Chester County League Boasts Impressive Competition
As teams continue vying for crucial positioning in their league playoffs that are set to begin in a few weeks, we thought we'd take a look at the Chester County League in PA's Region 3 in the southeastern part of the state. The league very well could contain the most talent of any in the state.
The league is home to Spring City, the 2010 state champions and 2011 high school state runner-ups in addition to their rival the NorChester Bulldogs who will make the the defending champs' effort to repeat very difficult in league and regional play. If that weren't enough, the 2011 high school state champions from Conestoga (yes, both AAAA teams hailed from the same legion league!) have begun their season. Despite a slow 0-2 start, they should be a force to be reckoned with by the end of the season.
Only one team will get the opportunity to move on from Region 3 and into the state tournament, and there's a very good chance it will be one of these three teams. Spring City has to be considered the early favorite for the state title, as they return nearly every player from last year's championship team.