Numbers Released Dec. 6By Will JohnsonMessenger Reporter EAST TEXAS – On Wednesday, Dec. 6, the University Interscholastic League (UIL) released the conference cutoff numbers and preliminary enrollment figures for the 2018-2020 reclassification and realignment. The conference cutoff numbers provide the range of enrollment for each of the six conferences (1A – 6A), including divisional cutoffs for football.
GRAPELAND – The 2016-2017 Grapeland Sandies had a season to remember as they advanced to the State Semi-Finals last March. With all five starters from that team graduating in May, no one knew exactly what to expect from the 2017-2018 Sandies as they took the court for their first game on Tuesday, Dec. 5. In addition, a deep playoff run in football limited the preparation for this year’s basketball season to all of one practice. One – that’s it.
GRAPELND – After a weekend of tournament action in Chapel Hill, the Grapeland Sandiettes returned home to face the Chireno Lady Owls. The game was sloppy throughout, as turnovers plagued both teams, however, a big third quarter from the Sandiettes allowed the home team to pull away and win the contest by a final score of 63-43. As the first quarter got underway, both teams struggled from the field.
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