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AISA releases new school baseball, basketball and softball classifications for 2014-16

MONTGOMERY, AL (WSFA) -

The Alabama Independent School Association is releasing new baseball/basketball/softball classifications for its schools. The classifications for A, AA and AAA for 2014-2016 are:

Class A - Region 1

Abbeville Christian Academy

Ashford Academy

Chambers Academy

Cornerstone Christian School

Crenshaw Christian Academy

Lakeside School

Lyman Ward Military Academy

South Montgomery County Academy

Class A - Region 2

Jackson Academy

Lowndes Academy

Meadowview Christian School

Patrician Academy

Southern Academy

Sparta Academy

Sumter Academy

Class AA - Region 1

East Memorial Christian Academy

Eastwood Christian School

Edgewood Academy

Evangel Christian Academy

Macon East Academy

Northside Methodist Academy

Springwood School

Class AA - Region 2

Clarke Prep School

Marengo Academy

Pickens Academy

Restoration Academy

Russell Christian Academy

South Choctaw Academy

Wilcox Academy

Class AAA - Region 1

Bessemer Academy

Coosa Valley Academy

Glenwood School

Kingwood Christian School

Lee-Scott Academy

Tuscaloosa Academy

Class AAA - Region 2

Autauga Academy

Escambia Academy

Fort Dale Academy

Hooper Academy

Monroe Academy

Morgan Academy

Pike Liberal Arts School

If you are looking for the AISA's football classifications for this time period, CLICK HERE.

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