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Realignment places Buckeyes in District 5-4A Division II

The University Interscholastic League has placed the Gilmer Buckeyes in 4A Division II District 5 for football for the next two seasons.

Other schools in the district are Bullard, Canton, Emory Rains, Nevada Community and Melissa.

Read more: The Gilmer Mirror - Buckeyes will have to travel west for long distances as a member of District 5-4A Division II in football

Read more: ETSN.fm - District of Doom 3.0: Carthage Returns to East Texas’ Marquee District with Kilgore, Chapel Hill + Others

Read more: ETSN.fm - UIL Realignment 2014: East Texas Winners + Losers

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