ECHS stays in 4A in latest reclassification realignment

Published 10:59 am Thursday, November 30, 2017

Things didn’t change much for Escambia County’s football team in the Alabama High School Athletic Association’s reclassification realignment for the 2018-2019 seasons.

The reclassification realignment, which was released today, is based on school enrollment. If a school increases enrollment, then it moves up in classification or region. If a school drops in enrollment, then it moves down.

ECHS will still play in Class 4A, Region 1 in football with three new schools in Hillcrest-Evergreen (up from Class 3A), Clarke County (up from Class 3A) and Williamson (down from Class 5A); and will face common region opponents in Andalusia, Monroe County, W.S. Neal and UMS-Wright.

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See below where ECHS will be playing in its respective sports from 2018-2020.


• Class 4A, Area 1 with WSN, UMS and Williamson


• Class 4A, Area 1 with Bayside Academy (up from Class 3A), WSN, UMS and Williamson


• Class 4A, Area 1 with Mobile Christian (up from Class 3A), WSN and Williamson


• Class 4A, Area 1 with WSN, UMS and Williamson

Outdoor Track and Field

• Class 4A, Section 1 with Alabama Christian, Andalusia, Ashford, Dale County, Headland, Hillcrest-Evergreen, LAMP, Mobile Christian, Monroe County, Montgomery Catholic, WSN, Montgomery Academy, Trinity Presbyterian and Williamson