Here is what I see:
The "Winners" in this Woodland Configuration: Greendale, Wisco, Grafton, Catholic Memorial.
The "Not-So-Lucky": Pius, Milwaukee Lutheran, Cudahy.
The West is still going to rule the league despite I think a boost in competition in the East with Wisco, Grafton, and Greendale moving in. However, Pius should've been put in the East considering their recent stretch of results on the field as of late. This realignment only cements them in the basement of the division. Same also goes for Milwaukee Lutheran which has a good stretch in the East but now will have to struggle to find wins in the West. I feel that Cudahy will be struggling to find itself considering their only best chance for a win now will be against Messwood in conference.
Still think that Both West Allis schools should've been pushing to put in the league. The last two years have been utterly dreadful for Hale with them being barely competitive (outside of Tosa East) in the league. WAC looks like is on the way to being in the same position as Hale.
I am going to agree that CHM mentality as of late is something that really trying to make something out of nothing (unless they all of a sudden crater in the next few years). Pius would've loved to have the success that they are having.
Grafton would've been fine in either league (North Shore or Woodland) but Nicolet should've been moved into the Woodland. When you have the longest area playoff drought and have been struggling to move upward in league that has been seeing a general downward trend, it may be time for a move to jumpstart the program.
I think the 2-year reassessment for the two Woodlands will see quite a few change requests.