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Last updated: March 10, 2015

 

Boys Basketball

Season Stats

Date Opponent W/L
Score
Overall
Record
 GMC
Record
Game Highlights
Game Stats
12/5 Springfileld won 60-39 1-0 0-0

Boys Win Season Opener

The Lakota East boys basketball team grapped an early lead against visiting Springfiled and never let go, overwhelming their guests by a final score of 60-39. East led by as many as 26 points in the contest against a very good Springfield team.

Seniors Alex White and Mitchell Mays shared scoring honors with 14 each. White made it a double-double collecting 11 rebounds. Andrew Emrick added 10 points. East's defense held Springfield to just 27% shooting.

 
12/6 @ New Albany lost 60-57 1-1 0-0

East boys had a quick turn-around on Saturday follwoing their Friday night win. The team visited New Albany where they sufferred their first loss of the season by a score of 60-57. Complete statisitical details were not available, but it was reported that Mitchell Mays led the team with 16 points.

East will open GMC play on Tuesday when they host Middletown.

 
12/9 Middletown won 63-51 2-1 1-0

Boys Hoopsters Get First GMC Win

Last nights boys basketball contest between East and Middletown was a matchup of two very talented programs. The #1 ranked Hawks found their groove and pulled away with a 63-51 win over the Middies to start their GMC schedule. The contest was close until the second half. Lakota East extended its lead to 13 points (52-39) on a field goal by junior forward Andrew Emrick at the 5:07 mark of the fourth quarter. The largest lead of the night was 16 points (61-45) later in the fourth quarter.

Lakota East senior center Alex White had 18 points and 12 rebound (double-double). Senior guard Mitchell Mays added 12 points and three assists. Senior forward Adam Dieball had nine points and five rebounds.

Next up East will host Princeton this Friday night at the Hawks Nest.

 

 

12/12 Princeton won 72-42 3-1 2-0

Hawks Rout Vikings

Lakota Eas (3-1)t put on an offensive and defensive clinic against visiting Princeton last Friday to down the Vikings 72-42 and move to 2-0 in the GMC. The Hawks swamped Princeton in the first half, totally dominating the action. East led 33-11 after two quarters, shooting 72% and holding Princeton to 21%. East led by as many as 40 points in the contest.

East got the usual Alex White effort who scored 21points to lead all scorers. He also collected 9 rebounds. There were also key contributions from a host of "off-the-bench" players including Chris Blounts (13 points) and Ryan Middendorf (11 points).

The Hawks will host district nemisis, Lakota West (1-2), on Tuesday.

 

 

12/16 Lakota West won 56-34 4-1 3-0

East Beats West!

Early foul trouble didn't slow down the East boys basketball machine on Tuesday as the Thunderhawks defeated rival West 56-34. Playing without two senior starters and putting themselves in early foul trouble led to some anxious moments early in the contest. East's big guys, Alex White and Adam Dielball picked up two fouls early in the game and had to sit most of the 1st 16 minutes. The Hawks held a slim 5-point advantage at the half.

The second half was a different story. The East defense turned it up a notch, or two, holding West to just 2 field goals in the final two quarters while pounding the ball inside over the size disadvantaged Firebirds.

Alex White led all scorers with 18 points. Adam Dieball added 16. Senior Chris Blount came off the bench once again and added a spark with his 8 points.

Next up East (4-1) will visit Colerain (0-3) this Friday, Dec. 19th.

The Thunderhawks ht the road over winter break to the tropical region of South Florida. East has been invited to compete in the 25th edition of the Junior Orange Bowl Basketball Classic tournament in Miami, Florida. The event will feature its widest array of basketball talent ever when it tips off on December 27th at Ronald Reagan High School in Doral, FL.  Top high school basketball talent from Oklahoma, Ohio, Illinois, Pennsylvania, Virginia, & Florida will be showcased at the 4-day event.

East will play their first game on Saturday, Dec. 27th against Monsignor Pace HS of Miami, FL. They are scheduled for additonal games on Monday, Dec. 29th and Tuesday, Dec. 30th. More information on the Junior Orange Bowl Basketball Classic can found at www.jrorangebowl.org  or on Face Book at https://www.facebook.com/JuniorOrangeBowlBasketballClassic

 
12/19 @ Colerain won 74-20 5-1 4-0

Hawks Rout Cardinals

Lakota East boys won a lopsided contest against Colerain on Friday, Dec. 19th by a score of 74-20. The winning point spread of 54 points is a new program record. East led 42-9 at the half.

Every player but one on the roster scored in the contest. The team was led by Alex White's 15 points. Chris Blount came off the bench to score 12 and Ryan Middendorf added 11. Andrew Emrick dished out 7 assists on the night.

 
12/27

@ Junior Orange Bowl Classic

vs. Monsignor Pace (Miami, FL)

won 86-60 6-1 4-0

The Lakota East Boys Basketball Team journeyed to Miami, Florida over Winter Break and were crowned champions of the 26th annual Jr. Orange Bowl Classic. The prestigious tourney was played at Reagan HS in Doral, Florida and showcased some significant basketball talent.

 

East defeated Monsignor Pace HS (FL) 86-60 in the opening round on Saturday, Dec. 27th. The team scored the seond highest point total in program history, shooting a whopping 76% from the field field (40-53). Alex White led the Hawks with 24 points and 9 rebounds in the contest.

 
12/29

@ Junior Orange Bowl Classic

vs. Miami Christian

won 53-49 7-1 4-0 East advanced to the tournament final with a 53-49 win over Miami Christian on Monday, Dec. 29th.  
12/30

@ Junior Orange Bowl Classic

vs. Pembroke Pines

won 56-51 8-1 4-0

The Hawks outlasted Pembroke Pines 56-41 on Tuesday, Dec. 30th to claim the tourney title. Dylan Lowry hit 4 key free throws with less than a minute to play to secure the victory. The team was led by Alex White's 16 points and Mitchell Mays with 15 points. Throughout the tournament it was a true team victory with all players making positive contributions in all phases of the game.

Besides winning the 2014 Junior Orange Bowl Basketball Classic this past week, the team took part in the annual community outreach program the tournament hosts each year. On Monday, East teamed up with Paul VI Catholic HS girls bball team to lift up the spirits of the clients at the WOW Center which provides programs for adult individuals with developmental disabilities. The enormous amount of good will and positive feedback from both teams and individuals at the WOW Center made this a key part of the week's activities in Florida.

Lakota East extends their overall record to 8-1 (4-0 GMC) and will get back into conference action on Tuesday, January 6th at Oak Hills (5-2, 3-1).

 
1/6 @ Oak Hills won 58-57 9-1 5-0

East boys Bball escapes Tuesday night with a 58-57 win at Oak Hills. The Hawks led by 7 with less than a minute to play but struggled at the free throw line to stop a Highlander upset bid. Oak Hills missed a free throw with 3 seconds left to play that would have sent the game to overtime.

Four players scored in double figures for East. Alex White notched a double-double with 12 rebounds and 12 points. The Hawks go to 9-1 overall and 5-0 in GMC. Next up they will host Fairfiled on Friday, Jan. 9th.

 
1/9 Fairfield lost 56-50 9-2 5-1

East boys were upset by Fairfield on Friday by a score of 56-50. The Hawks fell behind early on hot shooting by the Indians and could never catch up. East trailed at the half 23-14. The Hawks cut the margin to 4 late in the fourth quarter but that as close as it got.

East (9-2, 5-1) was led by Mitchell Mays 17 points and Alex Whites double-double of 14 points and 11 rebounds. Next up the Hawks visit Middletown on Friday, Jan. 16th.

 
1/16 @ Middletown won 66-51 10-2 6-1

The boys bball team got back on track last Friday with a convincing 66-51 win at Middletown. East built an 18 point first half lead and were never really threatened by the Middies. Alex White and Dylan Lowry led the Hawks with 17 and 14 points respectively. Adam Dieball tossed in 9 while Chris Bates added 8,

Next up the Hawks (10-2) will host Lebanon (7-4) on Tuesday, Jan. 20th.

 
1/20 Lebanon won 61-35 11-2 6-1

East boys handed Lebanon a 61-35 defeat at home on Tuesday, Jan. 20th. The Hawks led 33-17 at the half and never trailed in the contest. Alex White and Dylan Lowry led East offensively with 17 and 14 points respectively. Lowry also dished out 5 assists while White dominatied the boards with 8 carooms.

The boys are 11-2 overall and 6-1 in the GMC. They will host Oak Hills on Friday, January 23rd.

 
1/23 Oak Hills won 54-47 12-2 7-1

East got by Oak Hills on Friday by a score of 54-47. As usual the Highlanders played the Hawks tough and led 3 at the half. East fought their way back in the game after some early foul issues to Alex White. The Hawks took a late third quarter lead and held on for their 12 win of the season against 2 losses.

Three East players scored in double figures; Andrew Emrick 12, Chris Bates 11 and Alex White 10. White finished with another double-double notching 10 caroms.

Next up East will visit Princeton on Tuesday, Jan. 27th.

 
1/27 @ Princeton won 81-63 13-2 8-1

Last night Lakota East defeated Princeton 81-63. Four Thunderhawks scored in double figures; Alex Whtie 21, Dylan Lowrey 15, Adam Dieball 14 and Mitchell Mays 12. Both Dieball and White notched double-doubles with 11 and 10 rebounds respectively. Lowry dished out 8 assists on the night and also produced 4 steals.

Of note....

Senior Dylan Lowry is the new Lakota East All-Time Assists leader surpassing 2004 East graduate Jeremy Sallee. So far, Sallee has amassed 261 assists in his career at Lakota East. CONGRATULATIONS DYLAN!

Next up East (13-2, 8-1) will host Sycamore on Friday, Jan. 30th.

 
1/30 Sycamore won 59-43 14-2 9-1

The Thunderhawks got by a determined Sycamore team on Friday night by a score of 59-43. The two teams were tied at 28 at the half on some very hot outside shooting by the Aves. The East defense stepped it up in the 2nd half outscoring Sycamore 31-15.

East got a big night from senior Alex White who produced 21 points and continued his rebouding rampage with 11. Unofficially, White is closing in on the Lakota 1000 point club with a 4-year total of 960. He has 710 career rebounds, 28 short of tying the Lakota District record of 738 set by Rich "Small" Hendrix in 1964. White is already the Lakota East carrer leader in most of the school's rebounding records.

East's all-time assists leader, Dylan Lowry, added to his lofty numbers on Friday evening. Lowry dished out 11 to his teammates. Mitchell Mays got into double figures with 10 points.

East is now 14-2 overall and 9-1 in the GMC. They will play their second to last home game this Tuesday night against Colerain.

 
2/3 Colerain won 72-41 15-2 10-1
It was a "tale of two halves" last night when Colerain visited Lakota East.  The Cardinals "shot the lights out" shooting over 70% in the first half.  East managed to stay the course and led by 6 at the half.  The 2nd half the Hawks played inspired defense and built a 30+ point lead, holding Colerain to only 15 points in the last two quarters.  Final score:  East 72 Colerain 41.  

Senior Alex White continues to bear down on some notable Lakota School District statistical records.  Last night he had a monster night for the Hawks with 25 points and 14 rebounds.  Mitchell Mays hit some important 3-pointers and Dylan Lowry dished 5 assists.  

East goes to 15-2 overall and 10-1 in the GMC (2nd place).  Their next four games are away with a visit to Hamilton this Friday night.  The Hawks will meet Mason for their regular season home finale on Friday, Feb. 20th.  
 
2/6 @ Hamilton won 83-78 16-2 11-1

HAWKS ESCAPE IN OT!

The Thunderhawks got all the wanted at Hamilton last Friday night. East avoided a 24-point come from behind effort by Hamilton to win on overtime by a score of 83-78. East led 56-31 after three quarters of play. In the 4th quarter Big Blue came on strong sinking long bombs from behind the arc to even the scored at 70 in the final few seconds and sending the game to OT.

The OT period didn't start well for East who found themselves down 4 in the first few minutes. A long trey by Mitchell Mays and some critical free throw shooting down the stretch by Dylan Lowry helped the Hawks overcome what was almost a GMC knockout punch. East shot 72% from three point land to just barely beat Hamilton's 67%.

Four East players collected double figure scoring: Mitchell Mays 23 (5-9 3-pointers), Dylan Lowry 20, Alex White 19 and Adam Dieball 11. Dieball and Lowry both dished out 7 assists.

Alex White broke into the 1000 point career club with a basket midway thru the 2nd quarter. He now unoffically has 1014 total points ranking him 8th all-time in Lakota School District record books. White needs only 2 more rebounds to become the Lakota Districts all-time leading rebounder. Congratulations Alex!

On Tuesday night East (16-2,11-1) will get another shot at the team who has given them their only GMC loss (at Fairfield).

 
2/10 @ Fairfield won 57-48 17-2 12-1

Lakota East enacted some "revenge" and kept their GMC title hopes alive with a tough road game win against Fairfield on Tuesday. Final score Hawks 57 and Indians 48. The tough victory avenges a 56-50 loss on January 9th in the Hawks Nest. Fairfiled never led in the game and got as close as 38-36 with 6:00 minutes left.

With the win, East (17-2 12-1) keeps pace with undefeated Mason (17-0, 13-0) in the GMC conference race. The two teams meet for their regular season finale on Feb. 20th.

Alex White made his 6-7" prescence known in last nights physically bruising contest. The GMC's leading scorer and rebounder was a force with his 12th double-double of the season. White finished with 26 points and 12 rebounds.

Dylan Lowry continues to be a strong reason for East's success down the final stretch of the season. Lowry had 17 points and was 7/8 from the charity stripe.

A big away game against our district rival is this Friday night at Lakota West. East will be focused on not overlooking the Firebirds and extend their 8-game winning streak.

 
2/13 @ Lakota West won 48-37 18-2 13-1

Hawks Down Firebirds!

Lakota East boys basketball turned away upset minded Lakota West last Friday, Feb. 13 by a score of 48-37. West led at the half but East found their groove in the 4th quarter to pull away.  Alex White went 12-for-13 from the floor and scored a game-high 25 points for the Thunderhawks.Mitchell Mays scored 15 points and Dylan Lowry had 12 points and 10 rebounds for No. 3 Lakota East.

 
2/17 @ Sycamore won 76-46 19-2 14-1

East Bombs Aviators

The Thunderhawks didn't look ahead last night and came away with a convincing 76-46 win at Sycamore. East led by as many 35 in the contest to keep pace in the GMC race. Three players scored double figures; Alex White 25, Michell Mays 15 (5 trays), and Dylan Lowry 12. Lowry put points into other teammates hands with 10 assists.

The win sets up a classic GMC Showdown for the league title this Friday. East needs a victory over visiting undefeated Mason (19-0, 15-0) to share the title with the Comets. Friday's contest is the only meeting this season between the two schools.

***SPECIAL NOTE.....To accommodate a large contingent of Senior Night recognitions thie Friday the Freshman game will start at 4:00 PM and the JV at 5:30 PM.

Fans are encouraged to arrive early as a capacity crowd is expected.

The Hawks are the 3# seed in the upcoming OHSAA Sectional Tournament. East will play Edgewood in the 1st round,, Friday, Feb. 27th at Lakota West at 5:30 PM.

 
2/20 Mason won 63-62 20-2 15-1

EAST WINS OT THRILLER OVER MASON

The date Feb. 20th was circled on the boys basketball schedule all season since the Hawks suffered their only confernece loss to Fairfield in early January. Last Friday night at the Hawks Nest, the date nobody wanted to talk about for several weeks,lived up to all the "hype." A capacity crowd witnessed the Thunderhawks snatch a share of the 2015 GMC title from Mason in a GMC classic for both schools. The Comets entered the game undefeated and ranked No. 1 in the city and #2 in the state rankings. East's 63-62 overtime win on Firday earns the boys program their third GMC Championship after winning league titles in 2005 and 2011.

East extended its winning streak to 11. The Thunderhawks are 20-2 overall and 15-1 in the GMC, while the Comets fell to 19-1, 15-1.

East led by as many as 13 points in the contest but could never put away the Comets. Mason tied the game on a three-point dagger with less than 5 seconds remaining in regulation. They took their first lead of the game early in OT. Less than 30 seconds later though, Mitchell Mays hit a huge 3-pointer to give East a lead they would never relinquish. Dylan Lowry was perfect from the charity stripe down the stretch hittting 4-4 free throws to keep Mason from earning their first outright GMC title and spoil their first ever undefeated season.

Mays led East with 17 points followed by Lowry and Alex White with 15 each. White, playing sick most of the evening, finished with 8 rebounds.

Adam Dieball contributed six points, four assists and three boards for East, and he was one of eight seniors to be honored during a pregame Senior Night ceremony. The others were Chris Bates, Isaiah Boaz, Chris Blount, Brad Buckenmyer, Mays, Lowry and White.

White became the Lakota School District’s all-time leader in games played (88) Friday. He’s fifth in district history in scoring with 1,099 points and is about to pass No. 4 Rich Hendrix (1,108). White is also the districts all-time leading rebounder with a career total of 771.

The Thunderhawks, seeded third in Cincinnati, will begin Division I sectional play against Edgewood at 5:30 p.m. on Friday at Lakota West.

 

 

2/27

SECTIONAL

vs. Edgewood

won 78-40 21-2 15-1

EAST BOYS ROUT EDGEWOOD

The only question mark for the Thunderhawk boys basketball team Friday night was what would be the final winning margin as East defeats Edgewood by a score of 78-40. The Cougars were never in this game. East led 26-8 after the first quarter with their bench players getting alot of action.

Three players scored in double figures; Alex White 16, Mitchell Mays (3-4 three-pointers) 13 and Ryan Middendorf 10. Dylan Lowry dished 10 assists and scored 9.

Alex White moves into 4th place on the all-time Lakota Schools scoring list behind Dan Hutzelman (1211). Lowry climbs to 3rd all-time on the Lakota District assist chart with a total of 320 career assists behind Keith Gregors 350 (2nd).

East (21-2) will play Winton Woods (#24 seed) on Tueeday night at Hamilton with tio off at 7:30 PM.

 
3/3

SECTIONAL

vs. Winton Woods

won 65-49 22-2 15-1

HAWKS ADVANCE IN POSTSEASON

A late 4th quarter surge helped the East boys basketball team hold off a determined Winton Woods squad and send the Thunderhawks to the Sectioanl Final on Tuesday night at Hamilton. East advances in the tourney with a 65-49 victory and build their overall record to 22-2.

It took almost all four quarters of the contest for East to put away the Warriors. A Winton Woods stickback brought the Warriors within 50-44 with 4:50 left. East then ran off 14 consecutive points, seven by Dylan Lowry, to squelch the upset bid.

Alex White had 20 points and 11 rebounds for the third-seeded Thunderhawks (22-2), who pushed their winning streak to 13. Lowry had 17 points and Adam Dieball added 11. Mitchell Mays tallied six points and five rebounds for the Thunderhawks. He opened the second half with back-to-back 3-pointers to extend the lead to 38-25. Lowry chipped in four steals.

East will meet No. 4 seed Elder (21-2) for a sectional title at 7:30 p.m. on Friday at Xavier University’s Cintas Center. The contest was originally scheduled at Hamilton, but changed to accommodate an expected large crowd for a GMC-GCL double header that evening. A potential Mason vs. LaSalle game may proceed the East battle if both teams advance following their sectional games scheduled for Wednesday night.

"A physical slugfest is expected when the Thunderhawks square off with Elde," said East head coach Clint Adkins. The two teams haven’t met since the Panthers knocked East out of the tournament with a 56-53 decision on Feb. 22, 2008. The winner will advance to the District Championship game on Saturday, March 14th at UD Arena.

 
3/6

SECTIONAL FINAL

vs. Elder @ Cintas

lost 57-46 22-3 15-1

Hawks Fall in Sectional Final

The Thunderhawks story book season came to an abrupt close last Friday with a season ending 57-46 loss to Elder in the Sectional finale. The loss was difficult for the 8 seniors who made lasting contributions, both individually and collectively to the East boys bball program.

East was able to build a 10-point lead in the first half with some great defense and timely shooting. Elder roared back in the third quarter with a barrage of three pointers and ended with their own lead of 41-35 going into the final frame. The Hawks struggled to effectively get the ball to their key post players in the fourth, falling behind by as many as 12. East was forced to foul in the last few minutes and the Panthers made free throws to eliminate East and advance.

Adam Dieball led East with 11 points (2-3's), Dylan Lowry also had 11 and Alex White scored 10 and grabbed 11 rebounds.

The 2014-15 Hawks will go down in the record books as one of the most successful teams in East basketball history. Their final overall record of 22-3 ranks 2nd all-time (2010-11, 23-2). The team won their 3rd GMC title as co-champs with Mason. They were crowned Jr. Orange Bowl Classic Champs over the winter break.

Individually, Alex White rewrote the East and Lakota District record books in several categories. See Alex's final noteworthy career accolades below:

GMC PLAYER OF THE YEAR FOR 2014-15

MOST REBOUNDS IN A CAREER (EAST/DISTRICT) 801

MOST GAMES PLAYED IN A CAREER (EAST/DISTRICT) 91

4TH ALL TIME POINTS SCORED 1145 (DISTRICT)

2ND ALL TIME POINTS SCORED 1145 (EAST)

2ND ALL TIME SHOTS BLOCKED (DISTRICT)

1ST ALL TIME BLOCKED SHOTS 135 (EAST)

LED GMC IN SCORING/REBOUNDS IN 2014-15

1ST TEAM ALL GMC

Senior Dylan Lowry also made his mark on East records durning his HS career:

ALL TIME ASSIST LEADER 324 (EAST)

1ST TEAM ALL GMC

3RD ALL TIME ASSISTS 324 (DISTRICT)

4TH ALL TIME STEALS 107 (EAST)

GMC ASSIST LEADER PER GAME IN 2014-15 (5.7 PPG)

Mitchell Mays was a 1st team All GMC honoree. Mays ended his career with the 3rd highest total of trays in a season (47) by a Thunderhawk.

Adam Dieball led the GMC in field goal % with a avg. 68.1 (2nd all time for East). Adam was a 2nd team All GMC recipient.

Thank you and congratulations to each player and coach on a special Thunderhawk Basketball season.

 

 

 
               
               
               
               
               

 

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Girls Basketball

  Season Stats

Date Opponent W/L Score  Overall
Record
 GMC
Record
Game Highlights
GaGame Stats 
11/28 McAuley lost 40-39 0-1 0-0

Lakota East girls basketball team lost a close one on their opening game in the GCCL/GMC Shootout 40-39 to McAuley HS on Friday, Nov. 28th. Sam Rodgers recorded her first double-double of the year with 23 points and 11 rebounds. East played outstanding defense holding McCauley into shooting 24% from the floor. Missed free throws towards the end of the contest hurt the Lady Hawks chances.

Next game is Wednesday Dec. 3 at Fairfield.

 
12/3 @ Fairfield won 50-36 1-1 1-0

The Girls basketball team earned their first win of the season on Wednesday when they defeated GMC foe Fairfield by a score of 50-36. The victory is new head coach Jill Phillips first career coaching win as a Thunderhawk.

Leah Goodwin led all scorers with 14 points and Kandance Satterwhite chipped in 11. It was another great defensive effort by the Thunderhawks holding Fairfield to just 36 points while only committing 8 turnovers.

Next up East will visit Middletown on Saturday, Dec. 6th. Varsity tipoff at 2:00 PM.

 

 
12/6 @ Middletown won 52-34 2-1 2-0

Lakota East girls’ basketball team is now 2-0 in conference play by beating the Middletown Middies 52-34 on Saturday. Balanced scoring was lead by Kandance Satterwhite and Sam Rodgers each with 13. Nia Thomas had 9 while Tristan Philpot had 8 and Kim Blomer 7.

The girls host their first home game on Wednesday against Mason.

 
12/10 Mason lost 56-31 2-2 2-1

The Lady Hawks lost their first GMC game on Wednesday night to third ranked Mason by a score of 56-31. Kandance Satterwhite led all scorers with 10 points and 6 rebounds.

Next matchup is Saturday at Colerain.

 
12/13 @ Colerain won 60-24 3-2 3-1

The girls basketball team responded well over the weekend with a 60-24 win over Colerain to move to 3-1 in the GMC. Three players scored in double figures Sam Rodgers, Kandance Satterwhite and Leah Goodwin. It was a total team effort by forcing Colerain into 30 turnovers, which turned into 29 points.

Next game is this Wednesday when the Lady Hawks (3-2) will host district rival Lakota West (4-1).

 
12/17 Lakota West lost 64-40 3-3 3-2

The Lakota East girls lost on Wednesday against Lakota West by a score of 64-40. Nia Thomas and Sharmaine Willis lead the pack with 10 and 8 points respectfully.

The Lady Hawks will host Princeton on Saturday, Dec. 20th. Over the winter break they play two games, at Westerville South on Sunday, Dec. 28th and home against Beavercreek on Tuesday, Dec. 30th.

 
12/20 Princeton won 78-59 4-3 4-2

The East Girls Basketball team had a very productive Holiday Break with wins over two reigning state championship teams and a historically tough GWOC program.

Head coach Jill Phillips got a 78-59 win against her former team, the defending Division 1 State Champion Princeton Vikings on Saturday, Dec. 20th. It was a total team effort as three players scored in double figures; Kandance Satterwhite 17, Sam Rodgers 11, and Ekene Azuka 11. Rodgers and Azuka also recorded a double double with 11 and 13 rebounds respectfully.

 
12/28 @ Butler KY won 55-49 5-3 4-2 The Lady Hawks got a hard earned 55-49 win against the reigning Kentucky state champions Butler High School on Sunday, Dec. 28th. Sam Rodgers had another double-double with 18 points and 12 rebounds. Kim Bloomer also had a career high night of 13 points. Next game is Tuesday against Beavercreek in the GMC/GWOC shootout hosted at East.  
12/30 Beavercreek won 47-30 6-3 4-2

East defeated always tough Beavercreek HS 47-30 on Tuesday, Dec. 30th. in the GMC vs. GWOC Shootout at Laktota East. The Hawks led 22-12 at the half and never looked back. The team was led by Kandance Satterwhite with 11 points and Nia Thomas with 10.

The team improved their overall record to 6-3 (4-2 GMC). Next up East will visit Winton Woods on Saturday, January 3rd.

 
1/3 @ Winton Woods won 43-29 7-3 4-2

Lakota East girls baskeball won their fourth consecutive game last Saturday defeating Winton Woods, 43-29. After only being up 1 at half, East outscored WW by 13 in the second half. Leading scorers were Kim Blomer with 13 along with Kandance Satterwhite and Leah Goodwin each with 7.

Next game is Wednesday at home against Sycamore.

 
1/7 Sycamore won 65-33 8-3 5-2

East girls basketballmade it 5 in a row on Wednesday witha 65-33 blow out against Sycamore. The Lady Hawks made it a total team effort in the victory. Leading scorers were Sam Rodgers with 18 and Kandance Satterwhite with 13.

Lakota East moved to #5 in the latest city polls. Next home game is Saturday against Oak Hills. East is 8-3 overall and 5-2 in the GMC.

 
1/10 Oak Hills won 54-22 9-3 6-2

SIX IN A ROW!

Lakota East girls bball kept their consecutive game winning streak alive last Saturday wiith a win against Oak Hills 54-22. Kandance Satterwhite led with 18 points followed by Sharmaine Wills with 12. The East defense forced Oak Hills into 33 turnovers while having 22 steals on the night.

Next game for the Lakota East girls (9-3,6-2) is Thursday Jan. 15 at Hamilton.

 
1/15 @ Hamilton won 67-44 10-3 7-2

LADY HAWKS WIN 7TH STRAIGHT

The Lakota East continued to roll on Thursday night with a 67-44 win at Hamilton. The victory stretches their win streak to 7 in a row. The Hawks got double digit scoring from three players; Sam Rodgers 16, Kandance Satterwhite 13, Nia Thomas 10 and Tristan Philpot 10. East built a 33-17 lead by the half and never let up. Ekene Azuka also had a career high 10 rebounds.

Next up East (10-3) will host Fairmont on Saturday, Jan. 17th at 2:00 PM.

 
1/17 Fairmont won 59-52 11-3 8-2

Eight Straight!

Lakota East girls continue to improve to 11-3 beating Kettering Fairmont 59-52 last Saturday. The Lady Hawks led by 4 at the half in the close. The Hawks shot 50% from the field in the game. Leading scorer was Kandance Satterwhite with 18.

East is back in action tomorrow night at Mount Notre Dame.

 
1/20 @ MND lost 52-31 11-4 8-2

Lakota East girls lost last Tuesday night to Mount Notre Dame 52-31.The loss stops a record breaking 8 game winning streak against one of the city's top teams. Kandace Satterwhite and Sam Rodgers each lead with 7 points.

The Lady Hawks (11-4) return to league play Saturday at home against Colerain.

 
1/24 Colerain won 69-33 12-4 9-2

This past Saturday LEHS girls won 69-33 against Colerain. Leading scorers for the game were Tristan Philpot with 16 and Kandance Satterwhite with 11.

Next home game is Wednesday against Middletown East is 12-4 overall and 9-2 in the GMC.

 
1/28 Middletown won 63-34 13-4 10-2

Lakota East girls improve to 13-4 with a win Wednesday night over Middletown by a score of 63-34. Kim Blomer led the balanced scoring attack with 14 points. While Alecia Catron followed with 9, making 3-4 3-pointers.

East will be at Lakota West (15-2) on Saturday, January 31st.

 
1/31 @ Lakota West lost 67-40 13-5 10-3

The East girls fell to district rival, Lakota West, on Saturday, by a score of 67-40. East trailed 33-17 at the half. West shot an amazing 83% from behind the 3-point line on the afternoon. Kandance Satterwhite's 10 points was best for East.

Next up the Lady Hawks (13-5, 10-3) will travel to Princeton for a contest on Wednesday, Feb. 4th.

 
2/4 @ Princeton won 64-32 14-5 11-3

Lakota East girls improve to 14-5 with a win on Wednesday against Princeton, 64-32. Sam Rodgers led the pack with 19 points, setting a new school record with 5 3’s in a game. Trailing behind was Kandance Satterwhite with 11.

Next game is Saturday at Oak Hills.

 
2/7 @ Oak Hills won 74-34 15-5 11-3

Lakota East girls beat Oak Hills this past Saturday 74-34. Three players scored in double figures: Sam Rodgers and Nia Thomas each had 14. Leah Goodwin also had 11.

Next home game is Wednesday at Sycamore. For the tournament draw the girls first game will be Thursday Feb. 19th against Northwest at 7pm at Harrison High School. East is the #6 seed.

 
2/11 @ Sycamore won 50-37 16-5 12-3 Lakota East girls won at Sycamore 50-37 last Wednesday night. Kandance Satterwhite led all scorers with 15 points trailing behind was Sam Rodgers with 9. Ekene Azuka also had a big night by contributing 8 points and 8 rebounds.  
2/14 Fairfield lost 45-43 16-6 12-4

The Lady Hawks suffered only their sixth loss of the season last Saturay afternoon on senior night. East took a two-point lead into the final quarter but fell short on a poor shooting day. Kandance Satterwhite led East with 15 points. Sam Rodgers added 12. The Hawks finish third in the league with a GMC record of 12-4.

The girls first tourney game will be Thursday Feb. 19th against Northwest at 7pm at Harrison High School. East is the #6 seed.

 
2/19

SECTIONAL

vs. Northwest

@ Harrison

won 62-21 17-6 12-4

LADY HAWKS WIN TOURNEY OPENER!

The Lakota East girl's basketball team swamped Northwest last Thursday, 62-41 to advance in the sectional tourney. This one was not close from the beginning as the Lady Hawks outscored Northwest 29-12 in the first two quarters. It only got worse from there for Northwest.

Kandance Satterwhite and Kim Blomer both lead that pack with 10 points a piece.

East will play #12 seed Winton Woods (14-5) on Tuesday, 7:30 PM at Harrison.

 
2/24

SECTIONAL

vs. Glen Este

won 38-37 18-6 12-4

LADY HAWKS ADVANCE!

Kandance Satterwhite's layup with 3.7 seconds reminaing sends East to a 38-37 win over Winton Woods Tuesday night in the OHSAA Sectional tourney. Satterwhite finished with a game-high 16 points. Junior forward Sam Rodgers recorded a double-double with 13 points and 12 rebounds.

East advances to the Sectional Final this Friday night, 7:00 PM at Harrison against Glen Este. The Trojans defeated Seton 57-35 to punch their ticket to the finals.

 

 
2/27

SECTIONAL FINAL

vs. Glen Este

won 48-34 19-6 12-4

SECTIONAL CHAMPS!

Lakota East girls basketball defeated Glen Este 48-34 on Friday night to claim a Sectional Championship and advance to the District Final. The Lady Hawks built a 22-11 lead at the intermission. Their record advances to 19-6 overall and ties the all-time program win mark from 2010-11.

Sam Rodgers recorded another double double with 14 points and 10 rebounds. Leah Goodwin also had 11 points.

The OHSAA Division 1 District Championship is scheduled for Saturday at Harrison against Mount Notre Dame. Game time is slated for 3:00 PM. The winner will make the round of 16 and advance to Regionals.

 
3/6

DISTRICT FINAL

vs. MND

lost 52-48 19-7 12-4

Lady Hawks Lose Heartbreaker

The East girls basketball team snuck up on everyone this season with one of their program's best ever seasons. Even a loss to #2 ranked Mount Notre Dame in the district finale last Saturday doesn't dampen the efforts and strides that an underated Lady Hawk team accomplished in 2014-15. The team finished 19-7 with the 52-48 loss to MND at Harrison.

Kandance Satterwhite scored 11 points and the Thunderhawks overcame Mount Notre Dame's 20-10 first-half rebounding advantage to lead, 29-25, at halftime.) The Thunderhawks shot 52.6 percent (10-of-19) in that half.

After trailing by four at halftime, the Cougars earned a 38-38 tie going into the fourth quarter before taking the lead for good on an unusual five-point possession.

Senior Satterwhite finished with 19 points to lead all scorers. Head coach, Jill Phillips, helped the East girls to post a record tying 19 wins (2010-11, 19) in her first season at the Lady Hawk helm.

CONGRATULATIONS TO ALL THE PLAYERS AND COACHES ON AN EXCELLENT SEASON!

 

 
               
               
               

 

 

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Chess

Date Opponent W/L Score GMC
Record
Lakota East Results
11/4 @ Princeton won 4-1 1-0 The Lakota East Chess team has returned in 2014 under new head coach Pat Krieder. The team traveled to Princeton Tuesday, Nov. 4th and returned with their first victory of the season. Weston Lindner, Dzhamal Sarvalov, Andrew Collett and Chester Lindner all recorded checkmates which led the team to a 4-1 victory.
11/6 Colerain lost 4-1 1-1 The Thunderhawk Chess Team hosted the Colerain Cardinals Thursday Nov. 6th and Colerain handed the Thunderhawks their first defeat with a score of 4-1. Chris Schorr from Lakota East won his first match of the season at Board 5.
11/11 @ Mason lost 5-0 1-2 Tuesday afternoon Nov. 11th, the Lakota East Chess team traveled to Mason to challenge the GMC champs from a year ago. Although all five varsity members battled hard through close matches, the Lakota East Chess team lost all five boards losing to Mason 5-0.
11/13 Hamilton lost 4-1 1-3 The Lakota East Chess team hosted Hamilton Thursday, Nov. 13th and lost 4-1. Andrew Collett earned his second win of the season at Board 4. In close matches, the other four boards all went to the Big Blue.
11/18 @ Middletown tie 2.5-2.5 1-3-1

The East Chess Team traveled north to Middletown on Nov. 18th to engage in a strenuous mental battle versus the Middies. Dzhamal Sarvalov won first at board 2 giving the Hawks a 1-0 edge. Then Michael Kaltman and Andrew Collett, at boards 3 and 4, both lost close matches swinging the momentum to the Middies and giving them a 2-1 edge. But Chester Lindner battled back to win board 5 tying the match at 2-2 which brought it all down to board 1.

With approximately 40 spectators quietly watching, Weston Lindner in an extremely tight and exciting match, stalemated his opponent which ended the match in a 2.5 to 2.5 tie. Both teams competed very well in a tremendous chess team battle.

11/20 Oak Hills lost 3-2 1-4-1 The Lakota East Chess team hosted the Highlanders of Oak Hills and East lost a close match 3-2. Michael Kaltman won his first match of the year at Board 3 while Andrew Collett grabbed his third win at Board 4.
11/25 @ West won 4-1 2-4-1

Hawk Chess Team Upends West!

The East Chess team traveled across the township to battle the Lakota West Firebirds on Nov. 25th. Weston Lindner, Michael Kaltman, Andrew Collett and Chester Lindner all secured wins leading the Hawks to a 4-1 victory over West.

The Hawks next host Sycamore on Tuesday, December 2nd, after school in the media center.

12/2 Sycamore lost 5-0 2-5-1 The Lakota East Chess team hosted Sycamore Tuesday afternoon and lost 5-0. Thursday, December 4th, the East Chess team will travel to Fairfield to face the Indian for their final regular season match.
12/4 @ Fairfield lost 4-1 2-6-1

Missing three of their top six with illnesses, the East Chess team traveled to Fairfield to take on the mighty Indians on Thursday. Although Fairfield won the match 4-1, one bright note was sophomore Andrew Jivoin who playing in his first ever varsity match, won at board 4.

Next up for the East Chess team is the GMC Tournament this Monday, December 8th at Sycamore HS.

12/8 GMC Tournament 7th place    

The Lakota East Chess team traveled to Sycamore HS on Monday, Dec 8th for the GMC Chess Tournament. East went with a 2-6-1 record and went 3-6 through the day to end with a 5-12-1 record and a 7th place finish in the league. Weston Lindner, Dzhamal Sarvolov, Michael Kaltman, Andrew Collett, Chester Lindner, Chris Schorr and Justin Smith represented East on boards 1 thru 7 respectively. Both Weston and Dzhamal made the 2nd team All-GMC team. However, all seven players competed well throughout a long and tiring day of Chess.

"We should be very proud of the young men and women who reignited the Chess team at Lakota East," said first year coach Pat Kreider. "They all grew tremendously and learned much about chess throughout the season.”

Congratulation to all the players and Coach K...looking to bigger and better things to come in the years ahead!

           
           
           
           

 

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Gymnastics

Date
Opponent
Placing
Medalist
Highlights
12/11 Turpin Quad at Cincinnati Country Day School(6pm) 1. Lakota East 126.30
2. Turpin 124.85
3. CCD 109.20
 

The Lakota East Gymnastics team opened their season with a win at the Turpin Quad Meet. Below are the team results and top finishers:

Team:
1. Lakota East 126.30
2. Turpin 124.85
3. CCD 109.20

Vault:
2. Kiley Lovejoy- 8.1

Bars:
1. Callie Gnam- 8.275
2. Kiley Lovejoy- 8.15
4. McKenna Devich- 8.0
6. Allison Zimmerman- 7.35

Beam:
1. Kiley Lovejoy- 8.55
2. Callie Gnam- 8.50
6. Allison Zimmerman- 7.825

Floor:
3. Callie Gnam- 8.35
6. Kiley Lovejoy- 8.0

All-Around:
2. Kiley Lovejoy- 32.80
3. Callie Gnam- 32.725
5. Allison Zimmerman- 30.325
6. McKenna Devich- 29.90

The team's next meet is the Forest Hills FlipFest on Saturday, December 20 at Anderson High School.

12/20 Forest Hills Flip Fest at Anderson High School (11am)    

East Gymnastics participated in the Forest Hills Flip Fest on Dec. 20th at Anderson HS and finished 4th out of 16 teams. See highlights below:

Vault
10. Callie Gnam 8.2
11. Kiley Lovejoy 8.2

Bars
11. Callie Gnam 8.25

Beam
6. Callie Gnam 8.65
9. Kelleen Legge 8.55
13. Kiley Lovejoy 8.35

All Around
8. Callie Gnam 33.375

Next up East is at the Indian Cup Invitational at Cincinnati Country Day on Saturday, Dec. 10th.

1/10 Indian Cup at Cincinnati Country Day
School(11am)
   

East Gymnastics participated in the Indian Cup at CCD this past Saturday and finished 3rd out of 12 teams with a score of 131.25. See highlights below:

Bars
3. Callie Gnam 8.575

Floor
3. Kiley Lovejoy 8.9
6. Callie Gnam 8.7

All around
3. Kiley Lovejoy 34.525

Next up is the GMC met at Westside Academy of Gymnastics on Wednesday.

1/14 GMC Meet at Westside Academy of Gymnastics (hosted
by Oak Hills) (6pm)
   

East participated in the Oak Hills Invitational on Wednesday and came away with a 2nd place overall finish as a team. See individual highlights below:

All around
5. Callie Gnam 33.5

Vault
1. Allison Zimmerman 8.8

Bars
3. Callie Gnam 8.55

Beam
5. Callie Gnam 8.2

Next up Lakota East participates in the Northmont Invite on Monday, Jan. 19th.

1/19 Northmont Invitational at Gem City Gymnastics    

Lakota East placed 7th with a score of 119.7 at the Northmont Invitational this past weekend. Injuries to two gymnasts on the team kept the Hawks from scoring higher. Callie Gnam placed 5th on beam (8.55) and 11th on floor (8.6).

Next up for the Gymnastics team is the Elk Invitational on Saturday, Jan. 24th.

1/24 Elk Invitational    

Lakota East Gymnastics placed 6th with a 122.15 score at the Elk Invitational this past Saturday. Once again the Lady Hawks were without two of its key gymnasts. Callie Gnam placed 4th on bars with a 8.55.

Next up East participates in the Hamilton Invite on Saturday, Feb. 8th.

2/8 Hamilton Invitational (1pm)    

East gymnastics participated in the Hamilton Invitational on Sunday, February 8. Lakota East placed 4th out of 9 teams with a 124.675. The top Lakota East finishers were:

All-Around- Callie Gnam- 4th
Vault- Allison Zimmerman- 7th (8.5)
Bars- Callie Gnam- 3rd (8.7), McKenna Devich 9th (8.25)
Beam- Callie Gnam- 8th (8.6)
Floor- Callie Gnam- 4th (9.025)

Next up for the team are the City Championships at CCD on Saturday, Feb. 21st.

2/21 Cincinnati City Championships at CCD 3rd place  

The Lakota East Gymnastics team finished third overall at this past Saturday's, City Championships at CCD. See results/highlights below:

Vault
4. Allison Zimmerman 8.5

Bars
3. Callie Gnam 8.6
10. McKenna Devich 8.05

Beam
5. Callie Gnam 8.525

Floor
7. Callie Gnam 8.85
10. Allison Zimmerman 8.675

All around
5. Callie Gnam 34.225

Next up East will host the District Championships on Saturday, Feb. 28th.

 

2/28 Districts at Lakota East 6th place  

Lovejoy Headed To State!

Lakota East placed 6th in the District Meet on Saturday with a score of 128.025. Kiley Lovejoy placed 5th on bars and qualified for the State Meet!


Other top finishers were:

Vault:
23. Kelleen Legge 8.1

Bars:
5. Kiley Lovejoy 8.3
13. Callie Gnam 8.05
15. McKenna Devich 8.0

Floor:
20. Callie Gnam 8.75

All-Around:
18. Callie Gnam 32.750

The State Gymnastics Meet is Saturday, March 7th at Hiliard Bradley HS.

3/7

STATE MEET

@ Hilliard Darby HS

   

Lakoa East Gymnast, Kiley Lovejoy represented Lakota East at last Saturday's State Championships at Hilliard Darby HS. Lovejoy finished 28th overall in the bar event amidst some tough competition. Kiley scored a season high on the bars with a score of 8.55.

Congrats to Kiley and her coaches on a successful season!

         
         
         

 

 

 

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Academic Quiz

 Date  Opponent  W/L

 Varsity
Record
12/3 @ Mason

The Academic Quiz team opened their season on Wednesday with a 46-44 loss to Mason. Varsity team #2 also lost 46-36. The JV fell 46-20.

Next up they will host Hamilton on Dec. 10th.

 
12/10 Hamilton

East swept Hamilton on Wednesday. See scores and results below:

1st varsity: 37-25
Jv: 41-37
2nd varsity: 45-36

Next up East is at Fairfield on Wednesday, Dec. 17th.

 
12/17 @ Fairfield

The East Academic Team played at Fairfield on Wednesday. The Hawks won the first varsity match 37-30 and the jv match 35-31. East lost the 2nd varsity match 30-36.

Next up they compete against Lakota West on Wed. January 7th.

 
1/7 Lakota West

East Quizzers Sweep West!

The Lakota East Academic Quiz team took two games from rival West on Wednesday. See scores below:

1st varsity: 48-40
JV: 35-33
2nd varsity: 46-41

The Hawks are 3-3 overall and will visit Princeton on Monday, Jan. 12th.

 
1/12 @ Princeton

Lakota East quizzers swept Princeton HS on Monday. See scores below:

1st varsity 45-27
JV 36-26
2nd varsity 39-29

Next up the brainey Hawks (7-3) host Middletown on Wed. Jan. 14th.

7-3
1/14 Middletown

East quizzers swept Middletown on Wednesday to improve their overall record to 8-3. See scores below:

Varsity 1: 46-27
JV: 42-25
Varsity 2: 45-29

Next up the team is at Oak Hills on Wednesday, Jan. 21st.

8-3
1/21 @ Oak Hills

Lakota split a pair of games with Oak Hills on Wednesday. See scores below:

1st varsity: east won 43-35
JV: east won 35-22
2nd varsity: oak hills won 39-32

Next up the team will host Colerain on Monday, Jan. 26th.

 
1/26 Colerain

East split a pair of varsity matches with Colerain on Monday. See scores below:

1st varsity: East won 43-41
jv: East won 32-19
2nd varsity: Colerain won 41-37

Next up East (11-5) will host Sycamore for the regular season finale on Wednesday, Jan. 28th. The Hawks are currently 2nd in the GMC standings to Mason. The GMC Academic Championship tourney will be held February 7th,

 
1/28 Sycamore

East fell to Sycamore on Wednesday. See results below:

Varsity 1: 35-29
Jv: 38-32
Varsity 2: 44-34

The GMC Academic Championship tourney will be held February 7th at Hamilton.

 
2/7 GMC Championships @ Hamilton

East participated in the GMC Quiz Championships this past Saturday. They defeated Mason, Oak Hills and Hamilton in the prelimminary rounds but fell to Colerain by 1 and missed the finals.

All-in-all East finishes 4th in the league.

 

 

 

 

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Boys Swimming

Date Event
 Team Placings
Highlights/Results
12/2 at Princeton

EAST 69

PRINCETON 72

Results

 

12/4 at Turpin Tri

Turpin 141

East 84

West 54

East competed in a tri-match at Turpin with Lakota West on Thursday. See scores below:

Turpin 141

East 84

West 54

For complete results click here. Next up the team competes against St. Xavier on Wednesday, Dec. 10th at Keating.

12/10 St. X/Ursuline Tri @ Keating

1. St. X blue 208

2. St. X white 137

3. Lakota East 119

4 Lakota West 13

The Boys Swim team competed in a tri meet on Wednesday with St. Xavier and Lakota West. See team scores below:

1. St. X blue 208

2. St. X white 137

3. Lakota East 119

4 Lakota West 13

Click here for complete results of the meet. Next up East competes in a quad meet with Colerain, Mariemont and West at Keating on Saturday, Dec. 13th.

12/13 Quad Colerain/Mariemont @ Keating  

East boys swimming participated in a quad meet on Saturday. See results below:

1. East

2. Mariemont

3. Colerain

4. West

Click here for complete results of the event. Next up East will host Beavercreek at the Lakota YMCA on Tuesday, Dec. 16th.

12/16 Beavercreek @ Lakota Y

Beavercreek 97

East 73

The Beavercreek Beavers defeated East in a dual meet 97-73 on Tuesday.

Next up the Swimming and Diving Teams will compete at the Canton Invitational on Saturday, Dec. 20th.

12/20 at Canton Invite   East competed in the Canton HS Christmas Invite on Saturday, Dec. 20th. See below for meet results.
12/29 Middletown Tri @ Lakota Y  

East boys swimming participated in a trii-meet against Middletown on Monday, Dec. 29th. See below for meet results.

1. Lakota East 118
2. Lakota West 102
3. Middletown High School 28

Next up the swimming and diving teams will compete at the Milford Invitational on Saturday, January 10th.

1/10 at Milford Invtie 1st place

East boys finished first at the Milford Invitational on Jan. 10th. See team finishes below:

1. Lakota East 275
2. Walnut Hills 223
3. Seven Hills 217
4. Lakota West 178
5. Vandalia-Butler 162
6. Milford 99
7. Colerain 80
8. Little Miami 37
9. Purcell Marian 23
10. McNick 8

Next up the team participates in the annual Southwest Coaches Classic Jan. 17-18th.

1/13 at Milford Tri    
1/17 Coaches Classic  

The boys swimming and diving team finished 7th overall at the Southwest Coaches Classic this past weekend. Top 10 teams listed below:

Next up the team will meet Covington Catholic HS at the Lakota Y on Friday, Jan. 23rd.

1/18 Coaches Classic    
1/23 Notre Dame/Cov. Cath tri @Lakota Y   East boys and girls swimming competed in a tri-meet with Notre Dame/Cov. Cath (KY) on Friday, Jan. 23rd. Click below for access to the meet results.
1/24 Oak Hills (Senior night) @Keating  

East boys won out against Oak Hills 181-105 on senior night this past Saturday. For full results click below.

Next up the team competas in a tri-meet with Sycmore and West on Tuesday, Jan. 27th at the Lakota YMCA.

1/27 Sycamore Tri @ Lakota Y  

East boys swam in a tri-meet on Tuesday. See scores below:

1. Sycamore High School 116
2. Lakota West 100
3. Lakota East 81

Next up East participates in a tri-meet at Mason on Friday, Jan. 30th.

1/30 at Mason Tri 1. Mason 122 2. Lakota East 95
3. Lakota West 69

East boys participated in their last regular season meet last Friday at Mason. See team scores below:

1. Mason 122 2. Lakota East 95
3. Lakota West 69

 

2/7 GMC Championships @ Mason 3rd

East boys finished third overall at the GMC Championships at Mason on Saturday. Mason and Sycamore finished 1-2.

Next up is the Sectional Tourney at Keating Center on Friday-Saturday this coming weekend. The top 4 in each event will advance to the District Championships the following weekend.

2/13-14 Sectional at Keating 2nd place

The Boys Swim/Dive Team finished 2nd at the OHSAA Sectional at Keating last weekend. Congratulations to all the District Qualifers below:

Brad Barren 50 Free, 100 Free
Keith Enrico 200 IM, 100 Free
Keith Jessee 100 Fly, 100 Breast
Alec Linder Diving
Josh McDonald 200 Free, 500 Free
Matt McDonald 200 IM, 100 Back
Alex Nucerino 100 Fly, 200 IM
Boys 200 Medley Relay
Boys 200 Free Relay
Boys 400 Free Relay

The OHSAA District Championships are scheduled for Feb. 18-Feb. 21 at Miami University. The event will automatically qualify two (2) in each swimming event to the State Meet, with sixteen (16) at large qualifiers that will be selected on the basis of times recorded in the District Meet. Seven (7) divers will qualify to the State Meet. See meet info below:

District Meet Information

Diving
Boys Tuesday Feb 17
At Miami U
Warmup 5:00 Meet @ 6:00

Swimming- Admission is $6.00
Boys- SATURDAY 2/21/15
Warmups at 9:15 PM
Meet at 10:45 PM

 

2/20-21 District @ Miami U. 5th place

Lakota East boys swimmers and divers placed 5th overall at this past Sunday's District Championships. All the swimmers and divers did a great job at the District Meet. All of the athletes competed with Pride and Heart!

Josh McDonald placed first in the 500 Free also setting a new Southwest Ohio District Meet record in that event. He is the #1 seed going into the State Meet. Job Well done.Our qualifiers to State are as follows:

Brad Barren(200 Medley Relay, 400 Free Relay)
Josh McDonald(200 Medley Relay, 200 Free, 500 Free, 400 Free Relay)
Matt McDonald(, 200 Medley Relay, 200 IM, 100 Back, 400 Free Relay)
Keith Jessee(200 Medley Relay, 100 Fly, 100 Breast, 400 Free Relay)

Congratulations to all the State Qualifiers!!! There will be a school send-off on Main St. in he HS on Thursday morning. Compete results click here.

The OHSAA Division 1 State Championshps will be held this Friday and Saturday in Canton, Ohio.

2/27-28 State Championships at Canton, Ohio  

MCDONALD EARNS STATE TITLE

What a day it was for Lakota East senior Josh McDonald this past weekend. Josh proved he is the best in Ohio by winning the 500 freestyle at the Division 1 OHSAA State Champonships on Saturday in Canton, Ohio.

McDonald defeated a stellar group of swimmers in the event with a time of 4:25.35 (new East record). Josh touched the wall just ahead of second place finsiher Mark Andrew's of Middleetown (4:25.44).

Below are the results from the state meet for all East boys competitors:

200 Medley Relay placed 12th
Matt McDonald
Keith Jessee
Josh McDonald
Brad Barren

400 Free Relay placed 13th
Josh McDonald
Matt McDonald
Brad Barren
Keith Jessee

Josh McDonald 200 Free 6th
500 Free 1st STATE CHAMPION
Matt McDonald 200 IM 14th
100 Back 13th
Keith Jessee 100 Fly 19th
100 Breast 20th

CONGRATULATIONS TO ALL THESE ATHLETES AND COACHES ON A TREMENDOUS SEASON!

       
       
       

 

 

 

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Girls Swimming

Date Event  Team Placings
Highlights/Resutls
12/2 at Princeton

East 93

Princeton 72

Results
12/4 at Turpin Tri

Turpin 143

East 104

West 66

East competed in a tri-match at Turpin with Lakota West on Thursday. See scores below:

Turpin 143

East 104

West 66

For complete results click here. Next up the team competes against Ursuline on Wednesday, Dec. 10th at Keating.

12/10 St. X/Ursuline Tri @ Keating

1. Ursuline 312

2. East 114

3. West 88

East girls swim team competed against Ursuline and West on Wednesday. See team finishes below:

1. Ursuline 312

2. East 114

3. West 88

Click here for complete results of the meet. Next up East competes in a quad meet with Colerain, Mariemont and West at Keating on Saturday, Dec. 13th.

12/13 Quad Colerain/Mariemont @ Keating  

East girls swimming participated in a quad meet on Saturday. See results below:

1. Mariemont

2. Colerain

3. West

4. East

Click here for complete results of the event. Next up East will host Beavercreek at the Lakota YMCA on Tuesday, Dec. 16th.

12/16 Beavercreek @ Lakota Y  

The Lady Beavers defeated the Lady Hawks in a dual meet on Tuesday by a score of 111-59.

Next up the Swimming and Diving Teams will compete at the Canton Invitational on Saturday, Dec. 20th.

12/20 at Canton Invite   East competed in the Canton HS Christmas Invite on Saturday, Dec. 20th. See below for meet results.
12/29 Middletown Tri @ Lakota Y  

East girls swimming participated in a trii-meet against Middletown on Monday, Dec. 29th. See below for meet results.

1. Lakota East 117
2. Lakota West 106
3. Middletown High School 62

Next up the swimming and diving teams will compete at the Milford Invitational on Saturday, January 10th.

1/10 at Milford Invtie 3rd place

The Lady Hawk Swimming team finished 3rd at the Milford Invite on Jan. 10th. See team results below:

1. Walnut Hills 278
2. Lakota West 264
3. Lakota East 243
4. Milford 165
5. Colerain 110
6. McNick 89
7. Cincinnati Christian Schools 59
8. Seven Hills 48
9. Little Miami 19
10. Glen Este 15
11. Amelia 9
12. Purcell Marian 3

Next up the team participates in the annual Southwest Coaches Classic Jan. 17-18th.

1/13 at Milford Tri    
1/17 Coaches Classic    
1/18 Coaches Classic   The girls swimming and diving team participated at the Southwest Coaches Classic this past weekend. Next up they will meet Notre Dame (KY) on Friday, Jan. 23rd at the Lakota YMCA.
1/23 Notre Dame/Cov. Cath tri @Lakota Y   East boys and girls swimming competed in a tri-meet with Notre Dame/Cov. Cath (KY) on Friday, Jan. 23rd. Click below for access to the meet results.
1/24 Oak Hills (Senior night) @Keating  

East girls smashed Oak Hills 193-90 on senior night this past Saturday. For full results click below.

Next up the team competas in a tri-meet with Sycmore and West on Tuesday, Jan. 27th at the Lakota YMCA.

1/27 Sycamore Tri @ Lakota Y  

East girls swam in a tri-meet on Tuesday. See scores below:

1. Sycamore High School 132
2. Lakota West 91
3. Lakota East 76

Next up East participates in a tri-meet at Mason on Friday, Jan. 30th.

1/30 at Mason Tri 1. Mason 167 2. Lakota West 76
3. Lakota East 46

East girls participated in their last regular season meet last Friday at Mason. See team scores below:

1. Mason 167 2. Lakota West 76
3. Lakota East 46

 

2/7 GMC Championships @ Mason  

The girsl swim and dive team finished fourth overall at the GMC Championships at Mason on Saturday. Mason, Sycamore and Lakota West finished 1-2-3.

Next up is the Sectional Tourney at Keating Center on Friday-Saturday this coming weekend. The top 4 in each event will advance to the District Championships the following weekend.

2/13-14 Sectional at Mason 3rd place

The Girls Swim/Dive Team finished 3rd last weekend at the Sectional Championships at Mason. Congratulations to all the Lady Hawk District Qualifiers below:

Kaily Hauck 500 Free
Magen Kelley 200 IM, 100 Back
Sara Liang 100 Breast, 200 IM
Marissa Linder Diving
Morgan McHugh 50 Free
Sarah Yanzsa 50 Free, 100 Fly
Girls 200 Medley Relay
Girls 200 Free Relay
Girls 400 Free Relay

The OHSAA District Championships are scheduled for Feb. 18-Feb. 21 at Miami University. The event will automatically qualify two (2) in each swimming event to the State Meet, with sixteen (16) at large qualifiers that will be selected on the basis of times recorded in the District Meet. Seven (7) divers will qualify to the State Meet. See meet info below:

District Meet Information

Diving
Girls Wednesday Feb 18
At Miami U
Warmup 5:00 Meet @ 6:00

Swimming- Admission is $6.00

Girls- SATURDAY 2/21/15
At Miami U
Warmups at 4:15 PM
Meet at 5:45 PM


2/20-21 District @ Miami U. 19th

East girls swimmers and divers placed 19th overall at this past Sunday's District Championships. As with our boys team, the girls competed well against some very tough competition.

Congratulations on a fine season!

 

2/27-28 State Championships at Canton, Ohio    
       
       
       
       


 

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Wrestling

Date Event
won/lost
 Team Placings-Scores Dual W/L/T Record

Highlights and Results

12/5 @ Ryle, KY      

The Lakota East Wrestling team wrestled in Union, Kentucky.  They wrestled Dixie Heights and Ryle High School in their first competition of the year.  See results below:

 

Lakota East-58 vs. Dixie Heights-15
106: Ben Curry (LAEA) over Victor DeLong (DIHE) (Fall 2:53) 113: Gage Scaggs (DIHE) over (LAEA) (For.) 120: Daniel Roth (LAEA) over Joey Scaggs (DIHE) (Dec 7-4) 126: Sam Roth (LAEA) over Griffin Berter (DIHE) (Fall 1:55) 132: DeAnte Evans (LAEA) over Dylan Goetz (DIHE) (Fall 1:34) 138: Brendan Williams (LAEA) over Austin Nixon (DIHE) (Dec 9-2) 145: James Barrie (DIHE) over (LAEA) (For.) 152: Alec Meszaros (LAEA) over (DIHE) (For.) 160: Eric Day (LAEA) over (DIHE) (For.) 170: Dzhamal Sarvalov (LAEA) over (DIHE) (For.) 182: Matthew Munoz (DIHE) over Drew Katona (LAEA) (Dec 4-0) 195: Kemal Sarvalov (LAEA) over Keegan Cundiff (DIHE) (MD 13-2) 220: Oseji Azuka (LAEA) over (DIHE) (For.) 285: Ryan Durham (LAEA) over Jacon Peters (DIHE) (Fall 1:30)

Ryle-43 vs. Lakota East-30
106: Ben Curry (LAEA) over Shay Horton (RYLE) (Fall 1:45) 113: Aaron Brussart (RYLE) over (LAEA) (For.) 120: Daniel Roth (LAEA) over Andrew Mikkelson (RYLE) (Fall 3:49) 126: Sam Roth (LAEA) over Mitch Toepfert (RYLE) (Fall 1:28) 132: Logan Erdman (RYLE) over DeAnte Evans (LAEA) (Dec 7-5) 138: French Golden (RYLE) over Brendan Williams (LAEA) (Dec 4-1) 145: Cole Kirkland (RYLE) over (LAEA) (For.) 152: Jack Dorne (RYLE) over Alec Meszaros (LAEA) (Fall 1:16) 160: Jon Belk (RYLE) over Eric Day (LAEA) (MD 9-1) 170: Johnny Meiman (RYLE) over Dzhamal Sarvalov (LAEA) (Fall 1:59) 182: Ryan Woolf (RYLE) over Drew Katona (LAEA) (Fall 0:36) 195: Benjamin Lippert (RYLE) over Kemal Sarvalov (LAEA) (Dec 7-5) 220: Oseji Azuka (LAEA) over Vincent Jarvis (RYLE) (Fall 2:14) 285: Ryan Durham (LAEA) over (RYLE) (For.

Next up East participates in the Firebird Invite (Kettering, Ohio) this Saturday, Dec. 13th.

12/13 @ Firebird Invitational (Kettering Fairmont)      

EAST WRESTLER CAPTURES FIREBIRD INVITE

The Lakota East Wrestling team finished 1st at the 10th Annual Firebird Wrestling Classic on Saturday.  It was an outstanding accomplishment as East only had 12 of 14 wrestlers competing in the lineup. 

Claiming championships for East were Ben Curry, Deante Evans and Ryan Durham. Placing 2nd were Daniel Roth, Sam Roth and Oseji Azuka.  Placing 3rd was Jamal and Kamal Sarvalov.  Placing 4th was Drew Katona.  In the 4 years that East has attended this event, they have placed 1st twice and 2nd twice. See team scores and full individual results below:

TEAM STANDINGS

  1. Lakota East (LE)                       270
  2. Hilliard Bradley (HB)                  259
  3. Wapakoneta (W)                        257
  4. Fairmont (F)                              237
  5. Tecumseh (T)                            177
  6. Vandalia-Butler (VB)                  134
  7. Stebbins (S)                              108
  8. Carroll (C)                                 103
  9. Beavercreek Black (B)               16
  10. Trotwood (T)                             15

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS

106 (round-robin)
1st – Curry (LE)
2nd – D’Ambrosi (HB)
3rd – Jobe (VB)
4th – Danber (B)

120
1st – Biteman (T) pinned D. Roth (LE), 1:35
3rd – Cooper Butts (F) pinned Roberds (F), 2:20

126
1st – Berry (C) maj dec S. Roth (LE), 9-1
3rd – Wilhelm (C) dec Gardikes (UA), 7-5

132
1st – Evans (LE) pinned Bowen (S), 3:58
3rd – Robenalt (W) dec Snider (HB), 7-3

170
1st – Driscoll (HB) pinned C. Newman (W), 3:16
3rd – J. Sarvalov (LE) inned Riley (C), :26

182
1st – Hall (W) dec H. Newman (W), 2-1
3rd – Yeo (HB) dec Katona (LE). 6-3

195
1st – Doucet (F) pinned Kraynak (HB), :44
3rd – K. Sarvalov (LE) pinned Miller (C), 4:21

285
1st – Durham (LE) dec Taylor (T), 6-4
3rd – Hogenbirk (HB) pinned Ball (F), 4:40

Next up East will participate in the prestigious annual Glen Sample Classic at Harrison HS Dec. 20-21.

 

12/20-21 @ Glen Sample Classic (Harrison H.S.) 8th place    

The Wrestling team participated in the Glen Sample Coaches Classic on Dec. 20-21.East places 8th overall at the event held at Harrison HS.  After two grinding days of competition three Lakota East Wrestlers placed.  Ryan Durham(285) placed 2nd, Daniel Roth(120) placed 3rd and Oseji Azuka(220) placed 7th place.  Coach Lehman was very excited with his grapplers as they continue to show improvement week to week. 


Next up East will compete at the 54th annual Brecksville Invitational Holiday Tournament, the nation's oldest continuous running "holiday" tournament.  There will be a record 47 schools including programs from northeast Ohio battling it out with a diverse field of teams from across Ohio and two from the state of Michigan.

12/29-30 @ Brecksville Invitational      

The Lakota East wrestling team competed in the 54th annual Brecksville Invitational Holiday Tournament December 29-30.  This tournament is the nation's oldest continuous running "holiday" tournament.  There was a record 47 schools represented at this prestigious tournament in Northeast Ohio. 

East entered the tournament with four seeded wrestlers; Daniel Roth(4th), Sam Roth(8th), Oseji Azuka(5th), and Ryan Durham(8th) but ended up with only one placer.  Sophomore sensation, Jon Spaulding(HWY), emerged as Lakota’s only placer.  Spaulding was an impressive 3-2 overall during the tournament and battled his way to a strong 7th place finish.  Spaulding is now 8-2 on the year and will continue to take to the mats as Lakota East’s heavyweight.  Spaulding also captured the individual title at heavyweight earlier this year at the Everette Howard Memorial Invitational. Click here for all the bracket results.

East prepares for the annual East vs. West Wrestling match coming up this Thursday 1/8/2015.  Come cheer on our ThunderHawk Wrestlers as we look to take down West for the 4th time in 5 years.  Last year East put together one of the greatest comebacks but fell just short in securing the victory.  East is looking to grapple their way to the top and knock off their district Rivals.  East fans are encouraged to wear black to this year’s match-up. See Thursday's schedule below:

4:30 p.m.  Kids Clubs and Junior Highs
6 p.m.  Freshman and JV
7:30 p.m.  Varsity 

1/8 LAKOTA WEST lost 43-22  

Lakota East lost a home dual to their crosstown rivals this past Thursday night. Just four East wrestlers won matches for the Thunderhawks; Seniors DeAnte Evans, Eric Day, Ryan Durham and Daniel Roth.


106: Ben Curry (LAEA) over (LAWE) (For.) 113: Adam Wesley (LAWE) over (LAEA) (For.) 120: Daniel Roth (LAEA) over Jensen Quinn (LAWE) (MD 11-2) 126: Austin Soliday (LAWE) over (LAEA) (For.) 132: DeAnte Evans (LAEA) over Logan Brown (LAWE) (Dec 3-0) 138: Andrew Acuna (LAWE) over (LAEA) (For.) 145: Andy Cress (LAWE) over Alec Meszaros (LAEA) (MD 14-4) 152: Max Pflaumer (LAWE) over Nicholas Frank (LAEA) (Fall 3:49) 160: Eric Day (LAEA) over Steven Wahl (LAWE) (Dec 12-5) 170: Sebastian Carrico (LAWE) over Dzhamal Sarvalov (LAEA) (MD 13-5) 182: Mason Quinn (LAWE) over Kemal Sarvalov (LAEA) (MD 16-3) 195: 220: Ryan Durham (LAEA) over Jake Boaman (LAWE) (Fall 4:22) 285: Tim Tanner-Blair (LAWE) over Jon Spaulding (LAEA) (Dec 7-1)

Next up East will wrestle Springboro in a dual match at the Freshman Building on Friday, Jan. 9th.

1/9 SPRINGBORO @ Freshman Blg. lost     The East wrestling team wrestled Springboro on Friday, January 9th. East lost the dual 45-24, but had four impressive wins on the night. Ben Curry started the night off for the Thunderhawks by technical fall 15-0 over Jacob Boulton. Senior Daniel Roth racked up a major decision 8-0, Deante Evans recorded a pin for the night, and Oseji Auka won by decision.

106: Ben Curry (LAEA) over Jacob Boulton (SPRI) (TF 15-0 4:00)
113: Drew Saunier (SPRI) over (LAEA) (For.)
120: Daniel Roth (LAEA) over Ryan Boulton (SPRI) (MD 8-0)
126: Peyton Charleton (SPRI) over (LAEA) (For.)
132: DeAnte Evans (LAEA) over Austin Campeau (SPRI) (Fall 1:02)
138: Ben Leonhardt (SPRI) over (LAEA) (For.)
145: Benjamin Daley (SPRI) over Alec Meszaros (LAEA) (TF 15-0 4:00)
152: Jakob Ottaway (SPRI) over Nicholas Frank (LAEA) (MD 9-1)
160: Andrew Honious (SPRI) over Eric Day (LAEA) (Dec 4-0)
170: Chad Salzer (SPRI) over Dzhamal Sarvalov (LAEA) (Fall 1:48)
182: Riley Warns (SPRI) over Drew Katona (LAEA) (Dec 3-1)
195: Oseji Azuka (LAEA) over Steven Sitzman (SPRI) (Dec 6-0)
220: Ryan Durham (LAEA) over (SPRI) (For.)
285: John Floyd (SPRI) over Jon Spaulding (LAEA) (Fall 3:46)

The Thunderhawks take to the mats again this Thursday night at home for Senior Night against Fairfield.
1/15 FAIRFIELD lost 40-18  

In a tough GMC matchup, Lakota East lost a home dual to Fairfield, 40-18 Thursday night on Senior Night. East honored six senior wrestlers and a mat statistician. Seniors for the Thunderhawks are Oseji Azuka, Eric Day, Ryan Durham, Deante Evans, Nick Frank, Daniel Roth and Christina Thomann. See individual results below:



106: Zach Shupp (FAIR) over Ben Curry (LAEA) (Fall 3:53)
113: Cristian Kollstedt (FAIR) over Sean Day (LAEA) (Dec 9-7)
120: Daniel Roth (LAEA) over Hunter Jones (FAIR) (Dec 3-0)
126: Lucas Sheriff (FAIR) over (LAEA) (For.)
132: DeAnte Evans (LAEA) over Austin Sper (FAIR) (Dec 9-4)
138: Samuel Meddings (FAIR) over Brendan Williams (LAEA) (Fall 1:48)
145: Daulton Gunnell (FAIR) over Alec Meszaros (LAEA) (Dec 8-5)
152: Nicholas Frank (LAEA) over Jack Mailhot (FAIR) (Dec 11-5)
160: Jacob Brig (FAIR) over Eric Day (LAEA) (MD 13-5)
170: Joshua Weaver (FAIR) over (LAEA) (For.)
182: Julius Crossty (FAIR) over Kemal Sarvalov (LAEA) (SV-1 8-6
195: Oseji Azuka (LAEA) over Rob Dance (FAIR) (Dec 7-2)
220: Ryan Durham (LAEA) over Liam Herald (FAIR) (Fall 1:34)
285: Alex Moore-Nash (FAIR) over Matthew Spaulding (LAEA) (Dec 8-1)

Next up East will wrestle in a quad at Harrison on Friday, Jan. 16th.

1/16 @ Harrison w/Ross and Sycamore      

Lakota East captures wins over Ross and Harrison

The Lakota East Wrestling team had two wins this past Friday. The Hawks battled through two tough Dual Matches. The Hawks defeated Ross 29-28 and Harrison 37-31. Both matches came down to the final match with sophomore Jon Spaulding having two impressive wins. See individual match results below:

106: Cory Baird (HARR) over Ben Curry (LAEA)
113: Jake Gober (HARR) over Sean Day (LAEA) (MD 14-3)
120: Daniel Roth (LAEA) over CJ Brown (HARR) (MD 10-2)
126: Parker Buschleman (HARR) over (LAEA) (For.)
132: DeAnte Evans (LAEA) over Chris Frey (HARR) (Fall 3:01)
138: Luke Shirley (HARR) over Brendan Williams (LAEA) (MD 12-0)
145: Josh Huff (HARR) over Alec Meszaros (LAEA) (MD 14-2)
152: Ethan Schneider (HARR) over Nicholas Frank (LAEA) (Dec 11-10)
160: Eric Day (LAEA) over Nathan Meyer (HARR) (Fall 3:47)
170: Cameron Sauerwein (HARR) over (LAEA) (For.)
182: Kemal Sarvalov (LAEA) over Nolan Zeinner (HARR) (Fall 1:48)
195: Oseji Azuka (LAEA) over Tyler Abbatiello (HARR) (Fall 4:37)
220: Ryan Durham (LAEA) over (HARR) (For.)
285: Jon Spaulding (LAEA) over Dylan Morgan (HARR) (Dec 3-1

106: Jake Gentry (ROSS) over Ben Curry (LAEA) (MD 11-1)
113: Josh Gentry (ROSS) over Sean Day (LAEA) (Dec 4-2)
120: Daniel Roth (LAEA) over Tyler Bell (ROSS) (Fall 1:57)
126: Aaron Cox (ROSS) over (LAEA) (For.)
132: DeAnte Evans (LAEA) over Micah Fields (ROSS) (MD 14-1)
138: Brendan Williams (LAEA) over Brock Tatum (ROSS) (Dec 6-0)
145: Brandon Luther (ROSS) over Alec Meszaros (LAEA) (Fall 0:52)
152: Tyler Young (ROSS) over Nicholas Frank (LAEA) (Dec 10-5)
160: Eric Day (LAEA) over Austin Hamblin (ROSS) (Fall 1:22)
170: Double Forfeit
182: Dalton Jones (ROSS) over Kemal Sarvalov (LAEA) (Fall 3:32)
195: Oseji Azuka (LAEA) over Kenny Schenk (ROSS) (Dec 5-0)
220: Ryan Durham (LAEA) over Karson Chasteen (ROSS) (Dec 6-2)
285: Jon Spaulding (LAEA) over Jeremy Rosenblum (ROSS) (MD 14-1)

Next up East will participate in a tri-meet with Oak Hills and Edgewood on Friday, January 23rd.

1/23 @ Oak Hills w/Edgewood and Miamisburg       The Lakota East Wrestling team wrestled at Oak Hills on Friday, January 23rd. The Hawks went 1-1 on the night as they lost to Oak Hills and pulled off a win to Miamisburg due to forfeits.

106: Mitchell Baines (OHC) over Kyle Clark (LAEA) (Fall 0:43)
113: Caleb Bronson (OHC) over Eric Day (LAEA) (Dec 3-0)
120: Sam Roth (LAEA) over Dylan Urk (OHC) (Dec 5-2)
126: Chase Haehnle (OHC) over (LAEA) (For.)
132: DeAnte Evans (LAEA) over Carter Johnson (OHC) (MD 9-0)
138: Dylan Buis (OHC) over Brendan Williams (LAEA) (MD 13-0)
145: Alec Meszaros (LAEA) over Phil Fall (OHC) (Dec 6-5)
152: Dylan Roth (OHC) over Nicholas Frank (LAEA) (Fall 3:08)
160: Nick Goldfuss (OHC) over Eric Day (LAEA) (Fall 5:51)
170: Hunter Shepherd (OHC) over (LAEA) (For.)
182: Kemal Sarvalov (LAEA) over Vince Neely (OHC) (Fall 4:29)
195: Jake Anthony (OHC) over Oseji Azuka (LAEA) (Dec 7-6)
220: Ryan Durham (LAEA) over Brendan Marchetti (OHC) (Dec 8-4)
285: Matthew Spaulding (LAEA) over Sam Bepler (OHC) (Fall 2:18)

Lakota East 25
Oak Hills 40

106: Demiri Randle (MIAM) over Kyle Clark (LAEA) (Dec 15-10)
113: Sean Day (LAEA) over (MIAM) (For.)
120: Daniel Roth (LAEA) over (MIAM) (For.)
126: Double Forfeit
132: DeAnte Evans (LAEA) over Elijah Perkins (MIAM) (Dec 2-1)
138: Michael Sensenbaugh (MIAM) over Brendan Williams (LAEA) (Dec 5-2)
145: Ryley Regan (MIAM) over Alec Meszaros (LAEA) (Fall 3:34)
152: Evan Burke (MIAM) over Nicholas Frank (LAEA) (Dec 9-3)
160: Grant Pittroff (MIAM) over Eric Day (LAEA) (Dec 9-6)
170: Cole Dales (MIAM) over (LAEA) (For.)
182: Kemal Sarvalov (LAEA) over Seth Campbell (MIAM) (Fall 1:22)
195: Troy Good (MIAM) over Oseji Azuka (LAEA) (Dec 3-1)
220: Ryan Durham (LAEA) over (MIAM) (For.)
285: Jon Spaulding (LAEA) over Brad Wittman (MIAM) (Dec 1-0)

Lakota East 30
Miamisburg 27
1/24 @ Lebanon w/Princeton and Xenia      

Lakota East Wrestling: The Varsity Wrestling squad faced off against two GWOC schools on Saturday. In a dual match that was GMC schools vs. GWOC East went 1-1 in competition for the day. East faced Xenia in their first dual match and then took on a tough Lebanon squad. Seniors Daniel Roth, Deante Evans, and Ryan Durham continue to lead the Thunderhawks as they gear up for competition.

106: TaVaughn Tilley (XENI) over Kyle Clark (LAEA) (Fall 2:33)
113: Sean Day (LAEA) over (XENI) (For.)
120: Daniel Roth (LAEA) over Levi Mongold (XENI) (Fall 0:50)
126: Double Forfeit 132: DeAnte Evans (LAEA) over (XENI) (For.)
138: Lawerance Dudgeon (XENI) over Brendan Williams (LAEA) (TF 15-0 4:00)
145: Robert McIntire (XENI) over Alec Meszaros (LAEA) (Dec 8-2)
152: Nicholas Frank (LAEA) over James Jackson (XENI) (Fall 1:22)
160: Eric Day (LAEA) over Dalton McLean (XENI) (Fall 1:08)
170: Daylonn Dudgeon (XENI) over Drew Katona (LAEA) (Fall 2:38)
182: Kemal Sarvalov (LAEA) over Kenton McWharter (XENI) (Fall 1:21)
195: Oseji Azuka (LAEA) over (XENI) (For.)
220: Ryan Durham (LAEA) over (XENI) (For.)
285: Trever Jackson (XENI) over Jon Spaulding (LAEA) (Fall 2:24)

Lakota East 48
Xenia 26

106: Patrick Dillon (LEBA) over Kyle Clark (LAEA) (Fall 0:40)
113: Sam Ridgley (LEBA) over Sean Day (LAEA) (Dec 8-7)
120: Daniel Roth (LAEA) over Logan Collins (LEBA) (Fall 1:00)
126: Zach Rothwell (LEBA) over (LAEA) (For.)
132: DeAnte Evans (LAEA) over Alec Logsdon (LEBA) (Dec 6-4)
138: Dillon Kuntz (LEBA) over Brendan Williams (LAEA) (Fall 1:23)
145: Brendan Murphy (LEBA) over Alec Meszaros (LAEA) (Fall 1:52)
152: Nick Fornshell (LEBA) over Nicholas Frank (LAEA) (Fall 3:40)
160: Steven Serbinski (LEBA) over Eric Day (LAEA) (Fall 0:30)
170: Drew Katona (LAEA) over (LEBA) (For.)
182: Devin Amburgy (LEBA) over Kemal Sarvalov (LAEA) (Fall 0:39)
195: Jared Burton (LEBA) over Oseji Azuka (LAEA) (MD 10-2)
220: Ryan Durham (LAEA) over (LEBA) (For.)
285: Jon Spaulding (LAEA) over Brendan Womsley (LEBA) (Fall 5:30)

Lakota East 27
Lebanon 49

The Thunderhawks are getting ready for the Division 1 Region 8-A OHSAA State Dual tournament. East, a #5 seed, will take on District Rival Lakota West, a #4 seed on Wednesday, January 28th @6pm at Moeller. East will look to beat West as the two teams met head to head in competition just three weeks again. “It’s a great opportunity.” said Coach Lehman. West won the first meeting 43-22, getting bonus points in five of the decisions.

Updated MIamisburg results below...with corrections.

106: Demiri Randle (MIAM) over Kyle Clark (LAEA) (Dec 15-10)
113: Sean Day (LAEA) over (MIAM) (For.)
120: Daniel Roth (LAEA) over (MIAM) (For.)
126: Double Forfeit
132: DeAnte Evans (LAEA) over Elijah Perkins (MIAM) (Dec 2-1)
138: Michael Sensenbaugh (MIAM) over Brendan Williams (LAEA) (Dec 5-2
145: Ryley Regan (MIAM) over Alec Meszaros (LAEA) (Fall 3:34)
152: Evan Burke (MIAM) over Nicholas Frank (LAEA) (Dec 9-3)
160: Grant Pittroff (MIAM) over Eric Day (LAEA) (Dec 9-6)
170: Cole Dales (MIAM) over (LAEA) (For.)
182: Kemal Sarvalov (LAEA) over Seth Campbell (MIAM) (Fall 1:22)
195: Troy Good (MIAM) over Oseji Azuka (LAEA) (Dec 3-1)
220: Ryan Durham (LAEA) over (MIAM) (For.)
285: Jon Spaulding (LAEA) over Brad Wittman (MIAM) (Dec 1-0)

1/28

State Duals Regional Quarterfinals vs. Lakota West

@ Moeller

Lost 43-22  

East fell to West in the OHSAA State Duals on Wednesday by a score of 43-22.

106: Ben Curry (LAEA) over Dillon Brown (LAWE) (Fall 0:24)
113: Adam Wesley (LAWE) over Sean Day (LAEA) (MD 14-5)
120: Daniel Roth (LAEA) over Jensen Quinn (LAWE) (Dec 8-1)
126: Austin Soliday (LAWE) over Michael Frank (LAEA) (Fall 1:10)
132: DeAnte Evans (LAEA) over Logan Brown (LAWE) (MD 11-2)
138: Andy Cress (LAWE) over Brendan Williams (LAEA) (Fall 2:23)
145: Andrew Acuna (LAWE) over Alec Meszaros (LAEA) (Fall 0:57)
152: Aaron Edwards (LAWE) over Nicholas Frank (LAEA) (MD 10-2)
160: Max Pflaumer (LAWE) over Eric Day (LAEA) (Dec 10-4)
170: Sebastian Carrico (LAWE) over Drew Katona (LAEA) (Dec 7-3)
182: Mason Quinn (LAWE) over Kemal Sarvalov (LAEA) (MD 14-0)
195: Andrew Fenton (LAWE) over Oseji Azuka (LAEA) (Dec 7-5)
220: Ryan Durham (LAEA) over Robert Malone (LAWE) (Fall 2:35)
285: Tim Tanner-Blair (LAWE) over Jon Spaulding (LAEA) (Dec 6-3

Next up East will host the GMC Wrestling Championships on Saturday, February 7th. See schedule below:

The following is a timeline for Saturday, February 7, 2015:

Facility Opens for Team Check Ins: 7:00 am

Doors Open for Spectators:               9:00 am

First Round:                                        10:00 am

Finals:    Approximately 30-45 minutes after the conclusion of the consolation semifinals.

Please note that the gym will be cleared prior to the start of placement matches for first and third. During this time the gym and bleachers will be reconfigured for the finals matches.

Ticket Prices:

Adult:        $6.00 each session     $10.00 Tournament Pass

Students:  $4.00 each session     $6.00 Tournament Pass


2/7

GMC CHAMPIONSHIPS

@ East

5th    

Lakota East Wrestling: East finishes 5th at GMC Championships

DeAnte Evans crowned 138 CHAMPION

East finished 5th at the 2015 GMC Championship. Despite some tough losses along the way, 5 wrestlers placed in their respective weight classes. East continues to prepare as they gear up to head into the end of the season tournaments. Senior DeAnte Evans won his first GMC title in dramatic fashion. He had dominating wins over a strong field of opponents. Ryan Durham and Daniel Roth both fell short in the finals and placed 2nd in their weight classes. Sophomore sensation Jon Spaulding wrestled like a warrior and avenged a quarterfinal loss to take 3rd Place. Oseji Azuka battled his way to a tough 4th place finish.

GMC Placements for the Thunderhawks:

120-Daniel Roth (Sr) 2nd
132-DeAnte Evans (Sr) 1st
195-Oseji Azuka (Sr) 4th
220-Ryan Durham (Sr) 2nd
285-Jon Spaulding (So) 3rd

Up Next for the Thunderhawks: East will wrestle Northmont at home on Saturday, February 14th @6pm

          Next up for the Thunderhawk Wrestlers are the OHSAA Sectional Championships Feb. 27-28 at Centerville HS. Each sectional will qualify the top four (4) wrestlers in each weight class to the district tournament at Fairmont on March 6-7.
2/27-28 Sectional Championships (Centerville) 3rd    

The East Wrestling Team competed at the Sectional Championships this past Saturday at Centerville. The Hawks finished 4th overall. DeAnte Evans (132) pinned his opponent from Piqua to win a Sectional title. Daniel Roth (120) and Ryan Durham (220) finished 2nd.

The top 4 in each wieght class will advance to this Friday and Saturday's District Championships at Kettering Farimont. See East qualifiers below:

DeAnte Evans (132)

Daniel Roth (120)

Ryan Durham (220)

Ben Curry (106)

Oseji Azuka (182)

Jon Spaulding (285)

The first four at District qualify for the State Meet on March 12-14 at Ohio State University.

 

3/6-7 District  Championships (Kettering Fairmont)      

East Wrestlers DeAnte Evans, Daniel Roth, Ryan Durham, Ben Currry, Oseji Azuka and Jon Spaulding participated in the Southwest District Championships this past Saturday. As a team, East finished 12 overall with total points. The top four in each weight class qualiied for this weeks state championships in Columbus.

Ryan Durham (220), DeAnte Evans (132) and Daniel Roth (120) all qualified as alternates at this weeks OHSAA State Championships at the Schottenstein Center in Columbus, Ohio. Any three of these youing men could see action and compete for a state championship.

GO HAWKS!

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Girls Bowling

Date Event W/L Score Overall Record GMC Record

Notes

11/24 Sycamore @ Crossgate won 1905-1333 1-0 1-0

The girls bowling team opened up the season with a victory 1905-1333 against Sycamore on Nov. 24th. High bowler for the match was Maria Ballard with a 339 series for 2 games. Mary Hayes had a 292 series and Meghan Tishy rolled a 280 series. The girls built up a nearly 200 pin lead after the first individual game and never looked back.

Next up they visit Norword at Stones Bowling Lanes on Tuesday, Dec. 2nd.

12/2 Norwood @ Stones won 1935-1348 2-0 1-0

The girls bowling team defeated Norwood 1935-1348 in a shortened match on Tuesday.High bowler for the girls was Maria Ballard with a 401 series including games of 220 and 181. This was the second highest series ever thrown by an East girls and the fourth highest single game ever thrown by an East girl. Ali Gehr rolled a solid 301 series. The girls lead by 250 pins after the first individual game and continued to pull away. With the outcome already determined the match was called after the third baker game.

Next up the girls host Mount Notre Dame on Wednesday, Dec. 3rd.

12/3 MND @ Mason Bowl lost 2078-2020 2-1 1-0

Th Girls lost 2078-2020 to Mount Notre Dame on Wednesday. Despite rolling their high team match score of the year the girls came out on the short end. High bowler for all girls in the match was Maria Ballard with a 372 series with games of 192 and 180.

She was followed by first year bowler Haley Roach who threw a 305 series. The girls started out hot leading after the the first game and still after the individual round. MND kept chipping away and finally took the lead after the third baker game. Down by just 12 pins going into the final baker game the girls couldn’t string anything together.

Next up the team visits Colerain on Monday, Dec. 8th.

12/8 Colerain @ Colerain Bowl won 1749-1686 3-1 2-0

The girls bowling team goes 2-0 in the GMC with a 1749-1686 win at Colerain on Monday night. The lane conditions were very tough for both teams. High bowler for both teams was first year Thunderhawk Haley Roach with a 283 series.

The girls were leading by just 15 pins heading into the baker games. At one point the Cardinals closed to within 9 pins but the girls responded and strung some strikes together to earn the victory. It was a total team victory as everyone stepped up in the bakers each time Colerain threatened.

Next up East will host Kings tonight at Mason Bowl.

12/10 Kings @ Mason Bowl won 1990-1747 4-1 2-0

The girls bowling team defeated Kings on Wednesday by a score of 1990-1747. High bowler for the girls was Maria Ballard with a 321 series. The girls opened up a large lead after the first individual game and continued to pull away.

Next up they participate in the Holiday Classic at Western Bowl on Saturday, Dec. 13th.

12/13 Girls Holiday Classic @ Western Bowl        

The girls bowling team finished 23rd place out of 32 teams at the Holiday Classic at Western Bowl last Saturday.High bowler for the girls was Mary Hayes with a 532 three game series.

Next up East will host Middletown on Wednesday, Dec. 17th.

             
12/17 Middletown at Mason Bowl lost 2247-1743 4-2 2-1

The girls bowlers lost 2247-1743. to Middletown on Wednesday. High bowler for the girls was Maria Ballard with a 325 series.

Over winter break the bowling teams will compete in the Holdiay Tournament at Eastern Lanes on Monday, Dec. 29th.

12/29

Holiday Tournament @ Eastern Lanes

       

The girls bowling team finished 13th place at he Holiday Tournament at Eastern Lanes on Dec. 29th. High bowler for the girls was Ali Gehr with a 442 3 game series. She was followed by Hayley Roach with a 417 series.

Next up East will visit Walnut Hills on Tuesday, Januaary 6th at Madison Bowl.

 

 

         
1/7 Mason @ Mason Bowl lost 2315-1774 4-3 2-2

East girls bowling fell to Mason on Wednesday, Jan. 9th. No other information available.

Next up they visit Hamilton on Tuesday, Jan. 13th.

1/9 Bearcat Classic        

The girls bowling team participated in the Bearcat Classic on Friday. High bowler for the girls was Ali Gehr with a 357 series. She was followed by Maria Ballard with a 348 series. The girls had the best baker games of the year rolling 800 for 5 games

Next up East is @ Hamilton on Tuesday, Jan. 13th.

1/13 Hamilton @ Fairfield Lanes won 1942-1808 5-3 3-2

Girls notched their fifth win of the season and improved to 3-2 in the conference beating Hamilton 1942-1808 on Tuesday. Maria Ballard led all girls with a 350 series. She was followed by Mary Hayes with a 268 series.

East opened the match up with a large lead but Hamilton fought back to pull within 40 pins heading into the final two baker games. The girls were able to step it up and win pulling away by 134 pins.

Next up the Lady Hawks will host Reading on Wednesday, Jan. 14th.

1/14 Reading @ Mason Bowl won 2008-1344 6-3 3-2

The girls bowling team defeated Reading on Wednesday by a score of 2008-1344. High bowler for the girls was Hayley Roach with a 307 series. She was followed closely by Maria Ballard with a 303 series. Maria continued her hot baker bowling rolling 8 strikes.

Their overall record stands at 6-3. They visit Deer Park on Tuesday, Jan. 20th.
1/20 Deer Park @ Strikes and Spares won 1695-1485 7-3 3-2 The East girls bowlers defeated Deer Park last Tuesday by a score of 1695-1485. Maria Ballard led all bowlers with a 320 series. She was followed by Meghan Tishey with a 282 series. The lane conditions were very tough. East had just a 29 pin lead after the first individual game. They were able to make the adjustments and pull away in the second individual game and the bakers.
1/21 Fairfield @ Mason Bowl lost 2411-2019 7-4 3-3

On Wednesday the girls lost toi Fairfield 2411-2019. The girls rolled well but could not beat a hot Fairfield team. High bowler for the girls was Maria Ballard with a 363 series including a 210 game. Meghan Tishy had a 315 series followed by Ali Gehr with a 312.

 

1/24 Pirate Challenge Tournament        

Both bowling teams traveled to Dayton on Saturday to participate in the Pirate Challenge Tourney to prepare for the competition they may see in the district level next month.


The Lady Hawks finished in 11th place. They were just 80 pins short of qualifying for the finals. High bowler for the girls was Maria Ballard with a 469 series. She was followed by Mary Hayes and Meghan Tishy who bowled a 459 and 450 series respectively.

Next up the Bowling Teams will visit Wyoming on Monday, January 26th.

1/26 Wyoming @ Brentwood won 1950-1548 8-4 3-3

Girls won 1950-1548 against Wyoming on Monday. High bowler for the girls was Hayley Roach and Maria Ballard each with 319 series. Nina Celesti rolled a 294 series including her personal high game of 152.

Next up East will host Edgewood on Wednesday, Jan. 28th.

             
1/29 Princeton @ Gilmore Lanes lost 2328-2048 8-5 3-3

Girls lost 2328-2048 to Princeton on Thursday. High bowler for the girls was Hayley Roach with a 362 series including her personal high game of 215! Way to go Hayley! Ali Gehr rolled a 304 series.

Next up EaLakota East Wrestling: East finishes 5th at GMC Championships

DeAnte Evans crowned 138 CHAMPION

East finished 5th at the 2015 GMC Championship. Despite some tough losses along the way, 5 wrestlers placed in their respective weight classes. East continues to prepare as they gear up to head into the end of the season tournaments. Senior DeAnte Evans won his first GMC title in dramatic fashion. He had dominating wins over a strong field of opponents. Ryan Durham and Daniel Roth both fell short in the finals and placed 2nd in their weight classes. Sophomore sensation Jon Spaulding wrestled like a warrior and avenged a quarterfinal loss to take 3rd Place. Oseji Azuka battled his way to a tough 4th place finish.

GMC Placements for the Thunderhawks:

120-Daniel Roth (Sr) 2nd
132-DeAnte Evans (Sr) 1st
195-Oseji Azuka (Sr) 4th
220-Ryan Durham (Sr) 2nd
285-Jon Spaulding (So) 3rd

Up Next for the Thunderhawks: East will wrestle Northmont at home on Saturday, February 14th @6pm

st will host Oak Hills on Wednesday, Feb. 4th.

2/4 Oak Hills @ Mason Bowl lost 2404-2014 5-6 3-5

The girls bowling team fell to Oak Hills on Wednesday by a score of 2404-2014.

The post season begins for the team with the Girls Sectionals on Wednesday, February 25th at Crossgate Lanes.

2/10 Ursuline Academy lost 2235-1974 5-7 3-5

East girls bowlers fell to Ursuline on Monday by a score of 2235-19786. High bowler for the girls was Hayley Roach with a 316 series.


Next up today Cincinnati Christian.

2/11 Cincinnati Christian won 2070-1957 6-7 3-5

East Upsets Cincy Christian!

The Girls Bowling Team upset Cincinnati Christian Feb. 11th, 2070-1957. CC came into the match with an 18-1 record. East bowled well in the individual games winning each one by nearly 100 pins. Taking a 196 pin lead into the bakers Cincinnati Christian tried to make a match of it winning the first bake by pins and the second by 23 pins to pull within 100 pins. The girls then stepped up and one the last 2 bakers to secure the victory. High bowler for the girls was Hayley Roach with a 350 series. Maria Ballard followed closely with a 342 series.

Next up is the Sectional Bowling Tourney on Wednesday, Feb. 25th at Crossgate Lanes.

2/25

GIRLS SECTIONAL

@ Crossgate Lanes

       

HAYES ADVANCES TO DISTRICTS

The girls bowling team finished in 11th place at Sectionals on Wednesday and did not advance to the Districts. Mary Hayes rolled a 543 series and was one of the top seven individuals to advance to districts. She will bowl next Thursday 3/5 at Beaver Vu lanes in Dayton.

Good luck Mary...Go Hawks!

3/5

GIRLS DISTRICTS

@ Beaver-Vu Lanes

         
             
             
             

 


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Boys Bowling

Date Event W/L Score Overall Record GMC Record Notes
11/24 Sycamore @ Crossgate won 1855-1812 1-0 1-0

The boys opened up the season on Nov. 24th with a hard fought victory over Sycmaore, winning 1855-1812. Daniel Lafleche was high bowler for the match with a 383 series (188, 195). Luch Iannacio had a nice day rolling a 316 series. The Thunderhawk boys were up 104 pins going into the baker games and held on for the victory.

Next up they visit Norword at Stones Bowling Lanes on Tuesday, Dec. 2nd.

12/2 Norwood @ Stones lost 2377-1643 1-1 1-0

The boys lost 2377-1643 to Norwood on Tuesday. High bowler for the boys was freshman Luch Iannacio with a 287 series. He was followed closely by another first year bowler Jack Hayes who rolled a 278 series.

Next up East will host crosstown rival Lakota West on Wednesday, Dec. 3rd.

12/3 Lakota West @ Mason Bowl won 1781-1689 2-1 2-0

Boys Bowling Defeats West!

The Lakota East boys bowling team defeated rival Lakota West on Wednesday by a score of 1781-1689!!! High bowler for the boys was Jack Hayes with a 322 series with games of 168 and 154. East was down by 17 pins after the first individual game but was able to win the next game and take a 76 pin lead into the baker round. West was never able to mount a comeback and the Thunderhawk boys won the match by nearly 100 pins.

The Hawks are 2-0 in the GMC and will visit Colerain next Monday, Dec. 8th.

12/8 Colerain @ Colerain Bowl lost 2730-1858 2-2 2-1

The boys bowlers fell to Colerain on Monday by a score of 2730-1858. Daniel LaFlesche lead East with a 318 series. The team struggled in the heavy oil pattern. Adam New had a 277 series.

Next East will host Kings tonight at Mason Bowl.

12/10 Kings @ Mason Bowl lost 2243-1896 2-3 2-1

The boys bowlers fell to Kings on Wednesday by a score of 2243-1896. High bowler for the boys was Daniel LaFlesche with a 345 series. Luch Iannacio had a 317 series.

Next up they participate in the Holiday Classic at Western Bowl on Sunday, Dec. 14th.

             
12/14 Boys Holiday Classic @ Western Bowl        

The boys bowling team finished 32nd out of 34 teams at the Holiday Classic last Sunday. Luc Iannaci was high for the boys with a 525 series including his personal best game, a 214.

Next up East will host Middletown on Wednesday, Dec. 17th.

12/17 Middletown at Mason Bowl lost 2476-1699 2-4 2-2

The boys bowlers lost 2476-1699 to the Middies on Wednesday. High bowler for the boys was Daniel LaFleche and Jack Hayes, both coming in with 307 series.

Over winter break the bowling teams will compete in the Holdiay Tournament at Eastern Lanes on Monday, Dec. 29th.

12/29

Holiday Tournament @ Eastern Lanes

       

The boys bowlers finished in 18th place at the Eastern Lanes Holiday Toureny on Dec. 29th. High Bowler for the boys was Daniel LaFleche with a 451 3 game series.

Next up East will visit Walnut Hills on Tuesday, Januaary 6th at Madison Bowl.

 

 

         
1/7 Mason @ Mason Bowl lost 2565-1918 2-5 2-3

East boys bowling fell to Mason on Wednesday by a score of 2565-1918. No other details available.

Next up they visit Hamilton on Tuesday, Jan. 13th.

1/9 Bearcat Classic        

East Boys bowlers were at the Bearcat Classic last Friday.Boys-High bowler for the boys was Luc Iannaci with a 295 series. Daniel LaFleche rolled a 280 series.

Next up they visit Hamilton on Tuesday, Jan. 13th.

1/13 Hamilton @ Fairfield Lanes lost 2659-1873 2-6 2-4

The boys bowlers fell to Big Blue 2659-1873 on Tuesday.. High bowler for the boys was Jack Hayes with a 287 series. He was followed by Adam New with a 284. Adam also continued his hot baker bowling going 8 for 8 over the four games. Despite losing the boys were able to beat a strong Hamilton team in 2 of the 4 baker games.

Next up they host Reading on Wednesday, Jan. 14th.

1/14 Reading @ Mason Bowl lost 2540-1789 2-7 2-4

East boys fell to Reading on Wednesday by a score of 2540-1789. High bowler for the boys was Jack Hayes with a 329 series. Daniel LaFleche had a 283 series.

They visit Deer Park on Tuesday, Jan. 20th.

1/20 Deer Park @ Strikes and Spares lost 1998-1753 2-8 2-4 The boys lost to Deerfield on Tuesday by a score of 1998-1753. High bowler for the boys was Jack Hayes with a 318 series. He was followed closely by Luc Iannaci with a 314 series. Both teams struggled in the dry conditions.
1/21 Fairfield @ Mason Bowl lost 2599-1927 2-9 2-5

Boys lost 2599-1927 to Fairfield on Wednesday. High bowler for the boys was Luc Iannacci with a 337 series. He was followed by Adam Seeman who had a 300 series.

 

1/24 Pirate Challenge        

Both bowling teams traveled to Dayton on Saturday to participate in the Pirate Challenge Tourney to prepare for the competition they may see in the district level next month.

The boys finished in 19th place. High bowler for the boys was Jack Hayes with a 455 series. He was followed by Adam New and Daniel LaFleche with a 430 and 428 respectively.

Next up the Bowling Teams will visit Wyoming on Monday, January 26th.

1/26 Wyoming @ Brentwood lost 2151-1986 2-10 2-5

Boys lost 2151-1986 to Wyoming on Monday. Adam New continued his hot bowling leading the boys with a 327 series. Jack Hayes had a 298 series. All 6 boys bowled well in the baker round of competition posting a 587 score.

Next up East will host Edgewood on Wednesday, January 28th.

1/28 Edgewood @ Mason Bowl lost 2158-2086 2-11 2-5 Th boys lost 2158-2086 to Edgewood on Wednesday. The boys lost despite rolling their highest match total of the year. High bowler for the boys was Adam New with a 360 series. He also went an impressive 12 for 12 in the baker round of competition. East was able to edge the Cougars with a solid round of bakers 634-575, but it was not enough to pull out the victory.
1/29 Princeton @ Gilmore Lanes lost 2959-1969 2-12 2-6

East boys sufferred another loss to Princeton on Thursday by a score of 2959-1969. High bowler for the boys was Jack Hayes with a 394 series including his personal high game of 214! Nice bowling Jack! Daniel LaFleche had a solid day with a 302 series.

Next up is East will host Oak Hills on Wednesday, Feb. 4th.

2/11 Cincinnati Christian lost 2265-2046 2-13 2-6

Boys lost 2265-2046 to Cincinnati Christian last Wednesday. The boys trailed by just 24 pins after first individual game. It was still anyone's match as they were down by only 73 pins heading into bakers. Not able to mount a comeback the boys lost their final head to head match of the season. High bowler for the boys was Luch Iannacci with a 372 series including a 211 game. Adam New continued bowling well with a 330 series.

Next up is the postseason for the boys with their Sectional tournament on Thursday, Feb. 26th at Crossgate Lanes.

2/26 BOYS SECTIONAL        

The East Boys Bowling team finished in 15th place at Sectionals on Thurdsday and did not advance to the District Tourney. Adam New was high bowler with a 562 series including a 204 game. Both scores were personal records for him.

Congratulations Adam!

             
             

 

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