Several schools would move into different leagues under the latest Sac-Joaquin Section realignment revision released during Tuesday's second realignment hearing for the 2014-2018 school years.
Among the changes from the first proposed realignment:
Roseville moves from the Sierra Foothill League, Cosumnes Oaks from the Metro and Oakmont from the Capital Athletic League into the Division II Capital Valley Conference. Instead of moving to the CVC as originally proposed, Rio Americano would stay in the D-III CAL. The CVC would be an eight team league that would include Antelope, Bella Vista, Del Campo, Ponderosa and Whitney.
With Roseville's departure, the SFL would be a seven-team league of Folsom, Oak Ridge, Del Oro, Granite Bay, Nevada Union, Rocklin and Woodcreek.
Sacramento would move from the CAL, as first proposed, to the Metro, where the charter school currently is a member.
This is not the final proposal. Another hearing is scheduled for Feb. 19 in Stockton.