"As the membership continues to grow in Colorado, there's going to be eventually a time in some sports where we're going to need a sixth classification," Kanagy said. "Let's look at boys lacrosse. Boys lacrosse may never need six classifications. There's only two now. But you look at basketball, for example, a sport that almost every school of the 346 plays it.
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Kanagy has been selected to serve on the CLOC.
CHSAA looking at six classifications in prep sports in near future
Currently, there are 346 members in the CHSAA with sports ranging from classes 1A to 5A. The number for six classifications will probably be 384 schools, with 64 schools in each classification.
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"Football's a little bit different because of 6 man and 8 man. The Football Committee sets the classification for football. You could see 6A in football, theoretically, before you could see 6A in anything else."
Within the next three to five years, a total of six classifications might become a reality on the Colorado high school sports scene.
determining what classification it's in.
"It's important to be able to plan ahead. We're talking three to five years down the road," Kanagy said. "At the rate Omega Seamaster Blue And Orange
Kanagy said talking about six classifications now is crucial.
The CHSAA had six classifications in the early 1990s, but it didn't last long because there were 100 fewer schools than there are now.
With the growing number of high schools joining the Colorado High School Activities Association, the move to six classes is only a matter of time.
Windsor High School athletic director Mark Kanagy, the chairman of the 16 person reclassification committee, said the committee made recommendations to the CHSAA's membership to be able to put forward a bylaw proposal that would actually give the Classification and League Organizing Committee (CLOC) the ability in the future to increase the number of classifications if and when it's deemed necessary.
"As membership continues to grow, you're going to need an extra classification."
we're going, we're adding several schools every year to the state. You're really looking at three years before there could be a sixth classification in anything other than football.
The CLOC will look at the recommendations again on Nov. 15.
The presentation was held Thursday at the two day 2013 CHSAA All School Summit in Denver.
"Six classifications can't happen anytime soon," Kanagy said. "We're in the second year of a cycle. There's going to be a new two year cycle after this.
"The way we presented the proposal was say the CLOC chooses a number to separate between 3A and 4A," Kanagy said. "Let's say that number is 1,000. If you have 999 you're 3A, and if you have 1,001 you're 4A.
"The proposal Omega Speedmaster Professional Leather we're mentioning is if you take the 10 percent of the schools within that classification that are close to the bubble, and look at socioeconomics, demographics, school's participation rate and allow those schools that fall within that framework to petition to be in that lower classification."
two year cycle after that is the first time one could come in."
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