Stags, Rams to stay in the NE-A League

By: 
Thomas Costigan
Staff Writer

The eight-team Northeast A League will remain the same next year, according to the Washington Interscholastic Activities Association enrollment report released yesterday.
The enrollment count is the average head count of students in grades 9-11, as reported to the Office of Public Instruction (OSPI) for the months of January, February, March, April, May, October, and November doubled (eight total counts). November is counted twice since the September figure is omitted due to the amount of changes to the student population a school experiences during the first month of a new school year.
Deer Park has the highest enrollment for Northeast A League schools with 441.25 students. Medical Lake comes in at No. 2 at 400.13.
Riverside is the fifth largest NE-A school with 348.25 students.
Mary Walker will remain in the Northeast 2B League with an enrollment count of 114.75.
Northwest Christian is the league’s largest school with an enrollment of 206.5 students. The cutoff to drop to the 1B level is 82 students.

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