No middle school teams under high schools (unless they are actual combined 7-12 schools) and vice versa.
Ah, that makes sense. Yes, that would be a good option.
What I meant, for example, is that you could set the lower level for one schools as 7th with an upper level as varsity and, for a different school, a lower level of freshman and upper level of varsity.
I don't know about other states, but in Connecticut is important to have a very clear separation between high school teams and middle school team, even if they are part of the same school. Our association does not oversee, regulate, or have anything to do with middle school sports. We only allow entry of middle school schedules as a service to high school ADs that wanted to use one system for everything, and to assigners who are assigning both high school and middle school teams.
As for having an upper and lower level for each school, I would to know specifically what you meant by that before I could answer if would work in our case. If that was a grouping method for teams under a school it may work if done correctly.
Matt, do you think it would work to put an upper and lower level for each school indicating which they do?
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