MAIS teams see moves in realignmentPublished 12:01am Sunday, November 4, 2012
NATCHEZ — Realignment in the Mississippi Association of Independent Schools will bring several changes for area teams.absorbed
Adams County Christian School and Centreville Academy will remain in Class AA, while Trinity Episcopal will join Wilkinson County Christian Academy in Class A beginning next fall.
According to the MAIS website, ACCS and Centreville will both be in District 4-AA for all sports, along with Silliman Institute and Bowling Green School.
Trinity Episcopal and WCCA will both be in District 4-A beginning next fall and will be joined by Chamberlain-Hunt Academy, Porter’s Chapel Academy and Tallulah Academy.
Tensas Academy will compete in District 8-A for eight-man football, along with Franklin Academy, Clinton Christian Academy and Mt. Salus Christian School. In non-football sports, Trinity, WCCA and Tensas Academy will all be in District 7-A with Franklin and Chamberlain-Hunt.