In what has been a major hot topic in high school sports in the East Bay recently, the high school league/conference realignment turned out the way most Acalanes, Campolindo and Miramonte supporters wanted it to, as none of the schools will be affected.
The realignment ideas were mainly fueled by Castro Valley High School and Livermore High School, as both schools wanted to leave their current leagues. Despite seven different realignment proposals being submitted, only one received any real support, which was the proposal submitted by Acalanes.
In their proposal, they essentially left all leagues alone (including the DFAL where Acalanes, Campolindo and Miramonte play) and just had Castro Valley join the EBAL. This was the decision the NCS made, which leaves the local schools happy, as some frustration arose when proposals suggested that Livermore High or other schools in the Livermore area would join the DFAL, creating more distant away games.