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Lakota East 2015
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last updated May 26, 2015

 

Baseball
SEASON STATS

Date Opponent W/L Score Overall
Record
GMC
Record
Box Score Game Highlights
3/30 Oak Hills won 7-4 1-0 1-0 LINK

Lakota East started the 2015 season with a home opener win, 7-4 over GMC opponent Oak Hills on Monday, March 30th. m

Andy Almquist got the opening day nod on the mound. After giving up two runs in the first, Almquist settled down to four scoreless innings and tallied seven strikeouts. Cameron Davis pitched the sixth and Ryan Middendorf coming straight from the basketball court pitched the seventh to earn his first save of the season.


Offensively, the Thunderhawks struggled early on until sophomore Jefferson Szdlowski had a double in the fourth then scored on a single up the middle by Adam McDonough. In the fifth, the Hawks took advantage of an Oak Hills pitching change, notching four hits including a perfect bunt by Neil Shaw (2-3), singles by Kaleb Lepper (2-4, 2 RBI) and Austin Hatfield (1-1), and 2 RBI double by McDonough (2-3, 3 RBI).

4/1 @ Oak Hills won 2-0 2-0 2-0 LINK THUNDERHAWKS SWEEP SERIES WITH ONE HIT SHUTOUT

Junior Kaleb Lepper pitched a one hit complete game shutout in his varsity debut on the mound in a 2-0 win over Oak Hills. Lepper was outstanding against the Oak Hills batters, tallying 10 strikeouts. The few times that Oak Hills actually made contact with the ball, the Hawks defense there to back Lepper up. Senior Mitchell Bodden had a game saving catch at the left field wall to end Oak Hills chance of tying the game in the sixth inning.

The Thunderhawk offense plated two runs on five hits. Austin Hatfield (1-3) got the Thunderhawks going with a leadoff double in the second and scored on a huge single by Andy Almquist (1-1, 1 RBI). Then in the sixth with two outs, Almquist walked. Once again, Bodden (1-2, 1 RBI) came in clutch, hitting a single into left field scoring Almquist to lead the Hawks 2-0.

Other game highlights include Jefferson Szdlowski going 2-4 and Mason Barger throwing out his first base runner of the season.
4/2 West         LINK PPD
4/3 @ Hamilton         LINK PPD
4/3 @ Franklin         LINK PPD
4/4 @ Battle Ground Academy lost 7-2 2-1 2-0 LINK

East Baseball travelled south to the Nashville suburb of Franklin Tennessee for 3 scheduled games at BattleGround Academy over the Easter weekend. After rain cancelled Friday night’s contest, the Thunderhawks split a doubleheader on Saturday.

East played against host BattleGround Academy in the first game and dropped a 7-2 decision. Jefferson Szydlowski scored both runs for East, the second on Austin Hatfield’s RBI single, and Hayden Senger had a base hit in his 2015 debut for the Thunderhawks . Andrew Jaeger was on the bag 3 times with a single and 2 walks. Hatfield and Ian Depew toed the rubber for Lakota East.

4/4 @ Brentwood Academy won 3-0 3-1 2-0 LINK

 

In the second game, the Thunderhawks beat Brentwood Academy 3-0 behind 6 2/3 innings of 1 hit shutout ball pitched by Sophomore southpaw Joseph Cooney in his varsity debut. Ryan Middendorf came in to record the final out and notch his 2nd save of the season. East scored all 3 runs in the 3rd inning with 2 outs. Kaleb Lepper ripped a double after a Winston Owens walk and they both scored on a Szydlowski single. Adam McDonough followed with an RBI double. Senger went 2 for 3 including a stolen base. The East outfield had 9 putouts including sparkling plays by Lepper and Mitch Bodden.

East Baseball is currently 3-1 on the season and returns to GMC action at 5pm tonight (4/6) at Lakota West.

4/6 @ West         LINK

PPD

 

4/8 Sycamore         LINK PPD
4/9 @ West (makeup from 4/6)           PPD rescheduled for 4/23
4/10 Sycamore won 23-1 4-1 3-0 LINK Finally, after six days of rain, Mother Nature allowed the sun to come out and the Thunderhawks got to play baseball. The Hawks came out in strong fashion with a 23-1 win over the Sycamore Aviators. Lakota East in just five innings accumulated 14 hits led by Kaleb Lepper (2B, 4 RBI), Jefferson Szydlowski (2B, 2 RBI), Andy Almquist (2B, 2 RBI), and Mykelti Akemon (2B, 1 RBI), each of them having two hits a piece. Other offensive contributors were Hayden, Senger, Austin Hatfield, Mitchell Bodden, Neil Shaw, and Ian DePew.

Pitching was strong for the Thunderhawks, Almquist got the start and was sensational in just three innings facing only 10 batters, struck out 6 and allowed only one walk. Cam Davis came in the 4th, striking out three allowed just one run and then Ryan Middendorf came in to close the game and gave up nothing. The Hawks will travel Saturday to Olentangy for a double header.
4/11

@ Olentangy

@ Olentangy

lost

lost

5-4

11-3

4-3 3-0 LINK The Lakota East Baseball team travelled to Columbus to play two games against the Olentangy Braves and Olentangy Liberty. Unfortunately, the outcome was not in the Thunderhawks favor. In the first game East gathered six hits with five batters. The Hawks were led by Junior Matt Maudlin (2-3, 2 RBI), Adam McDonough (1-3), Hayden Senger (1-3), Austin Hatfield (1-3), and Mitchell Bodden (1-3, 1 RBI).

In game two versus Olentangy Liberty, Austin Hatfield pitched really well over 5 ½ innings giving up only two earned runs. Ryan Middendorf came in to keep the game even to take it to extra innings. The Hawks scored four runs with hits by Kaleb Lepper (1-1), Austin Hatfield (1-2, 1 RBI), Andrew Jaeger (1-4, 2 RBI), Mason Barger (1-4, 1 RBI), and Mitchell Bodden (1-4).

Next up, the Hawks are back to conference play with Hamilton Big Blue on Monday at Hamilton at 5pm.
               
4/14 Lakota West lost 2-1 4-4 3-1  

Lakota East lost a heartbreaker to crosstown rival Lakota West 2-1 in 8 innings Tuesday night. Senior Andy Almquist pitched lights out collecting 9 strikeouts over 7 innings. Almquist only gave up one run and 7 hits.


The Thunderhawks had five hits over the 8 innings, unfortunately, couldn’t string enough together to get the win. Senior Mykelti Akemon (1-4, 1 RBI) had the only run batted in for the Thunderhawks. The other offensive contributors were Hayden Senger (1-4), Austin Hatfield (1-4), Mitchell Bodden (1-3), and Neil Shaw (1-4).

4/15 Hamilton lost 1-0 4-5 3-2 LINK

The Lakota East Thunderhawks dropped another tough game 1-0 to Hamilton Big Blue on Wednesday afternoon. It was a true pitching duel with both teams combining for only seven hits. Kaleb Lepper had another outstanding outing on the mound. Lepper gave up only three hits, one unearned run and gathered eight strikeouts.


The Thunderhawk offense was stymied by Big Blue pitching. Lakota East had four hits off the bats of Andy Almquist (2-3), Adam McDonough (1-3), and sophomore catcher Winston Owens (1-2).


The Hawks hope to get back to their winning ways today (4/16) against GMC opponent Sycamore Aviators at Sycamore at 5pm.

4/16 @ Sycamore won 6-1 5-5 4-2  

The Lakota East Thunderhawks got back to their winning ways with a 6-1 win over the Sycamore Aviators on Thursday. Ryan Middendorf, with two saves under his belt already, got the start and was incredible. He pitched a complete game with 8 strikeouts, 4 hits, and only one run.


The Hawk’s offense collected 8 hits in the seven innings. Sophomore Jefferson Szydlowski led the Hawks going 3-4 and 2 runs batted in. The remaining hits came off the bats of Kaleb Lepper (1-3, 3B), Adam McDonough (1-2), Andy Almquist (1-3, 2 RBI), and Mykelti Akemon (2-3).


Tonight, the Thunderhawks will face the Mason Comets at 7pm at Prasco Park as part of the Reds Future Games. Please come out and support the Hawks.Tickets are $5 each and include voucher for a future Reds game.

4/17 @ Mason lost 4-1 5-6 4-3 LINK

The Thunderhawks played the Mason Comets last Friday to a full house at Prasco Park. The Hawks lost 4-1 but not because of pitching.

Austin Hatfield pitched extremely well on six hits, three strikeouts, and only one earned run.
The Lakota East Baseball team collected five hits off the bats of Neil Shaw (2-3), Mykelti Akemon (1-3, 1 RBI), Andy Almquist (1-3), and Kaleb Lepper (1-4).


The Hawks game vs. Mason scheduled for today (Monday) has been postponed until Tuesday, April 21st.

4/20 Mason lost 4-3 5-7 6-4 LINK

The Lakota East Thunderhawks lost a close one to Mason, 4-3, on a very windy Tuesday night. It was a pitching duel of two future D-1 pitchers, Andy Almquist and Rodney Hutchinson. Almquist accumulated five strikeouts and unfortunately, Mason was able to string some key hits together to take the lead and not look back.


The Thunderhawks chipped away at the four run deficit getting two runs in the 2nd with a single from Jefferson Szydlowski (1-2, RBI) and a sac fly RBI off the bat of Austin Hatfield. The Hawks third run came off the bat of Neil Shaw scoring Almquist. Other offensive contributors were Hayden Senger (3-4), Mason Barger (1-1), and Adam McDonough (1-3).


The Hawks home game vs. Princeton tonight has been postponed until Thursday, April 30th.

East will makeup a game tomorrow (Thursday) with Lakota West at West at 5pm.

4/22 Princeton         LINK PPD
4/23 @ West (makeup) lost 9-3 5-8 4-5 LINK

The Lakota East Thunderhawks lost to the Firebirds of Lakota West last night 9-3. West got up early on the Hawks 1-0 but Junior Ryan Middendorf struck out three in a row to end the 2nd inning. Middendorf had six strikeouts total in the game.


The Thunderhawks in the 4th innings down 4-0 answered with three runs of their own. Hayden Senger (1-2) led off the inning with a single down the third base line, followed by a key walk by Austin Hatfield. Adam McDonough (2-3, RBI) then hit a double scoring Senger. Andy Almquist (1-3, 2RBI) hit a hard single to right which allowed both Hatfield and McDonough to score.


The Hawks go on the road today to take on Princeton at Gower Park at 5pm.

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4/24 @ Princeton won 7-2 6-8 5-5 LINK

The Lakota East Thunderhawks got back to doing what they know best, win. They took a 7-2 victory over the Princeton Vikings last Friday. Junior Austin Hatfield recorded his first varsity win going six innings and Senior Cam Davis came in to secure the win in the seventh.


The Hawks crossed the plate first on some untimely mistakes from the Vikings. However, in the fifth, the Hawks bats started to come alive. Four hits were collected by the Hawks, Adam McDonough (2-3), Andy Almquist (2-4, 1 RBI), Mitchell Bodden (sac fly RBI), Mason Barger (1-1, RBI) and Neil Shaw (2-4, 2 RBI).

4/27 @ Colerain won 3-2 7-8 6-5 LINK

East wins back to back one run games

The Thunderhawks traveled to Colerain on Monday afternoon to face the first place Cardinals. Andy Almquist took the mound looking for his third win of the season, which he got. The Hawks win 3-2. Almquist was unstoppable. He collected 12 strikeouts over seven innings but what was more impressive was that he struck out six of the first nine batters.


The Hawks scored the three runs with the bats of Austin Hatfield (1-4, RBI) and Adam McDonough (1-4, 2 RBI). Other offensive highlights include a perfect night at the plate by Hayden Senger (3-3), Jefferson Szydlowski (1-3), and Mykelti Akemon (1-3)

4/28 @ Hamilton won 4-3 8-8 7-5 LINK

THREE IN A ROW!

After a two week delay due to weather, the Thunderhawks resume their game with Hamilton on Tuesday night. Prior to the rain, the Hawks were up 4-0 thanks to a 3-run home run by Mykelti Akemon.


The game picked up in the Big Blue half of the 2nd inning. Ryan Middendorf got the nod on the mound. Middendorf pitched very well gathering seven strikeouts but none more important than the last two in the bottom of the 7th.

With the game 4-3 advantage Hawks, Hamilton led off the inning with a single and double off Middendorf. East intentionally walked the next batter to load the bases for the double play ball. With no outs, Middendorf dug deep and struck out the next two batters. Then facing the leadoff hitter for Hamilton, Ryan got the ground ball which Neil Shaw played perfectly at short, flipping to 2nd baseman Akemon for the force out and the win.


The Hawks win 4-3. The Hawks offense was spread out through the lineup. Hits were collected by Kaleb Lepper (1-2), Josh Palmer (1-1), Winston Owens (1-3), Adam McDonough (1-2), and Neil Shaw (1-3).


The Thunderhawks hope to keep their winning ways going Wednesday at home against Colerain at 5pm.

4/29 Colerain lost 3-2 8-9 7-6 LINK

The Lakota East Thunderhawks split the series with Colerain Wednesday night with a 3-2 loss. Austin Hatfield got the start and kept the Cardinals off the board until the 4th inning. The Cards scored three but that would be all they could get. Cam Davis came in during the sixth and would close out the game for the Hawks.

Both pitchers combined with five strikeouts.
The Hawks were able to get seven hits off of Colerain pitching but could only plate two runs thanks to a signature left field live drive of the bat of Senior Hayden Senger. Mitchell Bodden also had a good day at the plate going 2-3 with both hits as doubles. The remaining hits were from Neil Shaw, Andy Almquist, Adam McDonough, and Mason Barger.

4/30 Princeton (makeup) won 7-1 9-9 8-6  

The Lakota East Thunderhawks took on the Princeton Vikings Thursday night and won 7-1. Sophomore Joseph Cooney took the hill and was outstanding. The lefty collected seven strike outs and gave up only three hits.

The Thunderhawks provided run support for the sophomore. The Hawks had nine hits and seven runs. The hot bats were Sophomore Jake Owens (2-3, 4 RBI), Hayden Senger (3-4, 2 doubles, 1 RBI) Andy Almquist (1-3, RBI), Matt Maudlin (sac fly RBI), Austin Hatfield (1-2), and Josh Palmer (1-1).


Next up for the Hawks will host Middletown tonight at home at 5pm. They will host Centerville and Anderson on Saturday.

5/1 Middletown won 18-1 10-9 9-6 LINK

Friday night brought a win to the Thunderhawks. The Thunderhawks beat Middletown Middies 18-1. Once again, Andy Almquist was lights out recording 11 strike outs and giving up only three hits and one run.


The Hawks shared the wealth on hits and runs batted in. The RBI leaders for the night were Almquist and Jefferson Szydlowski, each with four. Matt Maudlin, Mitchell Bodden, Jake Owens, Ryan Middendorf put two up and Neil Shaw had one toward the total 18.

5/2 Centerville lost 11-10 10-10 9-6 LINK

The Lakota East Thunderhawks played a three team round robin on Saturday with the Centerville Elks and the Anderson Redskins.

The Hawks hosted Centerville in the first game and unfortunately lost 11-10. Senior Cam Davis got the start and pitched well collecting five strike outs in four innings. Ian Depew and Ryan Middendorf also pitched in the game.


The Hawks were able to combine for 11 hits off the bats of Adam McDonough (3-4), Jefferson Szydlowski (2-3), Matt Maudlin (2-4, 2RBI), Jake Owens (1-2, 1 RBI), Austin Hatfield (1-3, 1 RBI), Hayden Senger (1-4), Andy Almquist (1-5) and Mitchell Bodden and Neil Shaw both had sacrifice fly RBI’s.

5/2 Anderson lost 5-1 10-11 9-6 LINK

In game 2, the Thunderhawks lost the the Anderson Redskins, 5-1. The Hawks only chance to score was in the third inning when Senior Mykelti Akemon led the inning off with a single, Jake Owens then moved the runner with a single of his own. Hayden Senger hit a double that scored Akemon.


The Hawks get back to conference play for the final week of the regular season tonight at Middletown at 5pm.

The Hawks are the #12 seed in the upcoming Sectional. They will host Little Miami at 5:00 PM on Tuesday, May 12th.

5/4 @ Middletown won 8-3 11-11 10-6 LINK

The Lakota East Thunderhawks started the last week of the regular season on Monday with a win over the Middletown Middies 8-3. Joseph Cooney got the start and pitched well holding the Middies to just two hits and three runs. Ryan Middendorf came in in relief late in the 4th inning. He finished the game with four strikeouts and no runs.


The Hawks offense put together eight runs off of 11 hits from the bats of Neil Shaw (2-4), Mykelti Akemon (2-4, 2 RBI), Mitchell Bodden (2-3, 1 RBI), Hayden Senger (1-2, 1 RBI), Austin Hatfield (1-2, 1 RBI), Jake Owens (1-3, 1 RBI), Andy Almquist (1-5), and Adam McDonough (1-4).


The Thunderhawks travel Wednesday to face the Fairfield Indians at Joe Nuxhull Field at 5pm.

The Hawks are the #12 seed in the upcoming Sectional. They will host Little Miami at 5:00 PM on Tuesday, May 12th.

5/6 @ Fairfield won 8-6 12-11 11-6 LINK

The Lakota Thunderhawks spoiled the Fairfield Indians Senior Night with a 8-6 victory. Austin Hatfield picked up his second win of the season. Senior Cam Davis came in during the fifth inning with no outs and two runners on and got the Hawks out of trouble. Mykelti Akemon had a game saving catch, laying completely out and then doubling up the runner at second. Davis then closed out the remaining two innings to get the save.


Congratulations goes out to Senior Hayden Senger for getting his 104th hit of his East career breaking the all-time Lakota East hit record. The Hawks broke the game open in the third inning plating seven runs off the bats of Hayden Senger (3-4, 1 RBI), Mykelti Akemon (3-3, 2 RBI), Adam McDonough (1-3, 1 RBI), Austin Hatfield (1-3, 1 RBI), Jacob Owens (1-3, 1 RBI), Mitchell Bodden (1-3, 1 RBI), and Jefferson Szydlowski (1-4).


The Thunderhawks will close out the GMC season on Friday as they celebrate the seniors against Fairfield at East at 5pm.

5/8 Fairfield won 9-6 13-11 12-6 LINK

The Lakota East Thunderhawks completed the sweep against the Fairfield Indians, 7-1, on East’s Senior Night last Friday. Senior Andy Almquist was more than outstanding. He struck out 10 batters allowing only six hits and one run. With that win, Almquist broke the All-time East win record. Congratulations Andy! Ryan Middendorf came in for the save in the 7th inning collecting two strike outs facing only four batters.


The Hawks got on the board in the 4th inning plating three runs from Mykelti Akemon (1-3, 1 RBI), Jake Owens (1-2, 1 RBI), and Mitchell Bodden (1-3). East then scored three more in the 5th from Austin Hatfield (1-1), Jefferson Szydlowski (2-2), Neil Shaw (1-4, 2 RBI), and Hayden Senger (1-4, 1 RBI). The final run came off the bat of Matt Maudlin in the 6th. (1-1, 1 RBI).


The Thunderhawks start tournament play on Tuesday at home against Little Miami at 5pm.

5/12

SECTIONAL

vs Little Miami, 5:00 PM @ East

won 11-6 14-11 12-6 LINK

The Lakota East Thunderhawks advanced in the Sectional tournament by defeating Little Miami 11-6 on Tuesday. Junior Ryan Middendorf took the hill pitching a complete game with three strikeouts.


The Hawks started the offensive rally in the first inning getting five runs off the bats of Andy Almquist (3-3, 1 RBI), Adam McDonough (1-3, RBI), and Jacob Owens (2-3, 5 RBI). The Thunderhawks added one more in the second from a sac fly by Hayden Senger and one in the fourth from Almquist. The Hawks sealed the win with four more runs in the fifth from Austin Hatfield (2-3), Jefferson Szydlowski (2-4, 1 RBI), Mitchell Bodden (1-2, 1 RBI), and Neil Shaw (1-3).


The Thunderhawks will face GMC foe Colerain on Thursday at Colerain at 5pm.

5/14

SECTIONAL

vs. Colerain

lost 7-3 14-12 12-6 LINK

The Lakota East Thunderhawks baseball season ended on Thursday in the 2nd round of the sectional tournament with a 7-3 loss to the Colerain Cardinals.

The Hawks took the early 3-0 lead in the 2nd inning. Andy Almquist pitched giving up only a double early on and the defense kept the runner from scoring.


The Cardinals got on the board in the 4th inning tying up the game at 3-3. Unfortunately, the Thunderhawks couldn’t cross the plate again and the Cardinals scored four more over the next two innings.


East baseball finished their 2015 season with an overall record of 14-12 and 12-6 in the always competitive GMC (4th). Good Luck to our seniors in all of their future endeavors.

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Softball

SEASON STATS

Date Opponent W/L Score Overall
Record
GMC
Record
Box Score Game Highlights
3/28 Whiteland         LINK  
3/30 Sycamore won 10-0 1-0 1-0 LINK

TOWE TOSSES SEASON OPENING NO-NO!

East Softball opened their season Monday, March 30th with a whopping 10-0 win over Sycamore. Kianah Towe tossed a no-hitter and was one batter away from a perfect game. See details below:

MELISSA JACOBSEN 3-3 SCORED A RUN ALL THREE TIMES
RACHEL LEWIS 2-4
KIANAH TOWE TRIPLE

3/31 Little Miami won 10-0 2-0 1-0 LINK

The Lady Hawk softballers posted their 2nd 10-0 win in two days over Little Miami last Tuesday. The game was called after 6 innings via the run rule limit. See details below:


MALLOY CAPRONI WINNING PITCHER 1-0 .PITCH 4 SHUTOUT INNINGS . WITH ONE HIT


BRIANNA CASTNER MOPPED UP THE NEXT 2 INNINGS . 0 RUNS SCORED . WITH TWO HITS


PAYTON CALLIHAN 3-4 – ONE DOUBLE
RACHAEL LEWIS 3-4 – TWO DOUBLES
TARA MANNING 2-4
ALLY KATES ONE DOUBLE
SAMATHA GALVAN 2-2

4/1 @ Fairfield won 9-0 3-0 2-0 LINK

East Off to 3-0 Start!

Lakota East defeated GMC foe Fairfield 9-0 last Wednesday. The team has opened their 2015 outscoring their opponents 29-0 in the first three games. See details below:

KIANAH TOWE WINNING PITCHER NOW 2-0 IN GMC PLAY. SHUTOUT/ 9 – STRIKEOUTS/ 3 HITS

OFFENSIVELY
ALL 9 BATTERS HAD A RBI
PAYTON CALLIHAN ONE DOUBLE
RACHEL LEWIS 2-4 2 – DOUBLES
TARA MANNING ONE DOUBLE
HANNAH MESSER 3-4
ALLY KATES 3-4
MACKENZIE RIECK 2-4
KIANAH TOWE 1-3
MELISSA JACOBSEN 2-4
KYLIE DEMPSEY

Last Thursdays game vs. Hamilton was rained out. Next up East will visit Oak Hills on Monday, 4/6.

4/2 Hamilton         LINK PPD
4/7 Hamilton won 16-0 4-0 3-0 LINK

Lakota East Softball stayed unscored upon and undefeated on Tuesday with a 16-0 rout vs. Hamilton.

Mallory Caproni picks up her second win of the season as East shuts out its fourth straight opponent.  Mallory also lead the way at the plate going 2-3 and hitting her first career HR, a grand slam.  Other batting leaders for East: Callihan 3-3, 2B, 3 rbi; Butikofer 2-2, 2B; Manning 2-3, 2 Doubles, 3 rbi; Messer 2-2, 2B, 3 rbi;
Jacobsen 3-3. 

 

The Lady Hawks will host Lakota West today, pending weather. They will be back in action at home vs. Northwest on Thursday.

4/8 Lakota West         LINK PPD rescheduled for 4/25
4/9 Northwest         LINK PPD
4/10 Edgewood won 7-1 5-0 3-0 LINK

East dropped Edgewood 7-1 in a non-conference contest on the first of a Friday night twin bill.

Kiana Towe (3-0) picks up the win throwing 4 scoreless innings and Mallory Caproni closed out the win with 3 innings in relief.  East blew open a tight 3-1 game by scoring 4 in the bottom of the 6th with Rachel Lewis and Tara Manning providing the key hits.  Batting Leaders:  Callihan 2-3, 2 doubles; Lewis 3-4, HR, 4 rbi; Manning, 3-4, 2B, 2 rbi; Caproni 2B.

4/10 @ Glen Este lost 3-2 5-1 3-0 LINK

The Lady Hawks dropped their first game of the season in the night cap with a 3-2 loss to Glen Este.

The Trojans rallied from a 2-1 deficit to hand the Hawks their first loss of the season.  Kiana Towe (3-1) struck out 8 in 6 innings of work picked up the loss.  Tara Manning provided an early lead with an rbi double in the 1st.  An error in the 4th gave East a 2-1 lead that didn’t hold up.  Batting leaders: Lewis 2-4, 2B; Jacobsen 2-3; Butikofer, 2B; Manning, 2B.

4/11 @ Oak Hills (makeup from 4/6) won 10-4 6-1 4-0  

On Saturday, East defeated Oak Hills 10-4 to stay unbeaten in GMC place. The Hawks are 6-1 overall.

East rallied from a 4-3 deficit by scoring 3 in the 6th and 4 in the 7th to pull away from the Highlanders.  Kiana Towe (4-1) picked up the win while striking out five.  Tara Manning led a balanced attack with 3 of the Hawks’ 14 hits.  Batting leaders: Lewis 2-5, 3B, 2 rbi; Manning 3-5, 2B, 3B, rbi; Rieck 2-4, 2B; Jacobsen 2-4.

Next up they travel to Colerain on Monday and host Wilmington on Tuesday.

4/13 @ Colerain won 14-0 7-1 5-0 LINK

East 14 – Colerain 0
East jumped on the Cardinals early by scoring 3 in the 1st, 4 in the 2nd and 7 in the 3rd to earn the win.  The Hawks pounded out 14 hits, including 8 in the decisive 3rd inning.  Mallory Caproni (3-0) picked up the win, striking out 5.  Batting leaders: Rachel Lewis 3-4, HR, 2B, 2 rbi; Callihan 2-3, Manning 3-3, 2 rbi; Messer, 2-3, 2B, rbi.
East is 7-1(5-0 GMC)

4/14 Wilmington won 10-1 8-1 5-0 LINK

East 10 – Wilmington 1
Kiana Towe (5-1) picks up the win over the Hurricanes striking out 11 batters in 6 innings of work including 7 K’s in a row.  Kari Tobak throw 1 inning of scoreless relief.  Kiana yielded only hit and 1 earned run.  the Hawks offense blew open a tight game in the bottom of the 6th scoring 5 runs in the frame.
Batting Leaders: Dempsey 3-4, 3B, 4 rbi; Lewis 2-5, 2B, 2 rbi; Jacobsen 2-4; Towe, 2B; Manning, 2B.
East is 8-1 (5-0 GMC)

4/15 Mason lost 4-3 8-2 5-1 LINK


East dropped a tough game in extra innings on Wednesday. Mason plated the winning run on a bunt single with 2 outs in the top of the 9th. Final score was 4- 3 Mason. The loss was the Lady Hawks first conference defeat and sends their record to 8-2 overall and 5-1 in the GMC.

Kylie Dempsey singled with 2 outs in the bottom of the 9th to give the Hawks a chance but a fielders choice ended the game. Kiana Towe (5-2) picked up the loss, pitching all 9 innings and striking out 5. The offense was led by Tara Manning and Kylie Dempsey who each had 2 hits and Hannah Messer had 2 rbi.

Next up East will host Princeton on Thursday, April 16.

4/16 Princeton won 11-1 9-2 6-1 LINK

The Lady Hawks bounced back from Wednesday's loss to Mason with a 11-1 drubbing of Princeton.

East scored 5 runs in the first two innings and rallied for 6 in the bottom of the 6th to close out the victory. The 6th inning was highlighted by 7 consecutive hits including extra base hits by Mackenzie Rieck, Kiana Towe, Rachel Lewis, and Peyton Callihan.

Pitching duties were split by Briana Castner (1-0) and Kari Tobak, each threw 3 innings. Bri pitched 3 perfect innings while Kari struck out 5 in 3 innings. Batting Leaders: Lewis 2-4, 2B, 3B, 2 rbi; Callihan, 2B; Messer 2-4, rbi; Rieck, 2B; Towe, 2B, rbi; Jacobsen 2-3


East is 9-2 (6-1 GMC) and will visit Middletown on Friday.

4/17 @ Middletown won 17-0 10-2 7-1 LINK

Lakota East Softball smashed Middletown last Friday by a final score of 17-0. Rachel Lewis pounded 2 homeruns and Kiana Towe (6-2) and Mallory Caproni combine for a 5 inning no-hitter as the Hawks defeat the Middies in 5 innings.

The pitchers combined for 9 strikeouts while the offense generated 13 hits in the victory.

Batting Leaders: Lewis 2-3, 2 HR’s, 5 rbi; Manning 3-4, 2B; Messer 2-2, 2B, Kates 2-3, Jacobsen 2-3; Dempsey, 2-3.

Next up they visit Sycamore on Monday, April 20, weather permitting.

4/20 @ Sycamore won 14-1 11-2 8-1 LINK

East Softball routed Sycamore 14-1 in 5 innings last Monday.
The girls scored 11 runs in the first 2 innings and cruised to the win yielding only an unearned run in the 5th inning.

Kiana Towe (7-2) and Kari Tobak split the pitching duties with Kiana striking out 6 in 3 innings of work and only issuing 1 walk and no hits. Kari pitched the final 2 frames giving up an unearned run and 4 hits.

The offense was led by Rachel Lewis and Mackenzie Rieck who each had 3 hits. Batting Leaders: Lewis 3-3, 3B, rbi; Kates 2-4, 2B, 3 rbi; Rieck 3-4, 2B, 3 rbi; Towe 2-3; Dempsey, 3B, 2 rbi

Next up East will host Fairfield on Wednesday, April 22nd.

4/22 Fairfield won 11-1 12-2 9-1 LINK

East defeated Fairfield on Wednesday by a score of 11-1 in 5 innings.


East scored 4 runs in each of the 3rd and 4th innings to break open a tight 1-0 game. Ally Kates delivered the key hit in the 3rd and 4th with a 2-run hits in both innings. Kiana Towe (8-2) picked up the win allowing the only run on a solo HR.

The offense pounded out 14 hits with 6 players having multi-hit games: Peyton Callihan, Rachel Lewis, Tara Manning, Hannah Messer, Ally Kates, and Kiana Towe. Batting Leaders: Callihan 3-3, 3B, rbi; Lewis 2-4; Kates 2-3, 2B, 4 rbi; Manning 2-3, rbi; Messer 2-4, 2 rbi; Towe 2-3, 2B, rbi.

Next up East will visit Hamilton on Friday, April 24th. The will host Lakota West in a makeup contest on Saturday, weather permitting.

4/24 @ Hamilton won 10-0 13-2 10-1 LINK

East 10 – Hamilton 0 (5 innings)


East broke open a tight 4-0 game by scoring 6 runs in the bottom of the 5th to run rule the Big Blue. Kiana Towe (9-2) picked up the win a couple of hits and striking out 8. The offense pounded out 13 hits with 4 extra base hits, including 3 doubles by Kiana Towe.

Batting Leaders: Callihan 3-3; Lewis 2-4; Manning 2-3, 2 rbi; Galvan, 2B, rbi; Towe 3-3, 3doubles, 2 rbi.
East is 13-2 (10-1 GMC)

4/27 Oak Hills won 13-8 14-2 11-1  

On Monday East beat Oak Hills 13-8. The Hawks rallied from a 7-3 deficit in the 4th inning, scoring 7 runs in the 4th with Tara Manning’s 2-run double and Mackenzie Rieck’s 3-run double as the key blows of the inning. East scored 3 more insurance runs in the 6th with Kylie Dempsey and Rieck providing rbi singles. Kiana Towe (10-2) picked up the win while striking out 8 in the complete game victory.


Batting Leaders: Lewis 2-4, 2B; Kates 2-3, rbi; Manning 2B, 2 rbi; Messer 2-4, 2 rbi; Towe 2-4, 2B, rbi; Rieck 2-4, 2B, 4 rbi; Jacobsen 2-4; Dempsey 2-4, rbi

4/28 Middletown won 15-0 15-2 12-1 LINK

East defeated Middletown 15-0 in 5 innings on Tuesday. The Hawks scored in every inning while pounding out 14 hits to beat the Middies. Mallory Caproni (4-0) picked up the win while striking out 9 and allowing 5 hits. Peyton Callihan led the way at the plate with 3 hits.


Batting Leaders: Callihan 3-4, 2B; Lewis 2-4, 2 rbi; Kates 3 rbi; Manning 2-4, 2B; Messer 2-3, rbi; Galvan, 3 rbi; Jacobsen 2-3, rbi.
East is 15-2 (12-1 GMC)

The Hawks are back in action at rival Lakota West on Wednesday. They will host the Firebirds in a makeup game on Thursday.

4/29 @ West lost 9-2 15-3 12-2 LINK

East fell to West 9-2 on Wednesday. The Hawks trailed 4-0 early and rallied to cut the deficit to 4-2 and had the bases loaded and failed to score and then the Firebirds pulled away for the victory aided by 5 unearned runs.

Kiana Towe (10-3) picked up the loss yielding 4 earned in 6 innings while striking out 8. Rachel Lewis led the way offensively with 2 hits, including a double.
Batting Leaders: Lewis 2-4, 2B; Towe, 2B.

4/30 Lakota West (makeup) lost 20-8 15-4 12-3 LINK

The Hawks fell for the second straight day to West by a score of 20-8 in 6 innings on Thursday.
The Hawks never led in this contest as they watched the Firebirds score in every inning except 1. Rachel Lewis and Ally Kates each had 3 hits for the Hawks but it wasn’t enough to swing the balance of the game.

Kiana Towe (10-4) picked up the loss yielding 6 earned in 2 innings of work. Batting Leaders: Lewis 3-4, 2 doubles, 2 rbi; Kates 3-4, 2B, 4 rbi.


East is 15-4 (12-3 GMC). They will host Princeton on Friday.

5/1 @ Princeton won 20-0 16-4 13-3 LINK

East smashed Princeton on Friday by a score of 20-0. The Hawks jumped out to a 9-0 lead after the first half inning and cruised to the victory. Rachel Lewis was the batting star as she went 4-4, clubbing 3 homeruns including 2 grand slams and had 11 rbi in just the first 2 innings. Kari Tobak and Bri Castner combined for the shutout. It was Kari’s first varsity win.


Batting Leaders: Lewis 4-4, 3 HR, 2 Grand Slams, 11 rbi; Tara Manning 2-2, 2B, rbi; Hannah Messer 3-3, 2 rbi; Galvan 2-3; Callihan 2-3; Stolitca 2B, Haverland 2B
East is 16-4 (13-3 GMC)

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5-2 Newton won 3-0 17-4 13-3  

East won a pair of non-conference games last Saturday. East defeated Newton 3-0 and Houston 13-1.

Against Newton, East jumped out to a 2-0 lead after the first inning and held on for a 3-0 victory. The Hawks only produced 3 hits but it was enough to produce 3 runs and the win. Kiana Towe (11-4) picked up the win throwing a 1 hitter and striking out 11. Rachel Lewis provided most of the offense going 2-3 with a double. Melissa Jacobsen and Peyton Callihan provided the only rbi’s for the Hawks.


Batting Leaders: Lewis 2-3, 2B, 2 runs scored.
East is 17-4 (13-3 GMC)

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5/2 Houston won 13-1 18-4 13-3  

Against Houston, East started the top of the first with a flurry as Rachel Lewis hit a lead-off HR, followed by a Melissa Jacobsen single and a Tara Manning HR for a quick 3-0 lead. Rachel Lewis and Regan Butikofer each had 3 hits for the Hawks. Kiana Towe (12-4) started and picked up the win giving up 1 earned run and striking out 4 in 3 innings of work. Kari Tobak threw 2 innings of shutout relief


Batting Leaders: Lewis 3-3, HR, 2 rbi; Manning 2-4, HR, 3 rbi; Butikofer 3-4, 2B, rbi; Galvan 2-3, rbi; Stolitca, 2B
East is 18-4 (13-3 GMC)

Next up the Hawks host Colerain on Monday and Mechanicsburg on Tuesday.

5/4 Colerain won 10-0 19-4

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East defeated Colerain 10-0 in 6 innings on Monday. The Thunderhawks scored in every inning and pounded out 10 hits, including homeruns by Rachel Lewis, her 9th of the season, and Mackenzie Rieck.

Kiana Towe (13-4) started and picked up the win giving up 1 just 1 hit in 5 innings while Kari Tobak threw 1 inning of shutout relief. Kiana had 6 K’s while Kari had 1.
Batting Leaders: Lewis HR, rbi; Jacobsen 2-2; Manning 2-4, 2B, 2 rbi; Callihan, 2B, rbi;
Rieck 2-3, HR, 3 rbi.
East is 19-4 (14-3 GMC)

5/5 Mechanicsburg won 11-1 20-4 14-3 LINK

East beat up Mechanicsburg 11-1 (5 innings) on Tuesday. The Thunderhawks made it a successful senior night for Peyton Callihan and Kylie Dempsey as they beat the Indians 11-1. Rachel Lewis hit her 10th homerun of the season, a grand slam in the 3rd and Kiana Towe delivered her first HR of the season, a 3-run shot in the first. Ally Kates delivered a key 2 out, 2 run single in the first for the Hawks’ first runs.

Kiana Towe (14-4) started and picked up the win giving up just 1 hit in 4 innings while Bri Castner threw 1 inning of shutout relief. Kiana had 6 K’s.
Batting Leaders: Lewis 2-4, HR, 4 rbi; Jacobsen 2-4; Kates 2-2, 2B, 2 rbi; Towe 2-2, HR, 2B, 3 rbi; Dempsey 2-2.
East is 20-4 (14-3 GMC)

The Thunderhawks play their final GMC and regular season game today at Mason.

East Softball is the #2 seed in the upcoming Dayton 4 Sectional. They will play Stebbins HS at 5:00 PM on Monday, May 11th.

5/6 @ Mason lost 11-10 20-5 14-4 LINK

East fell to Mason in an exciting HS softball game on Wednesday, by a score of 11-10.


The Thunderhawks jumped out to a quick 8-0 lead in the first inning with Mackenzie Rieck delivering the key blow, a grand slam. After falling behind 9-8 to start the 7th , East rallied to take a 10-9 lead with rbi singles by Rachel Lewis and Mackenzie Rieck.

However, Mason rallied for a 11-10 win taking advantage of a key 1 out error that led the Comets win. Kari Tobak (1-1) threw the whole game striking out 5 in the loss.


Batting Leaders: Lewis 3-5, 2B, rbi; Jacobsen 3-5, rbi; Messer, 2B, rbi; Rieck 2-4, HR (grand slam), 5 rbi.
East is 20-5 (14-4 GMC)

East Softball is the #2 seed in the upcoming Dayton 4 Sectional. They will play Stebbins HS at 5:00 PM on Monday, May 11th.

5/11

SECTIONAL

vs Stebbins HS, 5:00 PM

won 16-2 21-5 14-4 LINK

East 16 – Stebbins 2 (5 innings)
The Thunderhawks scored in every inning and defeated the Indians in their opening tournament game. Bri Castner (2-0) picked up the win while striking out 8. Adrian Stolitka led the East bats by going 3-4 with 2 doubles and 5 rbi.
Batting Leaders: Eilerman 2-3, 3B, rbi; Butikofer 2-3; Stolitka 3-4, 2-2B, 5 rbi; Haverland 2-3, 2B,rbi; Galvan 2-3, 2 rbi; Beckham 2-3, 2B, 2 rbi.

East will play their final regular season contest on Thursday at home vs. McAuley.

5/13

SECTIONAL

vs. Middletown, 5:00 PM

won 9-1 22-5 14-4 LINK

East defeated Middletown in the first round of the Sectional tourney on Wednesday by a score of 9-1.


The Hawks jumped out to an earlier 4-0 lead after the first inning and never looked back. Kiana Towe (15-4) picked up the win throwing the first 4 innings while not allowing a run. Kiana only gave up 2 hits while striking out 7. Kari Tobak closed out the win throwing the final 3 innings and only allowing 1 earned run. Hannah Messer and Ally Kates delivered back to back rbi triples in the first inning for the key hits in the opening frame.


Batting Leaders: Jacobsen 2-3, rbi; Manning 2-2, 2B, rbi; Messer, 3B; Kates 2-2, 3B, rbi.
East is 22-5 (14-4 GMC)

5/14 MCAuley won 1-0 23-5 14-4 LINK

East defeated McAuley 1-0 in their final regular season contest on Thurday.


Mackenzie Rieck doubled to lead off the bottom of the 7th, Kylie Dempsey sacrificed her to third, nd she scored the only run of the game on Rachel Lewis’ rbi groundout. Kiana Towe (16-4) was strong in the circle shutting out the Mohawks while


Batting Leaders: Lewis 2-4, rbi; Towe, 2B; Rieck, 2B


East is 23-5 (14-4 GMC) and advances to the Sectional final next Monday, May 18th, 5:00 PM against Centerville at Kettering Fairmont.

5/19

SECTIONAL FINAL

vs. Centerville @ Fairmont, 5:00 PM

won 3-0 24-5 14-4 LINK


SECTIONAL CHAMPS!

Lakota East Softball won another sectional title on Tuesday by defeating Centerville 3-0.

Kiana Towe (17-4) led the way both in the circle and the batter’s box. Kiana was 2-3 at the plate, scoring after her leadoff triple and producing and rbi single for an issurance run in the 6th. In the circle, she allowed only 3 hits while striking out 7 in the shutout. Mackenzie Rieck produce a run with an rbi single after Kiana’s triple.


Batting Leaders: Manning 2B; Callihan 2B; Towe 2-3, 3B, rbi;
East is 24-5 (14-4 GMC)

East will face a familiar opponent tonight in the District Final. Lakota East and Mason will square off for the third time this season at Dayton Northmont for a chance to advance to the Sweet Sixteen.

Last year they fell to Fairfield 7-2 in the District Final. In 2013 they lost to Lebanon in this same game. East last won a District title in 2011 defeating Northmont 2-0 and eventually falling in the Regional Final to Lakota West.

East has captured 6 District Titles since the school began play in 1998.

5/22

DISTRICT FINAL

vs. Mason @ Northmont

lost 8-7 24-6 14-4 LINK

Hawks Fall in District Finale

An extra inning rally fell just a little short last Friday night as East softball fell to Mason 8-7 in 9 innings in the District Championship contest at Northmont HS. Another outstanding girls softball season comes to a close as the Thunderhawks finish 24-6.

Lakota East tied the game in the bottom of the first when Melissa Jacobsen scored on a throwing error. The Thunderhawks took a 2-1 lead in the bottom of the third when Mackenzie Rieck hit a solo home run to left field.

Mason answered with three runs in the fifth for a 5-2 lead. Lakota East made the game quite interesting in the bottom of the seventh by scoring three runs.

Mason scored three runs in the top of the ninth to clinch the win. The Comets scored on an error to make it 6-5. Then, a two-run home run gave the Comets an 8-5.

Lakota East senior Payton Callihan hit a two-run home run in the bottom of the ninth inning to reduce Mason's lead to 8-7. But, that was as far as East could go.

An talented group of underclassman will return in 2016 for what should be a tremendous sesason.

East Softball highlights include another 20+ win season, 3rd place finish in the GMC, Sectional Championship and District Runnerup.

 

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Boys Tennis
Date Opponent W/L Score Overall
Record
GMC
Record
Individual Results
4/7 @ Princeton         PPD
4/8 @ Walnut Hills @ Sawyer Point         PPD
4/9 Colerain         PPD
4/10 LaSalle won 5-0 1-0   The tennis Thunderhawks started the season off with a convincing 5-0 victory over Lasalle. Matt Spaulding, Chris Holden, and Kamil Sacha all earned their first varsity tennis victories.

1st singles: Chris Holden defeated Eric Blessing 6-1 6-1
2nd singles: Boris Menninger defeated David Orth 6-1 6-0
3rd singles: Andrew Hoke defeated Jake Lawson 6-0 6-2
1st doubles: Kirill Smolyansky and Brad Barren defeated Bumpus-Ruhe 6-2 6-1
2nd doubles: Matt Spaulding and Kamil Sacha defeated Bogenschutz-Muth 6-2 6-1
4/11 Princeton won 4-1 2-0 1-0

Led by strong play at both doubles, East defeated Princeton 4-1 on Saturday to open GMC league play for the season.

1st singles: Chris Holden lost to Matt Arroyo 2-6 2-6
2nd singles: Boris Menninger defeated Abe Williams 7-5 6-0
3rd singles: Andrew Hoke defeated Joe Cunningham 6-1 6-3
1st doubles: Kirill Smolyansky and Brad Barren defeated Creed-Foster 6-1 6-1
2nd doubles: Matt Spaulding and Kamil Sacha defeated Hardin-Medina 6-1 6-0

Next up East will host Talawanda on Monday.

4/12

State Team Tourney

vs. Centerville

lost       Our Hawks suffered their first defeat of the season, Saturday, April 12th, falling to a talented Centerville squad 2-3 in the state team tournament. The first doubles squad of Kirill and Brad defeated one of the best doubles teams in the area in a 3-setter, while Boris Menninger won a highlight-filled singles match for East.

1st singles: Chris Holden lost to Josh Giambattista 0-6 2-6
2nd singles: Boris Menninger defeated Neil Day 7-6 6-3
3rd singles: Andrew Hoke lost to Connor Poe 0-6 2-6
1st doubles: Kirill Smolyansky and Brad Barren defeated Volley-Holbrook 3-6 6-2 6-4
2nd doubles: Matt Spaulding and Kamil Sacha lost to Fullington-Kaskocsak 4-6 4-6
4/13 Talawanda won 5-0 3-0 1-0 East defeated Talawanda 5-0 last Monday and were led by great singles matches by Andrew Hoke and Brad Barren. See scores below:

1st singles: Boris Menninger defeated Connor Wentzel 6-4 6-4
2nd singles: Brad Barren defeated Ryan Danielson 6-0 6-2
3rd singles: Andrew Hoke defeated Noah Pitts 6-2 6-1
1st doubles: Kirill Smolyansky and Matt Spaulding defeated Garver-Green 6-1 6-1
2nd doubles: Kamil Sacha and Ty Sutter defeated Wespiser-Patterson 6-1 6-1
4/14 Middletown won 5-0 4-1 2-0

Lakota East tennis improved their GMC record to 2-0 with a 5-0 victory over Middletown. Both doubles teams earned 6-0 6-0 victories to lead the way for the Thunderhawks.

1st singles: Boris Menninger defeated Antonio Williams 6-1 6-3
2nd singles: Brad Barren defeated Cam Mathis 6-0 6-1
3rd singles: Andrew Hoke defeated Mateo Olivance 6-0 6-1
1st doubles: Kirill Smolyansky and Matt Spaulding defeated Lewis-Page 6-0 6-0
2nd doubles: Kamil Sacha and Ty Sutter defeated Morgan-Ramsey 6-0 6-0

Next up East will host Fairfield on Thursday, April 16th.

             
4/16 Fairfield won 4-1 5-1 3-0

The Thunderhawks moved to 5-1 on the season (3-0 in the GMC) with a 4-1 victory over Fairfield on Thursday. Brad Barren led the way for East with a pinpoint control 6-0 6-0 victory at second singles.

1st singles: Boris Menninger lost to Kyle Robertson 1-6 5-7
2nd singles: Brad Barren defeated Mark Roest 6-0 6-0
3rd singles: Andrew Hoke defeated Sarah Radcliffe 6-1 6-0
1st doubles: Kirill Smolyansky and Matt Spaulding defeated Hocter-Radcliffe 6-0 6-4
2nd doubles: Kamil Sacha and Ty Sutter defeated Obrien-Robertson 6-2 6-2

Next up East will host Colerain on Friday.

4/17 Colerain won 3-2 6-1 4-0

East Tennis Stays Perfect in the GMC!

In a match between two of the top teams in the GMC standings, the Thunderhawks defeated the Colerain Cardinals 3-2 last Friday. In a total team effort led once again by great play on both doubles courts, East raised the season record to 6-1 (4-0 in the GMC).

1st singles: Boris Menninger lost to Matt Laskey 3-6 1-6
2nd singles: Brad Barren defeated Doug Friedhoff 6-3 6-2
3rd singles: Andrew Hoke lost to Henry Wessels 2-6 2-6
1st doubles: Kirill Smolyansky and Matt Spaulding defeated Koenig-Taphorn 6-1 6-3
2nd doubles: Kamil Sacha and Ty Sutter defeated Sprenger-Wickham 6-3 6-1

Next up East will host Loveland on Monday, April 20th.

4/20 Loveland won 4-1 7-1 4-0 East defeated a high quality Loveland team 4-1 on Monday. Highlights included a marathon comeback victory for Brad Barren at 2nd singles and another well-played match by Andrew Hoke at 3rd singles.

1st singles: Boris Menninger lost to J. Harris 4-6 1-6
2nd singles: Brad Barren defeated C. Harris 6-7 7-6 6-3
3rd singles: Andrew Hoke defeated A. Syod 6-1 6-1
1st doubles: Kirill Smolyansky and Matt Spaulding defeated Kadish-Lutz 7-5 6-1
2nd doubles: Kamil Sacha and Ty Sutter defeated Hogan-Richmond 6-3 6-4
4/21 @ Oak Hills won 5-0 8-1 5-0

The Hawks moved to 5-0 in league play with a 5-0 victory over Oak Hills on Tuesday.

1st singles: Boris Menninger defeated Jeff Schoonover 7-6 6-1
2nd singles: Brad Barren defeated Chase Pearson 6-0 6-0
3rd singles: Andrew Hoke defeated Nate Hill 6-1 6-0
1st doubles: Kirill Smolyansky and Matt Spaulding defeated Graff-Thomas 6-1 6-2
2nd doubles: Kamil Sacha and Ty Sutter defeated Thorman-Farres 6-1 6-4

Next up East will host West on Wednesday, Aprl 22nd.

4/22 West won 3-2 9-1 6-0

Hawks Beat Firebirds!

In extremely windy conditions that left many players lunging for curving tennis balls, Lakota East hung on for a 3-2 victory over district rival Lakota West last Wednesday. With the match tied at 2-2, the first doubles team of Matt Spaulding and Kirill Smolyansky came through under pressure conditions to earn a 6-3 6-4 victory to seal the team win for East.

1st singles: Boris Menninger lost to Erik Isele 1-6 4-6
2nd singles: Brad Barren defeated Garrett Lindsey 6-4 6-2
3rd singles: Andrew Hoke lost to Mark Leinhardt 2-6 1-6
1st doubles: Kirill Smolyansky and Matt Spaulding defeated Dietz-Zanheis 6-3 6-4
2nd doubles: Kamil Sacha and Ty Sutter defeated Griffiths-Hester 6-4 6-1

East is participating in the annual Coaches Classic at Mason today thru Saturday.

4/25 GCTCA        

Lakota East placed 4th in B Flight of the GCTCA tournament over the weekend. Individual results are as follows:


1st singles – Boris Menninger placed 3rd
2nd singles – Brad Barren placed 4th
3rd singles – Andrew Hoke placed 5th
1st doubles – Kirill Smolyansky and Matt Spaulding placed 2nd
2nd doubles – Kamil Sacha and Ty Sutter placed 2nd

Next up East will visit Sycamore on Tuesday, April 28th.

4/28 @ Sycamore lost 5-0 9-2 6-1

In a contest between the two teams at the top of the GMC standings, Lakota East fell to Sycamore 0-5 on Tuesday. Proving why they are currently the unanimously ranked #1 tennis team in the state of Ohio (after winning the state team title last season), the Aviators were able to win all five courts despite solid play by the Thunderhawks.

1st singles: Chris Holden lost to Alex Taylor 2-6 0-6
2nd singles: Boris Menninger lost to Noah Stern 2-6 0-6
3rd singles: Andrew Hoke lost to Nakul Narendran 3-6 0-6
1st doubles: Brad Barren and Kirill Smolyansky lost to Wittenbaum-Venkitarama 1-6 1-6
2nd doubles: Matt Spaulding and Kamil Sacha lost to Liou-Zhang 0-6 2-6

Next up East will visit Mason on Wednesday, April 29th.

4/29 Mason lost 5-0 9-3 6-2 Lakota East lost on Wednesday to Mason (ranked #7 in the state) 0-5, to fall to 6-2 in league play and 9-3 overall. See scores below:

1st singles: Chris Holden lost to Boulos 2-6 2-6
2nd singles: Brad Barren lost to Kang 2-6 3-6
3rd singles: Boris Menninger lost to Srinath 2-6 0-6
1st doubles: Kirill Smolyansky and Matt Spaulding lost to Reddy-Singuri 3-6 6-7
2nd doubles: Kamil Sacha and Ty Sutter Vahyam-Sandella 2-6 0-6
4/30 @ Hamilton         East's match at Hamilton on Thursday was postponed. The Hawks are back in action at Kings on Friday, April 1st.
5/1 @ Kings lost 3-2 9-4 6-2

The Hawks lost to a 10-1 Kings team by a score of 2-3 on Friday. Both doubles teams continued their excellent play, with both 1st and 2nd doubles raising their individual season records to 10-2 (with their only losses coming to teams ranked in the top 10 in the state). All three singles played well in defeat, falling to a lineup that has earned a combined 33 individual singles victories for the Knights so far this year.

1st singles: Chris Holden lost to Hunter Nosek 3-6 3-6
2nd singles: Boris Menninger lost to Alex MacNeil 6-2 4-6 6-7
3rd singles: Andrew Hoke lost to Anders Wikom 4-6 1-6
1st doubles: Kirill Smolyansky and Matt Spaulding defeated Benton-Edwards 6-1 6-1
2nd doubles: Kamil Sacha and Ty Sutter defeated Ventre-Corey 6-0 6-1

Next up East will host Oakwood on Wednesday. The GMC Championships are slated at Mason on Thursday-Saturday, May 7-9.

5/6 Hamilton won 5-0 10-4 7-2

East finished the GMC schedule at 7-2 (11-4 overall) on Wednesday, thanks to a 5-0 victory over Hamilton. See scores below:

1st singles: Chris Holden defeated Alex Sprague 6-1 6-0
2nd singles: Boris Menninger defeated Jack Henry 6-0 6-0
3rd singles: Andrew Hoke defeated Wyatt Baker 6-0 6-0
1st doubles: Kirill Smolyansky and Brad Barren defeated Brown-Seilor 6-0 6-0
2nd doubles: Kamil Sacha and Matt Spaulding won by forfeit

 

5/6 Oakwood won 4-1 11-4 7-2

Lakota East defeated a talented squad from Oakwood on Tuesday by a score of 4-1. Great shots were common on all the courts from both sides, with East being led by Boris Menninger dominating at third singles and a three-set victory by Kirill Smolyansky and Matt Spaulding at first doubles.

1st singles: Chris Holden lost to Luke Minard 2-6 4-6
2nd singles: Brad Barren defeated Cameron Grind 6-0 7-6
3rd singles: Boris Menninger defeated Nick Cassidy 6-0 6-0
1st doubles: Kirill Smolyansky and Matt Spaulding defeated Baker-Battner 2-6 6-3 6-4
2nd doubles: Kamil Sacha and Ty Sutter defeated Anderson-Cambe 6-1 6-2

The Hawks will participate in the GMC Championships at Mason Thursday-Saturday this week. Lakota East players earned seeds on 4 of the 5 court flights.

5/7-5/9 GMC Championships @ Mason        

Lakota East placed 3rd in the GMC Tennis Tournament last Thursday/Saturday, matching their 3rd place finish in the regular season duals. All players for East advanced to at least the semifinals of their brackets.

Team Standings:
1st place – Sycamore
2nd place – Mason
3rd place – Lakota East

Individual Results:
1st singles – Chris Holden placed 4th
2nd singles – Brad Barren placed 4th
3rd singles – Boris Menninger placed 3rd
1st doubles – Kirill Smolyansky and Matt Spaulding placed 3rd
2nd doubles – Kamil Sacha and Ty Sutter placed 4th

Next up for East will be the sectional tournament on Friday 5/15 at Centerville. East has Chris Holden seeded 3rd and Boris Menninger seeded 4th in the singles draw, and the team of Brad Barren and Kirill Smolyansky seeded second in the doubles draw for sectionals. The top four in both singles and doubles will advance to the district tournament also held at Centerville on Thursday 5/21.

 

5/15-16

Sectional

@ Centerville

       

East Doubles Team Advances to Districts!

The doubles team of Kirill Smolyansky and Brad Barren placed second at this past weekend’s sectional tournament in Centerville, earning a spot in the district tournament as a #2 seed. The Thunderhawks defeated Springboro, Miamisburg, and Centerville before falling in the sectional championships to Beavercreek 6-4 3-6 2-6.

East will play Mason in the first round of districts this Thursday at Centerville.

5/21 District        

Proving once again that the GMC is the toughest tennis league in the state of Ohio, 5 of the 10 GMC schools had players advance past sectionals to the district round of play. Also, all four doubles teams (2 from Mason and 2 from Sycamore) and two of the four singles players (both from Sycamore) advancing from districts to the state championships were from the GMC. Unfortunately, the Lakota East doubles team of Kirill Smolyanksy and Brad Barren lost to one of those state-bound GMC teams, Mason, 1-6 1-6 in the first round of district play.

East Tennis once again put together another very solid season that most HS programs would be excited to accomplish. The team placed fourth at the annual GCTCA tourney and finished 3rd in the always tough GMC. The doubles team of Kirill Smolyansky and Brad Barren placed second at the sectional tournament in Centerville, earning a spot in the district tournament as a #2 seed. The team finished with an overall record of 11-4 and 7-2 in the GMC.

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Boys Volleyball
Date Opponent W/L Score Overall Record GMC Record

Game Highlights / Notes

4/7 @ Middletown won 25-14, 25-11, 25-20 1-0 1-0

Boys' Volleyball defeated Middletown 25-14, 25-11, 25-20 last night in their first match of the season. The Thunderhawks were led by the offense of junior Brad Meyer and sophomore Evan Kuhlman.

Next up East will visit Milford on Thursday.

49 @ Milford won 25-20, 27-25 2-0 1-0 East defeated Milford in 3 straight sets, 25-20, 27-25, 25-17 on Thursday night. The Hawke were led by the serving of sophomore Nathan Burbano, as well as sophomore Evan Kuhlman who had 17 kills. Senior setter Bryant Kuhlman had 30 assists, 5 kills, 2 blocks, and 2 aces.
4/11 LaSalle won 25-15, 25-20 3-0  

The Thunderhawks defeated Edgewood (25-5, 25-12) and LaSalle (25-15, 25-20) on Saturday. They were lead by junior Brad Meyer who had 17 kills over the 2 matches, and junior Zach Tenerowicz who had 6 serving aces.

 

4/11 Edgewood won 25-5, 25-12 4-0 1-0 The Thunderhawks take on GMC rival Mason, at Mason on Tuesday at 7:00.
4/14 @ Mason won 25-20, 25-13, 25-18 5-0 2-0

Boys volleyball defeats Mason in three straight sets, 25-20, 25-13, 25-18 last Tuesday. East remains undefeated on the season and in GMC play early in the 2015 season.

Senior middle hitter Jaspreet Deol had his best match of the season with 7 kills on 9 attempts. Sophomore Evan Kuhlman led the offense with 12 kills; junior Brad Meyer was close behind with 9. Senior leader and setter Bryant Kuhlman finished with 32 assists and 2 blocks.

Next up East will host Hamilton on Thursday, April 17th.

4/16 Hamilton won 25-9, 25-11, 25-9        6-0 3-0

East Volleyball knocked off Hamilton in three games on Thursday by scores of 25-9, 25-11, 25-9. The Hawks are 6-0 overall and 3-0 in the GMC.

East (6-0) will put their undefeated record on the line when they visit Lakota West (1-7) on Monday, April 20th.       

4/20 @ Lakota West won 25-21,25-18,25-18 7-0 4-0

East Spikes West!

Boys' Volleyball took down rival Lakota West in three straight sets, 25-21,25-18,25-18 on Monday. Sophomore Evan Kuhlman led the team with 16 kills. Junior Brad Meyer was close behind with 14. Evan and Brad also anchored the defense passing a 2.6 and a 2.8 respectively. Senior setter Bryant Kuhlman finished with 29 assists.

 

4/21 Fairfield lost 25-23, 25-18, 30-28   7-1 4-1

The Thunderhawks suffered their first loss of the season at the hands of Fairfield on Tuesday. The final scores, 25-23, 25-18, 30-28, were close but the Hawks still fell in three. Once again the offense was led by Junior Brad Meyer with 13 kills and and sophomore Evan Kuhlman with 15 kills. The team also finished with 15 blocks.

Now 7-1 overall, Lakota East will host Princeton on Thursday, April 23rd.

4/23 Princeton won 25-15, 25-13, 25-20 8-1 5-1

Boys' Volleyball defeated Princeton Thursday night, 25-15, 25-13, 25-20. The Thunderhawks offense was led by first year libero Jay Patel who had 4 aces, junior Brad Meyer with 12 kills, and sophomore Evan Kuhlman who had 15 kills. Senior setter Bryant Kuhlman had a season high 7 digs and 33 assists.

The Thunderhawks (8-1, 5-1) play Colerain on Monday at 7:00pm at East.

             
4/27 Colerain won 25-12, 25-8, 25-22 9-1 6-1 Boys' volleyball defeated Colerain Monday night, 25-12, 25-8, 25-22. Junior Brad Meyer had 15 kills, and most impressively, no errors. Senior Jaspreet Deol lead the team with 5 blocks, and freshman Jacob Leisten saw his first varsity match, ending with 4 assists.
4/28 @ Sycamore won 25-14, 22-25, 25-14, 25-22 10-1 7-1

Boys' volleyball defeats Sycamore in 4 sets Tuesday night, 25-14, 22-25, 25-14, 25-22. Junior outside Brad Meyer and sophomore Evan Kuhlman each finished with 21 kills.

The Thunderhawks had a strong net game with Jaspreet Deol (sr.), Nathan Burbano (soph.), Blake Butikofer (jr.), Brad Meyer (jr.), and Bryant Kuhlman (sr.) all finishing with 3 blocks each.

East will take on Oak Hills Thursday at 7 PM at home.

4/30 Oak Hills won 25-23, 28-26, and 25-18 11-1 8-1

The Thunderhawks took down Oak Hills Thursday night, 25-23, 28-26, and 25-18 to finish 2nd in the GMC. They were anchored by the consistent serving of junior Zach Tenerowicz and the hitting of junior outside Brad Meyer who finished with 19 kills. Senior setter Bryant Kuhlman finished with 31 assists and 6 blocks.

The Thunderhawks travel to LaSalle on Monday.

5/4 @ LaSalle won 25-11, 25-13, 25-11 12-1 8-1 Boys' volleyball defeats LaSalle in 3 sets Monday night, 25-11, 25-13, 25-11. Junior Brad Meyer and Sophomore Evan Kuhlman each finished with 11 kills. Brad added 8 digs and was closely followed by sophomore libero Jay Patel who had 6. Sophomore Nathan Burbano lead the team's blocking with 4.
5/5 @ Elder lost 23-25, 18-25, 8-25 12-2 8-1

Boys' volleyball fell to defending state champion Elder last night 23-25, 18-25, 8-25. Evan Kuhlman and Brad Meyer led the team with 5 and 4 kills. Erik Sagedal and Evan Kuhlman also finished with 3 blocks each.

The Thunderhawks take on Northmont Friday at Lakota East for Senior night at 7:00.

5/8 Northmont          
5/9 Fenwick lost 21-25, 25-15, 25-12       12-3 8-1

East lost to Fenwick 21-25, 25-15, 25-12 on Saturday in the first game of a tri-match that included St. Xavier (no scores reported).

Next up they visit Fenwick on Tuesday, May 12th.

5/9 St. Xavier lost 25-21, 25-15 12-4    
             
5/12 @ Fenwick lost  25-17, 25-23, 26-24   12-5 8-1

East fell to Fewick at home on Monday by scores of  25-17, 25-23, 26-24 . Next up they will visit Sycamore on Thursday for their final regular and GMC match of the season.

Postseason boy's volleyball gets underway on Monday, May 18th at Centerville vs. Northmont. Game time is set for 7:00 PM

5/14 @ Sycamore          
5/18

Tournament

vs. Northmont @ Centerville

won  25-18, 22-25, 25-18, 25-22  13-4 7-1

Boys Volleyball Advances!

Boys' volleyball advances to the regional final with a win over Northmont, 25-19, 22-25, 25-19, 25-2 on Monday night. Junior outside hitter Brad Meyer finished with 21 kills. Sophomore Evan Kuhlman was close behind with 18. Junior middle Erik Sagedal finished with 4 blocks. The defense was anchored by sophomore libero Jay Patel.

The Thunderhawks take on Beavercreek at Centerville on Saturday (5/23/15) at 6:00pm.

5/21

REGIONAL FINAL

vs. Beavercreek

@ Centerville

lost 25-21, 25-15, 25-13  13-5 7-1

Lakota East Boys Volleyball fell to Beavercreek last Thursday by scores of 25-21, 25-15, 25-13 in the Regional Final.

The Thunderhawks concluded another very good season with an overall record of 13-5 and 7-1 in the GMC. Highlights of the season include defeating Lakota West in three games and finishing the season has Regional Runnerup.


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Boys Track
Date Event Team Placings Game Highlights
3/28 Skyline Relays @ Elder   Cancelled
4/8-4/10 Coaches Classic @ Winton Woods 10th

The East boys track and field team finished 10th overall (24 teams) at the prestigious Coaches Classic event last weekend. See individual highlights below:

Michael Norris 2nd in 800m, Dustin Horter 6th in 800m
Dustin Horter 3rd in 1600m
Ryan Burrows 3rd in 3200m, David Jaeger 6th in 3200m
Lucas Zielasko 8th in Discus

The Track and Field Teams will compete at the Lebanon Relays on Friday, April 17th

4/17 Lebanon Relays 6th

The Boys Track and Field Team placed 6th out of 10 schools at the Lebanon Relays last Friday. See highlights below:


1st Place Boys 4X1600 Relay New school Record David Jaeger, Ryan Burrows, Dustin Horter, Tyler Anderson
3rd Place 4x200Relay Conolly Boughner, Dave Elendu, Aaron Wade, William Monday
3rd 4X100 Relay Boughner, Nigel Wade, A. Wade, Monday

 

4/22 Winton Woods Invite 3rd

The Boys Track Team placed 3rd out of 13 teams at the Winton Woods Invite. See highlights below:

1st 1600m Michael Norris
2nd 800m Tyler Anderson
3rd 4X800 1) Clayton Cowdery 10 2) Biehle, Eddie 10 3) Weisent, Ryan 9 4) Graska, Patrick 11
3rd 3200m Max Sellers
3rd Pole Vault Eric Strickland

East Track and Field will travel to the University of Louisville this Friday and Saturday to compete in the Eastern Relays.

4/24-4/25 Eastern Relays @ U of L  

East Boys Track participated in the Eastern Relays in Louisville, KY over the weekend. See highlights below:

3rd place 4x800relay Michael Norris, Tyler Anderson, Ryan Burrows, Dustin Horter


3200m run Dustn Horter 9:14 8th place, Ryan Burrows 9:42, David Jaeger 9:49, Vincent Galioto 10:00, all Personal Records.


110 hurdles Cameron Miller broke his own school record, Ben Kasik & Ben Wegener each won their Heats.


1600m Dustin Horter beat his PR by 2 seconds. Tyler Anderson turned it on at the end.


William Monday ran well in 100 & 200m.


Boys 4x100 Relay William Monday, Aaron Wade, Jeff Davis, Austin Williams looked good.

Next up for the Lakota East Track program is Hamilton on Tuesday, May 5th. The Mason Invitational is Friday, May 8th.

4/30 Little Miami  

The boys track team finished 5th overall out of 13 teams at Little Miami on April 30th. See champions below:

3200M Vincent Galioto, Tyler Anderson 2nd
1600m Ryan Burrows
Discus Lucas Zielasko
3rd Place 110H- Ben Kasik
3rd 400M Michael Norris

5/5 Hamilton  

East boys particpated the Hamilton Blue Heaven meet on Monday. See highlights below:

Champion 1600M David Jaeger
2nd 3200M David Jaeger
3rd 3200M Matt Sellers

Next up for the East Track and Field Teams is the Mason Invitational this Friday, May 8th.

5/8 Mason Invite  

East boy's track competed at the prestigious Mason Invite last Friday and finished 8th out of 25 teams. Lucas Zielasko was the overall discus champion with a personal best throw of 138'02. Congrats Lucas! See other highlights below:

2nd 800m Michael Norris PR 1:57.65
3rd 800M Dustin Horter PR 1:58.08
4th 3200m Ryan Burrows
6th Mile Run Dustin Horter 4:20.84 PR
7th 3200m David Jaeger

Next up for East Track is the GMC Championships back at Mason on Thursday and Friday this week.

5/13-5/15 GMC Championships @ Mason 3rd place

The Lakota East Boys Track and Field Team placed third overall at last Fridays GMC Championships behind only Mason and Sycamore. See highlights below:

Boys Individual All-Conference Honors

1st Team:

Michael Norris (12) - 800m Champion

Dustin Horter (9) - 1600m Champion

2nd Team:

Lucas Zielasko (12) - Discus

Michael Norris (12), Tyler Anderson (12), Ryan Burrows (12), Dustin Horter (9) - 4 x 800m Relay

Cameron Miller (12) - 300m Hurdles (Broke own School Record)

3rd Team:

Cameron Miller (12) - 110m Hurdles (Broke own School Record in Prelims)
Dustin Horter (9) - 800m

Honorable Mention:

David Jaeger (12)- 3200m

Next up the Thunderhawk track teams compete at the Southwest District Championships at Winton Woods on Wednesday and finals on Friday.

5/20-5/22 Districts @ Winton Woods  

Lakota East Track & Field Boys placed 5th out of 15 teams at this past Friday's District Championships at Winton Woods.

The following LE Boys placed in the Top 4 in their events
and have advanced to the Dayton Regional meet:


1st place - Michael Norris (12) - 800m District Champion

1st place - Dustin Horter (9) - 3200m District Champion

1st place - Michael Norris (12), Tyler Anderson (12),Ryan Burrows (12), Dustin Horter (9) - 4 x 800m Relay District Champions.

3rd place - Cameron Miller (12) - 110m Hurdles

3rd place - Cameron Miller (12) - 300m Hurdles

3rd place - Ryan Burrows (12) - 1600m

3rd place - David Jaeger (12) - 3200m

4th place - Lucas Zielasko (12) - Discus

Scoring points:

7th place - Conolly Boughner (12) - 100m

8th place - Aaron Wade (10) - 400m

* Full Results - baumspage.com

Next up are Regionals on Wednesday and Friday at Dayton's Welcome Stadium. The top four in each event will advance to the State Championships at Jesse Owens Stadium on June 5-6.

5/27-5/29 Regionals @ Dayton Welcome    
6/5-6/6 State @ Jesse Owens Stadium    
       
       

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Girls Track
Date Event Team Placings Game Highlights
3/28 Skyline Relays @ Elder   Cancelled
4/8-4/10 Coaches Classic @ Winton Woods 18th

The East girls track and field team finished 18th (24 teams) at the Coaches Classic at Winton Woods last Friday. See individual highlights below:

Zoe Lape 6th in 400m
Brittany Wall 8th in 300Hurdles
4X400 Relay 5th place Wills, Sharmaine, Coleman, Brianna Wall, Brittany Lape, Zoe

The Track and Field Teams will compete at the Lebanon Relays on Friday, April 17th.

4/17 Lebanon Relays 7th

Girls Track and Field finished 7th out of 10 team last Friday at the Lebanon Relays. See highlights below:


2nd 4x800- Zoe Lape, Abbie VanFossen, Kendall Lehman, Abby Whayne
4th 4X100
4th in 4X400

 

4/22 Winton Woods Invite 3rd

Girls Track placed 3rd out of 13 teams at the Winton Woods Invitational. See highlights below:

1st Place 3200m Abbie VanFossen
1st 800m Lape, Zoe (9)
3rd 4X800 1) Robinette, Mackenzie 10 2) Thompson, Holly 9 3) Dick, Maddie 12 4) Strauss, Mikayla 9
3rd 4X200 1) Stoughton, Abby 9 2) Kenzie Crowell 10 3) Wills, Sharmaine 12 4) Lape, Zoe 9
2nd 4x100 1) Stoughton, Abby 9 2) Crowell, Kenzie 10 3) Metz, Erin 10 4) Erin Graska 11
3rd 300Hurdles Keating, Hannah (9)
2nd 4X400 1) Lape, Zoe 9 2) Dick, Maddie 12 3) Wills, Sharmaine 12 4) Mcmillian, Adriana 12

East Track and Field will travel to the University of Louisville this Friday and Saturday to compete in the Eastern Relays.

4/24-4/25 Eastern Relays @ U of L  

Lakota East Girls Track was at the Eastern Relays this past Saturday. See highlights below:

3200m Abby Whayne 12:04, 8 second PR.


Abbie VanFossen ran well in 1600 and 800m.


Zoe Lape PR'd in 400m & ran well in 800.

4x100 1st in Heat Brianna Coleman,Olivia Snook,Erin Metz, Brittany Wall


4x200 Relay 2nd in Heat Brianna Coleman, Olivia Snook, Marissa Sturkey, Brittany Wall


300hurdles Brittany Wall & Allison Clapp both PR'd.


100 hurdles Mallory Geresy ran a great race.


100m & 200m Brianna Coleman

200m Marissa Sturkey ran very well.


4x400relay Brittany Wall, Maddie Dick, Zoe Lape, Sharmaine Wills keep bringing their times down.

Next up for the Lakota East Track program is Hamilton on Tuesday, May 5th. The Mason Invitational is Friday, May 8th.

4/30 Little Miami  

East girls track placed 5th out of 13 teams on April 30th at the Little Miami meet. See highlights below:

Champions:
Long Jump- Sharmaine Wills
300H- Brittany Wills
2nd 4x100 Relay
4X400 Relay
3rd 400m Zoe Lape
3rd 4X200 Relay

5/5 Hamilton  

East girls particpated the Hamilton Blue Heaven meet on Monday. See highlights below:

Champions 4X800 Relay Robinette, Lape, Wills, Lehman
2nd 800M Zoe Lape
3rd 4X400 Relay Clapp, Stoughton, Lape, Mysorewala
4th Place 4X200 Clapp, Crowell, Wills, Stoughton
5th 1600M Kendall Lehman
5th 400M Sharmaine Wills
5th 300h Hannah Keating

Next up for the East Track and Field Teams is the Mason Invitational this Friday, May 8th.

5/8 Mason Invite  

The Thunderhawk girls track team finished 19th out of 25 at the Mason Invitational last Friday. See highlights below:

7th 4X100 Relay Bri Coleman,Brittany Walls, Abby Stoughton, Olivia Snook
7th 3200M Abbie VanFossen
4th 300h Brittany Wall PR 46.93
9th 400m Zoe Lape PR 1:00.22

Next up for East Track is the GMC Championships back at Mason on Thursday and Friday this week.

5/13-5/15 GMC Championships @ Mason  

The East Girls Track and Field Team finished 6th at the GMC Meet last Friday. See highlights below:

2nd Team:

Brittany Wall (11) - 300m Hurdles

Zoe Lape (9) - 400m

Honorable Mention:

Brianna Coleman (12), Brittany Wall (11), Erin Metz (10), Olivia Snook (10) - 4 x 100m Relay

Next up the Thunderhawk track teams compete at the Southwest District Championships at Winton Woods on Wednesday and finals on Friday.

5/20-5/22 Districts @ Winton Woods  

Lakota East Track & Field Girls placed 8th out of 16 teams at this past Friday's District Championships at Winton Woods.

The following LE Girls placed in the Top 4 in their events and have advanced to the Dayton Regional meet:

2nd place - Brittany Wall (11) - 300m Hurdles

2nd place - Zoe Lape (9) - 400m

2nd place - Brianna Coleman (12), Zoe Lape (9),
Sharmaine Wills (12), Brittany Wall (11)
- 4 x 400m Relay
3rd place - Abbie VanFossen (12) - 1600m

4th place - Abby Whayne (10)- 3200m

Scoring points:

5th place - Abbie VanFossen (12), Zoe Lape (9),
Mackenzie Robinette (10), Sharmaine Wills (12)
- 4 x 800 Relay

6th place - Brianna Coleman (12), Brittany Wall (11),
Allison Dick (11), Olivia Snook (10)
- 4 x 100m Relay

7th place - Sharmaine Wills (12) - 800m

8th place - Brittany Wall (11) - 200m

8th place Tie - Erin Graska (11) - Pole Vault

*Full results - baumspage.com

Next up are Regionals on Wednesday and Friday at Dayton's Welcome Stadium. The top four in each event will advance to the State Championships at Jesse Owens Stadium on June 5-6.


5/27-5/29 Regionals @ Dayton Welcome    
6/5-6/6 State @ Jesse Owens Stadium    
       
       

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Boys Lacrosse

Date Opponent W/L Score Overall Record

Game Highlights / Notes

3/25 Miamisburg won 18-6 1-0

East boys lacrosse opened their 2015 season Wednesday night with a 18-6 win over visiting Miamisburg. See highlights below:

Senior Eric Wendt. 6 goals 3 assists
Senior Nat Hauck 2 goals 2 assists
Senior chad hill 2 goals
Sophomore Zach Martin 3 goals
Freshman Nick Edkins 3 goals
Junior Seth McAtee 1 goal
Freshman Anthony Achille 1 goal
Junior Cameron Baert 11 ground balls

Next up East will host Mariemont on Saturday, March 28th.

3/28 Mariemont       NO REPORT
4/1 Elder       NO REPORT
4/4 @ Moeller       NO REPORT
4/8 Indian Hill       PPD
4/10 Fairfield      

NO REPORT

Next up East will visit Loveland on Wednesday, April 15th.

4/15 @ Loveland      

No report

Next up East will visit Seven Hills on Friday, April 17th.

4/17 @ Seven Hills      

No report

 

4/18 @ Oak Hills      

No report

East will visit Walnut Hills this Wednesday, April 22nd.

4/22 @ Walnut Hills      

No report

East will play at Mason on Friday, April 24th.

4/24 @ Mason won 8-6  

NO REPORT

Lakota East boys lacrosse won their first ever match over Mason last Friday by a score of 8-6. No other details were made available.

Next up East hosts Centerville on Wednesday, April 29th.

4/29 Centerville      

NO REPORT

Next up boys LAX will visit Springboro on Friday, May 1st.

5/1 @ Springboro       Boys LAX will visit Sycamore on Wednesday, May 6.
5/6 @ Sycamore lost 15-5 8-6

The Thunderhawks fell to Sycamore by the score of 15-5 on Wednesday, May 6th. The Hawks came out strong early with multiple long possessions and defensive stands and were down 3-1 at the end of the first quarter. The Hawks had a very strong performance at the Face-off x and were very successful in their clears but as the game went on, the Aves proved to be just too much for the Hawks defense to handle. Senior Captain's Nat Hauck (1 goal/2 assists) and Eric Wendt (1 goal) led the way. Sophomore, Tyler Chalk scored 2 goals and Freshman Griffin Rich added 1 goal to the total.

The team is now 8-6 with their next game being at Lakota West on Friday, May 8th for the annual East vs. West showdown. JV starts at 6:00 pm with Varsity following at 8:00 pm.

5/8 @ Lakota West lost 12-8 8-7

Under the lights on Friday, May 8, 2015, the Thunderhawks took on the Firebirds. This was one of the most exciting games of the season, there was more electricity in the air than in any past East/West game, the stands were packed with fans, and your Hawks came out strong and took a commanding early lead.

At half, the Hawks had a 7-5 lead going into the locker room. With strong play at LSM from Cam Baert (7 ground balls) and strong face off play from Alec Theriault (9/13) the Hawks were getting it done on both the offensive and defensive sides of the field. But late penalties and a second half slump proved to be too much and the Hawks were not able to bounce back.

After scoring the first goal of the second half to take an 8-5 lead, the Hawks went quite and were shutout the rest of the game, eventually falling by the score of 12-8.

The Thunderhawks were led by Seniors, Nat Hauck (3 assists) and Eric Wendt (1 goal, 1 assist), sophomores Tyler Chalk (2 goals, 2 assists) and Zack Martin (2 goals), and freshmen Nick Edkins and Griffin Rich, each with 1 goal and 1 assist.. Freshman netminder Ben Sabelhaus got the start and played lights out making 15 saves to keep the Hawks in contention.

East Boys Lacrosse is next in action on Wednesday, May 13, 2015 at 7:00 PM for senior night vs. Summit. Senior festivities begin at 6:30 and students get in for free. So come out and support your Seniors for their last regular season home game.

5/13 Summit (senior Night) lost 9-8 8-8  
5/21

Regional Tournament

vs. Lakota West @ West

lost    

Lakota East fell to rival Lakota West 10-5 in the 1st round of the Regional Tournament on Thursday night.

East Boys Lacrosse conclude their 2015 season with an overall record of 8-9. A highlight of their season was an upset win over Mason on April 24th.

6/3-6/6 State Championships        

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Girls Lacrosse

Date Opponent W/L Score Overall Record

Game Highlights / Notes

3/24 @ Lebanon won 20-6 1-0

The Lakota East Women's Lacrosse Teams opened their season at Lebanon last night The Thunderhawk JV defeated the Warriors JV 10-3 while the Varsity won 20-6.

Next up East will host Miamisburg on Thursday, March 26th.

3/26 Miamisburg won 18-1 2-0

The Lakota East Women’s Lacrosse team hosted the Miamisburg Vikings on Thursday, March 26, 2015. The Thunderhawks improved their record to 2-0 with an 18-1 victory. Nine different players scored goals during the contest.

Next up East hosts Walnut Hills on Tuesday, April 7th.

4/7 Walnut Hills lost 14-9 2-1

The East Women's Lacrosse Team lost to Walnut Hills on April 7 by a score of 14-9. With the loss the team is 2-1 this season.

Next up East will host Springboro on Thursday.

4/9 Springboro       PPD
4/11 Hawken @ Thomas Worthington lost 6-5 2-2

The East Women Travelled to Columbus for 2 games on Saturday, April 11. The Thunderhawks lost the first contest to the Hawken School by a score of 6-5. In the second contest, East was defeated by Dublin Jerome by a score of 9-5.

 

4/11 Dublin Jerome @ Thomas Worth. lost 9-5 2-3  
4/14 Indian Hill lost 14-1 2-4

he Lakota East Women’s Lacrosse Team was defeated by the Indian Hill Braves by a score of 14-1 on Tuesday, April 14th. Their record now stands at 2-4.

Next up they will visit Centerville on Thursday, April 16th.

4/16 @ Centerville won 19-6 3-4

The Lakota East Women’s Lacrosse Team defeated the Centerville Elks by a score of 19-6 on Thursday night. Their record now stands at 3-4.

Next up they will host Milford on Tuesday, April 21st.

4/21 Milford won 13-9 4-4

The Lakota East Women’s Lacrosse team defeated Millford by a score of 13-9 on Tuesday April 21. Katie Dean and Hanna Sylla each had four goals. Emma Quinlisk and Shea West scored two goals apiece. Alyson Jones had one goal. Emma Quinlisk had four assists. Rose Middleton had one assist. Katie Edmonds had 8 draw controls.

Next up East girls will visit Anderson on Thursday, April 23rd.

4/23 @ Anderson won 16-10 5-4

The Lakota East Women's Lacrosse team defeated the Anderson Redskins by a score of 16-10 on Thursday. Emma Quinlisk led all scorers with six goals. Also scoring were Shea West (4), Katie Edmonds (2), Jacqui Lohman (1), Allie Achille (1), Allie Jones (1), and Kaelyn McDonald (1). Goalie Marissa Lombardi recorded eleven saves in the game.

With the win, the Thunderhawk Women's Lacrosse Team's record improved to 5-4. They will host Mother of Mercy on Saturday.

4/25 Mother of Mercy lost   5-5 East Girls LAX will battle Lakota West at East on Tuesday, April 28th.
4/28 Lakota West lost 15-6 5-6

The Lakota East Women’s Lacrosse team lost to Lakota West on Tuesday. The final score was 15-6. With the loss the team’s record falls to 5-6.

Next up East will host Fenwick on Thursday, April 30th.

4/30 Fenwick won 8-7 6-6

The Lakota East Women’s Lacrosse Team defeated the Fenwick Falcons on Thursday, April 30 in a home game at the Hawk’s Nest by a score of 8-7. #18 Senior Captain Shea West led all scorers with 5 goals. Other players who scored were: #2 Junior Jacqui Lohman, #6 Senior Katie Edmonds, and #37 Sophomore Hanna Sylla. #17 Senior Captain Emma Quinlisk had 2 assists. #12 Senior Alexandra Achille had 1 assist. Senior Defender #21 Celine McNally had the game’s only interception. Seniors #13 Alyson Jones and #6 Katie Edmonds had 4 draw controls each.

5/1 Springboro lost 17-10 6-7

The Lakota East Women’s Lacrosse team lost to the Springboro Panthers on Friday, May 1, 2015 by a score of 17-10. Senior Captain Shea West led scoring for Lakota East with 4 goals.

Other players who scored were: Senior Captain Emma Quinlisk (3), Sophomore Hanna Sylla (2) and Junior Rose Middleton (1). Senior Emma Quinlisk had 4 Assists. Senior Shea West had 1 assist. Senior Captain Celine McNally had the Thunderhawk’s only interception of the game. Senior Alyson Jones and Junior Rose Middleton led the squad with 4 draws controlled apiece.

The team’s record now stands at 6-7 heading into the last week of the regular season. Next up the will host CCD on Tuesday, May 5th.

5/5 Cin. Country Day tie 15-15 6-7-1

Lakota East women tied Cincinnati Country Day 15-15 on Tuesday, May 5th. Junior Captain Katie Dean led the Thunderhawks with 6 goals. With the tie the team’s record stands at 6-7-1.

Next up the visit Kings on Thursday, May 7th for their final regular season match.

5/7 @ Kings lost 18-9 6-8-1

The Lakota East Women's Lacrosse Team travelled to King's High School for their final regular season game last Thursday. The King's Knights defeated the Thunderhawk women by a score of 18-9. Senior Captain Shea West led all scorers with 5 goals. Sophomore Hannah Sylla had 3 goals. Senior Aly Jones had 1 goal.

The Thunderhawk Women's Lacrosse Team ended their regular season with a record of 6-8-1.

Girls LAX next match will be in the second round of the playoffs on May 15 against Ursuline Academy at the Blue Ash Sports Complex.

5/15

TOURNAMENT

vs.

Ursuline @ Blue Ash

 

lost 20-7 6-9-1

The Lakota East girls lacrosse team concluded their 2015 season last Friday. The Hawks fell to Ursuline in the 1st round of the Regional tournament by a score of 20-7.

The East girls lacrosse tream finishes their season with a 6-9-1 record. The produced quality wins in 2015 over Lebanon, Miamisbur, Anderson, Centerville, Milford and Fenwick under 1st-year coach Jamie Desauteis.

           

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