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Proposed three-class high school divisions

Proposed three-class high school divisions Divisions for North Dakota high school basketball and volleyball under a proposal being developed by the North Dakota Interscholastic Athletic Administrators Association, if the proposal were in effect now.

Proposed three-class

high school divisions

Divisions for North Dakota high school basketball and volleyball under a proposal being developed by the North Dakota Interscholastic Athletic Administrators Association, if the proposal were in effect now. The association says the enrollments are based on 2006-07 North Dakota High School Activities Association directory.

G refers to girls basketball; VB refers to volleyball:

-- AA Division (enrollment 450 and over): Minot, Fargo South, West Fargo, Bismarck, Fargo North, Grand Forks Red River, Bismarck Century, Grand Forks Central, Mandan, Dickinson, Jamestown, Williston, Devils Lake, Turtle Mountain, Wahpeton.

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-- A Division (449-150): Valley City, Bismarck St. Mary's, Fargo Shanley, Grafton, Bottineau, Beulah, Hazen, Central Cass, Dickinson Trinity, Langdon, Lisbon, Carrington, Rugby, New Town, Kindred, Des Lacs-Burlington, Larimore, Minot Ryan, Watford City, May-Port-CG, Fargo Oak Grove, Standing Rock, Bowman, Belfield-South Heart (G), Northern Cass, Harvey, Cavalier, Dunseith, Oakes, Midway-Minto, Northwood-Hatton, Walhalla-Pembina, Four Winds-Warwick (G), Park River-Fordville (G, VB), Cando-Munich (VB), Linton-Hazelton-Moffit-Braddock (VB), Garrison-Max (VB).

-- B Division (149 and under): All school not listed above.

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