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Snapshot Day: Central Texas high schools turn enrollment in for realignment

Each high school's enrollment, as of Friday, will be used when UIL does its realignment entering next school year.
Credit: Kurtis Quillin/KCEN
Belton's Javier Luna (36) extends the ball over the goal line for the Tigers' first touchdown as Belton visits Killeen on Oct. 17, 2019. Killeen won the game, 44-17.

TEMPLE, Texas — Every two years, high school sports in Texas is re-shaped in three days.

The first of those on Friday was snapshot day when every school in Texas turns in its enrollment for state funding and, in sports, UIL realignment.

The University Interscholastic League re-aligns its districts and classifications for sports and other extracurricular activities. UIL will announce in December where it drew the enrollment thresholds for each classification before releasing the new alignments in February.

Several schools across Central Texas were at or near the projected thresholds, whether that's because of growth or shrinkage in student enrollment.

6 News listed the enrollment figures each high school in the area turned in to the Texas Education Agency and UIL.

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