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7A Reclass Summary of Changes

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7A BIG PICTURE 
  • In terms of big guns, 7A lost a number of very good teams, but gained a bunch, too.  7A appears to have gotten stronger with the changes.  
  • 7A lost the following teams to other classes: Bartram Trail, Braden River, Columbia, Lee, Plant
  • 7A gained the following teams from other classes: Armwood, Atlantic, Crestview, Manatee, Miramar, Navarre, Niceville, Plantation, Wekiva
  • 7A Region 2 and Region 4 had some positive net gains, shedding a number of weaker programs and picking up some interesting ones.  
 
 
SIGNIFICANT CHANGES IN EACH REGION
 
7A Region 1
Out-Bartram Trail, Columbia, Lee
In-Crestview, Navarre, Niceville, Wekiva
 
7A Region 2
Out-Plant
In-Armwood, Tampa Bay Tech
 
7A Region 3
Out-Braden River, Tampa Bay Tech
In-Dwyer, Manatee
 
7A Region 4 
Out-Dwyer
In-Atlantic, Miramar, Plantation
 
 
ALL CHANGES IN EACH REGION
 
7A Region 1-21 teams (20 teams before)
Out:
Bartram Trail
Columbia
East Ridge
Hagerty
Lake Minneola
Lee
Oakleaf
Ocoee
West Port
 
In:
Crestview
East River
Forest
Lyman
Navarre
Niceville
South Lake
Tate
Wekiva
Winter Springs
 
7A Region 2-20 teams (22 teams before)
Out:
Celebration
East River
Freedom(Tampa)
Gaither
Leto
Martin County
Lake Nona
Plant
Sickles
South Fork
Wharton
Windermere
 
In:
Armwood
Bloomingdale
Durant
East Bay
George Jenkins
Plant City
Poinciana
Strawberry Crest
Tampa Bay Tech
Toho
 
7A Region 3-19 teams (21 teams before)
Out:
Bloomingdale
Braden River
Countryside
Durant
East Bay
Lennard
Palmetto
Plant City
St Pete
Seminole
South Fort Myers
Strawberry Crest
Tampa Bay tech
 
In:
Dwyer
Lehigh
Leto
Manatee
Martin County
Mitchell
Palm Beach Lakes
Royal Palm Beach
Seminole Ridge
Sickles
Sunlake
 
7A Region 4 - 21 teams (24 teams before)
Out:
Dwyer
Forest Hill
Goleman
Hollywood Hills
Miami Springs
Mourning
Palm Beach Lakes
Reagan
Royal Palm Beach
South Miami
Sunset
West Broward
Westland
 
In:
American
Atlantic
Everglades
Hialeah
Homestead
Miramar
North Miami
North Miami Beach
Plantation
South Plantation

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playoff teams from each region(from this past season) who moved out:

7A Region 1-Columbia, Hagerty, Lee, Oakleaf
7A Region 2-Gaither, Plant, Sickles
7A Region 3-Bloomingdale, Braden River, Palmetto, Plant City, Tampa Bay Tech
7A Region 4-Dwyer, Palm Beach Lakes, West Broward
 
Armwood moving into Region 2 sets up a potential clash with Lakeland and/or Viera each year.  Had Plant not moved, this could have been an epic region, but maybe it's best they did move in the spirit of class parity.  Even so, Armwood will likely have a tougher path to the state final final.
 
Dwyer's path to a region title just got easier.  Now they will likely have to face Manatee or Venice in Region 3, rather than St Thomas Aquinas.  Life for Venice now may be a bit more challenging with the addition of Manatee and Dwyer.  In terms of depth, Region 3 is scant overall.  
 
St Thomas' path out of Region 4 got tougher, with the additon of a number of formidable foes, although they did lose nemesis Dwyer in the region.  In terms of depth, 7A Region 4 was arguably one of the worst of the upper classes.  This region should be more competitive now with a number of perennial contenders joining the mix.     
 
 
 
 

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