There’s no better place to find live blogging on today’s PIAA lacrosse championships from Hersheypark Stadium than Chris Goldberg’s exceptional site phillylacrosse.com.

When it comes to state lacrosse, Chris is the man.  I will not be there live this year; I’m a bit on the ill side and will probably need some medical attention to get through this.

Here’s a direct link to Chris’ blog:  phillylacrosse.com blog

 

PIAA brackets for lacrosse, boys volleyball and girls spring soccer are below:

PIAA BOYS LACROSSE CHAMPIONSHIP (updated with semifinals)

PIAA GIRLS LACROSSE CHAMPIONSHIP (updated with semifinals)

PIAA BOYS CLASS AAA VOLLEYBALL CHAMPIONSHIP BRACKET (complete)

PIAA BOYS CLASS AAA VOLLEYBALL POOL PLAY

PIAA BOYS CLASS AA VOLLEYBALL CHAMPIONSHIP BRACKET (complete)

PIAA BOYS CLASS AA VOLLEYBALL POOL PLAY

PIAA GIRLS SPRING SOCCER CHAMPIONSHIP BRACKET (updated with semifinals)

 

The new Mifflin County High School is poised to become a member of the Mid-Penn Conference for the 2012-2013 school year.

The new school, a merger of Indian Valley and Lewistown high schools that was approved by the Mifflin County School Board last week, will be in place next school year if current Mifflin County School District plans move forward. At current, there is no indication that anything will interrupt those plans, but with school mergers, anything can happen.

But here is what has happened: Indian Valley and Lewistown, both members of the Mountain League, were booted out of the Mountain League in 2012-2013, although the new school will have Mountain League schedules in most, if not all, sports for the next school year.

With the new school, which will be a mid-sized Class AAAA school in football and basketball, thrown out of the Mountain League, it is highly likely that the Mid-Penn Conference will accept the new school as a full member at the start of the next cycle.

On Thursday, the Mid-Penn Conference, as anticipated, accepted State College as an all-sports member; the Little Lions had been a football-only member since 2004. With Mifflin County between State College and Harrisburg, it makes adding Mifflin County a little more palatable to the Mid-Penn.

So palatable, in fact, the conference has included the Mifflin County school in its 2012-2013 and 2013-2014 schedules as a league member, despite the fact that no formal action has been taken on the Mifflin County matter.

In fact, the Mid-Penn, meeting at the same time as the Mountain League and unaware of the ML’s actions, would likely have passed the alignments that included Mifflin County had it not been for requests by Trinity and Steelton-Highspire to change basketball divisions. The conference will vote electronically next Wednesday on the alignments once Steel-High and Trinity resolve the issue. Assuming the Mifflin County school is included in those alignments, as they were on Wednesday, that’s a pretty good indication Mifflin County will have smooth sailing to Mid-Penn membership.

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