If you missed it, there's going to be some moving and some shaking during the next school year in the state's classifications and regions. And if you're fired up about it, the Utah High School Activities Association would like to know before you have to drive from Cedar City to Richfield for a soccer game.
Above is a copy of the first proposal for realignment for the 2013-14 and 2014-15 seasons. Utah now realigns every two years in an effort to adjust its classes more nimbly, but as always, there's likely to be a handful of unhappy parties.
But the UHSAA is reaching out to the public, on its website from now until the Nov. 29 meeting to finalize the realignment plan. Those who prefer a more in-person approach are invited to a public forum at 6 p.m. on Nov. 28 at UHSAA headquarters in Midvale.