Where do we go from here?
Update 1/8 Today's article outlines some of the options.
The four Thurston County schools have applied to be part of the SPSL in hopes of the league having two divisions, Olympia School District athletic director Jeff Carpenter said.Update 1/11: The SPSL isn't interested. 27 schools, apparently, is enough for them. No word on what happens next.
"We have to see if the SPSL is interested," Carpenter said. "If they're not interested, we'll go to a split league."
That split league would be a 3A/2A split with the four remaining Class 3A WCC schools and possibly the five schools in the Class 2A Nisqually League, Carpenter said.
Another option down the line would be a 4A/3A split league, bringing in Olympia and Shelton, he said.
"At this point, we're looking at a few options," Carpenter said. "We're looking to do this as quickly as possible."