Wild NHL playoffs move into next stage with final 16 teams – Wilkes Barre Times-Leader

August 06, 2020

The Wyoming Valley Conference athletic directors received two proposals Thursday for new football schedules this season.

The schedule needed to be reworked when the Lackawanna Interscholastic Athletic Association decided to push back its season five weeks and play a five-game schedule exclusive to LIAA schools due to COVID-19 concerns. the original WVC schedule had 34 games against LIAA teams.

One proposal is for a 10-week season starting Aug. 28. The other is for a seven-week season starting Sept. 18.

The proposals also call for two divisions. Division 1: Berwick, Dallas, Hazleton Area, Pittston Area, Wilkes-Barre Area, Williamsport and Wyoming Valley West. Division 2: Crestwood, Hanover Area, Holy Redeemer, Lake-Lehman, Nanticoke Area, Tunkhannock and Wyoming Area.

The athletic directors will confer with their school administration before deciding which schedule to use if fall sports are held.

PROPOSED 10-WEEK SCHEDULE

Starts Aug. 28

WEEK 1

Dallas at Nanticoke Area

Hanover Area at Wyoming Area

Hazleton Area at Williamsport

Lake-Lehman at Wilkes-Barre Area

Pittston Area at Crestwood

Southern Columbia at Berwick

Tunkhannock at Wyoming Valley West

bye Holy Redeemer

WEEK 2

Dallas at Lake-Lehman

Hazleton Area at Pittston Area

Holy Redeemer at Crestwood

Nanticoke Area at Hanover Area

Williamsport at Wilkes-Barre Area

Wyoming Area at Tunkhannock

Wyoming Valley West at Berwick

WEEK 3

Crestwood at Wyoming Area

Hanover Area at Wilkes-Barre Area

Hazleton Area at Berwick

Lake-Lehman at Holy Redeemer

Pittston Area at Dallas

Tunkhannock at Nanticoke Area

Williamsport at Wyoming Valley West

WEEK 4

Berwick at Pittston Area

Crestwood at Tunkhannock

Holy Redeemer at Hanover Area

Nanticoke Area at Lake-Lehman

Wilkes-Barre Area at Hazleton Area

Williamsport at Central Mountain

Wyoming Area at Southern Columbia

Wyoming Valley West at Dallas

WEEK 5

Berwick at Lake-Lehman

Dallas at Wyoming Area

Hanover Area at Williamsport

Hazleton Area at Crestwood

Holy Redeemer at Nanticoke Area

Pittston Area at Tunkhannock

Wyoming Valley West at Wilkes-Barre Area

WEEK 6

Berwick at Williamsport

Lake-Lehman ar Hanover Area

Nanticoke Area at Crestwood

Pittston Area at Wyoming Valley West

Tunkhannock at Hazleton Area

Wilkes-Barre Area at Dallas

Wyoming Area at Holy Redeemer

WEEK 7

Crestwood at Hanover Area

Hazleton Area at Dallas

Holy Redeemer at Tunkhannock

Lake-Lehman at Wyoming Area

Pittston Area at Williamsport

Wilkes-Barre Area at Berwick

Wyoming Valley West at Nanticoke Area

WEEK 8

Berwick at Crestwood

Hanover Area at Holy Redeemer

Tunkhannock at Lake-Lehman

Wilkes-Barre Area at Pittston Area

Williamsport at Dallas

Wyoming Area at Nanticoke Area

Wyoming Valley West at Hazleton Area

WEEK 9

Berwick at Wyoming Area

Crestwood at Wilkes-Barre Area

Dallas at Hanover Area

Holy Redeemer at Pittston Area

Lake-Lehman at Wyoming Valley West

Nanticoke Area at Hazleton Area

Williamsport at Tunkhannock

WEEK 10

Dallas at Berwick

Crestwood at Lake-Lehman

Hanover Area at Tunkhannock

Nanticoke Area at Holy Redeemer

Wilkes-Barre Area at Wyoming Valley West

Williamsport at Hazleton Area

Wyoming Area at Pittston Area

PROPOSED SEVEN-WEEK SCHEDULE

Starts Sept. 18

WEEK 1

Berwick at Pittston Area

Crestwood at Tunkhannock

Dallas at Wyoming Valley West

Hanover Area at Wyoming Area

Nanticoke Area at Lake-Lehman

Wilkes-Barre Area at Hazleton Area

Williamsport at Central Mountain

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