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Hernando schools will play in new districts for 2022

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The Florida High School Athletic Association announced its new metro/suburban classification policy it will be implementing for the 2022 – 2023 season. All five of Hernando County’s public high schools fell under the classification of suburban and will be playing primarily against teams in the central Florida region. Below is the breakdown of how schools are classified based on school size and how many are in each classification. Springstead, Nature Coast, Weeki Wachee, Hernando, and Central were spread out among three different districts. Two of Hernando County’s teams will be featuring new head coaches, as Hernando just hired John Scargle and Weeki Wachee is currently searching for a replacement for Chris Cook, who just stepped down. Spring football starts off on April 25th in the non-contact period and hitting starts on April 30th.

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1M: 103-600 (37 schools)
2M: 601-1,666 (64 schools)
3M: 1,667-2,329 (65 schools)
4M: 2,330-4,843 (66 schools)

1S: 65-600 (29 schools)
2S: 601-1,445 (66 schools)
3S: 1,446-1,895 (67 schools)
4S: 1,896-3,226 (68 schools)

1R: 133-600 (34 schools)


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4-Suburban, Region 2, District 6
Land O Lakes Gators
Sunlake Seahawks
Wiregrass Ranch Bulls
Mitchell Mustangs
Springstead Eagles

2-Suburban, Region 3, District 9
Crystal River Pirates
Hernando Leopards
Bushnell South Sumter Raiders
Dunnellon Tigers

2-Suburban, Region 3, District 11
Anclote Sharks
Central Bears
Hudson Cobras
Nature Coast Sharks
Weeki Wachee Hornets

Andy Villamarzo can be reached at [email protected] and follow him on Twitter @avillamarzo.

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