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In major facelift for District 3 football, 13 Berks teams to join Lancaster-Lebanon League

JEFF REINHART
LNP
West York's Corey Wise is swarmed by three Governor Mifflin defenders during a 2017 game. Governor Mifflin is one of 13 Berks County schools slated to become associate football members of the Lancaster-Lebanon League in 2022.

The landscape of Lancaster-Lebanon League and District 3 football as a whole is about to get a major facelift.

L-L League Board of Control members on Wednesday voted to approve the Berks County Interscholastic Athletic Association’s application to have 13 schools join the L-L League as associate members, creating a 37-team mega football conference.

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Governor Mifflin's Kamron Wolfe runs away from West York's Eli Bentzel during a 2017 high school football game. Governor Mifflin is one of 13 Berks County schools slated to join the Lancaster-Lebanon League as an associate football member in 2022.