It's official, Nevada high school sports will realign.
The Nevada Interscholastic Activities Association Board of Control approved the proposal on Monday at its meeting in Las Vegas. The new system will begin in the fall for the 2012-13 school year.
However, the rubric is a two-year process, and schools can be relegated to Division I-A or move up to Division I.
In the north, not much changes except for Wooster moving up to the soon-to-be Division I (the current 4A) for football. The Colts have participated in the 3A, which will become Division I-A next year, as an independent the …