It's a total makeover for high school football districts involving most of the area schools.
While Miami moves up to Class 5A, Wyandotte will have a full slate of new opponents in Class 3A beginning with the 2008 season.
The Bears had been in District 2A-8, but has been moved over to 2A-7, which retains Nowata, Caney Valley, Chelsea, Pawhuska, Sperry and Verdigris.
Tulsa Lincoln Christian, one of a number of new members in the OSSAA, rounds out the district.
Grove, Jay, Collinsville and Oologah will be joined in 4A-3 by Locust Grove and Vinita - up from 4A - and Catoosa and Tulsa McLain, down from 5A.
Afton, Commerce, Fairland and Quapaw continue to be grouped together along with Ketchum and Oklahoma Union, but now they will be assigned to District A-8.
Rounding out the district will be Foyil, Hulbert and Okay, moved over from A-6, and Salina, which is dropping down from Class 2A.
Class A has six 10-team districts and two nine-team districts. All four districts in Class B are nine teams. The remaining classes all have eight-team districts.
Welch, Cave Springs, Watts, Oaks, Gans and Porter have been shifted over to District B-4 from B-3, and they will be joined by Arkoma, Copan and South Coffeyville.
Arkoma and South Coffeyville are moving up from Class C and Copan will be back down in eight-man after two seasons in Class A.
The only change in District C-4 for 2008-09 finds Claremore Christian joining Bluejacket, Bokoshe, Kinta, Maud, Midway, Sasakwa, Webbers Falls and White Oak.
Miami is moving up to Oklahoma's second largest classification for football for the first time in almost 20 years.
Miami will be grouped with Skiatook, Bixby and Pryor as well as Tulsa Hale, Kelley, Rogers and Washington.
MHS' average daily membership of 667.00 was 63rd on the Activities Association's listings. But the addition of Southmoore starting in 2008 pushed everyone down one notch.
As a result, Tahlequah was bumped into 5A and Catoosa - 64th in ADM at 661.03 - went to 4A.
That leaves Miami with the smallest ADM in 5A.