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News and Notes: Schuylkill League

By Michael Bullock: 

Williams Valley, Tri-Valley share District 11-A crown

A COVID -19 flare-up caused the District 11 Class 1A championship game between Williams Valley and Tri-Valley to be put on hold and not played on Nov. 13. But now the continuation of that outbreak caused that title contest to be scrapped entirely. As a result, Williams Valley (8-1) and Tri-Valley (5-1) will share the 11-A crown. For Williams Valley, it’s the third 11-A championship in four seasons. And in Tri-Valley’s case, it’s the second title in three seasons. These backyard rivals actually were to meet for the fourth consecutive year with an 11-A title going to the victor. Since District 11 had decided earlier this season not to send its champions to the PIAA playoffs, D-11’s choice to scrap a fiercely contested clash had no bearing on that tournament. For those who may have forgotten, Williams Valley rallied from a 21-7 halftime deficit to defeat Tri-Valley 35-28 in the regular-season engagement.

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