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Next fall, all Utah high school sports will compete across six classifications instead of five.
The group responsible for dividing schools into classifications and regions, the Utah High School Activities Association’s Board of Trustees, unanimously approved a tentative alignment of classifications on Thursday afternoon. For the last four years, the state has used two separate classifications — one for football with six divisions and one for all other sports with five divisions.
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