Posted On: 10/23/19 5:01 AM

The Lake Erie League has produced at least one regional champion for three-consecutive seasons, the second-longest streak for any league in Ohio, only trailing Central Ohio's 31-team Ohio Capital Conference. Cleveland Heights, Lorain, and Lutheran East all give the LEL a shot at extending their streak in 2020.

Prominent storylines also include transfers and OHSAA competitive balance adjustments.

BJ Busbee, Garvin Clarke, EJ Farmer, and Seth Wilson (three preseason First-Teamers) have changed schools, all players expected to play a major role for their teams. 

Finally, Lutheran East moved up one more division. The Falcons were Division IV regional champions in 2017 and Division III regional champs in 2018. Now the bar has been raised once again to Division II, where they still have a healthy shot. 

For now, though, here's what we expect during the regular season:

First Team
Seth Wilson (2021) | 6-1 PG | Lorain

A two-time State Championship participant who brings experience and a go-to scoring presence to Lorain. The Titans already had late-tournament experience before Wilson transferred over from St. Vincent-St. Mary, but he bolsters their lineup in a major way. Creates makable shots at will. Impact defender with size

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