Prepping for Preps ’16-17: Central League Primer

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By Josh Verlin

The faces might be different, but the programs at the top of the Central League won’t surprise anybody.

Lower Merion, Ridley and Conestoga all graduated significant senior classes, but the trio will yet again be challenging with the likes of Garnet Valley, Penncrest, Strath Haven and the rest of the league for a spot in the four-team league playoff come February, as well as a spot in the district playoffs.

There’s going to be a number of new stars emerging, however, with a mix of several notable sophomores, juniors and seniors ready to make their impact at the varsity level.

Here’s a look around the league, featuring teams and players to know:

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