I do agree that the SWBL will always be around and that those additional schools could be a good fit. Even if they split into divisions of 7 teams, there could be a division of: Madison, Carlisle, Waynesville, Brookville, Eaton, VV and a 7th. Then there could be a big school division of: Franklin, Monroe, Edgewood, Talawanda, Ross, Bellbrook and a 7th. I could see Oakwood going in either direction depending on who the last team would be.Isn’t West Milton to Waynesville about the furthest? SWBL will always be around. It’s been A league since 1944. Ross, Talawanda and Edgewood will be nice fits. Maybe add Little Miami. Smaller schools will hold their own vs bigger schools. It’s not been a split conference that long. 2001? I never looked at Franklin and Bellbrook as too big.