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2013 Independents (no league affiliation)

freeagent

Moderator
As close as I can tell, the following schools who played in 2012 are not affiliated with any league/districts:
Some of these may be JV level teams

Dallas Harmony Charter (Carrollton)
Austin NYOS Charter
Wylie Saints Home School
Melissa CHANT Home School
Temple Centex Home School
Fred/Silsbee Good Samaritan Fellowship Home School
Austin Capital City Home School
Lubbock Titans Home School (did not play 2012, plans to play 2013)
Humble Legacy Christian

Fort Hancock (UIL)
Grand Prairie Advantage Charter (UIL)
Tioga (UIL)
Gholson (UIL)

Carrolton Christian (TAPPS)
Richardson Canyon Creek Christian (TAPPS)
Dallas Lakehill Prep (TAPPS; played 11 man -- I've heard they are coming back to 6 man)
Houston Emery Weiner (TAPPS)
Katy Faith West (TAPPS)
 

freeagent

Moderator
CowboyP":369k5sic said:
Gholson and Tioga will both be JV teams.

Agreed, but as you know, in sixman, there are a lot of small varsity squads who couldn't beat a lot of JV teams ... and schedules often put these JV only teams against some of those small varsity squads. Hence, the Granger rule that if a varsity team is involved (or if you only have one team, even if you call it JV), it's a varsity game.
 

Shad Kline

Active member
lifegatesports":3boxe77n said:
CowboyP":3boxe77n said:
Gholson and Tioga will both be JV teams.

Agreed, but as you know, in sixman, there are a lot of small varsity squads who couldn't beat a lot of JV teams ... and schedules often put these JV only teams against some of those small varsity squads. Hence, the Granger rule that if a varsity team is involved (or if you only have one team, even if you call it JV), it's a varsity game.
It's not that I disagree with the logic, however.......
Even an outlaw program that has not joined a district that plays under UIL rules still has to meet the eligibility requirements. So a team playing as a JV may allow kids to play that have not yet met their 1 year ineligibility requirement. (Transfer, moved in with Grandma, whatever the case may be.) So calling them Varsity in some cases, is just inaccurate.
 

reddogblitz

New member
RDFA Regulators
JV Six man that plays varsity and JV level schedule.
Independent that plays a regional and national schedule ,the students attend home school and Texas Premier Charter High School, the eligibility requirements are based upon the UIL rules for participates.
Schools interested in 2017-18 schedule games can contact at regionalprepacademysports@groupmail.com
We will travel looking to expose players to best available competitors.
 
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