2022 Boys Basketball

2022 Regional Bracket/Results
Class 8-1A Regional 10
Regional Host: Decatur American Dreamer
Decatur Lutheran (1st Seed)58     
DeLand-Weldon (8th Seed)20  Decatur Lutheran48     
Decatur American Dreamer (4th Seed)50    Decatur American Dreamer28 
Champaign Judah Christian (5th Seed)29  Decatur Lutheran33 
Champaign Holy Cross (2nd Seed)42        CHAMPAIGN HOLY CROSS40 
Philo St. Thomas (7th Seed)22  Champaign Holy Cross48 
Urbana University (3rd Seed)30    Champaign Next Generation36 
Champaign Next Generation (6th Seed)34 

Class History

From 1930 to 1972, there were two classes of basketball, Class A (Heavyweight) and Class B (Lightweight). An additional class was added in 1973--Class C (7th Grade). The Heavyweight and Lightweight classes were based on age, height and weight. From 1977-1984, the Heavyweight class was divided into two classes based upon enrollment--(A & AA). From 1985-2006, the Association adopted the format of 7th and 8th grade play based upon a school's enrollment (7A, 7AA, 8A and 8AA). Starting in 2007, the Association adopted a four class system in each grade level (7-1A, 7-2A, 7-3A, 7-4A, 8-1A, 8-2A, 8-3A and 8-4A). The current classification system assigns 25% of the schools to each of the four classes.

How Class Split is Determined

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