Ohio announces its high school football divisional alignments for 2019

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The Ohio High School Athletic Association has released its seven divisional alignments for the 2019 high school football season. The OHSAA has been using a competitive balance formula since last season.

There are four new teams in the state’s biggest classification — Division I. Moving up from Division II are Bowsher, New Albany, Perrysburg, and Westerville North. Dropping down from to Division II are: Cleveland John Marshall, Cleveland Rhodes and Austintown-Fitch.

You can see all of the changes by division, by clicking on each division.

OHSAA 2019 Alignment by Division

Division 1

Division 2

Division 3

Division 4

Division 5

Division 6

Division 7

Related: Final 2018 High School Football America Ohio Top 25

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