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New league should mean less travel


Lake Roosevelt High School is in a new Central Washington 2B league.

The new league, made up of many of LR’s competitors, will operate under WIAA sanctions for the next four years, and begin this fall.

Athletic Director Richard Black told the school board Monday night that the new league met the district’s goals of less travel and more reasonable competition.

The schools in the new league will play home and away games against each other and, in most cases, still have games with teams outside their league.

In the new league, in addition to Lake Roosevelt, are Brewster, Bridgeport, Liberty Bell, Manson, Oroville, Soap Lake, Tonasket and Waterville.

There will be a southern league of nine 2B schools, and Lake Roosevelt will play non-conference games against those schools.

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