New Sectional Assignments Approved by IHSAA Executive Committee

Indianapolis (Local Sources) – Earlier today, the IHSAA Executive Committee approved the sectional assignments in six team sports for the next two school years.

Following adjustments made in volleyball, girls basketball and boys basketball, the Executive Committee accepted the recommendations of the respective realignment committees which determined the sectional groups for the 2017‐18 and 2018‐19 school years.

As was announced on March 29th by the IHSAA, Jasper moves up to 4A for both boys and girls basketball and volleyball.  Jasper is already in Class 4A in football.  Southridge will remain in 3A but moves down to 2A in football and volleyball), Forest Park in 2A and Northeast Dubois in 1A.

Jasper is the fifth smallest school in Class 4A with an enrollment of 1093.  Southridge is the smallest school in Class 3A with 531 students.  Forest Park has 397 students ranking it 57th among the state’s 101 Class 2A schools.  Northeast Dubois with its 268 enrollment ranks in a three-way tie for 26th out of 102 schools in Class 1A.

Jasper will play in 4A’s Sectional 16 in basketball and volleyball along with Castle, Evansville Central, Evansville Reitz, Evansville Harrison and Evansville North.

Southridge remains in Sectional 31 of Class 3A with Pike Central, Princeton, Sullivan (replacing Mitchell), Vincennes Lincoln and Washington.

In the 2A Sectional 48, Forest Park is with Evansville Mater Dei, North Posey, Perry Central, South Spencer, Tell City and Tecumseh.

And the 1A Sectional 64 remains unchanged with Northeast Dubois, Cannelton, Evansville Day, Springs Valley and Wood Memorial.

In football, Forest Park and Southridge are now in the same 2A sectional with Evansville Mater Dei, Linton-Stockton (which moves up from 1A), North Knox, North Posey, South Spencer and Tell City.

Jasper remains in the Class 4A Sectional 24.

Boys Basketball Sectionals | Girls Basketball Sectionals | Football Sectionals
Boys Soccer Sectionals | Girls Soccer Sectionals | Volleyball Sectionals

Classifications with enrollments for each school were announced on March 29.

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