Team sport classifications announced for 2022-23, 2023-24

On Monday, the IHSAA made changes to the basketball, football, soccer, and volleyball divisions, and they did it quickly. As a result, people who play these sports will have to adapt to these changes.

They all look at how many 9th and 12th graders each school had at the end of the school year. You’ll see a list of all the sports that aren’t softball or baseball when the IHSAA Executive Committee agrees on the sectional groups in early May. Then, after the first meeting of the new school year in August, the softball and baseball groups will be shown.

If the Executive Committee gives them the go-ahead, four schools joined the IHSAA in the last four years that are allowed to play in the State Tournament during the two years. So people who go to Evansville Christian College, MTI School of Knowledge, and Purdue Polytechnic would be able to apply in 2023 and ’24, but not before.

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This was another problem that came up after the disease spread all over the country. 

We had to figure out how to deal with high-ranked schools while they were still reclassifying for another year. In 2022-23, eight schools that got at least one point this school year (2021-22) will be reevaluated and changed. Some schools didn’t get the point in the 2021-22 school year. It took two years for them to move down to the next class. Rules said that schools couldn’t play three years in a row in the same division if they didn’t do well in tournaments the first two years.

All of these sports are played at Fort Wayne Canterbury, where they are. South Bend St. Joseph plays football for girls. Bishop Dwenger and Lafayette Central Catholic play for boys, and South Bend St. Joseph plays football for girls; Tennis is a game that Barr-Reeve and Yorktown play against each other. All eight of these schools will play each other in Indiana, where they all live.

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