So on September 27th within the NBL Principles meeting they also had a meeting involving the SCL Principles to decide how the league realignments would look.
Team sports like football had their leagues realigned for the 2018 – 2019. Those are listed below.
But other sports like Cross Country & track are still up in the air.
Here is what was said about Cross Country with no mention of Track but I think they will also be asking the coaches about it as well.
“Cross country: It is possible to have all 12 teams involved in a schedule that includes either or both dual- and tri-meets. What do the coaches recommend? Dual or tri meets? One or two divisions? If two divisions, what do they recommend?”
The other decision was to go back to the old league names of NBL I and NBL II instead of the current NBL and SCL.
Athletic directors unanimously supported the NBL I and NBL II, which was used before the SCL became a separate league in the 1970’s.
My notes The NBL II would change it’s name to the Sonoma County League in 1972.
Motion approved: 9 – 0
If you missed it here was my story about “History of Redwood Empire track leagues”
Other stories about new alignments
August: New thoughts on new league alignments
May: New alignment: What might it look like?
As a reminder Casa Grande,, Petaluma and Sonoma Valley are being put into a new league with American Canyon, Justin-Siena, Napa and Vintage.
I am planning on covering this league on my site with NBL I and NBL II and CMC.
So just for fun I’d love to share some of your ideas of how our Cross Country & Track leagues should look.
Email them to me at email@example.com
I did a 5 second look at them back in May and thought it might come out like this, below, but what are your thoughts. One big league or one league (NBL I) with top teams and the rest in NBL II.
Track & Field
League changes to other sports
Motion to approve the divisions listed below.
Motion approved: 9 – 0
FOOTBALL BOYS’ SOCCER NBL I NBL II NBL I NBL II Analy El Molino Elsie Allen Analy Cardinal Newman Elsie Allen Healdsburg Cardinal Newman Rancho Cotate Healdsburg Montgomery El Molino Maria Carrillo Montgomery Rancho Cotate Maria Carrillo Windsor Piner Santa Rosa Piner Ukiah Santa Rosa Windsor Ukiah VOLLEYBALL GIRLS’ SOCCER NBL I NBL II NBL I NBL II Analy El Molino Analy El Molino Cardinal Newman Elsie Allen Cardinal Newman Elsie Allen Maria Carrillo Healdsburg Maria Carrillo Healdsburg Montgomery Piner Montgomery Piner Santa Rosa Rancho Cotate Ukiah Rancho Cotate Windsor Ukiah Windsor Santa Rosa BOYS’ BASKETBALL BASEBALL NBL I NBL II NBL I NBL II Analy El Molino Analy El Molino Cardinal Newman Elsie Allen Cardinal Newman Elsie Allen Montgomery Healdsburg Maria Carrillo Healdsburg Piner Maria Carrillo Montgomery Piner Santa Rosa Rancho Cotate Rancho Cotate Santa Rosa Windsor Ukiah Ukiah Windsor GIRLS’ BASKETBALL SOFTBALL NBL I NBL II NBL I NBL II Analy El Molino Analy Cardinal Newman Cardinal Newman Elsie Allen Maria Carrillo El Molino Montgomery Healdsburg Montgomery Elsie Allen Santa Rosa Maria Carrillo Rancho Cotate Healdsburg Ukiah Piner Ukiah Piner Windsor Rancho Cotate Windsor Santa Rosa WRESTLING sounds like is leaning towards this NBL I NBL II Analy El Molino Cardinal Newman Elsie Allen Healdsburg Montgomery Maria Carrillo Piner Ukiah Rancho Cotate Windsor Santa Rosa My notes: Of the nine sports decided above this is how the individual schools came out. Only El Molino was placed in the same league for all 9 sports. NBL I II 8 1 Analy 8 1 Windsor 7 2 Cardinal Newman 7 2 Montgomery 6 3 Maria Carrillo 6 3 Ukiah 4 5 Rancho Cotate 4 5 Santa Rosa 2 7 Healdsburg 1 8 Piner 1 8 Elsie Allen 0 9 El Molino