SHARON, Pa. – District 10 approved regions in all sports except basketball for the upcoming two-year cycle (2022-23, 2023-24) during Thursday’s board meeting.
There were a couple of changes to the proposed regions in football, with all other sports passing without any changes to the original proposals.
The original format in football called for five regions of seven and Region 6 consisting of Cathedral Prep, Erie, McDowell and Butler.
The new proposal will see Region 1 and Region 3 consist of eight teams and Regions 2 and 4 with six teams, Region 5 with seven teams, and Region 6 with four teams.
The changes from the original structure include Slippery Rock and Grove City going from Region 4 to Region 3, Conneaut (Pa.) going from Region 3 to Region 4, and Lakeview going from Region 2 to Region 1.
District 10 will still schedule eight games for all teams.
The approved Regions in football are as follows:
Region 1 (Eight teams): Mercer (1A), Reynolds (1A), Kennedy Catholic (1A), Cochranton (1A), Cambridge Springs (1A), Maplewood (1A), Saegertown (1A), Lakeview (1A)
Region 2: (Six teams): Union City (1A), Eisenhower (1A), Iroquois (1A), Northwestern (2A), Seneca (2A), Mercyhurst Prep (2A)
Region 3: (Eight teams): Sharpsville (2A), Wilmington (2A), Farrell (2A – Classification pending potential PIAA appeal), Greenville (2A), Hickory (3A), Sharon (3A), Slippery Rock (3A), Grove City (3A)
Region 4: (Six teams): Franklin (3A), Titusville (3A), Oil City (3A), Warren (3A), Conneaut (3A), Meadville (4A)
Region 5: (Seven teams): Fairview (3A), Fort LeBoeuf (3A), Girard (3A), North East (3A), General McLane (3A), Harbor Creek (3A), Corry (4A)
Region 6: (Four teams): Cathedral Prep (6A – Classification pending potential PIAA appeal), Erie (6A), McDowell (6A), Butler (6A – Currently ineligible for D10 playoffs [WPIAL decision])
The complete regions for the other sports can be found here.