Lancaster-Lebanon League votes to push back, shorten fall sports season


HARRISBURG, Pa. (WHTM) — On Wednesday morning, the Lancaster-Lebanon League joined the Mid-Penn in voting to push back and shorten the 2020 fall sports season. The vote was not unanimous, but it was decisive.

ABC27 media partner LNP was first to report the news.

The official start of practices has been pushed back to September and the start of all games will begin the week of September 21.

Because of golf’s ability to follow protocols, the season will start before all others on August 17.

On Monday, the Mid-Penn also voted to push back the beginning of competition to the same week. The L-L League will meet again to finalize details.

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