Pennsylvania News: Lancaster-Lebanon League welcomes 13 new teams

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Two years after rejecting a plan to bring-in the Berks Football League, the Lancaster-Lebanon League has changed its mind on expansion. Wednesday, league officials voted 19-5 (one abstention) in-favor expanding.

Starting with the 2022 high school football season, the 13 teams in the Berks Football League will become associate members of the LLL, which will give the league 37 high school football teams.

The next task for L-L officials is to realign with it likely that they expand from its current four sections/divisions to five.

Here’s the current league structures:

Lancaster-Lebanon League

Section 1

Cedar Crest

Hempfield

Manheim Township

McCaskey

Penn Manor

Wilson (West Lawn)

Section 2

Cocalico

Conestoga Valley

Elizabethtown

Manheim Central

Solanco

Warwick

Section 3

Donegal

Ephrata

Garden Spot

Lampeter-Strasburg

Lancaster Catholic

Lebanon

Section 4

Annville-Cleona

Columbia

ELCO

Northern Lebanon

Octorara

Pequea Valley

Berks Football League

Section 1

Conrad Weiser

Daniel Boone

Exeter

Governor Mifflin

Muhlenberg

Reading

Twin Valley

Section 2

Berks Catholic

Fleetwood

Kutztown

Hamburg

Schuylkill Valley

Wyomissing

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