game would be state semi final game.

11 Seeding into Conference 22 Tournament For the following sports: Field Hockey, Volleyball, Basketball, Soccer, Baseball, Softball, and Tennis Eastern View will play Fauquier and Liberty twice during the regular Evergreen District schedule. EVHS will also play King George, Courtland, and Chancellor twice as non-district games. These ten games will be used as seeding games for Conference 22. The top two seeded teams will receive first round byes in Conference 22 tournament, while seeds 3-6 play in first round action. All of these games will be played at higher seeds. Top two teams will advance to 4A North Regional playoffs.

12 Seeding information for other sports and activities: Cross Country, Golf, Competition Cheer, Theatre, Forensics, Debate, Outdoor Track These sports will compete in a Conference 22 tournament toward the end of the respective season. Regional advancements will vary with each sport. (see previous slides) Wrestling will have one day Conference 22 team duals as part of the regular season to determine seedings for individual wrestlers. Conference 22 will then have a one day Conference 22 championship tournament like other sports.

13 Eastern View will compete in Evergreen District in School Year. The primary purpose for districts is for scheduling purposes. The following schools will be members of the Evergreen District: Brentsville District High School Culpeper County High School Eastern View School Fauquier High School Kettle Run High School Liberty High School

14 The district will crown regular season champions in the following sports/activities BaseballSoftballField Hockey BasketballVolleyballSoccer LacrosseCross CountryWrestling TennisGolfScholastic Bowl SwimWrestlingCross Country TrackTennisGolf The District will not have to hold end of season tournaments for these sports. The Evergreen District will host a one time championship for the following sports or activities: Competition CheerForensicsDebate Theatre

15 Wrap up The upcoming VHSL changes will be historic. The state has never been structured into six classifications. There will be hurdles and obstacles to overcome. WE ALL will be learning as we go. There will be lots of questions from ALL of us. In the end, this new alignment plan will allow for equitable competition across the state. I hope this information is helpful to you as an Eastern View coach. Please do not hesitate to ask questions for a better understanding of this new plan. Mr. Bradshaw or I may not have an immediate answer to your question, but we promise to one to you in a timely fashion.


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