Cameron to remain in Class 3A for coming years

On Wednesday morning, the UIL announced the long-awaited cutoff numbers that places schools in classifications for the 2018-2019 school years.  

Cameron will be staying put in class 3A. 

The new 6A conference will be for schools at 2190 students and above. Class 5A Division 1 will include 1840 to 2189, while Division 2 will comprise 1150 to 1830. Class 4A Division 1 will be 790 to 1149, with Division 2 from 505 to 789. Class 3A Division 1 will include 335 to 504, with Division 2 to run from 225 to 334. Class 2A Division 1 will be 161.5 to 224, with Division 2 from 105 to 161.4. Class 1A Division 1 will be 55.5 to 104.9, with Division 2 to encompass all schools less than 55 students. 

Cameron turned in a number of 488 back in October for the snapshot day.  Districts will be released at the beginning of February.  

We will have more details about where the Yoemen could potentially land in next week’s edition of sports.