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Task Force approves new non-football conference proposal for 2025-26
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STEVENS POINT — The Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association Conference Realignment Task Force reconvened Feb. 8 to conduct hearings for modified requests and finalize solution proposals to advance to the Board of Control.

The current realignment process addresses sports other than football for implementation in 2025-26. Football-only conference realignment consideration occurs on an alternate-year rotation.

The Task Force unanimously approved (16-0) the Capitol Conference Realignment Proposal, which was brought forward in the January meeting. It will now be advanced to the Board of Control. 

The conference configurations for all the modified realignment plans, as well as all the original realignment proposals submitted, are available on the Conference Realignment Requests and Proposals page of the WIAA Website.

The Board of Control will hear any appeals of plans modified or rejected at the Task Force meeting and will vote on the recommendations of the Task Force at its meeting Tuesday, March 5. The Board has the options to approve, reject or remand realignment recommendations back to the Task Force.

If approved, the modifications will be implemented for the 2025-26 sports seasons. If remanded, the Task Force will reconvene to make appropriate changes to the plan before presenting it to the Board of Control again in April. If rejected, the conferences will remain in their current configuration.

Capitol Conference Realignment Proposal


● Clinton

● Columbus

● Jefferson

● Lake Mills

● Lakeside Lutheran

● Lodi

● Whitewater

● Waupun


● Big Foot

● Delavan-Darien

● East Troy

● Edgerton

● Evansville

● Monroe

● Turner


● Belleville 

● Brodhead

● Cambridge

● Marshall

● New Glarus

● Poynette

● Waterloo

● Wisconsin Heights