Three schools falling ... at least off field

November 26, 1990

Three of the area's top teams in football and boys soccer this fall will be dropping down a class in the Maryland Public Secondary Schools Athletic Association next year.

MPSSAA officials have reclassified all schools according to their enrollments (grades 9 through 11) as of Sept. 30. They will go into effect for two years, beginning next fall.

Regional alignments must first be determined, but Ron Belinko, supervisor of physical education and athletics for Baltimore County, noted that there will be a few surprises when the new alignments are finalized.

hTC Randallstown, which plays Saturday for the state Class 4A football championship, will be a 3A school.

Oakland Mills, the state Class 3A soccer champion from Howard County, drops to Class 2A after a two-year stint with the larger schools.

Wilde Lake, which plays for the Class 2A state football championship Friday night, will be in Class 1A.

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