Major Movements in Section Realignment for 2021-22, 2022-23 – Twin Cities

Major Movements in Section Realignment for 2021-22, 2022-23 – Twin Cities

Lakeville North moves back into Section 1 in most sports, including boys and girls basketball and hockey. The Panthers have experienced a lot of success competing against the state’s southern schools. Lakeville North competed in Section 3 in recent years against more South Metro opponents.
Cretin-Derham Hall boys and girls hockey move into Class 2A, Section 3, where it will square off against a bevy of South Metro opponents. Previously, the Raiders were in Section 6 against many West Metro programs. The shift in boys hockey sets up potential postseason showdowns between Cretin-Derham Hall and St. Thomas Academy.

Biggest moves in section realignment for 2021-22, 2022-23 – Twin Cities Simley wrestling moves back to its traditional section placement in Class 2A, Section 4. The Spartans had recently competed in Section 1, alongside fellow state power Kasson-Mantorville. St. Thomas Academy moves up to Class 3A, where it will compete in Section 3 along with the likes of Woodbury, East Ridge and Hastings.

Centennial football is now included in Class 6A, Section 4 seeding, along with Totino-Grace and a bevy of Suburban East Conference programs.
Gentry Academy’s boys and girls hockey programs — both of which played in Class A state title games this winter, with the boys winning — will compete in Class 2A in Section 4, against the likes of Hill-Murray, Stillwater and White Bear Lake.

Cretin-Derham Hall previously announced its move down to Class 5A football. It will play in Section 4, competing against the likes of Mahtomedi and Tartan.
Park is listed back in Class 6A football. It will be bunched in Section 3 along with the likes of Farmington, East Ridge, Lakeville North, Rosemount and Lakeville South. Sections are only used for seeding purposes in Class 6A as teams are then all placed into one big bracket.

Mahtomedi girls hockey is now in Class 2A, and will compete in Section 4.
All assignments can be found here.

Minnehaha Academy boys basketball is dropping down to its original placement in Class 2A. The Redhawks have won four straight state championships. They competed in Class 3A the past two seasons, winning the state championship game last week by 51 points.

Minnehaha Academy boys basketball is dropping down to its original placement in Class 2A. The Redhawks have won four straight state championships. They competed in Class 3A the past two seasons, winning the state championship game last week by 51 points.

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