Several Lansing-Area High Schools Changing Athletic Class Sizes Next Year
The new classifications for the 2016-17 school year has been announced by the Michigan High School Athletic Association (MHSAA) and a few Lansing-area schoosl will be moving into different athletic classes.
See a full list of local schools impacted by class changes below. Click here to see the MHSAA's press release on the 2016-2017 classifications.
After spending the 2015-16 season in Class A, the Vikings move back to Class B. It's where they were in the 2014-15 season.
This is the first time that the Quakers have been in Class B. They are a victim of a big enrollment drop.
The move up to Class B could definitely affect the Yellowjackets during football season. They could play in a bigger class come playoff time. They've won the Division 6 Championship five of the last six seasons.
The Mounties have been competitive in basketball and other sports, but have struggled in football. This move could help them.
The Titans have been on the edge of Classes B and C for a few years now. But expect more domination during football season in a smaller class.
Potterville has been a Class C school before (2004-15). They dropped down to D this year, but are back up to C next year.