UIL announced district realignments Monday, with some notable changes.
While a few schools were moved up, Graford remained 1A.
For 2014-15, Graford will be in Region 3, District 17, with Bryson, Newcastle, Perrin-Whitt, Throckmorton and Woodson.
In six-man football, Strawn and Gordon will be in Division 1, Region 3, District 10 with May, Lingleville and Gustine.
In basketball, Gordon and Strawn will be in District 8 with Lingleville, Lipan, Huckabay and Gorman.
Santo has moved to 2A. In football, Santo will be in Region 2, District 8 with Albany, Ranger, Baird, Cross Plain, Perrin-Whitt and Gorman.
For basketball, Santo will be in Region 2, District 10, with De Leon, Goldthwaite, Hamilton, Hico, Ranger and Tolar.
Mineral Wells moved to 4A.
In football, Mineral Wells will be in Division 1, Region 1, District 4, with Burkburnett, Wichita Falls Hirschi, Graham, Decatur and Gainesville.
In basketball, the Rams will be in Region 1, District 6, with Abilene Wylie, Brownwood, Graham and Stephenville.
The UIL went with the 6A Conference, moving larger schools into a conference all their own. THose schools have student populations of 2,100 and above with 245 schools in 6A.
There are 253 schools in Conference 5A with populations of 1,060 to 2,099. For 4A, student enrollment is between 465 and 1,059, 186 schools.
For 3A, student enrollment is between 220 and 464, a criteria met by 214 schools.
To be a 2A school, enrollment must be 105 to 219. There are 204 schools in the state in 2A.
Conference 1A is for schools 104.9 and below, There are 209 basketball schools, 140 six-man football schools and 19 1A schools playing 11-man football.