Tuesday, January 22, 2008

WPIAL football realignment

Here are the WPIAL football conferences for the 2008 and 2009 seasons:
Class AAAA
Northern Six Conference

Butler, North Allegheny, North Hills, Pine-Richland, Seneca Valley, Shaler
Foothills Conference
Connellsville, Gateway, Hempfield, Latrobe, McKeesport, Norwin, Penn-Trafford
Big East Conference
Fox Chapel, Kiski Area, Plum, Penn Hills, Pittsburgh Central Catholic, Woodland Hills Great Southern Conference
Baldwin, Bethel Park, Canon-McMillan, Mt. Lebanon, Peters Township, Upper St. Clair Class AAA
Big Seven Conference

Belle Vernon, Chartiers Valley, Elizabeth Forward, Ringgold, Thomas Jefferson, Trinity, West Mifflin
Keystone Conference
Albert Gallatin, Derry, Greensburg-Salem, Laurel Highlands, Southmoreland, Uniontown, Yough
Parkway Conference
Ambridge, Blackhawk, Hopewell, Montour, Moon Tigers, New Castle, West Allegheny
Greater Allegheny Conference
Franklin Regional, Hampton, Highlands, Indiana, Knoch, Mars
Class AA
Century Conference

Bishop Canevin, Cornell, Keystone Oaks, Northgate, Quaker Valley, Seton-La Salle, South Fayette, South Park, Steel Valley, Sto-Rox
Allegheny Conference
Apollo-Ridge, Burrell, Deer Lakes, Ford City, Freeport, Kittanning, Shady Side Academy, Summit Academy, Valley, West Shamokin
Midwestern Athletic Conference
Aliquippa, Beaver, Beaver Falls, Center, Ellwood City, Freedom, Mohawk, New Brighton, Riverside
Interstate Conference
Brownsville, Charleroi, East Allegheny, Greensburg Central Catholic, Jeannette, McGuffey, Mt. Pleasant, South Allegheny, Washington, Waynesburg
Class A
Eastern Conference

Avonworth, Brentwood, Carlynton, Leechburg, North Catholic, Riverview, Springdale, Wilkinsburg
Black Hills Conference
Avella, Bentworth, Burgettstown, Chartiers-Houston, Clairton, Fort Cherry, Frazier, Serra Catholic
Big Seven Conference
Laurel, Monaca, Neshannock, Rochester, Shenango, South Side Beaver, Union, Western Beaver
Tri-County South
Beth-Center, California, Carmichaels, Geibel, Jefferson-Morgan, Mapletown, Monessen, West Greene

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

whats up with the black hills conference? Seems like the WPIAL is trying to make it worst than the TCS

mike_kovak said...

Clairton and Serra Catholic in the same conference sounds pretty strong to me. Plus, watch out for Fort Cherry. The Rangers are going to be a good football team in 2008.

Anonymous said...

On the subject of the black hills, can anyone explain why Frazier in that conference. Makes no sense from a geography standpoint.

Anonymous said...

my view on the subject of the blackhills, is that frazier shouldn't be in the conference. im pretty sure there not goint to be able to keep up with the power of Serra Catholic's and Clairtons offence. or the tightness of Fort Cherry's defence. i dont think its just geography

Zach "Yough" Harshbarger said...

I will not put my biases into this comment but i would like to say something about the Black Hills Conference. I play for Frazier, starting Senior Varsity Offensive Tackle for the 2008 season. From many points of view my team is not suited for this conference, we do not have the normal level of skilled and valued Football players for power houses like Serra Catholic and a new addition, Clariton. Even though we have over 10 returning seniors as myself, only half might start. Even geographically we are at a deficit. We need to be moved to a more local and more even skill level for our team than be a practice for some teams in this conference.

Anonymous said...

i am from your conference and mr. Frazier you need to not cry about your conference not only are you making your team look terrible it sounds to a fellow player like me that you have no confidence in your leadership, strength, or football team you sound like a child. To be the best you must BEAT the best

Anonymous said...

The Blackhills Conference is the best single a conference in wpial. Clairton,Fort Cherry,Serra Catholic and Chartiers Houston are all perennial powerhouses. Hands down, Black Hills has the most talented Single A teams