Corydon, North Harrison split in soccer classification
The IHSAA released enrollment numbers last week and Monday released classification for soccer and reclassification information for already classed sports for the 2011-12 and 2012-13 seasons.
In boys’ and girls’ soccer, the IHSAA has split the 292 participating schools into two classes. Separated by just 89 students across four grades, Corydon Central and North Harrison will play in different classes. Corydon Central joins the ranks of 2A in soccer, while North Harrison will be in Class A.
Corydon Central was 32 students away from joining rival North Harrison in Class A.
The boys’ soccer sectional is slated to have 32 sectionals with an average of 4.5 teams per sectional while the girls will have 16 sectionals with an average of 6.75 teams per sectional.
In football, a five-class sport, Corydon Central and North Harrison will remain in Class 3A. Joining the ranks of 3A in football are Mitchell and Brownstown Central, both moving up from 2A. Silver Creek, which begins varsity football in the fall of 2011, also joins Class 3A.
Crawford County remains in Class 2A for football.
In four-class sports ‘ boys’ and girls’ basketball, baseball, softball and volleyball ‘ Corydon Central and North Harrison stay in Class 3A while fellow Harrison County schools Lanesville and South Central stay in Class A.
Area teams joining the ranks of 3A include Brownstown Central and Indian Creek.
Crawford County is among a handful of teams moving down to Class 2A in four-class sports. The Wolfpack will be joined by Sullivan and Southridge.
There was also movement with teams familiar to Lanesville and South Central. Moving up to Class 2A from A are Henryville, Northeast Dubois and Springs Valley.
Dropping from Class 2A to A is West Washington.
Sectional assignments will be announced in the spring.
For a detailed list of schools and classification, visit online at www.ihsaa.org.