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Lakota West 2013-14
Winter Sports Results

3/13/2014 11:54 AM 

Boys Basketball

Date

Opponent

W/L

Score

Overall
Record

GMC
Record

Game Highlights

Stats

11/30

at Talawanda

W

84-44

1-0

0-0

The Firebirds utilized pressure defense (16 steals) and good ball handling (only 8 turnovers) to produce an advantage of 57 field goal attempts to Talawanda's 28.  West jumped out to a 21-8 first quarter lead and upped the differential to thirty points (46-16) by the intermission.  The Firebirds continued to pull away from the Braves in the second half finally upping the point differential to an even 40 (84-44).  The Firebirds placed 14 names on the game stat sheet with 12 having numbers in the scoring column.  The leading scorer in the game was Tyler Williams with 15. Williams was also the team leader with 3 assists, and co-leader with 4 steals. Ahmad Peterkin came off the bench to share steals leadership with Williams while adding 10 points to the team total.  Jarin Higginbotham, recently returned from the football team, was West's leading rebounder with 5 boards.  Fellow football player Malik Grove started the game and scored 11 points.

Stats

12/10

Princeton

W

49-30

2-0

1-0

West held a slim 10-8 advantage after one quarter.  In the second period the Firebirds pressure defense started creating points off of Viking turn overs.  This enabled them to stretch the lead to 13 (24-11) by the intermission.  West continued to pull away in the second half opening a maximum lead of 21 (37-16) late in the third quarter.  Malik Grove was the games high scorer with 16 points followed by Tyler Williams with 12.  West out rebounded the Vikings 43-29.  Jarin Higgenbotham pulled down a team best 10 boards. Latrell Tidwell added 9.

Stats

12/13

Hamilton

W

66-55

3-0

2-0

West scored after winning the opening tap and led wire to wire.  Hamilton stayed close for most of the game however seldom  trailing by more than two possessions.  The Firebirds were up by six at the intermission (31-25) and by just five (46-41) going into the final quarter.  West had three less field goals than the Big Blue but made 28 of 39 free throws (71.8%) to forge a 16 point advantage from the charity stripe.  The games leading scorer, Tyler Williams, was a perfect 12 of 12 from the free throw line and finished the evening with a personal best 23 points.  Malik Grove was the games leading rebounder with 8.   Latrell Tidwell came off the bench to tally 15 points and 7 boards.  Jarin Higginbotham also had 7 rebounds to go along with a game high 3 steals.  Ahmad Peterkin displayed deft ball handling dealing out 4 assists without committing any turnover's.  Grove and Peterkin chipped in with 9 points each.

Stats

12/16

at Colerain

W

70-40

4-0

3-0

The first quarter ended in a 14-14 tie but then the Lakota West shooters started heating up as Colerain started cooling down.  The Cardinals were down by just 6 at the intermission (32-26) but the Firebirds came out on fire following the break outscoring Colerain 26-10 in the third quarter.  West continued to pull away in the fourth stanza setting the final tally at 70-40.   Colerain put up 2 more field goal attempts than West (41-43) but the Firebirds made 26 FG to just 23 for the Cardinals.  West found the range from all distances hitting on 55.6% of their treys (5/9), 63.4% from the field overall (26/41), and a torrid 8i.3% from the free throw stripe (13/16).  The hottest Firebird of them all was Malik Grove who put up 8 field goals, one from beyond the arc, and three free throws  all without a miss.  Grove was the game leader for both scoring  (20 pts.) and assists (4).  Tyler Williams scored 15 points to go with a team leading 3 steals.  Latrell Tidwell had 12 points and a game high 7 boards.  Fifteen Firebirds saw game action with 10 contributing to the scoring. The Firebird bench outscored the Cardinal subs 31-23.

Stats

12/17

at Elder

L

66-69

4-1

3-0

The Firebird offense featured balanced scoring in this game but just didn't quite have enough of it.  Elder, a Cincinnati metro top 10 team, finally parlayed the home court advantage into a three point win 66-69, The Panthers trailed the Firebirds by 3 in the first quarter and by 1 at the half.  However they came back to lead by three after the third period and held on for the win.  Four West players scored in double figures; Malik Grove (15), Tyler Williams (13), Latrell Tidwell (12), and Ahmad Petertkin (11).  A fifth Firebird, Jarin Higginbotham, almost made it into double figures scoring 9.  Latrell Tidwell led the team in rebounding with 7.

Stats

12/18

Lakota East

W

45-43

5-1

4-0

This was a closely fought battle befitting two evenly matched teams.  West entered the fray with a 4-1 record and ranked second in the city. East came in with an identical 4-1 record and ranked 7th.  West had the advantage in the early going taking the games maximum lead of 8 points (20-12) midway into the second quarter but East trimmed that lead to 5 by the intermission. The Thunderhawk's momentum carried over into the third stanza enabling them to take a 4 point lead (32-36) into the final quarter.  East stretched their lead to 7 by making a trey with 7:29 remaining only have West come back to regain the lead 40-39 following a made trey by Malik Grove with 3:19 to go.  The lead changed twice more in the next 35 seconds with an East field goal being matched by a Latrell Tidwell field goal.  This quick exchange was followed by  a lull in the scoring.  With 32 seconds to play  Tidwell went to the foul line and made the top of a one and bonus free throw situation putting West up by 3 points.  The  Thunderhawks pulled to within one following two made free throws with 12 seconds remaining.  The Hawks were then forced to foul putting Tyler Williams on the line. Williams  got the first free throw down but missed the second. East had time to get off one last shot, a contested trey, which rattled off the iron as time expired.  The only Firebird in double figures was Malik Grove with 10.  Grove also had a game high 3 steals.  Two Firebirds, Latrell Tidwell and Tyler Bowling,  had 8 points each.   Tidwell was also the teams leading rebounder with 7.  Tyler Williams had a game high 3 assists.  One of the keys to the West win was their 10 point advantage in points off the bench.  Justin Martin provided 6 points, Ahmad Peterkin 5, and Jarin Higginbotham 1 as their counterparts off the Hawk bench could only contribute 2.

Stats

12/28

Wayne

W

56-55 O.T.

6-1

4-0

Wayne took a lead less than two minutes into the game, and held on to that lead until Malik Grove stole the ball and scored on a layup to tie the game (46-46) with one minute remaining in regulation.  These were Groves 24th and 25th points of the game.  At that point the Firebird defense held as Tyler Bowling made a steal before the Warriors could get off a final shot for the win.  Wayne had entered the fourth quarter holding their maximum lead of the game, eight points (35-43), but the Firebirds reeled them in as the defense allowed the Warriors only three more points in the final 8 minutes of regulation.  Key defensive plays were two Grove steals in the final stanza that he converted into layups and the Bowling steal as time ran out.  Tyler Williams put West on top (49-46) with a trey in the first minute of the OT but before the game ended there were 4 more lead changes.  Down by one point, and with only six seconds remaining, Williams drove to the hoop drawing a foul and made a pair of free throws to put the Firebirds in the lead to stay (56-55).  At games end Grove had a game high and personal best 27 points.  He also swiped the ball from the Warriors six times, just one theft short of the Lakota West school record.  Williams made 7 of 8 from the free throw line and finished the game with 14 points total.  He also led the team with 4 assists.  Justin Martin came off the bench to grab a team high and much needed six rebounds.

Stats

1/3

at Mason

W

48-46

7-1

5-0

Two of the higher scoring GMC teams (both averaging over 60 ppg) were engaged in a very deliberately paced contest where neither could get away from the other.  This struggle had 11 ties and 12 lead changes.  Mason took their last lead with 2:50 showing in the last quarter.  This was followed by a Tyler Bowling FG at the 2:15 mark to force the 11th and final tie in the game (42-42).  A Tyler Williams FG  with 1:12 on the clock swung the 12th and final lead change in the Firebirds favor (44-42).  The pace picked up as the end of the game neared. The Comets put in two more 2 pt. buckets in the last minute but they were proceeded by pairs of clutch free throws, the first pair by Malik Grove with 61 seconds to go and the second pair by Tyler Williams with 20 seconds remaining.  Mason fired up a  long desperation 3pt. try as the final horn sounded but it was off the mark.  Williams led the Firebirds in scoring with 14 points.  Malik Grove added 11 points to the West total.  Tyler Bowling also scored in double figures with 10, hitting 4 of 5 from the field and 2 of 2 from the free throw line.  Bowling was also the games top rebounder with 8 boards.  Latrell Tidwell was close behind with 7 rebounds and 9 points.  

Stats

1/10

Middletown

L

47-54

7-2

5-1

The Firebirds led at the end of every quarter except the one that counted, the fourth.  West was 2 up after one quarter, 7 up at the half, and 5 up after 3 quarters.  The Firebirds led by as many as 11 (28-17), with this maximum lead coming two minutes into the second half.  West's last lead was 45-44 with 1:42 remaining in the game.  Middletown regained the lead 45-47 on a made trey with 1:24 left on the clock.  The Middies thwarted West's comeback attempt by making 7 of 8 free throws in the final 44 seconds and getting the rebound from the one they missed.  Tyler Williams was the co-scoring leader in the game and the Firebird's top scorer with 22 points which tied his personal best.  Malik Grove added 10 points to the West total.  Tyler Bowling was the teams rebounding leader with 12 boards (6 offensive & 6 defensive). 

Stats

1/14

at Lakota East

L

68-72

7-3

5-2

East got out to a nine point lead (4-13) mid way through the first quarter and held the lead until a Tyler Williams jumper tied the game (61-61) with just 1:27 remaining in the game.  East answered with a FG and FT on their next possession to regain the lead (61-64)  and held West at bay over the remaining minute.  Tyler Williams was the games high scorer with a personal best 24 and had a team high 2 assists and no turnovers. Starters Malik Grove and Tyler Bowling had 16 and 13 points respectively.  Bowling was the teams leading rebounder with 8 boards. Justin Martin came off the bench to provide score a personal best 14 points.

Stats

1/17

Withrow
at Fairfield,

Royal 8 Classic

 

W

55-48

8-3

5-2

After trailing by as many as 15 (13-28) in the first half the Firebirds worked their way back into the game and were trailing by just 2 (36-38) going into the final stanza. West's shooting percentage went from an unbelievably bad 19% (4/21) in the first half to an unbelievably good 60% (15/25) in the second half.  The one constant was the Firebird's free throw shooting.  They made 14/18 (77.9%), 7/9 in each half. Withrow knocked down 2/2 from the charity stripe to spot West a 12 point advantage which ultimately proved lethal.  Withrow sent six different Firebirds to the free throw line with all six making one or more freebies led by Malik Grove with 4 of 4, and Tyler Williams with 4 of 5.  Williams was leading scorer of the game with 19 points.  Latrell Tidwell just missed the Double-Double with 11 points and a game high 9 rebounds.  Defensively Jarin Higgenbotham was the Tigers worst nightmare picking Withrow's pockets for 5 steals. Higgenbotham was also active on the offensive end adding 9 points to the Firebird total. West moves on in the LaRosa's Hardwood Classic tournament to play Elder in the semi-finals.

Stats

1/18

Elder
at Fairfield,

Royal 8 Classic

W

49-37

9-3

5-2

West avenged an early season three point loss at Elder by beating the Panthers by 12 (49-37)  in the semi-final round of the Hardwood Classic Tournament. The first half was back and forth with West leading by one (13-12) after one quarter and Elder leading by two (17-19) at the intermission.

Malik Grove scored 9 points in the first 5 minutes of the second half to put the Firebirds back in the lead by 4 (28-24).  The Pathers stayed close however and made a 4 point run early in the fourth quarter to take a 31-32 lead with 6:25 on the clock.  Latrell Tidwell's two made free throws put West ahead to stay (33-32) with 5:26 remaining in the game.  Elder's comeback hopes were dashed at the Firebirds put together an 8-0 scoring run in the final minute and thirty seconds with 6 of the 8 provided by Ahmad Peterkin.  Three Firebirds scored in double figures led by Grove with 15 and a team leading 4 steals.  Latrell Tidwell, who just missed a double-double in the last game got one in this game.  Tidwell had 10 points and cleaned the glass for 16 rebounds (11 defensive, 5 offensive).  Tidwell also led the team in assists with 3 and threw in a shot block for good measure.

Ahmad Peterkin added an efficient 10 points hitting 2/3 from the field and 6/6 from the free throw stripe.Tyler Bowling was credited with a game high 4 shot blocks.  Lakota West advances to the tournament finals for the second consecutive year.

Stats

1/20

Fairfield
at Fairfield,

Royal 8 Classic

W

50-42

10-3

5-2

Tyler Williams drilled a trey to open the scoring  and the Firebirds led from wire to wire as they successfully defended their Royal Eight, Hardwood Classic Tournament Championship title. Williams ended the game as the leading scorer with 22 points and took home the tournaments "Most Valuable Player of the Game" trophy.  Malik Grove also ended the game in double figures with 11 points.  Latrell Tidwell grabbed 8 rebounds as he led the team in rebounding for the third consecutive game.  Fifteen of the Firebirds 17 field goals were assisted.  Seven different players were credited with assist passes led by Tyler Williams, Ahmad Peterkin, and Malik Grove, each with 3.Tyler Bowling batted away 4 Fairfield shots, and pulled down 7 boards.

Stats

1/24

at Princeton

  L

78-81 3 O.T. 

  10-4

  5-3

Princeton came into the game with a 0-10 record and the game started out as though it would be another one of those nights's for the Vikings.  West opened the game with a 7-0 run and led by 12 (4-16) near the end of the first quarter.  The Firebirds still held an 11 point advantage six minutes into the third quarter.  Over the next four minutes Princeton made a 14-2 scoring run to take their first lead (39-40) with 5:18 remaining in regulation.  In the last five minutes of regulation the Vikings made 9 of 10 free throws to keep the Firebirds from passing them.  Malik Grove scored West's last 11 points in the fourth quarter, with 9 coming in the last 40 seconds off of three made treys to knot the score at 52-52 forcing the first overtime period.  West scored first in the first overtime but then fell behind by three. A Tyler Williams trey with 52 seconds to go in the first overtime period tied the game 58-58 and sent the game into a second overtime.  Princeton opened the second overtime scoring with a made free throw but the Firebirds responded with a free throw of their own by Latrell Tidwell followed by another trey by Tyler Williams giving themselves a 3 point advantage with 1:41 left in the period.  West still had a three point advantage in overtime number two but the Vikings took the ball the length of the court in just 7 seconds and made a contested three as the horn sounded to set the score at 66-66 forcing yet another overtime period.  The Firebirds struck first in OT number 3 on a Tyler Bowling field goal with 3:12 on the clock only to see the Vikings regain the lead 15 seconds later on an old fashioned three point play (68-69) and this time they held on for the win.  The game was ultimately decided at the free throw line where West made just 11 of 23 while Princeton was capitalizing on 25 of 34 for a 14 point advantage at the charity stripe.  Tyler Williams scored 20 points and had 6 assists.  Malik Grove contributed 17 points and added 10 rebounds for the double-double before fouling out early in the second overtime.  Latrell Tidwell was also credited with a 10 point, 13 rebound double double.  Tyler Bowling tallied 17 points to go along with a team leading 3 shot blocks.  Ahmad Peterkin joined his fellow starters in double figures by getting 10.  Peterkin and Williams each had 4 steals.

  Stats

1/28

Mason

  W

69-51

  11-4

  6-3

West posted a decisive 18 point win (69-51) over the Comets primarily by better shooting; better shooting from the outside (41.7% to 29.4%), better shooting at the free throw line (72.7% to 61.5%) and better field goal shooting overall (53.8% to 39.6%).  The games leading scorer was Tyler Williams who made 7 of 12 from the field and 6 of 6 from the free throw line to tally an efficient 21 points.  Latrell Tidwell, with 8 of 11 from the field, was close behind with 18 points.  Malik grove scored 12 points, led the team with 3 assists, and shared team rebounding honors with 7.  Tyler Bowling matched Grove's 7 rebounds.

  Stats

1/31

at Fairfield

  L

51-61 

  11-5

  6-4

Fairfield took an early lead and kept the lead till the end.  The Indians were up by 4 after a quarter (8-12), up by 11 at the half (15-26), and ahead by 14 (25-39) going into the fourth quarter.  West made a 14 to 4 point run to whittle the Fairfield lead down to 6 with four minutes remaining but could get no closer.  Three Firebirds scored in double figures; Malik Grove with 14, Justin Martin with13, and Tyler Williams with 12.  All 13 of Martin's points came in the second half as he made 3 of 4 from beyond the three point arc and 2 of 4 inside the arc.  Latrell Tidwell left the game with an apparent knee injury in the second quarter and was unable to return. 

  Stats

2/1

Kings

  W

70-29

  12-5

  6-4

West's led an outmatched Kings squad from start to finish piling up a 38-14 lead by halftime.  All 14 Firebirds in uniform played and 12 scored.  Tyler Williams led all scorers with 16 points.  Williams also had a game high 5 steals.  Malik Grove scored 14 points.  West dominated the boards out rebounding the Knights by a 41 to 25 margin.  Tyler Bowling was the rebounding leader with 15. 

  Stats

2/7

Oak Hills

  W

61-47 

  13-5

  7-4

West led from start to finish in a game they needed to win to keep them in the race for this years GMC championship.  The Firebirds remain just one game behind both Middletown and Fairfield in the league game loss column.  Middletown has one game remaining and Fairfield has two.  The West starting five spread the scoring load with 13 points coming from Malik Grove, 10 each from Latrell Tidwell, and Tyler Bowling, followed by 9 from Tyler Williams and 8 by Ahmad Peterkin.  West out rebounded Oak Hills by nearly 2 to 1 (30 vs. 17)  Bowling was the games rebounding leader with 9.  He also blocked 4 Highlander shots.  Other team leading totals were 4 assists by Williams, and 4 steals by Grove.  

  Stats

2/8

at Trotwood-Madison

  L

81-87 

  13-6

  7-4

In the early stages of the game the Firebirds were able to break the vaunted Rams full court press and opened the game with a 15-2 scoring run.  The second quarter was played at a torrid pace that resulted in 52 points being scored, 24 by Madison and 28 by West.  The Firebirds went into the intermission still holding a double digit lead, 47-37.  Undaunted the Rams surged back with a 30 point third quarter forcing a 61-61 tie with 1:29 remaining in that stanza and gaining a 63-67 lead as the quarter ended.   Tyler Williams poured in a game high and all time personal best 28 points by making 10 of 15 field goal attempts (3/7 from beyond the 3pt. arc), and 5 of 6 free throws.  Latrell Tidwell recorded a 14 point, 13 rebound double double and recorded a game leading 4 steals.  Malik Grove had a team leading 5 assists and added 12 points of his own. 

  Stats

2/12

at Hamilton

  W

67-46 

  14-6

  8-4

This was a game of runs.  Hamilton had the benefit of a 17-4 scoring run to start the game, followed by a 12-0 Firebird run early in the second quarter to get themselves back into the game.  West then went on an 8-0 run in the last two minutes of the first half to get their deficit down to one point (26-27).  The Firebirds had all the best of it after the intermission taking a 31-29 lead 6:26 remaining in the third quarter and steadily pulled away from the Big Blue for the remainder of the game. The teams high scorer was Malik Grove with 12 followed closely by Tyler Williams and Tyler Bowling, each with 11, by Ahmad Peterkin with 10, and by Latrell Tidwell with 8.   The Firebirds more than doubled Hamilton’s rebounding output  (49 to 24).  Bowling had  a game high 13 rebounds to go with his 11 points notching his first double-double of the season.  Tidwell was close behind with 10 boards.  Williams was the team leader in both assists and steals with 5 and 3 respectively.

  Stats

2/14

Sycamore

  W

78-52 

  15-6

  9-4

West got off to a fast start leading 21-10 at the end of the first quarter, played the Aves even through the second and third periods and then closed the deal with a big 29-14 scoring advantage in the fourth stanza.  Three Firebirds scored in double figures; Malik Grove with 16, Tyler Williams with 14 and Latrell Tidwell with 14 including two thunderous dunks.  West out rebounded Sycamore 47-24 led by Tyler Bowling and Tidwell with 8 boards each.  Tyler Williams, in addition to his scoring, had a team best 5 assists against 0 turnovers.  Bowling had a game high 3 shot blocks. 

  Stats

2/18

at Sycamore

  W

98-52 

  16-6

  10-4

West lit up the Sycamore gym by scoring a school record 98 points . This topped  the previous high of 93 set by the Firebirds at home against Kings,  January 2, 1999.  Malik Grove led the scoring onslaught with 24 points followed by Tyler Bowling with 18, Tyler Williams with 17,  and Ahmad Peterkin with 11.  Besides scoring in double figures Peterkin dished off a team leading 8 assists without committing a turnover.  Sycamore put up 36 three point field goal attempts hitting on 13. The Ave's tactic of firing up and making treys kept them in the game but could never get them past the Firebirds who never trailed.  West out rebounded Sycamore 46-31, led by the rebounding big three of, Bowling with 8 boards, Latrell Tidwell also with 8, and Justin Martin with 7.  Sycamore, down by 21 at the half (48-27), rained in seven treys and 31 points total in the third quarter to pull back within 11(69-58) but could get no closer.  The Aves came back with a 26 point final stanza but were more than matched by the Firebirds with 29 points of their own. 

  Stats

82th Ohio (OHSAA) State Tournament
199 Division 1 Teams Competing

 

2/26

Mt. Healthy at Hamilton at

  W

69-61 

  17-6

Malik Grove had a career night with 31 points, 6 steals, 6 rebounds, and 2 assists.  He did everything except inflate the balls before the game started and sell popcorn at halftime.  West led the game from start to finish briefly holding a double digit lead but could not seal the win until the fourth quarter.  Latrell Tidwell registered his fourth double-double of the season with 15 points to go with 13 rebounds.  Tyler Bowling scored 14 points and barely missed a double of his own as he hauled down 9 boards.   Tyler Williams had a team leading 3 assists  and chipped in with 6 points of his own.

  Stats

3/4

Wilmington at XU-Cintas

  W

59-68 

  17-7

After a couple of lead changes Wilmington came out of the first quarter with a 16-17 lead and then held on for the close fought win.  The sixth and last tie of the game, 43-43, came with 3:49 to play in the third period. Still the Firebirds were only two points in arrears (59-61) with just 1:12 remaining on the clock.  The Hurricane's superior free throw shooting ultimately spelled the difference.  Wilmington made 25 of 30 from the charity stripe while West could only get 9 of 18 to fall.  Sixteen of the Hurricane fourth quarter points, their last twelve consecutive scores, came from made free throws.  Tyler Williams was hampered by picking up his third foul early in the contest limiting his playing time to 22 minutes.  He closed his career with a scoring flurry tallying 8 points, West's last 8 points, in the final 3 minutes of the game. Malik Grove kept the Firebirds in the game with both his scoring and his defensive efforts which slowed Wilmington star Jarron Cumberland.  Cumberland scored 10 first quarter points and had 18 by the intermission.  Grove played Cumberland man to man in the third quarter, twice stealing the ball, and matching his scoring with each getting 5 in the period.  Two other Firebird seniors closed their high school careers with double figure scoring games;  Latrell Tidwell with 13 and Tyler Bowling with 11.  With Williams forced to the bench by foul trouble, Rod Griffin stepped in to give the Firebirds 16 outstanding minutes.  Griffin accounted for 12 points, 6 by making 3 of 3 field goal attempts and 6 more by dishing off a team leading 3 assists. Griffin also added 2 rebounds and 2 steals.

  Stats


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Girls Basketball

Date

Opponent

W/L

Score

Overall
Record

GMC
Record

Game Highlights

Stats

11/22

McAuley

W

56-36

1-0

0-0

The first quarter ended with Lakota West holding a scant 11-10 lead.  The game stayed close throughout much of the second quarter but West began to pull away just before the intermission. The Firebirds finished the half ahead 25-18 but not before there had been 5 ties and 2 lead changes.  The third stanza was all in West's favor as they outscored the Mohawks 20-8.  The fourth quarter was a re-run of the first with the Firebirds again outscoring McAuley, 11-10.  High scorer in the game was Danielle Wells with 16 points.  Wells put up 5 field goal attempts and 6 free throws without a miss. Nia Staples scored 12 points and also contributed a game high 4 assists.  Lauren Cannatelli made 3 of 4 from behind the 3pt. arc and added a free throw to tally 10 points.  Arianne Whitaker controlled the area in the paint with game highs of 9 rebounds, 6 shot blocks, and 4 steals.  Whitaker's 6 shot blocks ties the Lakota West single game record first set by Christy Erickson in 1997-98 and first tied by Amber Gray in 2007-08.

Stats

11/26

Mount Notre Dame

W

53-52 O.T.

2-0

0-0

The Firebirds controlled the early part of the game moving out to a 12 point lead (23-11) and went into the intermission up by nine (24-15).  They were sparked by Ellie Kivell hitting 3 for 3 from beyond the arc.  The West shooters couldn't find the range in the second half however missing all 8 of their three point attempts and hitting just 5 of 25 overall.  As the Firebirds cooled off the Cougars heated up launching an unanswered 9 point run in the first 3 minutes of the final period to take their first lead of the night at 35-32.  The Firebirds tied the game at 42-42 with one minute remaining but neither team could break the deadlock in the regulation time remaining.  West scored first in the OT and moved out to a 49-44 lead with 1:54 on the clock, but got stuck on 49 as the Cougars surged by to take a 49-52 lead with 24 seconds remaining.  In those 24 seconds Danielle Wells raced the length of the court and made a layup leaving Mt. Notre Dame with a one point advantage.  The Firebirds were then forced to intentionally foul a Mt. Notre Dame player who had made 7 of 8 from the charity stripe up to that point.  Fate smiled on the home crew as the Cougar FT was missed.  In the ensuing scramble for the rebound the ball went out of bounds off a Mt. Notre Dame player.  Nia Staples, with 6 seconds remaining, took the inbounds pass, raced the length of the floor passing Cougar defenders as she went and drove the ball to the hoop for a contested but successful lay up at the buzzer to give the home crowd something to cheer about.   Staples finished the evening with a team leading 11 points followed closely by Lauren Cannatelli and Ellie Kivell, both with 9. Staples also had a team best 3 assists.  Hampered by early foul trouble that limited her to under 20 minutes on the court, Arianne Whitaker still pulled down a team leading 12 boards and was credited with a game high 3 shot blocks. 

Stats

12/4

Mason

L

39-45 O.T.

2-1

0-1

The Firebirds held narrow leads after each of the first three quarters; 4 in the 1st, 2 at the half, and 3 going into the final period.  West's biggest lead was by 8 points (33-25) with just over 4 minutes remaining.  At that point the Comets went on a 10-2 run to tie the score 35-35 with a minute remaining.  In the final minute Nia Staples FG was matched by a Comet FG leaving West with the final shot in the fourth quarter but they could not make it a game winner.  The Firebirds won the jump ball to start overtime but missed another FG and Mason responded with a made FG on their first OT possession to take a 37-39 lead.  Lauren Cannatelli made two FT to tie the score at 39-39 with 3:34 on the clock only to see Mason finish the game with a 6-0 scoring run for the win.  Nia Staples was the Firebirds leading scorer with 15 points, and also had a team high 3 assists. Lauren Cannatelli added 11 points to the West total.  Arianne Whitaker tallied game highs of 10 rebounds and 6 shot blocks while adding 6 points to the home total.  For the second time this season Whitaker ties the Lakota West single game shot block record.

Stats

12/7

at Sycamore

W

69-27

3-1

1-1

This game was figuratively over before it started or at least over before Sycamore started.  West opened the contest with a devastating 16-0 run taking less than four minutes to do it.  The Firebirds held a 27-3 lead after one quarter and a 47-11 advantage at the half.  The Aves outscored West, 11-14, in the fourth stanza as all 12 Firebirds in uniform saw significant playing time.  Danielle Wells led all scorers with 12 points but following close behind were Lauren Cannatelli with 11, and Arianne Whitaker and Laura Aull each with 10.  Cannatelli made 3 of 3 from behind the 3 point arc and dished out a game high 8 assists.   Nia Staples had a game high 4 steals and shot a perfect 2/2 from the floor including 1/1 from three point range.    Elizabeth Carter made 4/5 FGA, including her only three point try, hauled down 5 rebounds, dished off 3 assists, and captured 2 steals in an energetic 12 minutes on the court.   Freshman post player Chritine Laritz logged 6 minutes pulling down a rebound a minute.  The hot shooting Firebirds made 29 of their 53 field goal attempts (54.7%) with 9 of 15 (60.0%) finding the mark from beyond the 3pt. arc.

Stats

12/11

at Princeton

L

52-64

3-2

1-2

West won the first and last quarters (14-9, 15-11) but Princeton used a barrage of 3 point field goals to win the second and third quarters (8-22, 15-22) which enabled them to handily win the game.  Princeton marksmanship spelled the difference.  The Vikings made 10 of 20 from long range compared to 6 of 19 for West.  Princeton added slightly to that advantage by also being more accurate at the charity stripe cashing in on 14 of 17 to the Firebirds 12 of 18.  West made the final score respectable by finishing with a 13 point run.  The Firebirds dynamic guard duo of Lauren Cannatelli and Nia Staples led the team with 17 points and 16 points respectively.  Arianne Whitaker snagged 10 rebounds, batted away 3 Princeton shots and added 6 points to the West total.

Stats

12/14

Hamilton

W

83-38

4-2

2-2

The Firebirds employed a pressure defense and a fast paced offense to completely befuddle Hamilton.  West stole the ball 22 times and scored 49 points off of 34 Hamilton turnovers.  Lakota West had thirteen players in uniform, none of whom played as many as 20 minutes, and all thirteen showed up in the scoring column.   Three of their number scored in double figures; Lauren Cannatelli (14), Danielle Wells (13), and Arianne Whitaker (12).  Whitaker added a game high 10 rebounds to complete the double-double.  Wells was the team steals leader with 4.

Stats

12/16

Springboro

W

53-27

5-2

2-2

The Firebirds took the lead after two early lead changes and kept putting in two points for every one the Panthers could muster.  West led 13-6 after one period, 25-10 at halftime, 42-20 after three quarters, and finally 53-27 at the final horn.  Lauren Cannatelli was the game's leading scorer with 18 points.  Arianne Whitaker had a game leading 12 rebounds.  Much of West's offense came in transition situations set up by a ball hawking defense that produced 16 steals, 5 by Danielle Wells.  Kim Adams and Nia Staples shared game assist leadership with 3 each. Staples also contributed 9 points of her own.

Stats

12/20

Lakota East

W

70-38

6-2

3-2

East's shooting woes (14.3% FG% in first half) and West's uptempo play put the Thunderhawks in a big hole in a big hurry.  The Firebirds led 22-9 after the first quarter and kept pouring it on to gain a 25 point advantage (41-16) at the half.  The West starters played sparingly for the remainder of the game leaving it to the bench players to add another seven points to the lead.  The game ended with 70-38 showing on the new scoreboard.  Danielle Wells led all scorers with 16.   She didn't waste a shot hitting 6 of 6 from the field and 4 of 4 from the free throw line.  Wells also had a game high 4 steals.  Nia Staples also scored in double figures with 11.  Arianne Whitaker had a game high 10 rebounds while playing less than 15 minutes. Whitaker battled the big Lakota East front court to take 7 caroms off the offensive glass.

Stats

12/28

St. Ursula

W

62-30

7-2

3-2

West led from start to finish over a badly out manned St. Ursula squad.  The Bulldogs had no answer for Arianne Whitaker in the low post.  Whitaker scored 17 points, pulled down 14, rebounds, and blocked 4 shots, all while helping hold St. Ursula's center to 4 points and a single rebound.  Whitaker had 3 more rebounds than the entire Bulldog team.  The Firebird guards, Lauren Cannatelli and Nia Staples, scored 16 and 10 points respectively and contributed team highs of 3 assists each.  West scored repeatedly on lay ups following turnovers which helped raise their field goal percentage to 52.2% (24 of 46).  West's withering full court press limited Stu.Ursula to only 37 shots and a paltry 21.6% field goal percentage. The Firebirds held a 29-9 advantage in points off of turnovers.  West also had an 11 to 4 advantage in points off the bench as all 13 Firebirds logged time on the court.

Stats

12/29

Seton

W

61-39

8-2

3-2

West kept up their frenetic pace for the second consecutive night emerging from the Hoop Fest with their second consecutive double digit, wire-to-wire win.  The Firebird's swarming defense produced 24 steals, a team high 7 by Lauren Cannatelli and 5 by Lexi Wasan.  Three Firebirds scored in double figures; Cannatelli with 18, Nia Staples with 16, and Lexi Wasan who came of the bench to add 10.  Cannatelli also aided the offense with a team high 4 assists.   Wasan, Adrianne Whitaker, and Elisabeth Carter shared team rebounding leadership with 5 each.  West was especially efficient at the free throw line making 10 of 12, all coming in the second half.  After being down by 14 at the intermission the Saints fought back to within 8 (39-31) entering the fourth quarter. The Firebird's ran a full court press and a fast break from the opening tap to the final buzzer and by the fourth stanza the Saints had run out of steam.  In the last 8 minutes  Seton  was outscored by the Firebirds, 22 to 8.

Stats

1/4

Princeton

L

50-59

8-3

3-3

The Firebirds jumped out to a 16-9 first quarter lead by converting Princeton turnovers into West points.  However, the ominous first quarter statistic was that West had only connected on 29.4% of their field goal attempts.   As the game progressed Princeton took better care of the ball and the Firebird shooting got even worse.  For the full game West put up 63 field goals to the Viking's 46.   Although Princeton took 17 less shots than West they got 2 more through the net.  The leading scorer in the game was Lauren Cannatelli with 20.  Nia Staples had 13 points and a team best 6 rebounds.  The game was stopped momentarily to congratulate Princeton's Kelsey Mitchell when she scored the 1480th point of  her career to set a new Viking career scoring record. The previous record had stood for 27 years and belonged to Tammy Svoboda who led Princeton to the 1987 State Championship. 

  Stats

1/8

Sycamore

W

63-26

9-3

4-3

The issue was never in doubt as the Firebirds rushed out to a 20-6 first quarter lead.  They pushed the lead up to 35-14 at the half and then really put their foot on the throttle in the third stanza out scoring the Aves 21-2.  Lauren Cannatelli scored a game high 19 points while also contributing a team best 4 steals.  Nia Staples tallied 10 points and was credited with a game high 4 assists.  Arianne Whitaker was the rebounding leader with 10 boards. 

Stats

1/11

at Mason

L

54-55

9-4

4-4

West jumped into the lead on the initial possession, scored the first six points of the game, and ended the first quarter up 18-10.  The Firebirds went into the intermission with a six  point advantage (29-23).  The Comets started the third period with a 2-13 scoring run putting them on top 31-36.  West  battled back to go up by six (49-43) with three minutes to play.  The Firebirds were still on top 52-48 with 1:22 remaining.  The Comets surged back yet again scoring with a trey and a 2pt. FG to retake the lead (52-53) with the time down to 28  seconds.  Mason held the lead as both teams traded pairs of FT's in the last few seconds.  The afternoon's high scorer was Lauren Cannatelli with16 followed closely by Danielle Wells with 14.  Wells was the games steals leader with 3.  The Firebirds top rebounders were Elisabeth Carter and Arianne Whitaker both with 7.  Carter had a team high 3 assists and Whitaker a team high 3 shot blocks. 

Stats

1/19

North Canton Hoover
at Classic In The Country,
Berlin, Ohio

L

49-56

9-5

4-4

West won the even quarters (13-12 & 18-11) but lost the odd quarters (9-19 & 9-14) and consequently the game (49-56) against the states 5th ranked team, North Canton Hoover.  West shot the ball well in general, 20 of 45 (44.4%) and well from the free throw line, 7 of 9 (77.8%) but shot a dismal 2/12 (16.7%) from beyond the three point arc.  Nia Staples was the only Firebird in double figures with 13 points.  Lexi Wasan had a team high 5 rebounds helping give West a slight team rebounding edge, 27-26.  Danielle Wells tallied a game high 4 steals.

  Stats

1/20

Toledo Rogers
at Classic In The Country,
Berlin, Ohio

W

51-42

10-5

4-4

Down by one point (19-20) at the half, West took the lead early in the second half enroute to a nine point win (51-42).  The Firebirds won the game at the free throw stripe by making 20 of 29 foul shots while Rogers could only cash in on 5 of 10.  Nia Staples was the games leading scorer with 16 points followed by Lauren Cannatelli with 12.  Arianne Whitaker had a game best 15 rebounds.  Staples and Whitaker were co-steals leaders with 3 each.

  Stats

1/22

at Colerain

W

67-40

11-5

5-4

The Firebirds rained down a torrent of trey's on Colerain.  They opened up a seven point lead (11-4) in the first four minutes with nine of those points coming from beyond the arc.   West made 13 of 23 from long range (52%), compared to just 11 of 32 (42.1%) from inside the arc, and 6/12 (50%) from the free throw line.  Lauren Cannatelli made 7 of  the 12 three pointers she attempted,  Nia Staples connected on 2 of 2, and Lara Aull came off the bench to hit on 4 of 7.  Cannatelli was the games high scorer with 24 points, followed by Staples with 15, and Aull with 12.   West also dominated the boards getting 42 caroms to Colerain's 25.  Leading rebounders were Danielle Wells and Arienne Whitaker, both with 7 boards.  Cannatelli added a game high 5 assists.  Aull had a team best 4 steals.  Whitaker was the leading shot blocker with 3.    

  Stats

1/27

at Withrow

W

46-31 

  12-5

5-4

This was another wire-to-wire (no ties, no lead changes) win for the Firebirds.  Both teams had off night's shooting the ball from the field but West was on the mark from the free throw line (16/19, 84.2%) and Withrow's shooting troubles followed them to the foul line (9/21, 42.9%).  West dominated the glass pulling down 35 rebounds to the Tigers 25 which translated into a 6 point advantage from second chance points.  After building a 24 point lead (40-16) in the first three quarters West mercifully dialed back the defensive pressure in the fourth stanza.  Three West players scored in double figures; Lauren Cannatelli with 14, Danielle Wells with 12, and Arianne Whitaker also with 12.  Whitaker was also credited with game leading high's in three statistical categories; rebounds (11), shot blocks (4), and steals (3).  Elisabeth Carter contributed to West's rebounding dominance by grabbing  9 boards and Danielle Wells darted in from her guard position to capture 6 rebounds.

  Stats

1/29

at Hamilton

W

70-42 

13-5

  6-4

West took control of the game from the opening tap racing out to a 12-0 lead in the first three minutes of the contest.  By the end of the first quarter the Firebirds held a commanding 24-7 lead over a reeling Big Blue squad .  West's offense was powered led by a trio of double figure scorers; Lauren Cannatelli with 20, Nia Staples with 11, and Danielle Wells with 10.  All three played slightly  over half the game. Laura Aull came off the bench to add 9 points, in less than 16 minutes.  Fourteen players saw action for the Firebirds with 10 making entries in the scoring column.  Arianne Whitaker captured 15 rebounds in just 18 minutes to lead the team in that department.  Wells led the team with 4 steals.  

  Stats

2/1

at Fairfield

  W

51-42

  14-5

7-4

Fairfield took an early lead and held it through most of the game.  The Indians were up by seven (7-14) at the end of the first quarter.  After falling behind by as many as 9 points (7-16 &12-21) in the second quarter the Firebirds managed to whittle the Indian lead down to two (21-23) by the intermission.  After taking the lead (28-25) in the third quarter West again fell behind and entered the fourth quarter down by four (31-35).  With 6:30 remaining in the game, and still down by 4 (33-37), the Firebirds broke the game open with an 11-0 scoring run to grab a 44-37 lead with four minutes to play.  Fairfield got back to within two (44-42) with two minutes to go but stalled out offensively as West pulled away for the win.  During the 11-0 scoring run four different Firebirds scored. Lauren Canatelli tallied five points with Nia Staples, Arianne Whitaker, and Lexi  Wasan each chipping in with two.  Cannatelli had a game high 19 points .  Danielle Wells scored 12 points , added a team best 4 steals, and was the co-rebounding leader with 8 boards.  Lexi Wasan came off the bench to match Wells rebounding total of 8 and scored 8 points.  Nia Staples had a team leading 5 assists. 

  Stats

2/5

at Lakota East

  W

64-47 

  15-5

8-4

West completed a series sweep over East with a 17 point win, however the Thunderhawks nearly halved their margin of defeat from the 32 point loss they suffered at Lakota West in December.  The Hawks had no answer for Lauren Cannatelli who scored at better than a point a minute pace by producing 25 points in just 24 minutes.  Cannatelli also led the visitors in assists with 3.  Danielle Wells was credited with 15 points.  Wells has now scored in double figures for four consecutive games topped only by Cannatelli with six.  Lexi Wasan worked the boards for  a team high 9 rebounds (4 offensive, 5 defensive). 

  Stats

2/8

Oak Hills

  W

51-34 

  16-5

9-4

The Firebirds turned in another game where they led  from start to finish.  They took an 11 point (15-4) first quarter lead and were never threatened.  The Firebird's scoring leader with 15 points was Lauren Cannatelli.  Danielle Wells was close behind with 14 points and added a game high 5 steals.  West out rebounded the Highlanders 35 to 19.  Arianne Whitaker was the games rebounding leader with 10 and also blocked 4 Oak Hills shot attempts. 

  Stats

2/10

Middletown

  W

84-52 

  17-5

10-4

After finishing the first half holding on to a slim lead (33-31) the Firebirds blew the game wide open by scoring 29 points in the third quarter.  Seven West players scored in the third stanza led by Lauren Cannatelli with 10.  When the smoke cleared after the Firebirds third period scoring outburst their lead had jumped to 21 points (62-41).  Lauren Cannatelli scored 21 points in under 20 minutes and added a game high 5 steals.  Arianne Whitaker was dominating in the low post position scoring 19 points on 9 for 9 shooting, while also taking down 10 rebounds, and blocking 5 Middie shots.  Whitaker also tied the Lakota West most blocks in a season record of 56 which was set by Christy Erickson in 1997-98 season. This game followed pre-game ceremonies which honored the teams three senior players; Kim Adams, Ellie Kivell, and Elisabeth Carter, all of whom were in tonight’s starting line-up.   Nia Staples dished out a team high 5 assists followed by Ellie Kivell with 4.

  Stats

39th Ohio (OHSAA) State Tournament
199 Division 1 Teams Competing

 

2/15

Northwest at Lakota East

  W

66-24 

  18-5

The Firebirds scored ten points in the first 65 seconds of the game and emerged from the first quarter with a 20 point lead (23-3).  Fourteen different West players saw action in the game as the Firebirds continued to add to their lead.  Lauren Cannatelli led the team in three statistical categories;  scoring with 15, assists with 6, and steals with 5.  Danielle Wells continues to lead the team in field goal accuracy making 6 of 8 and tallying 13 points for the game.  Arianne Whitaker had team highs of 12 rebounds and 4 shot blocks.   Whitaker raised her season block total to an even 60 topping the previous Lakota West single season record of 56 which had stood since 1998.

  Stats

2/20

Hamilton at Lakota East

  W

65-35 

  19-5

West was up by as many as 39 and won by 30, but they could have won by what ever they wanted to make it.  This game was for practice. Now the tournament field has been reduced from 200 to 64. Practice is over. The serious grind begins.  Nia Staples played just half the game scoring a team leading 13 points.  Danielle Wells scored the first 4 points of the game, 8 of West's 19 in the first quarter, and 12 points total playing not quite half of the game. Arianne Whitaker contributed a double-double (10 pts./14 rbd.'s) her fifth of the season..  Lexi Wasan, starting in place of Elisabeth Carter, scored 10 points.  Carter, in uniform and available to play, was not needed and held out to further rest an injury.  Lara Aull had a team leading 4 assists.  Fourteen Firebirds logged four or more minutes of playing time with 12 getting a full quarter or more.

  Stats

2/24

Mason at Lakota East    

  W

44-39 

  20-5

West weathered an early cold shooting storm that left them down 6-15 late in the first quarter.  They then came back to tie the score , 21-21, following an old fashioned three point play by Danielle Wells just before the intermission.   An Arianne Whitaker field goal put the Firebirds in the lead, 23-21, one minute into the second half, a lead they never again relinquished.  After a low scoring third stanza West led 28-24.  The Comets made a determined bid to tie the game early in the final period pulling to within two at 26-28, 28-30, and 30-32 but that was as close as they could get.  The Firebirds then forged a 6-0 run on successive field goals by Lauren Cannatelli, Arianne Whitaker, and Elisabeth Carter putting themselves up by 8 points  with 4 minutes remaining.  From there on out they played cat and mouse with the Comets who were forced to foul.  West made 6 of 7 from the foul line in the last 59 seconds, with Cannatelli cashing in on 4 of 4 and Whitaker making 2 of 2.  Whitaker was credited with14 points and 12 rebounds, both game high's.  Cannatelli added 10 points and had team highs of 2 assists and 2 steals. Nia Staples made a pair of treys to spark the Firebird comeback in the second quarter and finished with 7 points as did Danielle Wells.

  Stats

3/1

Springboro, at Harrison, Round of 32, 5:00 pm

  W

54-34 

  21-5

The Firebirds opened the game with a pressure defense that left a shell shocked Springboro team down13-0 just four minutes into the contest.  With West subbing liberally the lead continued to build to 24 points (48-24) early in the fourth quarter.  At that point the game was entrusted entirely to the back up players.  Lauren Cannatelli scored 15 points with 7 coming in the birds first quarter barrage.  Lexi Wasan led the team in rebounds with 10 and was a co-leader with three steals.  Nia Straples shared the steal lead with Wasan and had a game high 5 assists. 

  Stats

3/5

Centerville, at Wright State U., Round of 16 (regional semifinal)

  W

69-58 

  22-5

West took an early lead and moved out to an 18-11 first quarter advantage making it look like a win might come easy.  Centerville, who came into the game with a 23-3 record and ranked 9th in the state, used the second quarter to dispel that notion. By half time they had taken the lead, 27-29.  The rejuvenated Elks started the second half  with a trey and had their maximum lead of 5 (27-32) just 20 seconds after the intermission.  The Firebirds responded  with an eight point run to regain the lead, 35-32, with 5:38 remaining in the third period.  Nia Staples sparked this run with a three point field goal and three free throws capped at the end by a Danielle Wells field goal.  Centerville could never regain the lead or even force a tie but they continued to challenge West.  The Elks got within two or less points  four more times in the third quarter but the Firebirds got out of that stanza holding a 46-42 advantage.  Still leading by a scant four points Nia Staples ignited another Firebird run by hitting a trey and then making an old fashioned three point play.  Lauren Cannatelli then made five out of six free throws to finish off the unanswered eleven point run to give the Firebirds a double digit lead (59-44), with only 3:33 remaining in the game.  Centerville was unable to mount a serious challenge after that and the two teams just traded points till time ran on the Elks.  Lauren Cannatelli led all scorers with 18 points.  Nia Staples followed  with 17, 15 coming in her run igniting streaks in the second half.  Danielle Wells played a solid all around game which included 10 points, 5 rebounds (second high on team), and a team leading 3 assists.  Arianne Whitaker battled 6' 5" Centerville post player Shannon Coffee, matching her two shot blocks, and pulling down a team best 6 rebounds, just two shy of Coffee's total.  Coffee, the Elks leading scorer, was also held four points below her season average.   Ellie Kivell was called upon to play extra minutes due to Cannatelli's early foul trouble.  Kivell responded with 9 points in 10 critical minutes by knocking down a trey, hitting on 3 of 4 from the field, and getting to the foul line twice for 2 more points.  In addition Kivell kept busy by assisting on another basket, picking up a steal, and darting in to claim two rebounds.

  Stats

3/8

Princeton, at Wright State U., Round of 8

  L

75-88 

  22-6

West opened the game with their vaunted full court press causing Princeton to turn the ball over four times in the first 85 seconds which enabled the Firebirds to score the first five points of the contest.  After the initial shock the veteran Vikings regrouped and launched a comeback to put themselves ahead to stay (10-7) with a made three point field goal.  They also adjusted to the aggressive Firebird defense and after their initial flurry of turnovers only lost the ball five more times the rest of the night.  Still Princeton could not get away from the determined Firebirds and had only increased their lead to four points by the end of the high scoring first quarter (21-25).  This high scoring slugfest continued through the third stanza with West scoring 23 points.  Even with 23  they could only gain a single point on the Vikes leaving them 7 behind entering the last quarter.   With 6:24 remaining in the game the Vikings had opened their lead to thirteen and just when it appeared they had the game under control West strung together a trey by Ellie Kivell, followed in quick succession by two Lauren Cannatelli treys, and capped off by two Elisabeth Carter made free throws.  When the smoke cleared the Firebirds were back within a single possession (71-74) with over three minutes to go and the momentum seemingly going in their direction.  Not to be denied, Princeton's senior star Kelsey Mitchell launched a 9 point run of her own putting West back in the hole again (71-83) with only 1:25 to play.   Lauren Cannatelli scored a career high 30 points, which included 24 from 8 made three point field goals, thought to be the most ever made in a single game by a Lakota West player.  Thirty points gave her a new career high.  Nia Staples also recorded a career highs of 20 points and 7 assists.  Staples playing point guard against the ball hawking Vikings was on the court for all except the final 21 seconds without committing any turnovers.  Arianne Whitaker led all rebounders with 13.

  Stats


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Chess

Date

Opponent

W/L

Score

Overall
Record

West Results
W=Win L=Loss D=Draw

10/31

at Hamilton

L

0-5

0-1-0

Board 1 – Brandon Do, L
Board 2 – Elijah Taylor, L
Board 3 – Arya Jouhari, L
Board 4 – Nathan Farrar, L
Board 5 – Tiger Ji, L

11/5

Middletown

W

3-2

1-1-0

Board 1 – Stephen Liao, L
Board 2 – Bruno Sala, L
Board 3 – Brandon Do, W
Board 4 – Tiger Ji, W
Board 5 – Arya Jouhari, W

11/7

at Oak Hills

W

3.5-1.5

2-1-0

Board 1– Stephen Liao, D
Board 2– Bruno Sala, W
Board 3– Tiger Ji, W
Board 4– Arya Jouhari, W
Board 5– Brandon Do, L

11/12

Fairfield

L

2-3

2-2

Board 1– Stephen Liao,L
Board 2– Bruno Sala, D
Board 3– Tiger Ji, D
Board 4– Arya Jouhari, W
Board 5– Brandon Do, L

11/14

Sycamore

L

0.5-4.5

2-3

Board 1– Stephen Liao, L
Board 2– Bruno Sala, L
Board 3– Tiger Ji, Draw
Board 4– Arya Jouhari, L
Board 5– Brandon Do, L

11/21

Princeton

L

2-3

2-4

Board 1– Stephen Liao L
Board 2– Bruno Sala, L
Board 3– Nathan Farra,  W
Board 4– Brando Do,W
Board 5– Kevin Holmes,L

12/3

Mason

L

2-3

2-5

Board 1- Stephen Liao, L
Board 2- Bruno Sala, L
Board 3- Tiger Ji, L
Board 4- Nathan Fararr, W
Board 5- Brandon Do, W

12/5

at Colerain

W

4-1

3-5

Board 1- Stephen Liao, L
Board 2- Bruno Sala, W
Board 3- Tiger Ji, W
Board 4- Arya Jouhari, W
Board 5- Nathan Farrar, W

Round Robin Matches
 at Sycamore

12/9

Hamilton

L

1-4

3-6

Board 1-- Stephen Liao, L
Board 2-- Bruno Sala, W
Board 3-- Tiger Ji, L
Board 4-- Arya Jouhari, L
Board 5-- Brandon Do, L

12/9

Middletown

L

2-3

3-7

Board 1-- Stephen Liao, L
Board 2-- Bruno Sala, W
Board 3-- Tiger Ji, W
Board 4-- Arya Jouhari, L
Board 5-- Brandon Do, L

12/9

Oak Hills

W

3-2

4-7

Board 1-- Stephen Liao, W
Board 2-- Bruno Sala, L
Board 3-- Tiger Ji, W
Board 4-- Arya Jouhari, W
Board 5-- Brandon Do, L

12/9

Fairfield

L

2-3

4-8

Board 1-- Stephen Liao, L
Board 2-- Bruno Sala, W
Board 3-- Tiger Ji, L
Board 4-- Arya Jouhari, L
Board 5-- Brandon Do, W

12/9

Sycamore

L

0-5

4-9

Board 1-- Stephen Liao, L
Board 2-- Bruno Sala, L
Board 3-- Tiger Ji, L
Board 4-- Arya Jouhari, L
Board 5-- Brandon Do, L

12/9

Princeton

W

4-1

5-9

Board 1-- Stephen Liao, W
Board 2-- Bruno Sala, W
Board 3-- Tiger Ji, W
Board 4-- Arya Jouhari, W
Board 5-- Brandon Do, L

12/9

Colerain

W

4-1

6-9

Board 1-- Stephen Liao, W
Board 2-- Bruno Sala, W
Board 3-- Tiger Ji, W
Board 4-- Arya Jouhari, L
Board 5-- Brandon Do, W

12/9

Mason

L

0-5

6-10

Board 1-- Stephen Liao, L
Board 2-- Bruno Sala, L
Board 3-- Tiger Ji, L
Board 4-- Arya Jouhari, L
Board 5-- Brandon Do, L
West Final Record 6th GMC


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Gymnastics


Date

Opponent

Placings

Medalist(s)

West Highlights

"Lakota West will not have a gymnastics team for the 2013-14 season"


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Academic Quiz

Date

Opponent

W/L

Score

GMC
Record

West Participants

12/2

Oak Hills

L

35-50

0-1

Brian Griffiths
Aubrey Hooper
Arya Jouhari
Trent Koch
Patrick O'Connor
Nanditha Ravichandran
Sydney Richardson
Robert Ritchie

12/2

Oak Hills

W

46-38

1-1

Brian Griffiths
Aubrey Hooper
Arya Jouhari
Trent Koch
Patrick O'Connor
Nanditha Ravichandran
Sydney Richardson
Robert Ritchie

12/4

at Colerain

W

46-27

2-1

Brian Griffiths
Aubrey Hopper
Arya Jouhari
Trent Koch
Patrick O'Connor
Nanditha Ravichandran
Sydney Richardson
Robert Ritchie

12/4

at Colerain

W

48-24

3-1

Brian Griffiths
Aubrey Hopper
Arya Jouhari
Trent Koch
Patrick O'Connor
Nanditha Ravichandran
Sydney Richardson
Robert Ritchie

12/9

Lakota East

W

38-37 o.t.

4-1

Brian Griffiths
Aubrey Hopper
Arya Jouhari
Trent Koch
Patrick O'Conner
Nanditha Ravichandran
Sydney Richardson
Robert Ritchie

12/9

Lakota East

W

45-35

5-1

Brian Griffiths
Aubrey Hopper
Arya Jouhari
Trent Koch
Patrick O'Conner
Nanditha Ravichandran
Sydney Richardson
Robert Ritchie

12/11

at Mason

L

45-29

5-2

Benjamin Davie
Brian Griffith
Aubrey Hopper
Sydney Richardson
Robert Ritche

12/11

at Mason

L

44-33

5-3

Benjamin Davie
Brian Griffith
Aubrey Hopper
Sydney Richardson
Robert Ritche

12/16

Hamilton

W

37-30

6-3

Brian Griffiths,
Aubrey Hopper
Arya Jouhari
Trent Koch
Patrick O'Conner
Nanditha Ravichandran
Robert Ritchie                      

12/16

Hamilton

W

47-37

7-3

Brian Griffiths
Aubrey Hooper
Arya Jouhari
Trent Koch
Patrick O'Conner
Nanditha Ravichandran
Robert Ritchie

12/18

at Fairfield

W

34-29

8-3

Brian Griffiths
Aubrey Hopper
Trent Koch
Robert Ritchie

12/18

at Fairfield

W

39-27

9-3

Brian Griffiths
Aubrey Hopper
Trent Koch
Robert Ritchie

1/8

Sycamore

W

37-33

10-3

Brian Griffiths
Aubrey Hopper
Arya Jouhari
Trent Koch
Patrick O'Connor
Nanditha Ravichandran
Sydney Richardson
Robert Ritchie

1/8

Sycamore 

W

42-39

11-3

Brian Griffiths
Aubrey Hopper
Arya Jouhari
Trent Koch
Patrick O'Connor
Nanditha Ravichandran
Sydney Richardson
Robert Ritchie

1/15

Princeton

L

42-43 o.t.

  11-4

Brian Griffiths
Aubrey Hopper
Arya Jouhari
Trent Koch
Patrick O'Connor
Nanditha Ravichandran
Sydney Richardson
Robert Ritchie

1/15 

Princeton 

L

34-42

  11-5

Brian Griffiths
Aubrey Hopper
Arya Jouhari
Trent Koch
Patrick O'Connor
Nanditha Ravichandran
Sydney Richardson
Robert Ritchie

1/22

at Middletown

W

  41-25

  12-5

Brian Griffiths

Aubrey Hopper

Arya Jouhari

Trent Koch

Sydney Richardson

Robert Ritchie

1/22 

at Middletown 

  L

  29-35

  12-6

Brian Griffiths

Aubrey Hopper

Arya Jouhari

Trent Koch

Sydney Richardson

Robert Ritchie

West finished tied for 2nd in the GMC 


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Boys Swimming


Date

Event
(D) Diving Included

Team Placings

Results/Highlights

Meet Details

12/3

at Princeton

1. Princeton 84
2. West 56

West Winners:
Benjamin Pawlukiewicz, 50 free (23.64)
Lamar Duncan, 100 fly (1:30.45)
Mathew Burroughs, 500 free (6:38.28)
Benjamin Pawlukiewicz, 100 breast (1:07.97)
Mathew Burroughs, Lamar Duncan, Ben Pawlukiewicz, Matt Fielder, 200 medley relay (1:55.76)

 Results

12/5

Turpin Tri Meet (D)

1. Turpin 130
2. West 81
3. Lakota East 76

West Winners:
Benjamin Pawlukiewicz, 200 free (2:02.01)
Benjamin Pawlukiewicz, 100 fly (57.43)
Taylor Mason, 1 meter dive (182.20, 6 dives)
Luke Mueller, Duncan Lamar, Benjamin Pawlukiewicz, Matt Fielder, 200 medley relay (1:56.39)

Results

12/11

St. Xavier - Quad meets
at Keating Natatorium

1. St. Xavier 'Blue' 166
2. St. Xavier 'White' 129
3. Lakota East 86
4. West 44

West Top 3 Placers:
None

 Results

12/14

Quad Colerain/Madeira
at Keating

1. Lakota East 156
2. Mariemont 131
3. Colerain 123
4. West 69

West Top 3 Placers:
1st - Ben Pawlukiewicz, 200 ind. medley (2:13:47)
1st - Ben Pawlukiewicz, 100 free (51.93)
1st - Gavin Carbonell, Duncan Lamar, Ben Pawlukiewicz, Matt Fielder, 200 med. relay (1:55.92)
3rd - Gavin Carbonell, 500 free (5:59.10)

 Results

12/17

Beavercreek
at Lakota Y

1. Beavercreek 116
2. West 48

West Winners:
Ben Pawlukiewicz, 50 free (23.62)
Ben Pawlukiewicz, 500 free (5:31.51)

Results

12/21

Christmas Invitational at Branin Natatorium, Canton, O.

23 Schools Competing
1. St. Xavier 494
2. Moeller 220
3. Upper Arlington 177
4. …
23. West 2

West Placers:
15th - Ben Pawlukiewicz, 50 free (23.28)
18th - Sean McCracken, 100 back (58:14)
19th - Ben Pawlukiewicz, 100 breast (1:05.56)
24th - Sean McCracken, 200 free (1:57.61)

Results

12/30

Middletown- Tri
at Lakota Y

1. Lakota East 147
2. West 105
3. Middletown 24

West Winners:
Sean McCracken, 200 ind. medley (2:18.44)
Ben Pawlukiewicz, 50 free (23.66)
Ben Pawlukiewicz, 100 back (1:07.96)

 Results

1/4

Milford Invitational(D)

16 Schools Competing

1. Lakota East 299

2. Walnut Hills 264

3. Butler 233

4. West 199

5. Milford 127

6. …

West Top 3 Placers:
1st - Ben Pawlukiewicz, 50 free (23.12)
1st - Robert Skoog, Sean McCracken, Jackson Tinsley, BenPawlukiewicz, 200 free relay (1:35.82)
2nd - Ben Pawlukiewicz, 100 breast (1:03.82)
3rd - Robert Skoog, 50 free (23.91)
3rd - Robert Skoog, 100 free (54.13)
3rd - Jackson Tinsley, 100 breast (1:07.13)

 Results

1/11

Anderson
Senior Recognition
at Keating

1. Anderson 144

2. West 107

West Winners:

Sean McCracken, Jackson Tinsley, Ben Pawlukiewicz, Robert Skoog, 200 medley relay (1:45.91)

Jackson Tinsley, 200 IM (2:09.44)

Ben Pawlukiewicz, 100 Fly (57.39)

Jackson Tinsley, 100 Back (1:03.84)

Sean McCracken, Robert Skoog, Jackson Tinsley, Ben Pawlukiewicz, 400 Free Relay (3:31.63)

Results

1/14

Milford- Tri (D)

1. Milford 137

2. Lakota East 95

3. West 70

West Winners:

Ben Pawlukiewicz, 50 free (23.09)

Ben Pawlukiewicz, 100 free (50.98)

Results

1/18 - 1/19

Soutwest District Classic (D)

42+ Schools Competing
1. St. Xavier 614
2. Moeller 331
3. Oak Wood 297
4. …
-- GMC --
9. Lakota East 128
10. Mason 118
15. Sycamore 76
18. Fairfield 48
20. Middletown 46
34. Colerain 11
T42. West 0

West Placers: 

None 

Results

1/24

Mason-Tri(D) at Mason

1. Mason 133
2. Lakota East 93
3. West 74

West Winners:
Jackson Tinsley, 500 free (5:12.34)
Ben Pawlukiewicz, 100 breast (1:04.05)

Results

1/28

Sycamore-Tri(D)
at Sycamore

1. Sycamore 154
2. Lakota East 105
3. West 53

West Placers: 

None

Results

1/31 - 2/1

Greater Miami Conference Championship Meet at Mason

1. Mason 478
2. Sycamore 396
3. Lakota East 333
4. Oak Hills 212
5. West 205
6. Fairfield 190
7. Middletown 136
8. Colerain 106
9. Princeton 94
10. Hamilton 18

All GMC (Top 4 Placers, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, & 4th (Honorable Mention):

3rd… Taylor Mason, 1m dive (176.75)
3rd… Ben Pawlukiewicz, 100 breast (1:03.15)
3rd… Jackson Tinsley, Robert Skoog, Sean McCraken, Ben Pawlukiewicz, 200 free relay (1:34.52)

H.M… Sean McCracken, 200 free (1:52.48)
H.M… Ben Pawlukiewicz, 100 fly (56.19)
H.M…  Sean McCracken, Jackson Tinsley, Benjamin Pawlukiewicz, Robert Skoog, 200 medley relay (1:46.24)

Results

87th Ohio (OHSAA) State Meet
136 Division 1 Teams Competing

 

2/4 - 2/7

Cincinnati Sectional at Keating Natatorium

1. St. Xavier 637
2. Lakota East 298
3. Oak Hills 246
4. Walnut Hills 204
5. West 180
6. Fairfield 159
7. LaSalle 128
8. Elder 124
9. Colerain 87
10. Princeton 73
11. Harrison 52
12. Hamilton 26

District Qualifiers (SW Ohio district rank/Cincinnati sectional place):
11th/5th … Ben Pawlukiewicz, 100 breast (1:03.42)
12th/ 6th … Jackson Tinsley, 100 breast (1:03.43)
12th/ 6th … Robert Skoog, 50 free (22.74)
16th/ 6th … Sean McCracken, 200 free (1:49.51)
18th/ 9th … Sean McCracken, 100 back (56.41)
19th/ 10th… Jackson Tinsley, 200 ind. medley (2:04.39)
20th/ 6th … Taylor Mason, 1m dive (270.50)
20th/ 9th … Ben Pawlukiewicz, 100 Fly(56.30)
29th/ 10th … Duncan Lamar, 100 breast (1:07.64) 

6th/ 2nd … Ben Pawlukiewicz, Jackson Tinsley, Sean McCracken, Robert Skoog, 200 free relay (1:31.47)
10th/ 4th … Ben Pawlukiewicz, Jackson Tinsley, Sean McCracken, Robert Skoog, 200 med. relay (1:43.32)

Results

2/11 - 2/14

Soutwest Ohio District Meet at Miami U.

29 Schools Scoring
1. St. Xavier 450
2. Moeller 271
3. Centrerville 188
4. Anderson 130
5. Lakota East 114
6. …
16. West 46

State Qualifiers:
None
Best District Finish (team and individual):
6th … Ben Pawlukiewcz, Jackson Tinsley, Sean McCracken, Robert Skoog, 200 free relay (1:29.70)
9th …. Jackson Tinsley, 100 breast (1:00.50)

Results

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Girls Swimming


Date

Event
(D) Diving Included

Team Placings

Results/Highlights

Meet Details

12/3

at Princeton

1. West 115
2. Princeton 53

West Winners:
Mikayla Mueller, 200 free (2:12.41)
Regan Strong, 200 medley (2:34.85)
Taylor Muia, 50 free (28.58)
Taylor Muia, 100 fly (1:14.21)
Mikayla Mueller, 100 free (1:02.34)
Kelly McManus, 500 free (6:20.83)
Kirsty Rae, 100 back (1:13.29)
Regan Strong, 100 breast (1:19.59)
Regan Strong, Gabriel Strotman, Taylor Muia, Mikayla Mueller, 200 medley relay (2:10.10)
Regan Strong, Regan Hagemeier, Taylor Muia, Mikayla Mueller, 200 free relay (1:56.36)

 Results

12/5

Turpin- Tri (D)

T1. West 108
T1. Turpin 108
3. Lakota East 102

West Winners:
Mikayla Mueller, 200 ind.  med. (2:31.74)
Kirsty Rae, Regan Strong, Taylor Muia, Mikayla Mueller, 200 medley relay (2:05.76)
Taylor Muia, Kelly McManus, Regan Strong, Mikayla Mueller, 200 free relay (1:53.51)

Results

12/11

Ursuline- Quad meets
at Keating Natatorium

1. Ursuline 'Green'  169
2. Ursuline 'Gold' 164
3. Lakota East 103
4. West 82

West Top 3 Placers:
2nd - Erica Morris, 50 free (26.93)

 Results

12/14

Quad Colerain/Madeira
at Keating

1. Lakota East 137
2. West 135
3. Mariemont 128
4. Colerain 114

West Top 3 Placers:
1st - Erica Morris, 100 free (1:00.35)
1st - Kayla Thompson, Shannon Pohlman, Mikayla Mueller, Erica Morris, 400 free relay (4:01.37)

2nd - Kayla Thompson, 500 free (5:51.65)
2nd - Taylor Muia, Kayla Thompson, Regan Strong, Erica Morris, 200 free relay (1:53.86)

3rd - Shannon Pohlman, 200 free (2:14.36)
3rd - Erica Lindner, 200 ind. medley (2:20.38)
3rd - Mikayla Mueller, 50 free (27.76)
3rd - Taylor Muia, 100 fly (1:12.23)

 Results

12/17

Beavercreek
at Lakota Y

1. Beavercreek 114
2. West 56

West Winners:
Tiffany Howard, 200 ind. medley (2:16.46)

Results

12/21

Christmas Invitational at Branin Natatorium, Canton, O.

26 Schools Competing
1. Upper Arlington 405
2. Mason 311
3. Ursuline 300
4. …
13. West 30

West Placers:
6th - Casey Frazier, 200 ind. medley (2:18.07)
8th - Nevie Rice, 100 free (54.76)
T11th - Nevie Rice, 200 free (1:59.50)
16th - Casey Frazier, 100 breast (1:13:05)

Results

12/30

Middletown- Tri
at Lakota Y

1. West 136
2. Lakota East 103
3. Middletown 55

West Winners:
Heyle Krugler, 200 free (2:12.91)
Casey Frazier, 500 free (5:28.56)
Kayla Thompson, 100 back (1:08.70)
Regan Strong, 100 breast (1:19.67)
Erika Lindner, Casey Frazier, Erica Morris, Taylor Muia, 200 med. relay (2:02.93)
Shannon Pohlman, Erica Morris, Mikayla Mueller, Casey Frazier, 200 free relay (1:52.01)
Emily Kelker, Heyle Krugler, Kelly McManus, Kayla Thompson, 400 free relay (4:16.02)

 Results

1/4

Milford Invitational(D)

14 Schools Competing

1. West 343

2. Lakota East 301

3. Walnut Hills 275

4. Milford 182

5. Cinc. Christian 113

6. …

West Top 3 Placers:
1st - Tiffany Howard, 100 back (1:04.20)
1st - Casey Frazier, 200 ind. medley (2:16.75)
1st - Tiffany Howard, Erica Morris, Casey Frazier, Nevie Rice, 200 free relay (1:45.82)
1st - Nevie Rice, Casey Frazier, Tiffany Howard, Erica Morris, 200 med. relay (1:56.81)
2nd - Casey Frazier, 100 breast (1:11.90)
2nd - Tiffany Howard, 200 ind. medley (2:20.36)
3rd – Erica Morris, 50 free (27.46)
3rd – Nevie Rice, 100 free (58.47)
3rd – Taylor Muia, 500 free (5:42.08)

Results

1/11

Anderson
Senior Recognition
at Keating

1. West 175

2. Anderson 123

West Winners:
Nevie Rice, Casey Frazier, Tiffany Howard, Erica Morris 200 Medley Relay (1:57.10
Nevie Rice, 200 Yard IM (2:22.23)
Tiffany Howard, 50 Free (26.21)
Tiffany Howard, 100 Fly (1:01.95)
Nevie Rice, 500 Free (5:25.32)
Kayla Thompson, 100 Back (1:06.28)
Casey Frazier, 100 Breast (1:12.04)
Tiffany Howard, Erica Morris, Casey Frazier, Nevie Rice, 400 Free Relay (3:50.74)

Results

1/14

Milford- Tri (D)

T1. Milford 110

T1. Lakota East 110

3. West 88

West Winners:

Tiffany Howard, 200 free (2:07.20)

Gabriel Strotman, 100 breast (1:20.12)

Results

1/18 - 1/19

Soutwest District Classic (D)

44+ Schools Competing
1. Ursuline 447
T2. Mason 308
T2. Oakwood 308
4. ...
- other GMC-
8. Sycamore 153
T21. West 37
T29. Fairfield 23
36. Colerain 12
 

West Placers:                                                                                                        6th - Casey Frazier, 200 breast (2:38.95)
7th - Casey Frazier, 400 ind. medley (4:45.00)
11th - Erica Morris,Tiffany Howard, Casey Frazier, Nevie Rice, 400 free relay (3:46.41)

Results

1/24

Mason-Tri(D) at Mason

1. Mason 146
2. West 100
3. Lakota East 59

West Winner:
Casey Frazier, 100 free (57.68)
Casey Frazier, 100 back (1:04.69)

Results

1/28

Sycamore-Tri(D)
at Sycamore

1. Sycamore 159
2. Lakota East 88
3. West 73

West Placers: 

None

Results

2/1

Greater Miami Conference Championship Meet at Mason

1. Mason 650.5
2. Sycamore 436
3. West 281
4. Lakota East 240
5. Fairfield 162
6. Colerain 121
7. Oak Hills 94
8. Middletown 76.5
9. Princeton 75
10. Hamilton 34

All GMC (Top 4 Placers, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, & 4th (Honorable Mention):
1st… Nevie Rice, 200 free (1:57.57)
1st… Casey Frazier, 100 breast (1:08.61)
2nd… Casey Frazier, 200 indiv. medley (2:10.15)
3rd… Tiffany Howard, 100 fly (1:01.96)
3rd… Nevie Rice, Casey Frazier, Tiffany Howard, Erica Morris, 200 medley relay (1:55.00)
3rd… Tiffany Howard, Casey Frazier, Erica Morris, Nevie Rice, 200 free relay (1:43.66)

H.M… Nevie Rice, 100 free (54.74)
H.M… Kayla Thompson, Kirsty Rae, Heyle Krugler, Taylor Muia, 400 free relay (4:00.26)

Results

38th Ohio (OHSAA) State Meet
160 Division 1 Teams Competing

 

2/5 - 2/8

Cincinnati Sectional at Keating Natatorium

1. St. Ursula 453
2. West 250
3. Lakota East 245
4. Walnut Hills 304
5. Seton 180
6. Mt. Notre Dame 160
7. Fairfield 156
8. Talawanda 135
9. Mercy 131
10. McAuley 103
11. Colerain 91
12. Princeton 48
13. Hamilton 41
14. Oak Hills 39
15. Harrison 12

District Qualifiers (SW Ohio district rank/Cincinnati sectional place):
1st/ 1st … Casey Frazier, 100 breast (1:09.10)
4th/ 2nd … Casey Frazier, 200 ind. medley (2:11.12)
8th/ 2nd … Nevie Rice, 100 free (54.86)
8th/ 3rd … Erica Morris, 100 fly (59.75)
9th/ 4th … Tiffany Howard, 100 fly (59.82)
31st/ 8th … Erica Lindner, 100 fly (1:01.65)

9th/ 3rd … Nevie Rice, Tiffany Howard, Erica Morris, Casey Frazier, 200 free relay (1:42.95)
13th/ 5th … Nevie Rice, Tiffany Howard, Erica Morris, Casey Frazier, 200 medley relay (1:55.30)
19th/ 7th … Taylor Muia, Shannon Pohlman, Heyle Krugler, Kayla Thompson, 400 free relay (3:58.09

13th/ 4th … Nevie Rice, 200 free (1:58.97)

Results

2/15

Soutwest Ohio District Meet at Miami U.

28 Schools Scoring
1. Mason 380
2. Ursuline 304
3. Centerville 260
4. St. Ursula 166
5. Springboro 115
6. …

8. West 111

 

State Qualifiers (State rank / SW District place):
3rd/ 1st  … Casey Frazier, 100 breast (1:04.73* , First Lakota Female District Champ
6th/ 3rd … Casey Frazier, 200 ind. medley (2:04.54*
10th/ 6th… Nevie Rice, 100 free (52.19*
17th/ 10th … Nevie Rice, 200 free (1:53.17)
23rd/ 10th … Erica Morris, 100 fly (58.51)

16th/ 8th … Nevie Rice, Tiffany Howard, Erica Morris, Casey Frazier, 200 free relay (1:39.53) **
17th/ 6th … Nevie Rice, Tiffany Howard, Erica Morris, Casey Frazier, 200 med. relay (1:49.32*

*   New Lakota West & Lakota School District Records
** Missed Lakota West & Lakota School District Record by 0.01 seconds

Results

2/21- 2/22

State Meet at Branon Natatorium, Canton

52 Schools Scoring
1. Ursuline 281
2. Upper Arlington 264
3. Mason 164
4. …

T44. West 5

State Placer:
13th … Casey Frazier, 100 breast, 4 pts.
16th … Casey Frazier, 200 individual medley, 1 pt.

 

 

 

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Wrestling

Date

Event

Team Placings

Dual
Record

West Highlights

12/5

Lakota East

1. West 39
2. Lakota East 34

1-0

West Winners:
Andrew Acuna (138) 6-3 dec.
Andy Cress (145) pin
Kevin Leonhardt (152) pin
Gregory Smith (160) pin
Kody Krause (170) pin
Mason Quinn (182) 3-1 o.t. dec.
Drew Fenton (195) 3-1 dec.
Logan Brown (132) pin 

12/7

at Olentangy
Invitational

1. Worthington 173
2. Lancaster 170
3. West 161
4. Olentangy 155
5. St. Xavier 131
6. St. Edward 131
7. Chillochothe 83
8. Centerville 64.5
9. Scioto 29

1-0

West Placers:
1st – 132 Andrew Acuna
152 Kevin Leonhardt
195 Drew Fenton

2nd – 126 Logan Brown

3rd – 106 Jensen Quinn
112 Matt Johnson
145 Andy Cress
182 Mason Quinn

4th – 285 Mahmoud Alchahal

12/12

at Fairfield

1. West 30
2. Fairfield 27

2-0

West Winners:
Aaron Edwards (138) 4-3 dec.
Andy Cress (145) 4-1 dec.
Kevin Leonhardt (152) pin 1:41
Mason Quinn (182) 8-5 dec.
Drew Fenton (195) pin 1:53
Mahmoud Alchahal (285) forfeit
Andrew Acuna (132) 2-1 dec

12/18

at Middletown

1. West 67
2. Middletown 6

3-0

West Winners:
Kevin Leonhardt (152) pin 3:50
Luke Strotman (160) pin 1:59
Mason Quinn (182) pin 1:59
Drew Fenton (195) pin 1:34
Jack Lindley (220) pin 3:40
Mahmoud Alchahal (285) pin 2:51
Matt Johnson (113) pin 4:05
Richard Szczepaniak (120) forfeit
Logan Brown (126) forfeit
Andrew Acuna (132) dec. 9-4
Aaron Edwards (138) maj. dec. 11-3
Andy Cress (145) pin 0:31

12/18

LaSalle at Middletown

1. LaSalle 37
2. West 24

3-1

West Winners:
Mason Quinn (182) forfeit
Drew Fenton (195) forfeit
Andy Cress (145) pin 3:14
Kevin Leonhardt (152) pin 0.38

12/21 -
12/22

Glen Sample SW Ohio Coaches Classic at Harrison

41 Schools Competing
1. Moeller 197
2. Lovelan 186.5
3. Mason 165.5
4. Marysville 158.5
5. Centerville 144
6. St. Xavier 134.5
7. LaSalle 126.5
8. Sycamore 119
9. Elder 113.5
T10. West 110
T10. Mt. Vernon 110
12. …

3-1

West Placers:
2nd - 152 Kevin Leonhardt, 4-1

5th - 182 Mason Quinn, 3-2

7th - 109 Jensen Quinn, 5-2
7th - 138 Aaron Edwards, 5-2

8th – 145 Andy Cress, 3-3

12/27 -
12/28

at GMVWA Holiday Tournament at Nutter Center, Wright State U

53 Schools Competing
1. Archer, GA.  332.5
2. Graham  319
3. Sprinboro 151
4. Campbell Co, Ky. 136
…GMC Schools…
T24. Princeton 64
T33. West 56
48. Middletown 26

3-1

West Placers:
7th - 145 Andy Cress, 4-2
7th - 182 Dew Fenton, 5-2

1/4

Beavercreek Classic

1. West 188.5

2. Beavercreek 182.5

3. Stebbins 162

4. Sydney 159

5. Miami Trace 151.5

6. Greenview 135

7. Trotwood Madison 34

8. Meadowdale 15

3-1

West Top 4 Placers:

1st- 106 Jenson Quinn

1st- 113 Matt Johnson

1st- 152 Kevin Leonhardt

 

2nd- 120 Logan Brown

2nd- 126 Mohamed Emlendi

2nd- 138 Aaron Edwards

 

3rd- 113 Richard Szczepaniak

3rd- 170 Eric Bradford

 

4th- 145 Andy Cress

4th- 285 Mahmound Alchahal

1/11

Lakota West Duals

10 Schools Competing

1. Springboro

2. Elder

3. West

4. Lima Bath

West Placers: 

None

1/11

Princeton 
Lakota West Duals

1. West 71
2. Princeton 15

4-1

West Winners:

Jensen Quinn (106) forfeit

Matt Johnson (113) forfeit

Logan Brown (120) Fall :19s

Mohamed Emlemdi (126) forfeit

Adrew Acuna (132) Tech fall 17-2

Aaron Edwards(138) forfeit

Andy Cress (145) Fall :32s

Kevin Leonhardt (152) Fall 1:03

Drew Fenton (182) Fall 2:32s

Rob Malone (195) forfeit

Alchahal Mahmoud (285) forfeit

1/11

Wayne
Lakota West Duals

1. West 68
2. Wayne 9

5-1

West Winners:

Jensen Quinn (106) forfeit

Matt Johnson (113) Fall 5:46

Logan Brown (120) forfeit

Adrew Acuna (132) Tech fall 19-4

Aaron Edwards(138) Fall 2:11s

Andy Cress (145) Fall :23s

Kevin Leonhardt (152) Fall 1:20s

Greg Smith (160) 7-2 dec.

Cody Krause (170) forfeit

Drew Fenton (182) Fall 2:56s

Rob Malone (195) forfeit

Alchahal Mahmoud (285) Fall :46s

1/11

Elder
Lakota West Duals

1. Elder 40
2. West 25

5-2

West Winners:

Jensen Quinn (106) 16-5 maj. Dec.

Matt Johnson (113) forfeit

Andy Cress (145) 8-1 dec.

Kevin Leonhardt (152) Tech Fall 15-0

Drew Fenton (182) Fall 1:53s

1/11

Oak Hills
Lakota West Duals

1. West 55
2. Oak Hills 21

6-2

West Winners:

Jensen Quinn (106) Fall :35s

Logan Brown (120) 14-3 maj. Dec.

Adrew Acuna (132) 4-2 dec.

Aaron Edwards(138) forfeit

Andy Cress (145) Fall :04s

Kevin Leonhardt (152) forfeit

Greg Smith (160) Fall 1:00s

Cody Krause (170) Fall 1:18s

Drew Fenton (182) Fall 4:51s

Rob Malone (195) Fall 1:52s

1/11

Lima Bath
Lakota West Duals

1. West 37
2. Lima Bath 28

7-2

West Winners:

Jensen Quinn (106) Fall 1:05s

Matt Johnson (113) 7-1 dec.

Logan Brown (120) forfeit

Adrew Acuna (132) 11-2 maj. Dec.                                                                  

Aaron Edwards(138) Tech Fall 19-3

Andy Cress (145) Fall 1:45s

Kevin Leonhardt (152) 8-5 dec.

Drew Fenton (182) 19-5 maj. Dec.

1/18

James Horning Memorial Tournament at Mason

1. Mason 306
2. Fairmont 207
3. Centerville 190

4. West 187

5. Glen Este 166
6. Pickerington N. 141
7. Beavercreek 121
8. Stebbins 96
9. Dublin Coffman 76
10. Milford 71
11. Colerain 65

7-2

West Top 4 Placers:          
1st - 152 Kevin Leonhardt  
1st - 182 Drew Fenton        

2nd - 106 Jensen Quinn 
2nd - 145 Andy Cress
2nd - 170 Mason Quinn

4th - 132 Andrew Acuna

1/23

Sycamore, Lakota West Super-Tri

1. West 36 8-2 2.Sycamore 27

8-2

West Winners:
Matt Johnson (113) 7-3
Logan Brown (120) forfeit
Andrew Acuna (132) 4-2
Aaron Edwards (138) 15-11
Andy Cress (145) pin 2:58
Kevin Leonhardt (152) pin 1:50
Greg Smith (160) pin 3:19
Evan Krause (195) 13-5

1/23

Glen Este, Lakota West Super-Tri

1. Glen Este 36 8-3 2.West 28

8-3

West Winners:
Jensen Quinn (106) forfeit
Andrew Acuna (132) 3-1
Kevin Leonhardt (152) forfeit
Greg Smith (160) 7-1
Mason Quinn (170) 12-4
Evan Krause (195) 2:46

2/1

Greater Miami Conference Championship Meet at Lakota East

1. Mason 219
2. West 149.5
3. Fairfield 128
4. Sycamore 125
5. Lakota East 87.5
6. Hamilton 76.5
7. Colerain 61
8. Oak Hills 57.5
9. Princeton 55
10. Middletown 38

8-3

West All GMC (Top 4 Finishers):

1st… Kevin Leonhardt (152)
1st… Drew Fenton (182)

3rd… Logan Brown (120)
3rd… Andrew Acuna (132)
3rd… Andrew Cress (145)
3rd… Tim Tanner-Blair (285)

4th… Matt Johnson (113)
4th… Aaron Edwards (138)
4th… Cody Krause (195)

2nd Ohio (OHSAA) Team tournament
140 Division 1 Teams Competing

 

1/22

Lebanon,
rd. of 128

 

1. West 41
2. Lebanon 22

 

9-3

West Winners:
106 Jensen Quinn, pin 2:17
113 Matt Johnson
120 Logan Brown
138 Aaron Edwards
145 Andrew Cress
152 Kevin Leonhardt, pin 1:30
160 Greg Smith
170 Mason Quinn
182 Drew Fenton, pin 1:26

1/22

Springboro,
rd. of 64

 

1. Springboro 34
2. West 27

 

9-4

West Winners:
120 Austin Soliday
138 Aaron Edwards
152 Kevin Leonhardt
182 Kody Krause
195 Drew Fenton, pin 4:10

 

75th Ohio (OHSAA) State Meet

167 Division 1 Teams Competing

2/14 - 2/15

Sectional 1 at Centerville

1. West 222
2. Miamisburg 176
3. Northmont 147
4. Edgewood 132
5. Sydney 131
6. Butler 130.5
7. Xenia 121
8. Stebbins 119.5
9. Wayne 66
10. Middletown 55
11. Springboro 40.5

District Qualifiers (Top Four Placers):
1st … Kevin Leonhardt (152)
1st … Drew Fenton (182)

2nd … Jensen Quinn (106)
2nd … Andrew Acuna (132)
2nd … Tim Tanner-Blair (285)

3rd … Logan Brown (120)
3rd … Cody Krause (195)

4th … Andrew Cress (145)

Other Placers:
5th… Matt Johnson (113)*, 5th… Mohamed Emlemdi (126), Aaron Edwards (138), Greg Smith (160), Mason Quinn (170)

*advanced to District Meet as an alternate

 

2/21 - 2/22

SW Ohio District Meet at Fairmont

52 Schools Represented
1. Moeller 205.5
2. Loveland 131
3. Mason 117
4. …

11. West 48

State Qualifiers (Top Four Placers):
3rd … Kevin Leonhardt (152)
4th … Drew Fenton (182)

State Alternate:
5th … Andrew Acuna (132)

 

2/27 - 3/1

State Meet
at Value City Arena,
Ohio State University

94 Schools Represented
1. Massilon Perry 185
2. Perrysburg 90.5
3. Marysville 77.5
4. …

T54. West 5

West Individual Results:

7th … Kevin Leonhardt (152)
…….. loss, 2-7
…….. win, 8-5
…….. win, 10-1
…….. loss, 0-6
…….. win, 5-0

did not place … Drew Fenton (182)
…….. loss, 2-3 ultimate tie breaker

…….. loss, 5-7

 

                                                                                                           
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Boys Bowling


 Date

Opponent or Event

W/L

Score
3 Regular Games & 2 Baker Games unless otherwise noted

Overall
Record

GMC
Record

Game Highlights
Best scores of year in Bold type, Best scores in match are underlined

Stats

11/18

at Mason

L

2640-2669

0-1

0-1

High Series (2games)--Evan Fix 469
High Game-- Evan Fix 267

West
Details

12/2

Badin

W

2586-1887

1-1

0-1

High Series (2 games)-- Nick Krauth 418
High Game-- Nick Krauth 238 

West
Details

12/5

Hamilton

L

2534-2697

1-2

0-2

High Series (2 games)-- Evan Fix 441
High Game-- Evan Fix 225

West
Details

12/7

Big Blue Challenge Tournament at Fairfield Lanes

22 Schools Competing
1. Oak Hills 4425
2. Middletown 4078
3. Princeton 3881
4. …

9. West 3665
Format: 3 regular games, plus 6 baker games

Best West Series: Nick Krauth
176 + 201 + 213 = 590 

Individual Winner: Dillon Meece (Oak Hills)
214 + 222 + 262 = 698
 

West Details

12/12

Norwood

W

2208-1975

2-2

0-2

High Series (2 games) -- Nick Krauth 437
High Game -- Nick Krauth 247

West Details

12/16

Princeton

L

2564-2825

2-3

0-3

High Series (2 games)-- Evan Fix 443 
High Game-- Evan Fix 223 

West Details

12/17

Winton Woods

W

2546-1793

3-3

0-3

High Series (2 games)-- Dylan Lawson 464
High Game-- Nick Krauth 237 

West Details

1/5

Back to School Bash at The Game of Fairfield 
 

16 Schools Competing

1. Middletown

2. Northwest

3. LaSalle

4. Fairfield

 

--. West, did not place

Best West Series: Nick Krauth, T19th

188 + 192 = 380

 

Individual Winner: Danny Reichwein (LaSalle)

236 + 259 = 495

 

West Details

1/6

at Taylor

L

2366-2488

3-4

0-3

High Series (2 games)-- Nick Krauth  376 
High Game-- Evan Fix 199
 

West Details

1/9

Monroe

W

2582-1921

4-4

0-3

High Series (2 games)-- Bryan Hoskins 420
High Game-- Nick Krauth 245
 

West Details

1/14

Sycamore

W

2559-2293

5-4

1-3

High Series (2 games)—Evan Fix 428
High Game-- Nick Krauth 227

West Details

1/16

Lakota East

W

2589-1434

6-4

2-3

High Series (2 games)—Matt Soloway 479
High Game—Matt Soloway 256

West Details

1/23

Summit Country Day

W 2599-1989 7-4 2-3

High Series (2 games)—Evan Fix 490 
High Game-- Evan Fix 248 

West Details

1/27

St. Xavier

L 2663-2713 7-5 2-3

High Series (2 games)-- Dylan Lawson 441
High Game-- Nick Krauth 234

West Details

1/29

at Colerain

L 2400-2546

7-6

2-4

High Series (2 games)-- Dylan Lawson 373
High Game-- Dylan Lawson 195

West Details

2/3

Reading

W 2603-2331 8-6 2-4

High Series (2 games)-- Nick Krauth 434
High Game-- Nick Krauth 244

West Details

2/6

Cincinnati Christian

W 2592-2110 9-6 2-4

High Series (2 games)-- Nick Krauth 543
High Game-- Nick Krauth
 299

West Details

 

2/7

at Fairfield

L 2274-2583 9-7 2-5

High Series (2games)--Evan Fix 361
High Game-- Evan Fix 212

West Details

 

2/10

at Oak Hills

L 2544-2964 9-8 2-6

High Series (2games)--Nick Krauth 480
High Game-- Nick Krauth 278 

West Details

2/13

at Middletown

L 2681-2796 9-9 2-7

High Series (2games)--Nick Krauth 457
High Game-- Nick Krauth 252 

West Details

8th State (OHSAA) Tournament
155 Division 1 Teams Competing

 

2/19

Sectional at Crossgate Lanes 

16 Schools Competing
1.  St. Xavier 4331
2. LaSalle 4113
3. Middletown 4070
4. Lebanon 4061
5. Moeller 3971
6. Sycamore 3956
7. Anderson 3921
8. …

T10. West 3747

Format: 3 individual & 6 Baker games
Top 7 teams & individuals advance to District

West District Qualifier:  
Nick Krauth, West
213 + 189 + 214 = 616
3rd individual / T10th overall

Individual Winner: Nic Huber, Amelia
254 + 255 + 214 = 723

 

 

2/27

Southwest Ohio District Tournament at Beaver-Vu Lanes, Beavercreek

24 Schools Competing
1. Fairmont 4444
2. Oak Hills 4418
3. Beavercreek 4367
4. Northmont 4334
5. Middletown 4311
6. …

Format: 3 individual & 6 Baker games
Top 5 teams & individuals advance to State

West Individual:
Nick Krauth,
156 + 226 + 181 = 563
T87th of 155 overall

Individual Winner: Paul Lyons, Fairmont
290 + 258 + 191 = 739

 

 


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Girls Bowling


 Date

Opponent or Event

W/L

Score
3 Regular Games & 2 Baker Games unless otherwise noted

Overall
Record

GMC
Record

Game Highlights
Best scores of year in Bold type, Best scores in match are underlined

Stats

"Lakota West will not have a Girls Bowling team for the 2013-14 season"

 

 

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