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Lakota West 2016-2017
Winter Sports Results
3/9/2017 12:20 PM 

Boys Basketball

Date

Opponent

W/L

Score

Overall
Record

GMC
Record

Game Summary

Stats

12/2 Turpin W 54-33 1-0 0-0 The Firebirds never trailed in their season's home opener and were up by double digits, 30-20, by the intermission.  West had a 19 point advantage (26-7) in points off the bench.  Five different bench players scored led by Max Kiker, whose 11 points was also a team best.  Cameron Anzer, led the starting contingent with 10 points.  The Firebirds out rebounded the Spartins 40 to 25 led by Xavier Peters with a team leading 6 boards.  Other team leaders were starting guards Keegan Fish with 4 assists and Frank Schmitt with 3 steals.  Stats
12/9 at Lakota East
L 39-61 1-1 0-1 After a back and forth first quarter (2 ties and 2 lead changes) ended in East's favor, 12-15, the Thunderhawks used their superior marksmanship to pull away from the Firebirds.  For the game, West launched 40 shots to the Hawks 31 but made two less.   East was at their best when firing from long range making 52.6% (10 of 19) from behind the three point arc compared to West's 16.7% (2 of 12) giving the Hawks a 24 point advantage.  East's accuracy was no less evident from the free throw line where they made 73.9% (17/23) while the Firebirds shot less often and less well (7/15 for 46.7%).  The West bench led by Malachi Huges with 12 points contributed 25 points to the West total.  Hughes was also the team co-rebounding leader with 5 while spending  just 15 foul plagued minutes on the court.  Miles Greenwood was also credited with 5 boards. Stats
12/13 Mason
L

51-72

1-2 0-2

West scored 25 first half points and stayed right with the highly regarded and undefeated Comets.  After 4 ties and 9 lead changes the Firebirds trailed by only three points at the intermission. In the second half West upped their offensive production from 25 to 26 points only to see Mason run away with the game due to Firebird defensive lapses in the final two quarters.  The Comets out rebounded the Firebirds 33 to 20 with 19 of their boards coming off of the offensive glass yielding a 25-9 advantage for Mason in second chance points.  Cameron Anzer led the home team in scoring with 12 points followed by Keegan Fish with 10. 

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12/16 at Hamilton W 44-43 2-2 1-2 The Firebirds never led by more than the 6 (12-6) point advantage they enjoyed at the end of the first quarter, and led by a single point at the half (19-18).  A see saw battle ensued throughout the second half.  For the game their were 12 lead changes and 8 ties.  The Firebirds had the lead (42-41) with 57 seconds remaining but Hamilton had the ball.  A Big Blue field goal with 15 seconds remaining put them back in the lead (42-43) but returned the ball to West.   A Hamilton foul sent Frank Schmitt to the free throw line with six seconds showing on the clock.  Schmitt drained both ends of a one and one to produce the twelfth and final lead change of the night.  Hamilton launched a long shot at the buzzer which bounced off the rim leaving the Firebirds with the win.  Cameron Anzer and Payton Porterfield had 11 points each, followed by Schmitt with 10. Schmitt also had a game high 3 steals.  Spencer Farthing pulled down a team leading 8 rebounds as the Firebirds won the rebounding battle 31 to 22 which in turn led to a 6-2 advantage in second chance points. Stats
12/20 at La Salle L

71-36

2-3 1-2

The Lancers, currently ranked #3 in Cincinnati, and playing in their home gym packed with enthusiastic fans jumped out to  a 20-8 first quarter lead and were never challenged.  Will Nguyen led the Firebirds in scoring with 10 points, assists with 3, and steals with 2.   Peyton Porterfield was the teams top rebounder with 8.

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12/28 at Kings L

47-62

2-4 1-2

The hot shooting Knights (see box score) had no trouble defending their home court against the invading Firebirds.  Lakota West had only one reliable scorer, Frank Schmitt, who finished among the games scoring leaders with 15 points.  Schmitt was the lone Firebird to score in double figures and was the teams rebounding co-leader, along with Payton Porterfield, each with 4 boards.  The Firebirds just missed perfection at the free throw line making 10 of 11 with Schmitt contributing a 5 of 5.

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12/30 at Winton Woods W 56-55
O.T.
3-4 1-2

This game kept the crowd on the edge of their seats from start to finish.  There were seven ties and five lead changes before it was settled in the final seconds of the overtime period.  Keegan Fish scored a game high and career personal best 21 points.  He was credited with 5 of the teams 9 points in the overtime period.  Fish hit his third trey of the game with 1:54 on the clock in the OT period to force the seventh game tie at 54-54.  Frank Schmitt tallied 14 points with 5 coming in the last 58 seconds of the fourth quarter to force the OT.  With 1:38 remaining in regulation the Warriors led 43-42 and were holding possession of the ball.  Will Nguyen made a diving steal and while laying on his back flipped an assist pass to Schmitt as he came flying by.  That assist and resulting field goal started Schmitt on his 5 points in 58 seconds run.  Winton Woods took their final lead (54-55) following a made Warrior free throw leaving West with 11.6 seconds to respond.  Following the Firebirds final time out they inbounded to Schmitt who went the length of the floor in four seconds to score the winning basket.  Winton Woods, hounded by Firebird defenders, got off a desperate shot as the final buzzer sounded but to no avail.

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1/3 at Princeton L 34-57 3-5 1-3

With Princeton leading by 16 (31-15) two minutes into the third quarter  the Firebirds went on a 14-2 run to pull within 4 as the quarter ended.  Princeton responded with a 16-2 run to start the fourth stanza undoing all of West's good work in the previous quarter.  Poor shooting was the Firebirds ultimate undoing as they shot a dismal 28% (13 of 47) from the field and 33% (5 of 15) from the free throw line.  West actually put up 5 more shots than the Vikings.  Princeton made an exceptional 17 of 19 from the charity stripe while the Firebirds were struggling at the line.  Nobody on the West team reached  double figures, the leading scorer being Malachi Hughes with 7 points.

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1/6 Colerain W 54-40 4-5 2-3

Lakota West never trailed leading by 7 at the half and stretching the lead to 10 after three quarters.  Firebird double figure scorers were Malachi Hughes (12) and Frank Schmitt (10).  The improbable leading rebounders for West were guards Frank Schmitt (5' 8") and Will Nguyen (5' 10") who darted in among the tall timber to claim 5 rebounds each.   Schmitt capped off the evening with his first career shot block.  Keegan Fish playing with reckless abandon was credited with a game high 4 steals to go with 9 points.  This win was a true team effort with the Firebirds getting 20 points off the bench compared to the Cardinals 0.   A large crowd was on hand to savor the Firebird win and to welcome back the 2007 State D-1 state champion baseball team as they were honored at the intermission.   The 2007 baseball team had gathered for a reception earlier in the evening which was hosted by the Lakota Athletic Boosters in celebration the 10th anniversary year of their memorable achievement.

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1/10 at Middletown
L 42-53 4-6 2-4

The much taller Middies, with a starting five average height of over 6' 4" , employed a winning strategy of shooting over the Firebird perimeter defenders or getting the ball inside for thunderous dunks.  Middletown made 6 of 9 from long range (66.7%) and 11 of 17 (64.7%) from inside the arc, with at least five coming via dunks.  The Firebirds stayed in the game with scrappy play, out rebounding the Middies 23 to 19, and by leading in the steals department 6 to 3.  West kept attacking the rim and were thwarted by 9 Middletown shot blocks.  In the second half West  was more successful coming over the top by making 6 of 12 three point field goals and had the Middletown lead down to 9 with over two minutes remaining.  Will Nguyen was 4 for 5 from beyond the arc and a perfect 4 for 4 after the intermission. Nguyen finished as the teams scoring leader with12 points.  Payton Porterfield worked the painted area for 10 points.   Six footer Connor Howard , surrounded by a bevy of 6' 5" plus players, was the leading rebounder in the game with 6 hard earned caroms. 

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1/13 at Oak Hills L 29-59 4-7 2-5

It was an evening of frustration for the Firebirds, both at the foul line and beyond the three point arc.  West hit 0-4 from the charity stripe compared to Oak Hill's making 15-21 accounting for a 15 point shortfall.  Beyond the three point arc West could only knock down 3 of 13 while the Highlanders connected on 8 of 12.  That's another plus 15 for the home team, ergo a 30 point Oak Hills victory.  Oak Hills was able to parlay 3 less field goal attempts than the Firebirds  (35 vs. 38) into 30 more points.  Frank Schmitt accounted for approximately half of the Firebird's offensive output with 10 points scored and  by assisting on 2 more baskets.

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1/17 Saint Xavier L 37-54 4-8 2-5 The high scorer in tonights game with 17 points was West's Sebastian Weiland, a sophomore playing in his first varsity game.   Weiland was 6 of 9 from the field with 5 of 8 coming from behind the 3pt. arc.  Only seven other players could put their names in the scoring column with none having more than 6 points.  Twenty-four of West's points (65%) were contributed by the bench.  Through the first 12 games this season eight different players have been team scoring leaders but the team hasn't been able to find one or two consistent go-to guys capable of scoring night in and night out.  Will Nguyen was credited with a team leading 4 assists.  The much bigger Bomber team (6'5, 6'6", & 6'9", starting front line) was able to out rebound the Firebirds 31-17, translating the rebounding edge into an 8 point advantage in second chance points.  They also bested West with only 8 turnovers to the home teams 12 resulting in a 7 point advantage for St. Xavier in points off of turnovers. Stats
1/20 Lakota East L 26-52 4-9 2-6 The Firebirds are suffering a protracted shooting slump.  They shot only 21.4 % from the field, 18.2% from beyond the arc, and 54.5% from the free throw line.  That, contrasted to 42.9%, 44.4%, and 92.3% for the Thunderhawks, is the recipe for defeat.   West came out of the first half with only a single digit deficit (14-23) but an East 3 to17 scoring advantage in the third stanza put the game out of reach.  The leading scorer for the Firebirds was Frank Schmitt with 8 points.  Thirteen different players saw action but none of the several combinations tried could stem the tide. Stats
1/24 at Sycamore L 34-37 4-10 2-7 The Firebird defense held the Aves to a scant 19 points until a minute into the 4th quarter. At that point West had the maximum lead of the game, plus eight ( 27-19).  .  Having been held to 19 points in the first 25 minutes the Aves then proceeded to score 18 points in the last 7 minutes.  The score was knotted at 33-33 with 2:48 remaining.  All further scoring came at the free throw line.  The Aviators made 4 of 6 from the charity stripe while the Firebirds were cashing in on only 1 of 4 while the clock wound down. Bash Wieland led the team in scoring with 9 points followed closely by Cameron Anzer with 8.  Anzer was the leading rebounder in the game with 8 boards even though he was limited to 18 minutes of playing time due to foul trouble.  Frank Schmitt had a game high 3 steals.  Stats
1/27 Hamilton L 41-44 4-11 2-8

Most of the first half was a back and forth dog fight with 12 lead changes.  Following the 12th lead change the Firebirds edged out to a 6 point advantage (25-19) by the games halfway point.  Nineteen seconds into the second half Cameron Anzer made a three point field goal to give West a 9 point lead (28-19), the maximum lead of the game.  Following the Anzer trey, the Firebirds could not prey the lid off the basket as the Big Blue went on a 17-0 scoring run.  With West stuck on 28 for over 10 minutes Hamilton had jumped from 9 down to 8 ahead.  Even though the momentum had shifted the Firebirds clawed back to within 3 points (35-38) and had the ball and the chance to tie with 1:36 still showing on the clock.  In the time remaining West missed 3 of 4 free throws killing any chances of regaining the lead.  The Firebirds dismal free throw shooting continues as they could only make 5 of 11 (45.5%) for the game.  Cameron Anzer led the home team in both points (11) and rebounds (4).

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1/31 Fairfield L 40-50 4-12 2-9

The Indians forged a 13 point advantage at the free throw line by making 16 freebies (16 of 21) while the Firebirds were scratching to make 3 (3 of 6).  Both teams were troubled  by turnovers, 21 for Fairfield and 24  for West, but the Firebird miscues resulted in 25 Indian points scored while the Fairfield losses only cost the Indians 9 points.   This saddled the home team with a 16 point disadvantage that could not be overcome.  Cameron Anzer was the only Firebird to score in double figures with a final tally of 12.  Freshman Jared McCorkle scored 9 points.  He also grabbed 4 rebounds to tie Anzer for team leadership and 3 steals to match Frank Schmitt.

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2/3 at Colerain W

54-51

5-12 3-9

After suffering a 10 point deficit early, the Firebirds, behind the sharp shooting of Frank Schmitt, were finally able to put this game in the "All's well that end's well category.".  Schmitt scored  24 points by making a remarkable 9 of 10 field goal attempts, including 2 of 2 from behind the three point arc. To that he added a flawless 4 for 4 at the foul line.  A Schmitt trey followed by a two point field goal propelled the Firebirds from 4 down to 1 ahead in the first 20 seconds of the final quarter.  He scored 9 of his 24 points and assisted on a Cameron Anzer trey in the critical fourth stanza. Freshman David Jones made his varsity debut by scoring 6 points, with 2 coming in the pivotal final quarter.  Jones, Anzer, and Bash Wieland shared the team rebounding lead capturing 4 boards each.  Wieland also scored 9 points which included the free throw that ended the scoring and left West up by 3 points with 17 seconds remaining.

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2/7 Princeton L 37-74 5-13 3-10

Princeton began the first quarter as though they might never miss a shot again.  They did finally miss but still managed to make 11 of 13 field goal attempts (84.6%) and led by 16 (23-7) as the quarter ended.   By games end the hot shooting Vikes had cooled somewhat but were still at 60.8 % overall and had made 8 of 16 from beyond the arc.  The Firebird stat leader was Bash Weiland with 13 points and 5 rebounds.  The team assist leaders were Frank Schmitt and Spencer Farthing, each with 3.

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2/10 at Mason

L 40-68 5-14 3-11

West was no match for a Mason team playing before their large and enthusiastic home crowd in desperate pursuit of Oak Hills for this years GMC crown.  The Comets jumped out to a 12 point first quarter lead and continued to add to that lead until mid way through the final quarter (29-63).  Frank Schmitt scored a team leading13 points for the Firebirds.  Cameron Anzer,  was the Lakota West rebounding leader and game co-leader with 6 rebounds.

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2/11 Moeller L 38-60 5-15 3-11 The Firebirds came out fired up for their encounter with Ohio's #1 ranked team, the unbeaten Moeller Crusaders.  They battled through a three lead change, three tie first quarter to an 8-8 deadlock.  Moeller then made the necessary adjustments befitting a team of their stature, sprinted away to a 26-11 halftime lead, and were never again seriously challenged as they improved their season's record to 21-0.  Frank Schmitt was the only Firebird who could find a way to consistently crack the Crusader defense.   Schmitt darted inside to score on four layups (4 for 7) and alternatively shot a perfect 3 for 3 from outside the arc to total a game leading 17 points.  Spencer Farthing, standing 6'2", battled shift changes of Moeller front line players ranging between 6'4" and 6'8" to claim a game high 5 rebounds. Stats
2/14 at Fairfield W 56-55 6-15 4-11

This game was a forty minute battle of wills that saw 13 ties and 16 lead changes before it was settled.  With two minutes remaining Frank Schmitt, West's leading scorer from last week, scored his first basket of the game to tie the score at 40-40 before both teams stalled on that score.  With 8 seconds remaining in regulation a Fairfield senior went to the free throw line with a chance to win the Indian's senior night game and missed.  The same senior made two free throws to open the first overtime period but that proved to be too late. Fairfield's senior night turned into Lakota West's senior night as Cameron Anzer and Frank Schmitt took charge of the game.  Anzer hit a trey and two free throws to account for all of West's first OT scoring but former Firebird Devonte Ross hit a long three to tie the score at 45-45 with 12 seconds remaining sending the game into a second OT.  Fairfield opened the scoring in the second OT period with a Ross two point field goal but it was soon matched by a Schmitt field goal.  Anzer finally put the Firebirds ahead to stay by making a trey and a finger roll driving layup to set the score at 54-53.  Schmitt added two insurance free throws with 24 seconds to go and they proved to be needed as the Indians scored a putback goal at the final horn.   Anzer was the leading scorer in the game with 22 points, 10 in overtime.  Anzer hit on 8 of 10 from the field including all four of his three point attempts and added two for two at the charity stripe.  Spencer Farthing chipped in with a personal best game of 12 points.  Schmitt added 8 points all coming in the game's last 10 minutes and was the games assist leader with 5.  Bash Wieland led the Firebirds in rebounding with 7 and also added 7 points.  The West starters, Will Nguyen, Schmitt, Farthing, Weiland, and Anzer all logged over 32 minutes on the court.

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2/17 Middletown
W 41-38 7-15 5-11 Sometimes less turns out to be more.  Back in January the Firebirds scored 42 at Middletown and lost by eleven.  Now it's February, they scored 41 and won by three.  The West offense was conducted like a medieval siege where stones are patiently lobbed over the castle wall  until the victory is won.  Twenty three shots were launched from beyond the three point arc by five different Firebird players and eleven shots found the mark. Although West led most of the game a late Middie surge put the Firebirds behind by two (36-38) less than two minutes on the clock.  At that point Cameron Anzer made a lead restoring three pointer, the 11th and final Firebird three of the game.  The Middies were forced to make an intentional foul to stop the clock with 11 seconds remaining.  At that point Frank Schmitt added two insurance free throws,  the only two free throws the Firebirds shot in this game.   Anzer led all scorers with 17 points, 15 of which resulted from making 5 of 10 from long range.  Bash Wieland hit on 3 of 6 from afar and scored 11 total for the evening.  Frank Schmitt added two treys and Will Nguyen another.  Schmitt also led the team with 4 assists and played a complete 32 minute game.  The senior night starters were Conner Howard, Will Nguyen, Frank Schmitt, Cameron Anzer, and Malachi Hughes.  Malachi led the team in rebounding with 4 boards.    Stats
85th Ohio (OHSAA) State Tournament
199 Division 1 Teams Competing

2/25

St. Xavier
at Hamilton

L 40-51 7-16

Since the last meeting with St. X over a month ago West improved by 6 points. Unfortunately they needed to improve by 12 more to extend the season.  Frank Schmitt and Bash Wieland contributed 14 points each but the other nine guys wearing Firebird uniforms could only come up with an additional 12.  Despite having only six points at the half West only trailed by just ten (6-16).  The Firebird scoring output improved to a respectable 34 in the second half but the Bombers were able to see the Firebird's output and raise it by one.  Wieland and Cameron Anzer worked the boards for team leading totals of 6 rebounds each.  Although considerably outsized by St. X the Firebirds did win the rebounding battle by taking down one more caroom.  West put up 9 more shots than St. Xavier but were once again doomed by poor shooting both from the field (13/49=25.5%) and the foul line (12/22=54.5%).

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Girls Basketball

Date

Opponent

W/L

Score

Overall
Record

GMC
Record

Game Summary

Stats

11/26 Columbus North
W

58-43

1-0 0-0

"Journey To The Tourney" event sponsored by Ohio Gils Basketball Report (OGBR) at Lakota West High School. The Firebirds opened the season in this event against Columbus North. The Bulldogs came into the game with a ranking of #22 in the nation in the USA Today High School Sports Poll.  The game was tied 20-20 at the mid point but the Firebirds steadily pulled away in the second half to forge a decisive 15 point win.  Nine Firebirds contributed to the scoring led by Sarah Jones with 17 and Abby Prohaska with 12.  Prohaska also led the team in rebounding with 12, assists with 7, and was co-leader in steals with 4.  Sarah Jones and Madysin Oxley each added 4 steals.

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11/27 Kettering
Fairmont
W

56-35

2-0 0-0

The Firebirds posted their second win in the "Journey To The Tourney" by routing the neighboring Firebirds from Fairmont.  West held a double digit lead after the first quarter (17-7) and continued to add to that lead until early in the final stanza when they held their maximum lead of 31 points (54-23).   All 12 players wearing a West uniform contributed to the win with ten making it into the scoring column.  Madisyn Oxley led the home team in scoring with 12. Abby Prohaska had a team high 5 rebounds, while scoring in double figures with 10.  The swarming West defense caused Fairmont  to turn the ball over 32 times with 19 turnovers credited to West steals. Juliauna Howard, Madisyn Oxley, and Sarah Jones each contributed 4 steals.  Seven players were credited with assists with none having more than 2.

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11/30 at Oak Hills W 60-34 3-0 1-0

The Firebirds led from start to finish with no ties or lead changes.  They won all four quarters, sometimes by a little (16-15 in the second) and sometimes by a lot (13-2 in the fourth).  Oak Hills, playing in their opening game of the season, was  not prepared for the West pressure defense which enabled the Firebirds to build a 30 to 3 advantage in points off of turnovers.  Sarah Jones was the games leading scorer with a career personal best of 19 points. Her 7 rebounds were also a team best.  Abby Prohaska added 11 points and was the only other player to score in double figures.   Madisyn Oxley had a game high 6 steals to go with 9 points.  Six different Firebirds were credited with assists with Julianna Howard leading the way with 3.

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12/3 Mason
L

42-44

3-1 1-1

Lakota West led for 95% or more of the game but Mason led when the final horn sounded thus ending the Firebirds record 39 game in-conference win streak.  This GMC record streak began following a one point loss (54-55) at Mason back on January 11, 2014.  With the game tied (42-42) West had ball possession as the clock wound down but a costly Firebird turnover with 14 seconds remaining provided an opening for the Comets which they darted through for the winning basket. Bryana Henderson led the Firebirds in scoring with 10 points by making 4 for 4 field goals including a pair of treys.  Freshman Nevaeh Dean battled the tall Comet frontline (6' average height for starting five) to capture a West team leading and game co-leading 11 rebounds.  In addition to 11 boards Dean was the teams second leading scorer with 7.  Sarah Jones had a team high 3 assists and shared steals leadership, also at 3, with Henderson.

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12/7

at Hamilton

W 75-40 4-1 2-1 Hamilton forced three early lead changes before West turned on the afterburners and  shot out  to a 21-8 first quarter lead.  Abby Prohaska was a do it all player, with team leading totals of 14 points, 8 rebounds, 7 assists, 6 steals, and a shot block.  Nevaeh Dean matched Prohaska's 8 rebounds, and the shot block while adding 10 points of her own.  Twelve Firebirds logged time on the court with all twelve recording rebounds and eleven of the twelve scoring.  West held a 22 point (30-8) advantage in points off the bench topped by Julianna Howard and Angelia Jackson, each with ten.  The Firebirds dominated the glass pulling down 48 rebounds to Hamilton's 23. Stats
12/10 at Princeton W 75-35 5-1 3-1

Once again the Firebirds applied the winning formula of up tempo pressure basketball to produce their largest winning margin of the season.   Twelve players saw action in the game with West holding a 37-4 advantage in points off the bench. Madisyn Oxley came off the bench to score a team leading and personal best 19 points.  Abby Prohaska matched Oxley's 19 points and picked off a game high 5 steals.  Nevaeh Dean and Christine Laritz  shared game rebounding leadership honors with 7 carooms each.  The Firebirds cashed in on an exceptional 23 of 27 (85.2%) from the free throw line paced by Prohaska's 9 for 10.

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12/14 at Lakota East
W 68-12 6-1 4-1 As the old saying goes, "If it had been a fight they would have stopped it."  Twenty seconds into the game Abby Prohaska opened the scoring with a steal and a layup.  Twelve minutes later with West leading 27-0 the Thunderhawks were still looking for their first point which they finally coaxed in with a made free throw.  Ten Firebird players had seen action when the first half ended with West leading 33 to1.  Prohaska led all scorers with 18 gathered at  approximately a point a minute pace.  Jasmine Ballew came off the bench to score at over a point a minute pace by getting 11 points in 9 minutes. Nevaeh Dean and Prohaska shared rebounding leadership with 5  each with Dean also adding two shot blocks.  Other team leaders were Julianna Howard with 4 assists and Bryana Henderson with 3 steals.  Eleven West players contributed to the win with ten putting numbers in the scoring column.  Stats
12/17 Colerain W 70-20 7-1 5-1

The outcome was never in doubt. Ten Firebirds played and ten Firebirds scored.  Sarah Jones led all scorers with 13 points trailed closely by Madisyn Oxley with 11. Abby Prohaska dished out 7 assists and collected 4 steals, both game highs. Nevaeh Dean was the leading rebounder in the contest with 9.  The Cardinals only picked up 12 rebounds total compared to the Firebirds 38.  Twenty Lakota West rebounds were off the offensive glass helping West to a twenty-two point advantage (22-0) in scoring second chance points.

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12/28 Toledo Start
W

43-23

8-1 5-1

10th Annual Kemba Classic Holiday Hoops Event-- The Firebirds added a 65th name to their all-time victim list consisting of the names of all the schools they have ever beaten.  This win avenges the 2009 loss to Toledo Start in a state tournament final four game, their only previous meeting.  After an exceedingly slow start by both teams West came out of the first quarter with a one point advantage (5-4).  For the next two quarters West was clearly in charge as they handed the Spartans their first loss of the season dropping their record 6-1.  Start came into this event ranked in the top 16 of the latest Ohio D-1 poll.  Abby Prohaska did a little bit of everything scoring a game high 9 points, and a game high 10 rebounds.  Madisyn contributed 8 points.

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12/29 Kettering Alter
W

42-38

9-1 5-1

10th Annual Kemba Classic Holiday Hoops Event-- Another night at the Classic and another name added to the Firebird victim list.  Alter becomes the 66th school to make this list with tonight's win atoning for a loss to the Knights in the 2014-15 Kemba Classic.  Alter entered the game as the #1 Ranked Division 2 team in Ohio.  It was just the second loss this year and the fourth in three seasons for the two time defending state D-2 champions.  There where 5 ties and 2 lead changes in a game that wasn't decided until the final minute.  West was ahead by only 2 points but had ball possession with 44 seconds remaining.  Alter intentionally fouled Abby Prohaska who made both ends of a one and one to raise the Firebird lead to 4 (42-38).  A tenacious Firebird defense  thwarted all of the Knights  scoring attempts in the wanning seconds.  Prohaska was the Firebird scoring leader with 12.  She completed the double-double by pulling down a game leading 15 rebounds, was the game leader with 5 assists, and also the game leader with 5 steals.  Madisyn Oxley added 10 points to the Firebird total. Ten Lakota West players saw game action in the win.

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1/4 at Middletown

W 73-34 10-1 6-1

Historically this was the 31st meeting between the Firebirds and the Middies and it turned out pretty much like the first 30 meetings.  West's largest lead was by 47 early in the fourth stanza.  The novelty of this game was that it was played on the Jerry Lucas court in the historic Wade Miller gymnasium now in the last year of it's existence.  Three Firebirds scored in double figures; Abby Prohaska (17 pts.), Sarah Jones (13 pts.) and Jasmine Ballew (11 pts.).  Abby Prohaska had another highly productive game leading the Firebirds by registering team highs in rebounds (8), assists (7), steals (6), and shot blocks (2). 

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1/7 Fairfield W

68-28

11-1 7-1

Fairfield began this game with a 7-3 overall record and standing at 3rd place in the GMC right behind Lakota West in 2nd.  They left the Mainstreet Arena with a much fuller appreciation of the distance between 2nd and 3rd place in the league.  The Firebirds jumped out to a double digit lead (23-10) before the first quarter ended and continued building on that lead as the game progressed.  Abby Prohaska led all scorers with 15, closely followed by Jasmine Ballew with 13, and Sarah Jones with 12.  Prohaska was also the team leader with 4 assists.  Ballew was the high rebounder of the game taking down 6 boards.  Sarah Jones was the leader of the ball hawking defense with 6 steals.  Alexandra Haar just missed being the Firebird's fourth double figure scorer getting 9 points while dishing out 4 assists to share team leadership in that department.  Haar shot a flawless 4 for 4 from the field including one from beyond the 3 point arc.  Christine Laritz contributed a game high 2 shot blocks, added 2 steals and an assist, while scoring 4.  West's 3-point field goal percentage was an outstanding 58.3% (7 of 12). Abby Prohaska connected on 3/4 followed by Jasmine Ballew with 2/2, Alexandra Haar with 1/1, and Madisyn Oxley at 1/3.  By contrast the Indians came up empty handed from behind the arc (0-7).  Twenty-nine points of the Firebird advantage was attributed to points off of turnovers (32-3). 

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1/11 at Sycamore
W 81-36 12-1 8-1

The Lakota West girls basketball machine went out for a pre-Classic In the Country test run at Sycamore and was found to be hitting on all cylinders.  Five players scored in double figures led by Sarah Jones with 13, followed in order by Bryana Henderson (12), Christine Laritz (12), Abby Prohaska (11) and Madisyn Oxley (10).  Prohaska completed another double-double by pairing a team leading 10 rebounds with her 11 points scored.  Filling out her stat line she also had game high totals of 5 assists, and shared the steals lead with Jones, each with 3.  Nevaeh Dean had a game high and personal best 4 shot blocks and finished among the stat leaders with 9 points and 8 rebounds. 

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1/15 St. Rose, N.J.
at Berlin, Ohio
W

48-43

13-1 8-1

Classic In The Country, Martin Luther King Holiday Event.  West added a 67th name to the all time Firebird victim list, St. Rose high school from Belmar, New Jersey.  St. Rose, a perenial New Jersey and national powerhouse, entered this contest with a 9-1 record. They had averaged 39.1 ppg more than their opponents and their only loss had been by 2 points.  With 1:53 remaining in the game Allie Haar  made a free throw to put West ahead to stay (44-43) following 11 lead changes and 8 ties. In the minute following her go ahead free throw Haar added an offensive rebound and another field goal to push the Firebird's advantage to three (46-43).  Jasmine Ballew made both ends of a one and one free throw situation with 19 seconds remaining to complete the scoring.  These Ballew freebies raised her scoring total to ll points.  She was also credited wtih a team leading 9 rebounds.  Abby Prohaska and Nevaeh Dean shared team high scoring honors with a dozen points each.  This total was a new varsity career best for the freshman Dean.  Prohaska also dished out a team leading 6 assists.  One of the main keys to this win was points off the bench, a stat where the Firebirds held a 14-6 advantage.  St. Rose played the game with a six player rotation and with three of their starting five logging a full 32 minutes.  The Firebirds used 10 different players with all playing under 30 minutes.

Stats
1/16 Solon
at Berlin, Ohio
L

66-54

13-2 8-1

Classic In The Country, Martin Luther King Holiday Event.  The Firebirds started the game with 9-0 run and at that point it looked as If West might be able to duplicate the 22 point win that they administered to Solon at the 2015 Classic In The Country.  The Comets were able to right the ship this time however and  surged back to take a  22-23 just three minutes into the second quarter.  At the games midpoint their advantage was up to four points (32-36) and the Firebirds were unable to recover.  Madisyn Oxley was the leading scorer for West with 15, followed by Abby Prohaska with 12, and Jasmine Ballew at 11.  Prohaska captured a game high 12 rebounds to complete her fourth double-double of the current season.  She also shared team assist leadership with Oxley, each with 4.  For the second afternoon in a row the Firebirds displayed their depth with the West bench taking over for the fatigued starters and keeping the Firebirds in the game by by forging a 19-1 scoring advantage over Solon's bench. 

Stats
1/21 Lakota East
W 61-18 14-2 9-1 The second meeting in this years East/West series was, to the Thunderhawks chagrin, a near repeat of the first encounter back in December.  The Hawks were only able to increase their first half offensive output from one point to two.  Twenty-eight points of the Firebirds offensive production came from their bench compared to two for East.  Ally Haar came off the bench to record a game high and personal best 12 points.  Jasmine Ballew, also coming off the bench added 10 points. Other bench players adding to the Firebird total were: Christine Laritz (3), Jaydis Gale (2), and Emma Haynes (1).  The team starters provided leadership in the other stat columns; Nevaeh Dean (10 rebounds), Sarah Jones (7 steals), Abby Prohaska (4 assists), and Madisyn Oxley (3 shot blocks).  Prohaska also chipped in with 11 points.  Starter Bryana Henderson, used sparingly because of nagging injuries, scored 8 points in under 8 minutes in the first half.  The flustered Thunderhawks committed 43 turnovers, 30 coming before the intermission.  The final West advantage in the Points off Turnovers stat was 42 to 6. Stats
1/25 Hamilton W 85-36 15-2 10-1 With one starter home recovering from illness, and another on the bench in street cloth's recuperating from injuries the question was would the Firebird attack be slowed.  After they raced out to a 21-6 first quarter lead the answer to that question  was a resounding no.  Ally Haar, getting her first starting call was the games high scorer with 18.  Jasmine Ballew filling in for another absent starter shared team assist honors with 4 and scored 10 points herself.  The Firebirds posted their highest single game scoring output of the season (85).  Six players scored in double figures.  Haar and Ballew were joined by Sarah Jones (14 points), Madisyn Oxley (11 points), and Christine Laritz (10 points).  Laritz was the games leading rebounder with 7 boards.  Sarah Jones had a game high 5 steals, and Nevaeh Dean had a game high 3 shot blocks.  Twenty-six of the Firebirds 33 field goals were assisted with 9 different players contributing to that total. Julianna Howard, Jasmine Ballew, and Nevaeh Dean chipped in with 4 assists each. Stats
1/28

at Mason

W

64-61

16-2 11-1

Mason moved this game from the girls gym into their big arena due to fan interest in this meeting between two of the premier teams in the state of Ohio.  An estimated crowd of 1,500 watched these two girls basketball heavy weights clash.  Spurred on by the large and raucous Mason Black Hole student cheering section the Comets won the opening tap and scored a basket just 7 seconds into the game.  In less than 5 minutes Mason had sprinted out to a 9 point lead.  The Firebirds absorbed the early punches and got the deficit down to 6 points as the first quarter ended.  Still the Comets took what proved to be the largest lead of the game, eleven (11-22), two minutes into the second stanza but West bounced back again to be within 2 (28-30) at the intermission.  A Julianna Howard free throw put the Firebirds ahead to stay (42-41) with 2:10 remaining in the third quarter.  West entered the final stanza leading 45-41 and with under a minute remaining had nudged their lead up to 7 points (60-53).  With 13 seconds to go a Ballew trey gave West a six point lead (64-58) bringing the Firebird faithful to their feet and quieting the Black hole.  A Comet desperation trey to end the game set the final score at 64-61.  Sarah Jones kept West in the game in the early going by collecting 14 first half points.  Jones finished the game was a team high of 19 points.  This plucky 5' 6"  guard claimed a team high of 6 rebounds while sharing the court with as many as five six footers much of the time.  Jasmine Ballew made 3 of 4 three point field goal attempts, including the late trey that sealed the victory. That shot raised her scoring total to 13 for the game.  Abby Prohaska led the offense with 4 assists, and the defense with 5 steals.  She also contributed 8 points with 6 coming in the second half.  Freshman Nevaeh Dean performed like a veteran netting 10 points.  Veteran Madysn Oxley, playing the critical sixth man roll through out the game, came off the bench to provide 7 points with a last quarter trey and by making 4 consecutive pressure packed free throws in one and one situations during the last 42 seconds of the game.

Stats
2/1 Princeton

W

51-43

17-2 12-1

The Firebirds beat Princeton at Princeton by 40 points in December but it's a long way from December to February.  The much improved Vikes came to the Mainstreet Arena on a night when the Firebirds leading scorer, rebounder, etc.,  Abby Prohaska was recuperating from injury and made a game of it. To say Princeton got off to a fast start would be and understatement since they led 0-7 after the first 51 seconds and did not relinquish the lead until Madisyn Oxley made a three point field goal with 15 seconds remaining in the first quarter.  Princeton took a brief lead (18-19) midway through the second quarter and only trailed by a single possession (25-22) at the intermission.  Still, Princeton came back to tie the game at 37-37 early in the final stanza.  The Firebirds finally broke away when Bryana Henderson went on a personal scoring run by making 3 unassisted field goals in the course of two minutes to put West ahead by 6 (48-42).  For the final three minutes the Firebirds played keep away and shot free throws to hold Princeton at bay.  Madisyn Oxley was the high scorer of the game with 15 points.  Jasmine Ballew contributed 11 points followed by Henderson with 10.  Other team leaders were Nevaeh Dean with 9 rebounds and a shot block and Sarah Jones with 7 steals.  Lakota West's depth was a big factor in this win.  The Firebirds got 19 points off the bench (Henderson 10, Christine Laritz 7, and Juliauna Howard 2) while the Viking bench could only provide 2 points.

Stats
2/4 at Colerain

W

56-46

18-2 13-1

The Cardinals had forgotten that they had no chance and by the middle of the second quarter were leading by 12 (11-23).  At that point the Firebirds began the slow grind back and finally took the lead for good (32-31) after a Sarah Jones free throw midway through the third stanza.  Jones finished with 15 points to claim the games high scoring honors.  She also added a game high and personal career best 8 steals.  Nevaeh Dean scored 10 points and along with Jones and Jasmine Ballew shared game rebounding leadership with 9 rebounds each.  Dean frustrated the Cardinals with 3 shot blocks.  Madisyn Oxley and Emma Haynes each contributed four assists to the comeback effort. 

Stats
2/8 at Fairfield

W

59-22

19-2 14-1

Fairfield made three basket in the first three minutes of the game and added just two more in the final 29 minutes as the Firebird defense clamped on the brakes.  Both teams conducted a free throw shooting clinic.  The Indians made 10 of 11 and the Firebirds, not to be outdone made a flawless 13 of 13 topped by Juliauna Howard's 5 of 5.  Bryana Henderson scored a game high and personal best 16 points.  Sarah Jones doing a little bit of everything shared rebounding honors with Abby Prohoska at six each, and shared steals honors with Howard both with 3.  

Stats
2/11 Middletown

W

84-33

20-2 15-1

This game was preceded by the annual Senior Day Ceremonies.  To the delight of the crowd the five seniors started the game and began the scoring with a Rachel Armstrong field goal seconds after the opening tap.  The five seniors, Julianna Howard, Emma Haynes,  Rachel Armstrong, Christine Laritz, and Angelia Jackson started turning the game over to the youngsters mid way through the first quarter, already with a double digit lead.  Returning at regular intervals as the game progressed the five seniors scored 36 points which included Emma Haynes personal best of 11, and Angelia Jackson's team 14, also a personal best.  Nevaeh Dean tallied 13 points and had a team leading 6 rebounds.  Sarah Jones added 11 points to the winning total. The win clinched the Greater Miami Conference co-Championship. The Firebirds have owned the championship or a share of the championship for the last three seasons.

Stats
42nd Ohio (OHSAA) State Tournament
196 Division 1 Teams Competing
2/18

Western Hills
at Sycamore

W 84-21 21-2

As expected Western Hills was just no match for Lakota West and trailed 31-2 after the first quarter.  Twelve Firebirds played and twelve scored led by Sarah Jones with a personal best 22 points all accumulated in under 17 minutes.  Neveah Dean was the team leader in both rebounds (7) and shot blocks (2) while adding 11 points to the team scoring total.  Jones and Bryanna Henderson both had team highs of 4 assists with Henderson also credited with 4 steals.

Stats
2/21

Anderson
at Sycamore

W 49-21 22-2

The Firebirds raise their all-time record in the tournament round of 128 to 19-0 and their career record over Anderson to 3-0 with the two previous wins over Anderson also coming in past years in this round of the tournament. Sarah Jones was the leading scorer in the game with 12 followed closely by Jasmine Ballew at 11.  Juliauna Howard had game high totals of 5 steals and 4 assists. Howard was also among the rebounding leaders with 7 boards.  Nevaeh Dean was the teams rebounding leader with 8.

Stats
2/24

Kings
at Sycamore

W 62-36 23-2

At the half Sarah Jones was leading Kings 19-17.  Of course Sarah brought her friends with her so the official score at the intermission was Lakota West 44 / Kings 17.  Jones finished the evening with her first double-double (21 points & 15 rebounds) and for good measure contributed a game high 4 assists.  Other's scoring in double figures for the Firebirds were Neveah Dean (13) and Abby Prohaska (11).  Kings, baffled by Lakota West's defensive pressure, turned the ball over 27 times, 15 directly due to steals. Bryana Henderson led the Firebirds with 4 thefts.  Thirteen Firebirds played and all thirteen made positive contributions to the team stat line.

Stats
3/4

Beavercreek
at
Princeton

W 53-50 24-2

Beavercreek began the game with a 14 to 2 point run in the opening 7 minutes.  The Firebirds made two steals which  yielded 4 points in the last 30 seconds of the first stanza.  These two steals ignited a Lakota West 12-0, two minute run to erase the early deficit and tying the game 14-14.  The Beavers soon regained the lead and were still leading by 8 points with under 7 minutes left in the game.  The Firebirds once again erupted with a 10-0 run that took them from 8 down to 2 up (45-43) by the fourth quarter midpoint.  This was West's first lead (47-45).  Beavercreek went to the free throw line with just under 2 minutes on the clock and after making the first free throw was credited with a field goal when the rebound from the missed second free throw was wildly batted up in the air and came down in the basket.  Abby Prohoska responded in the blink of an eye with a quick basket, then a steal, and another basket to put the Firebirds ahead by one (51-50).  Beavercreek came up empty on two free throw attempts with 46 seconds remaining leaving themselves one point behind.  Sarah Jones made both free throws following  an intentional foul with 3 seconds left to end the scoring.  Jones led the team with 19 points and kept the Firebirds in the game by sinking three consecutive treys to end the first half.  Jones also spearheaded West's defense with a game high 3 steals.  Prohaska's  8 rebounds was tops for the game.

Stats
3/8

Mason
at Trent
Arena,
Kettering
Fairmont H.S.



L 43-44 24-3

Regional Semi-Final (rd. of 16) After 4 ties and six lead changes it came down to a final long Firebird desperation shot falling short as the final buzzer sounded leaving the Comets ahead by a single point. The Comets started the second half with a 3 point lead (18-21) and maintained the lead until the end of the game stretching it to 8 points near the end of the third period. The Firebirds scored five points in the last 12 seconds of the third quarter on Ally Haar and Jasmine Ballew two and three point field goals respectively to whittle the Comet lead back down to 3 (29-32). The margin tightened further when an Abby Prohaska driving layup with 16 seconds left set what proved to be the final score at 43-44. A scrambling Firebird defense forced two Mason turnovers in the waning seconds but West could not convert either opportunity into points. Abby Prohoska was the high scorer of the game with 13 points followed by Jasmine Ballew with 10. Madisyn Oxley, one of the shortest players on the court at 5' 6" was the leading rebounder for the Firebirds and the co-leading rebounder in the game with 10 hard won boards. Oxley also led the team in steals with 3. Lakota West scored 15 points more than the Comets from the field but that was undone at the free throw line where Mason made 18 of 32 to Lakota West's 2 out of 3.

Stats


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Chess

Date

Opponent

W/L

Score

GMC
Record

West Results

11/1

at Princeton

W 3-2 1-0

Board 1-- Adam Hicks, Win… Board 2-- Javier Bahns, Loss… Board 3-- Michael Twardowski, Win… Board 4-- Drew Cogan, Loss… Board 5-- Kyle Fisher, Win

11/8

at Mason

L 0-5 1-1

Board 1-- Adam Hicks, Loss… Board 2-- John Rice, Loss… Board 3-- Michael Twardowski, Loss… Board 4-- Javier Bahns, Loss… Board 5-- Drew Cogan, Loss 

11/14

Hamilton

W 5-0 2-1

Board 1-- Adam Hicks, Win… Board 2-- John Rice, Win… Board 3-- Javier Bahns, Win… Board 4-- Michael Twardowski, Win… Board 5-- Kyle Fisher, Win

11/15

at Middletown

W 4-1 3-1

Board 1-- Adam Hicks, Win… Board 2-- Javier Bahns, Win… Board 3-- Michael Twardowski, Win… Board 4-- Drew Cogan, Loss… Board 5-- Kyle Fisher, Win

11/17

Oak Hills

W 5-0 4-1

Board 1-- Adam Hicks, Win… Board 2-- Javier Bahns, Win… Board 3-- Michel Twardowski, Win… Board 4-- Drew Cogan, Win… Board 5--Kyle Fisher, Win

11/22

at Fairfield

W 4.5-0.5 5-1

Board 1-- Adam Hicks, Draw… Board 2-- John Rice, Win… Board 3-- Javier Bahns, Win… Board 4-- Michael Twardowski, Win… Board 5-- Drew Cogan, Win

11/29

at Sycamore

L

1.5-3.5

5-2

Board 1-- Adam Hicks, Loss… Board 2-- John Rice, Loss… Board 3-- Michael Twardowski, Draw… Board 4-- Drew Cogan, Loss… Board 5-- Kyle Fisher, Win

12/1

Lakota East

W 3-2 6-2

Board 1-- Adam Hicks, Loss… Board 2-- John Rice, Win… Board 3-- Javier Bahns, Win… Board 4-- Michael Twardowski, Win… Board 5-- Drew Cogan, Loss

Round Robin Matches 
at Sycamore

12/6

Fairfield

W

3.5-1.5

7-2

Board 1-- Adam Hicks, Win… Board 2-- John Rice, Loss… Board 3-- Javier Bahns, Win… Board 4-- Michael Twardowski, Draw… Board 5-- Kyle Fisher, Win

12/6 Hamilton W

3-2

8-2

Board 1-- Adam Hicks, Loss… Board 2-- John Rice, Win… Board 3-- Javier Bahns, Win… Board 4-- Michael Twardowski, Win… Board 5-- Kyle Fisher, Loss

12/6

East

W

3.5-1.5

9-2

Board 1-- Adam Hicks, Draw… Board 2-- John Rice, Loss… Board 3-- Javier Bahns, Win… Board 4-- Michael Twardowski, Win… Board 5-- Kyle Fisher, Win

12/6

Mason

L

0-5

9-3

Board 1-- Adam Hicks, Loss… Board 2-- John Rice, Loss… Board 3-- Javier Bahns, Loss… Board 4-- Michael Twardowski, Loss… Board 5-- Kyle Fisher, Loss

12/6

Middletown

W 5-0 10-3

Board 1-- Adam Hicks, Win… Board 2-- John Rice, Win… Board 3-- Javier Bahns, Win… Board 4-- Michael Twardowski, Win… Board 5-- Kyle Fisher, Win

12/6

Oak Hills

W

4.5-0.5

11-3

Board 1-- Adam Hicks, Draw… Board 2-- John Rice, Win… Board 3-- Javier Bahns, Win… Board 4-- Michael Twardowski, Win… Board 5-- Kyle Fisher, Win

12/6

Princeton

W

4.5-0.5

12-3

Board 1-- Adam Hicks, Win… Board 2-- John Rice, Draw… Board 3-- Javier Bahns, Win… Board 4-- Michael Twardowski, Win… Board 5-- Kyle Fisher, Win

12/6

Sycamore

L

1.5-3.5

12-4

Board 1-- Adam Hicks, Loss… Board 2-- John Rice, Draw… Board 3-- Javier Bahns, Win… Board 4-- Michael Twardowski, Loss… Board 5-- Kyle Fisher, Loss
West finishes the season third in the GMC standings. 


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Academic Quiz

Date

Opponent

W/L

Score

GMC/Overall
Record

West Participants


12/7

at Sycamore

L 63-75 0-1 Jacob Moore, Vikram Anand, Jack Fogle, Kasi Woods, Jordyn Hunter, Riley Downs, Hoa Pham, Steven Sweeney
12/7

at Sycamore

W 66-64 1-1 Jacob Moore, Vikram Anand, Jack Fogle, Kasi Woods, Jordyn Hunter, Riley Downs, Hoa Pham, Steven Sweeney
1/4

at Oak Hills

W 66-60 2-1 Jacob Moore, Vikram Anand, Kasi Woods, Jack Fogel, Jordyn Hunter, Riley Downs, Hoa Pham, Steven Sweeney
1/4

at Oak Hills

L 52-72 2-2 Jacob Moore, Vikram Anand, Kasi Woods, Jack Fogel, Jordyn Hunter, Riley Downs, Hoa Pham, Steven Sweeney
1/9

Colerain

W

46-36

3-2

Jacob Moore, Vikram Anand, Kasi Woods, Jack Fogel, Jordyn Hunter, Steven Sweeney

1/9

Colerain

L

44-45

3-3

Jacob Moore, Vikram Anand, Kasi Woods, Jack Fogel, Jordyn Hunter, Steven Sweeney

1/11

at Lakota East

L 42-77 3-4

Jacob Moore, Kasi Woods, Riley Downs, Jack Fogel, Jordyn Hunter, Steven Sweeney

1/11

at Lakota East

L 48-71 3-5 Jacob Moore, Kasi Woods, Riley Downs, Jack Fogel, Jordyn Hunter, Steven Sweeney
1/18

Mason

W 66-65 4-5 Jacob Moore, Vikram Anand, Jack Fogel Steven Sweeney, Jordyn Hunter, Kasi Woods, Hoa Pham
1/18

Mason

L 56-69 4-6 Jacob Moore, Vikram Anand, Jack Fogel, Steven Sweeney, Jordyn Hunter, Kasi Woods, Hoa Pham, Riley Downs
1/23

at Hamilton

W

57-55

5-6

Vikram Anand, Jacob Moore, Jack Fogle, Jordyn Hunter, Kasi Woods, Steven Sweeney, Hoa Pham

1/23

at Hamilton

L

52-54

5-7

Vikram Anand, Jacob Moore, Jack Fogle, Jordyn Hunter, Kasi Woods, Steven Sweeney, Hoa Pham

1/25

Fairfield

W

57-44

6-7

Jordyn Hunter, Jacob Moore, Vikram Anand, Jack Fogle, Kasi Woods, Steven Sweeney, Hoa Pham

1/25

Fairfield

W

69-55

7-7

Jordyn Hunter, Jacob Moore, Vikram Anand, Jack Fogle, Kasi Woods, Steven Sweeney, Hoa Pham

1/30

Princeton

W 64-63 8-7

Vikram Anand, Jacob Moore, Jack Fogle, Jordyn Hunter, Kasi Woods, Steven Sweeney, Hoa Pham

1/30

Princeton

W 71-65 9-7

Vikram Anand, Jacob Moore, Jack Fogle, Jordyn Hunter, Kasi Woods, Steven Sweeney, Hoa Pham

1/31

Middletown

W

62-39

10-7

Jacob Moore, Jack Fogle, Hoa Pham, Steven Sweeney, Cindy Zhang

1/31

Middletown

W

62-30

11-7

Jacob Moore, Jack Fogle, Hoa Pham, Steven Sweeney, Cindy Zhang, Tyler Muller, Doug Van Arsdale, Robert Wetzler
Lakota West finishes fourth in this years GMC standings.


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Gymnastics

Date

Event

Team Placings

All Around Individual Winner

 

West Highlights


12/11

at Alter

1. Lakota East  133.10
2. Beavercreek  126.40
3. West  118.40
4. Alter

Kiley Lovejoy
(Lakota East)
35.75

West High Scorers:
Vault-- Jordan Lauderback  8.00
Bars-- Courtney Powless 6.70 & Jordan Lauderback  6.70
Beam-- Jordan Lauderback 8.10, 5th
Floor-- Courtney Powless  8.45
AA-- Jordan Lauderback  30.40

1/7

Crosstown
Flip Out
at Oak Hills

14 Schools Competing
1. Centerville  134.8
2. …
9. West  119.4

Emma Kain
(Centerville)
35.60

West High Scorers:
Vault-- Jordan Lauderback  8.25, 15th
Bars-- Jordan Lauderback  7.40, 28th
Beam-- Courtney Powless  7.90, 22nd
Floor-- Courtney Powless  8.45, 21st

1/14

Forest Hills Flip Fest

1. Magnificat  144.80
2. Lakota East  133.00
3. Kilbourne  128.25
4, Turpin 127.60
5. West 119.70
6. Miami Trace  116.50

Julia Pompeani
(Rocky River Magnifcat)
36.50

West High Scorers:
Vault-- Jenna Lauderback  8.20, 14th
Bars-- Courtney Powless  7.70, 15th
Beam-- Jordan Lauderback  8.70, 7th
Floor-- Courtney Powless, 8.25, 18th
AA-- Courtney Powless,  31.85,  12th

1/16

Northmont Invitational

1. Versailles  137.40
2. Troy  135.05
3. Lakota East 132.15
4. Miamisburg  131.45
5. Centerville  128.95
6. Beavercreei  128.90
7.  Turpin  122.90
8. West  116.75
9. Northmont  76.85

Lizzy Deal
(Troy)
35.40

West High Scorers:
Vault-- Jordan Lauderback  8.00, 15th
Bars-- Cate Collett  7.00, 21st
Beam-- Jordan Lauderback  8.00, 17th
Floor-- Jordan Lauderback  855, 8th
AA-- Jordan Lauderback  31.05, 16th

2/4

Springfield
Catholic Central
Invitational

6 Schools Competing
1. Troy  135.25
2. Lakota East 131.45
3. Beavercreek  131.00
4. West  126.30
5. Northmont  score unavail.
6. Cath. Central  score unavail.

Kiley Lovejoy
(Lakota East)
34.45

West High Scorers:
Vault-- Courtney Powless  8.20, 8th
Bars-- Courtney Powless  8.15, 1st
Beam-- Jordan Lauderback 8.10, 1st
Floor-- Jo. Lauderback, C. Powless, C. Collett  8.40  
AA- Jordan Lauderback  33.34, 4th

2/10

Oak Hills Quad
at Oak Hills

1. Lakota East  134.50
2. Oak Hills  130.25
3. Anderson  125.90
4. West  123.05

Kiley Lovejoy
(Lakota East)
35.25

West High Scores: 
Vault-- Jordan Lauderback  8.45, 5th
Bars-- Courtney Powless  8:10, 6th
Beam--  Courtney Powless  8.20, 8th
Floor-- Jordan Lauderback  8.60, 6th
AA-- Courtney Powless  32.25, 6th

2/18

Cincinnati City Championsip Meet at Miamisburg

1. Lakota East  130.800
2. Oak Hills  127.125
3. Anderson  126.375
4. Turpin  124.550
5. West  122.375
6 Cinc. Country Day  116.075
7. Seven Hills  101.625
8. Roger Bacon  91.300

Casey Gettelman
(Anderson)
35.425

West High Scores:
Vault-- Jordan Lauderback  7.95, 14th
Bars-- Courtney Powless  7.95, 8th
Beam-- Courtney Powless  7.90, 13th
Floor-- Jordan Lauderback  8.55, 12th
AA-- Jordan Lauderback  31.75, 12th

41st Ohio (OHSAA) State Meet
98 Division 1 Teams Competing

2/25

Southwest Ohio
District Meet
at Lakota East

15 Teams Competing
1. Versailes  141.425
2. Miamisburg  136.475
-------------------------------------
-- others of interest --
5.  Lakota East  134.900
10. West  123.250

Top 2 teams advance to 
State meet

Jayden Barge
(Versailes)
36.675

West High Scores:
Vault-- Jordan Lauderback  7.900, 41st
Bars--  Jordan Lauderback  7.875, 22nd
Beam-- Jordan Lauderback  8.050, 39th
Floor-- Courtney Powless  8.200, 56th
AA-- C. Powless & J. Lauderback  31.675, 32nd/33rd

Top 6 individuals advance to State Meet


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Boys Swimming

Date

Event (D) Diving Included

Team Placings

Results/Highlights

Meet Details


11/29

at Princeton

1. West  40
2. Lakota East  30
3. Princeton  24

West Winners:
Matthew Saurine, 50 free (24.45)
Matthew Saurine, 100 back (1:07.86)
Jackson Ford, Matthew Saurine, Alex Kelker, Kaleb Sackenheim, 200 medley relay (1:54.42)
Matthew Saurine, Kaleb Sackenheim, Jackson Ford, Alex Kelker, 200 free relay (1:30.07)

Results
12/1

at Turpin

1. Turpin  132
2. West  82
3. Lakota East  78

West Winners:
Jackson Ford, 200 indiv. medley (2:19.26)
Matthew Saurine, 50 free (23.99)
Zachary Saurine, 500 free (5:33.53)
Matthew Saurine, Zachary Saurine, Kaleb Sackenheim, Jackson Ford, 200 free relay (1:36.82)

Results
12/7

St. Xavier Quad

1. St. Xavier Blue  206
2. St. Xavier White 136
3. Lakota East  82
4. West  74

West Winner:
Michael Lorenz, 100 back (54.50)

Results
12/17

Canton Christmas Invitational at Branin Natatorium

40 Shools Represented
Team scores were not computed

West Top 16 Placers:
4th-- Michael Lorenz, 100 free (54.79)
5th-- Griffin Manning, 100 breast (1:02.18)
7th-- Michael Lorenz, Griffin Manning, Jackson Ford, Matthew Saurine, 200 medley relay (1:44.47)
12th-- Griffin Manning, 200 indiv. medley (2:08.08)
14th-- Michael Lorenz, 100 free (50.92)

Results
12/20

LaSalle

T1. West  84
T1. LaSalle  84

West Winners:
Zach Saurine, 200 free (2:02.78)
Jackson Ford, 200 indiv. medley (2:14.31)
Matthew Saurine, 50 free (24.22)
Michael Lorenz, 100 fly (58.98)
Matthew Saurine, 100 free (54.18)
Jackson Ford, 500 free (6:03.65)
Michael Lorenz, 100 breast (1:12.65)
Michael Lorenz, Mathew Saurine, Kaleb Sackenheim, Zach Saurine, 200 free relay (1:39.10)

Results
12/30

at Oak Hills(D)

1. Oak Hills  64
2. West  34

West Winners:
Michael Lorenz, 500 free (5:11.35)
Michael Lorenz, Cole Davis, Jackson Ford, Kaleb Sackenheim, 200 medley relay (1:51.27)

Results
1/7

Princeton Invitational(D)

14 Schools Represented
1. Oak Hills  369
2. West  359
3. Lakota East  353
4. Elder  247
5. Butler  200.5
6. Princeton  171
7. …

West Top 4 Placers:
1st--  Michael Lorenz, 100 back (55.06)
1st--  Griffin Manning, 100 breast (1:02.83)
1st-- Michael Lorenz, Griffin Manning, Justin Hailey, Matt Saurine, 200 medley relay (1:43.34)
2nd-- Michael Lorenz, 200 free (1:51.13)
2nd-- Griffin Manning, 200 indiv. medley (2:06.31) 
2nd-- Kaleb Sackenheim, Zach Saurine, Justin Hailey, Jacob Ortwein, 200 free relay (1:38.13)
3rd-- Jackson Ford, Zach Saurine, Matt Saurine, Michael Lorenz, 400 free relay (3:30.22)
4th-- Jackson Ford, 200 indiv. medley (2:10.65)

Results
1/14 & 1/15

Southwest Ohio
Coaches Classic (D)

45 Schools Scoring
1. St. Xavier  980
2. Seven Hills  276
3. Bellbrook  251
4. …
T35. West  7

West Placers (Top 16):
15th-- Griffin Manning, 100 breast (1:01.07)
15th-- Michael Lorenz, 400 medley relay (3:48.07)
16th-- Michael Lorenz, 100 back (55.79)
25th-- Michael Lorenz, 400 ind. medley (4:35.64)
30th-- Jacob Ortwein, 400 ind. medley (4:44.80)

Results
1/21

Fairfield/Senior Recognition

1. West  191
2. Fairfield  38

West Winners:
Griffin Manning, 200 free (1:59.57)
Michael Lorenz, 200 indiv. medley (2:09.73)
Griffin Manning, 100 fly (1:00.58)
Zachary Saurine, 100 free (53.38)
Michael Lorenz, 100 back (56.93
Zachary Saurine, Cole Davis, Kaleb Sackenheim, Mathew Saurine, 200 medley relay (1:53.80)
Jackson Ford, Griffin Manning, Michael Lorenz, Andrew Stigler, 200 free relay (1:40.69)
Michael Lorenz, Griffin Manning, Jackson Ford, Zachary Saurine, 400 free relay (3:34.93)

Results
1/24

Lakota-Tri

1. Sycamore  116
2. Lakota East  56
3. West  51

West Winners:

No West Winners.
Zach Saurine was West's leading scorer with 12 points
including two individual second place finishes, 200 IM & 100 free.
(see results for details)

Results
1/27

Mason-Tri (D)

1. Mason  133
2. Lakota East  87
3. West  64

West Winners:

No West winners.
Michael Lorenz was West's leading scorer with 15 points
including two individual second place finishes, 200 free & 100 back.
(see results for details)

Results

2/4 &
2/5

Greater Miami Conference (GMC)
Championship meet
at Mason

1. Mason  593
2. Sycamore  468
3. Oak Hills  271
4. West  223
5. Lakota East  169
6. Princeton  136
7. Fairfield  74
8. Colerain  63
9. Middletown  56
10. Hamilton  18

West Top 4 Placers (All GMC 1st, 2nd, 3rd, & Honorable Mention)
2nd-- Griffin Manning, 100 breast (1:00.77)
3rd-- Michael Lorenz, 100 back (55.01)
4th-- Matt Saurine, Jackson Ford, Griffin Manning, Michael Lorenz, 200 free relay (1:34.57)
4th-- Zach Saurine, Jackson Ford, Griffin Manning, Michael Lorenz, 400 free relay (3:31.60)

Results
89th Ohio (OHSAA) State Tournament
136 Division 1 Teams Competing
2/7 &
2/10

Cininnati Sectional
at Keating Natatorium
(Diving at Miami U.)

1. St. Xavier  714
2. Walnut Hills 245
3. Oak Hills  233
4. West  202
5. Lakota East 198
6. Elder 123
7. LaSalle  114
8. Princeton  102
9. Fairfield  76
10. Winton Woods 74

District Qualifiers (SW Ohio district rank/Cincinnati Sectional place):
9th/5th-- Michael Lorenz, 100 back (54.86) 
10th/6th-- Griffin Manning, 100 breast (1:00.34) 
12th/4th-- M. Saurine, J. Ford, G. Manning, M. Lorenz, 200 free relay (1:32.55) 
13th/5th-- M. Saurine, J. Ford, G. Manning, M. Lorenz, 400 free relay (3:25.89)
13th/7th-- Jackson Ford, 200 ind. medley (2:03.99)
18th/6th--  Matthew Saurine, 50 free (22.95)
18th/8th-- Griffin Manning, 200 ind. medley (2:05.28)
22nd/6th-- Jackson Ford, 100 free (50.81)
23rd/5th-- Zach Saurine, 100 back (57.46)
23rd/8th-- Z. Saurine, C. Davis, J. Hailey, K. Sackenheim, 200 medley relay (1:48.87)
29th/7th-- Matthew Saurine, 100 free (50.99)

Results

2/18

Southwest Ohio
District Meet
at Miami U.


27 Teams Scoring
1. St. Xavier  603
2. Moeller  208
3. Mason  175
4. …
15. West 46

State Qualifiers  (State Rank/Southwest Ohio district place):
16th/5th-- Michael Lorenz, 100 back (52.39) *
17th/10th-- Griffin Manning, 100 breast (58.54) *

* = Lakota West School Record

Results

2/24 &
2/25

State
Branin Natatorium,
Canton, O.

53 Schools Scoring
1. St. Xavier  434
2. St. Ignatius  173
3. St. Charles Prep  171
4. …
47. West  4

State Placers (Top sixteen):
13th-- Griffin Manning, 100 breast (58.42)

Other notable Achievements:
-- Griffin Manning's 100 breast time of 57.82 in prelims set
a new Lakota West record.
-- Michael Lorenz had 19th best time in 100 back prelim.

Results


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Girls Swimming

Date

Event (D) Diving Included

Team Placings

Results/Highlights

Meet Details


11/29

at Princeton

1. Princeton  49
2. West  39
3. Lakota East 5

West Winners:
Molly Szucs, 200 individual medley (2:47.99)
Heyle Krugler, 100 free (1:00..25)
Ainslely Stone, 500 free (6:19.68)
Heyle Krugler, 100 breast (1:18.27)

Results
12/1

at Turpin (D) 

1. Turpin  169
2. West  90
3. Lakota East  37

West Winners:
Heyle Krugler, 200 indiv. medley (2:30.03)
Heyle Krugler, 500 free (5:47.92)

Results
12/7

Ursuline Acad. Quad


1. Ursuline Gold  153
2. Ursuline Green  145
3. West  120
4. Lakota East  90

West Winners:
Mackenzie Rice, 200 individual medley (2:18.16)
Grace Luebbe, 500 free (5:21.56)

Results

12/17

Canton Christmas
Invitational at
Branin Natatorium

40 Shools Represented
Team scores were not computed

West Top 16 Placers:
4th-- McKenzie Rice, 500 free (5:18.79)
5th-- McKenzie Rice, 200 free (2:01.05)
5th-- Mollie Fisher, 100 free (55.83)
6th-- Caroline Rice, 200 indiv. medley (2:20.79)
6th-- McKenzie Rice, Erica Morris, Grace Glosson, Lindsey Speed, 400 free relay (3:57.94)
7th-- Grace Luebbe, 500 free (5:24.38)
7th-- Holly Fisher, Madison Roberts, Lia Tinsley, Erica Morris, 200 free relay (1:47.30)
13th-- Caroline Rice, 100 breast (1:13.45)
16th-- Grace Glosson, 100 back (1:05.50)

Results
12/20

McAuley(D)

1. West  114
2. McAuley  56

West Winners:
Lindsey Speed, 200 free (2:09.34)
Madison Roberts, 100 fly (1:08.49)
Molly Fisher, 100 free (57.21)
Erica Morris, 500 free (5:40.82)
Grace Luebbe, 100 free (1:07.30)
Grace Luebbe, Caroline Rice, Grace Glossen, Lia Tinsley, 200 medley relay (2:03.20)
Erica Morris, Bridget Cramer, Molly Fisher, McKenzie Rice, 200 free relay (1:47.59)
Erica Morris, Bridget Cramer, Ainsley Stone, Camile Johnson, 400 free relay (3:57.47)

Results
12/30

at Oak Hills(D)

1. West  61
2. Oak Hills  41

West Winners:
Molly Fischer, 200 indiv. medley (2:23.82)
Heyle Krugler, 50 free (28.37)
Molly Fischer, 100 fly (1:04.19)
Heyle Krugler, 100 free (1:00.98)
Eleanora Fryer, 500 free (6:25.15)
Grace Glosson, Heyle Krugler, Molly Fischer, Lauren Hasselbeck, 200 medley relay (2:01.27)
Molly Fischer, Lauren Hasselbeck, Heyle Krugler, Camile Johnston, 200 free relay (1:52.00)
Grace Glosson, Ainsley Stone, Camile Johnston, Eleanor Fryer, 400 free relay (4:22.66)

Results
1/7

Princeton Invitational

14 Schools Represented
1. West  551
2. Lakota East  388.5
3. Loveland  272
4. Fairfield  193.5
5. Seton  183
6. Oak Hills  174
7. …

West Top 4 Placers:
1st--  Caroline Rice, 200 indiv. medley (2:19.28)
1st--  Molly Fischer, 100 free (2:19.28)
1st--  MacKenzie Rice, 500 free (5:10.06)
1st-- Bridgit Cramer, Lindsey Speed, Caroline Rice Grace Luebbe, 200 free relay (1:46.88)
1st-- Molly Fisher, McKenzie Rice, Erica Morris, Bridget Cramer, 400 free relay (3:48.57)
2nd-- Molly Fischer, 50 free (26.00) 
2nd-- Caroline Rice, 100 breast (1:12.51)  
2nd-- McKenzie Rice, Caroline Rice, Erica Morris, Molly Fisher, 200 medley relay (1:59.22)
3rd-- MacKenzie Rice, 200 free (1:12.51)
3rd-- Bridget Cramer, 50 free (26:44)
4th-- Heyle Krugler, 500 free (5:40.71)
4th-- Grace Luebbe, 100 fly (104.26)
4th-- Bridget Cramer, 100 free (58.82)

Results

1/14 & 1/15

Southwest Ohio
Coaches Classic (D)

48 Schools Scoring
1. Mason  357
2. Centerville  311
3. Mariemont  298
4. …
T15. West  65

West Placers (Top 16):
1st-- McKenzie Rice, 1650 (16.55.41)
3rd-- McKenzie Rice, 500 free (5:04.13) *
11th--Bridget Cramer, Erica Morris, Molly Fisher, McKenzie Rice, 200 free relay (1:43.38)
14th-- Grace Luebbe, 500 free (5:15.39)
14th-- Erica Morris, Bridget Cramer, Molly Fisher, McKenzie Rice, 400 free relay (3:46.35)
T14th-- McKenzie Rice, Caroline Rice, Erica Morris, Molly Fisher, 200 medley relay (1:57.91)
15th-- Jasmine Ifeakanwa, 1 meter dive (322.20)
16th-- Caroline Rice, 200 breast (2:34.30)

* New Lakota West School Record

Results
1/21

Fairfield/Senior Recognition

1. West  199
2. Fairfield  63

West Winners:
McKenzie Rice, 200 free (2:02.33)
Madison Roberts, 200 indiv. medley (2:24.82)
Erica Morris, 100 fly (1:04.48)
Molly Fisher, 100 free (56.32)
Lauren Hasselback, 500 free (5:43.77)
Molly Fisher, 100 back (1:05.11)
Grace Glossen, Heyle Krugler, Erica Morris, Bridget Cramer, 200 medley relay (2:01.21)
Erica Morris, Bridget Cramer, Molly Fisher, McKenzie Rice, 200 free relay (1:47.70)
Molly Fisher, McKenzie Rice, Grace Luebbe, Lauren Hasselback, 400 free relay (3:54.75)

Results
1/24

Lakota-Tri

1. Sycamore  101
2. West  82
3. Lakota East  41

West Winners:
Molly Fisher, 200 free (2:02.55)
Erica Morris, 200 ind. medley (2:22.32)
Erica Morris, 100 free (57.97)
Molly Fisher, Erica Morris, Grace Luebbe, Lauren Hasselback, 400 free relay (3:55.29)

Results
1/27

Mason-Tri (D)

1. Mason  148
2. West  89
3. Lakota East  64

West Winners:
Grace Glossen, Caroline Rice, Grace Luebbe, Bridget Cramer, 200 medley relay (1:58.09)

No West individual winners.
Caroline Rice was West's leading scorer with 14.5 points
including a second place finish in the 100 breast.
(see results for details)

Results
2/4&
2/5

Greater Miami Conference (GMC)
Championship meet
at Mason

1. Mason  628
2. West  386
3. Sycamore  328
4. Lakota East  179
5. Fairfield  162
6. Colerain  156
7. Oak Hills  133
8. Princeton 104
9. Middletown  44
10. Hamilton  32

West Top 4 Placers (All GMC 1st, 2nd, 3rd, & Honorable Mention)
2nd-- Kelsey Rebman, 1meter dive (230.75)
2nd-- Molly Fisher, Erica Morris, Grace Luebbe, McKenzie Rice, 400 free relay (3:45.60)
2nd-- Grace Glosson, Caroline Rice, Erica Morris, Bridget Cramer, 200 medley relay (1:56.03)
3rd-- Grace Luebbe, 200 free (1:58.07)
3rd-- Makenzie Rice, 500 free (5:15.49)
3rd-- Jasmine Ifeakanwa, 1 meter dive (226.20)
3rd-- Molly Fisher, Bridget Cramer, Grace Luebbe, McKenzie Rice, 200 free relay (1:44.22)
4th-- Molly Fisher,50 free (25.55))
4th-- Molly Fisher, 100 free (55.23)
4th-- Grace Luebbe, 100 back (1:58.07)

Results
40th Ohio (OHSAA) State Tournament
160 Division 1 Teams Competing

2/8 &
2/11

Mason AM Sectional
at Mason High School
(Diving at Miami U.) 

1. Mason  556
2. Turpin 449
3. West  360
4. Loveland 208
5. Lakota East  180
6. Anderson  143
7. Lebanon  94
8. Amelia  92
9. Glen Este  17
9. Middletown  1

District Qualifiers (SW Ohio district rank/Cincinnati Sectional place):
3rd/2nd-- McKenzie Rice, 500 free (5:00.94) *
5th/2nd-- M. Fisher, E. Morris, G. Luebbe, M. Rice, 400 free relay (3:36.98)
6th/2nd-- M. Fisher, E. Morris, G. Luebbe, M. Rice, 200 free relay (1:40.85)
7th/3rd-- G. Glosson, C. Rice, E. Morris, B. Cramer, 200 medley relay (1:51.82)
8th/4th-- Bridget Cramer, 50 free (25:00)
9th/5th-- Molly Fisher, 50 free (25.01)
11th/3rd-- Grace Luebbe, 500 free (5:09.43)
11th/4th-- Grace Luebbe, 200 free (1:55.55)
12th/3rd-- Molly Fisher,100 free (54.51)
12th/5th-- McKenzie Rice, 200 free (1:55.56)
14th/7th-- Jasmine Ifeakanwa, 1m dive (339.15)
18th/4th-- Caroline Rice, 200 indiv. medley (2:15.22)
18th/9th-- Kelsey Rebman, 1m dive (316.45)
19th/4th-- Caroline Rice, 100 breast (1:10.89)
20th/11th-- Erica Roberts, 200 free (1:56.84)
21st/8th-- Bridget Cramer, 100 fly (1:00.19)
22nd/9th-- Grace Glosson, 100 fly (1:00.24)
24th/8th-- Grace Glosson, 100 back (1:01.92)

* New Lakota West School Record

Results

 

2/14 &
2/18

Southwest Ohio
District Meet
at Miami U.

26 Teams Scoring
1. Mason  362
2. Ursuline  332
3. St. Ursula  244
4. …
8. West 126

State Qualifiers  (State Rank/Southwest Ohio district place):
3rd/2nd-- Grace Luebbe, 500 free (4:54.55) **
11th/6th-- Grace Luebbe, 200 free (1:52.03)
17th/8th-- M. Fisher, E. Morris, G. Luebbe, M. Rice, 400 free relay (3:35.79)
19th/11th-- McKenzie Rice, 500 free (5:03.51)
19th/13th-- McKenzie Rice, 200 free (1:52.83)

** = Lakota School District Record
Results

2/23 &
2/25

State
Branin Natatorium,
Canton, O.

53 Schools Scoring
1. Upper Arlington 246
2. Mason  230
3. St. Ursula  167.5
4. …
15. West  50

State Placers (Top sixteen):
6th-- Grace Luebbe, 500 free (4:59.00)
7th-- Grace Luebbe, 200 free (1:52.04)
10th-- Erica Morris, Molly Fisher, Grace Luebbe, McKenzie Rice, 400 free relay (3:32.59)**
11th-- McKenzie Rice, 500 free (4:59.84)
12th-- McKenzie Rice, 200 free (1:53.02)

**  New Lakota School District Record

Results


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Wrestling

Date

Event

Team Placings

Dual Record

West Highlights


12/3

Olentangy Invitational

11 Schools Competing
1. Lancaster  178.5
2. Sciota  107.5
3. Olentangy  101.5
4. …

6. West 93.5

0-0

West Top 4 Placers (W/L, #pins, final match results)
1st… Caleb Harris (195)  4-0, 3 pins……. won finals match 12-9
2nd… Joey Bradberry (152)  4-1, 4 pins… lost finals match 5-6
3rd… Ben Whatley (120)  4-1, 4 pins……. won last match by Tech Fall
3rd… Jensen Quinn (138)  4-1, 3 pins….. won last match by pin
4th… Andrew Oeters (126)  2-2, 1 pin…. lost last match 3-5

12/10

Fairfield Dual

1. Fairfield  42
2. West  34

0-1

West Winners:
Jackson Francom (132)  13-1, major decision
Jensen Quinn (139)  pin
Mathew Johnson (145)  5-2, decision
Joseph Bradberry (152)  7-4, decision
Carson Farmer (170)  pin
Caleb Harris (195)  pin
Elijah Hale (285)  pin

12/17 & 12/18

Glen Sample
Invitational,
Southwest Ohio
Coaches Association Meet

44 Schools Competing
1. Elder  298
2. LaSalle  190
3. Harrison  170
4. Fairfield  138
-- other GMC --
8. Lakota East  100
9. West  98
12. Oak Hills  85.5
21. Princeton  53.5
22. Colerain  47
32.  Middletown 31.5
42. Hamilton  7

0-1

West Placers (W-L, #pins)
3rd… Jensen Quinn (138)  5-1, 3 pins
4th… Caleb Harris (182)  3-2, 2 pins
5th… Matt Johnson (145)  4-2
6th… Joey Bradberry (160)  4-3, 2 pins
8th… Jackson Francom (132)  4-3  

12/27 & 12/28

Greater Miami Valley 
Wrestling Association
(GMVWA) Holiday
Tournament

35 Schools Competing,
in the Large School Div.
1. Dublin Coffman  177
2. Butler  146
3. Simone Kenton  132.5
-- GMC schools --
8. Lakota West
12. Princeton  69.5

0-1

West Placers (W-L), #pins….. place among wrestlers from 64 schools total, large & small
2nd… Caleb Harris (182)  5-1, 2 pins… lost in finals by 5-8 decision
3rd… Jensen Quinn (138)  6-1, 3pins… won in final match with a 3:53 pin

1/6 & 1/7

Fairfield Invitational

22 Schools Competing
1. Fairfield  197.5
2. Harrison  178.5
3. Clay  164
-- other GMC --
5. Lakota East  113
9. West  98.5
18.  Sycamore  36

0-1

West Placers (W-L,  #pins… final match)
1st… Caleb Harris (182)  4-0, 1 pin… 9-8 dec.
3rd… Jensen Quinn (138)  4-1, 2 pins… 1-0 dec.
4th… Joey Bradberry (152)  4-2, 3 pins… 0-1 dec.
5th… Matt Johnson (145)  5-2 … 8-3 dec. 

1/14

Lakota Quad
match #1

1. West  39
2. Colerain  24

1-1

West Winners (in order):
Caleb Harris (195)  9-5, decision
Riley Meek (120)  pin
Andrew Oeters(126)  15-8, decision
Jackson Francom (132)  forfeit 
Jensen Quinn (145)  pin
Matthew Johnson (152)  12-8, decision
Joey Bradberry (160)  pin
Jarrett Wilson (170)  pin

West advances to finals of quad competition.

1/14

Lakota Quad
match #2

1. Northmont  44
2. West  30

1-2

West Winners (in order):
Will Hutton (106)  forfeit
Jensen Quinn (138)  pin
Richard Szczepaniak (152)  pin
Joey Bradberry (160)  pin
Caleb Harris (195)  pin  

West finishes as Quad runner-up behind Northmont

Colerain finishes third in Quad ahead of Xenia.
1/19

Lakota East

1. Lakota East  48
2. West  27

1-3

West Winners:
Malcom Renchler (113)  default
Jensen Quinn (138)  pin
Matt Johnson (145)  pin
Tony Bradberry (160)  forfeit
Jarrett Wilson (170)  6-5, decision

1/21

James Horning Memorial Tournament

9 Schools Competing
1. Mason  
2. …

1-3

West Top Four Placers (W-L, #pins… final match)
1st… Joey Bradberry (152)  4-0, 2 pins… 10-7 dec.
2nd… Jensen Quinn (138)  3-1, 2 pins*.. 5-15 maj. dec. 
4th… Elijah Hale (285)  2-2, 1 pin… loss by fall

* Quinn pins were in 30 seconds and 19 seconds

2/4

Greater Miami Conference Championship Tournament

1. Mason  242
2. Fairfield  162.5
3. Oak Hills  133.5
4. Lakota East 114.5
5. Sycamore  83
6. West  63
7. Middletown  38.5
8. Colerain  36
9. Princeton  34
10. Hamilton  11

1-3

West All GMC (Top 4 Finishers):
2nd… Jensen Quinn (138)  W*, W, L (4-9)  
2nd… Caleb Harris (195)  W*, W*, L (2-3)
3rd… Matt Johnson (145) W*, W, L, W (3-0 o.t.)
3rd… Joey Bradberry  L, W, W (4-2)
* pin


2/10

Edgewood Dual Senior Night

1. West  37
2. Edgewood  34

2-3

West Winners:
Riley Meek (120)  pin
Andrew Oeter (126)  pin
Jensen Quinn* (136)  4-2 dec.
Mathew Johnson* (145)  4-2 dec.
Richard Szcepaniak* (152)  pin
Joey Bradberry (160)  maj. dec. 11-3
Caleb Harris* (195)  pin
Kingston Shorter (220)  pin
Elijah Hale (285)  pin

* Senior night honorees

5th Ohio (OHSAA) Team Tournament
125 Division 1 Teams Competing
1/25

Milford
at Loveland


1. West  48
2. Milford  27

3-3

West Winners (round of 125):
John Doyle (106)  forfeit, 6 points
Will Hutton (113)  forfeit, 6 points
Riley Meek (120)  5-0 dec., 3 points
Andrew Oeters (126)  pin (0:53), 6 points
Jensen Quinn (138)  forfeit, 6 points
Matt Johnson (145)  9-4 dec., 3 points
Joey Bradberry (152)  pin (2:59), 6 points
Caleb Harris (195)  forfeit, 6 points
Kingston Shorter (220) forfeit, 6 points

1/25

Loveland
at Loveland


1. Loveland  37
2. West  36

3-4

West Winners (round of 64):
Andrew Oeters (126)  pin (3:26), 6 points
Zane Brewer (132)  14-3 maj. dec., 4 points
Jensen Quinn (138)  17-0 tech. fall, 5 points
Matt Johnson (142)  8-4 dec., 3 points
Joey Bradberry (152)  pin (1:15), 6 points
Caleb Harris (195)  pin (1:06), 6 points
Elijah Hale (285)  pin (3:47), 6 points

75th Ohio (OHSAA) State Tournament
167 Division 1 Teams Competing
2/24 & 2/25

Group #1
Centerville Sectional
at Centerville H.S.

12 Schools Competing
1. Beavercreek  189
2. Northmont  182.5
3. Lakota East  178.5
4. Miamisburg  142.5
5. West  140
6. Stebbins  114
7. ...

West District Qualifiers (Top 4 placers):
1st… Jensen Quinn (138) W*, W*, W*
1st… Joey Bradberry (160) W*, W, W
2nd... Witt Creech (152) W, W, L
2nd... Caleb Harris (182) W*, W, L
3rd... Matt Johnson (145) W, L, W, W
4th... Jarrett Wilson (170) W, L, W*, W*, W, L

Other Placer:
6th... John Doyle (106)

* = win by pin

3/3 & 3/4

Southwest Ohio
District Tournament 
at Trent Arena Ket. Fairmont H.S

46 Schools Competing
1. LaSalle  192
2 Elder  188.5
3. Mason  187.5
4. … 
19. West  26.5

West District Qualifiers (Top 4 placers):
None

West District Placers:
5th… Jensen Quinn (138) W*, W, L, L, W (will be State alternate)
6th… Caleb Harris 182) W, L, W, W, L, L

* = win by pin

 

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Boys Bowling

Date

Opponent

W/L

Score 
2 Regular Games & 4 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

11/21

Loveland

L

2205-2379

0-1 0-0

High Series (2 games)-- Austin Clark 370
High Game-- Dylan Horall  197

Stats
11/29

Elder 

L

2104-2520

0-2 0-0

High Series (2 games)-- Harrison Painter 332
High Game-- Dylan Horrall 151

Stats

12/3 & 12/4

Big Blue Challenge
Tournament

23 Schools Competing (28 Teams)
1. Wayne  4377
2. Oak Hills  4113
3. Elder  4105
4. …
25. West  3113 (23rd school)

Format: 3 regular games, plus 6 baker games

Best West Series: Dylan Horrall
204+135+220= 559 (37th)

West High Game-- Harrison Painter 221

Individual Winner: Sean Martin (Wayne)
276+214+235= 725  

Stats
12/8

at Sycamore  

L

2009-2281

0-3 0-1

High Series (2 games)-- Dylan Horrall 353
High Game-- Dylan Horrall  194

Stats
12/12

Middletown  

L

2019-2421

0-4 0-2

High Series (2 games)-- Dylan Horrall 378
High Game-- Dylan Horrall 223

Stats
12/15

Ross

L

2192-2496

0-5 0-2

High Series (2 games)-- Dylan Horrall  342
High Game-- Harrison Painter  190

Stats
1/4

Colerain
 

L

2051-2712

0-6 0-3

High Series (2 games)-- Harrison Painter  309
High Game-- Harrison Painter  156

Stats

1/8

Back To School Bash

15 Schools Competing (18 Teams)
1. Muncie Central
2. Elder
3. Middletown
4. Franklin Community
5. …
14. West

Format: 2 regular, plus 6 baker games
for seeding, followed by 2 baker game
single elimination matches.


High Qualifier: Ryan Hattinger (Wilmington)-- 289 + 224 = 513

Best West Series:  Harrison Painter-- 203 + 201 = 404, 21 of 96

Stats
1/10 Cincinnati Christian
W

2238-2211

1-6 0-3

High Series (2 games)-- Dylan Horrall  386
High Game-- Dylan Horrall  244 

Stats
1/11 at Lakota East   
L

2293-2378

1-7 0-4

High Series (2 games) Dylan Horrall  377
High Game-- Dylan Horrall  207

Stats
1/17 Mason L 2274-2498 1-8 0-5 High Series (2 games)-- Dylan Horrall  390
High Game-- Dylan Horrall  207
Stats
1/19 Reading W

2120-1874

2-8 0-5

High Series (2 games)-- Jaret Bouman  332
High Game-- Harrison Painter  170

Stats
1/23 Taylor L

2261-2359

2-9 0-5

High Series (2 games)-- Harrison Painter  406
High Game-- Harrison Painter  244

Stats
1/24 at Hamiton   
 
L

2319-2401

2-10 0-6

High Series (2 games)-- Dylan Horrall  380
High Game-- Dylan Horrall  202

Stats
2/1

Fairfield

L

2536-2620

2-11 0-7

High Series (2 games)-- Dylan Horrall  436
High Game--  Dylan Horrall  267

Stats
2/7 Monroe
W

2565-2276

3-11 0-7

High Series (2 games)-- Jaret Bouman  450
High Game-- Sam Suries  233

Stats
2/8

Turpin

W 2454-2135 4-11 0-7

High Series (2 games)-- Sam Suries 393
High Game-- Austin Clark 224

Stats
2/9 at Princeton L

2349-2504

4-12 0-8

High Series (2 games)-- Harrison Painter  371
High Game-- Harrison Painter  192

Stats
2/14 Goshen W

2292-2274

5-12 0-8

High Series (2 games)-- Sam Suries  391
High Game--  Sam Suries  196

Stats
2/16 Oak Hills L 2436-2877 5-13 0-9 High Series (2 games)-- Sam Suries  407
High Game--  Sam Suries  238
Stats
11th Ohio (OHSAA) State Tournament
173 Division 1 Teams Competing
2/23

Sectional
at Crossgate Lanes

16 Schools Competing
1. Mason  4188
2. Middletown  3854
3. Milford  3808
4. Sycamore  3779
5. LaSalle  3655
6. Wilmington  3640
7. Elder  3636
------------------------------
8. …
16. West  3114

3 regular & 6 Baker games
Top 7 teams advance to District Tourn.

Sectional Champion:
Nathan Johnson (Elder)
191 +  234 + 256 = 681

Best West Series:
Dylan Horrall (T31 overall/T10 from non qualifying team)
164 + 167 + 182 = 513

Top  7 from non-qualifying teams advance to District Tourn.

 

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Girls Bowling

Date

Opponent

W/L

Score 
2 Regular Games & 4 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

11/21

Loveland

L

1595-1596

0-1 0-0

High Series (2 games)-- Tai Cumberland 292
High Game-- Tai Cumberland 155

Stats
11/29

Winton Woods

L

1631-1827

0-2 0-0

High Series (2 games)-- Tai Cumberland 319
High Game-- Tai Cumberland 160

Stats

12/3 & 12/4

Big Blue Challenge
Tournament

22 Schools Competing (24 Teams)
1. Seton 3430
2. Oak Hills  3318
3. Wayne  3312
4. …
24. West  2164 (22nd school)

Format: 3 regular games, plus 6 baker games

Format: 3 regular games, plus 6 baker games 
Best West Series: Tai Cumberland
147+129+141= 417 (44th)

Individual Winner: Paige Weitz (Sycamore)
225+228+208= 661  

Stats
12/8

at Sycamore  

L

1708-1771

0-3 0-1

High Series (2 games)-- Kathyrn Banks 298
High Game-- Kathryn Banks 175

Stats
12/12

Middletown   

L

1909-2051

0-4 0-2

High Series (2 games)-- Tai Cumberland 322
High Game-- Tai Cumberland 170

Stats
12/15

Ross

W

1834-1829

1-4 0-2

High Series (2 games)-- Tai Cumberland  404
High Game-- Tai Cumberland  213

Stats
1/4

Colerain

L

1515-2086

1-5 0-3

High Series (2 games)-- Tai Cumberland-- 321
High Game-- Tai Cumberland--  183

Stats

1/7

Back To School Bash

14 Schools Competing (15 Teams)
1. Seton
2. Colerain
3. Fairfield
4. Oak Hills
5. …
15. West

Format: 2 regular, plus 6 baker games
for seeding, followed by 2 baker game
single elimination matches.


High Qualifier: Erin Tragesser (Colerain)-- 223 + 194 = 417

Best West Series:  Tai Cumberland-- 172 + 167 = 339, 17 of 76

Stats
1/10 Cincinnati Christian
L

1754-2088

1-6 0-3

High Series (2 games)-- Tai Cumberland  388
High Game-- Tai Cumberland  206

Stats
1/11 at Lakota East   
L

1679-1886

1-7 0-4

High Series (2 games) Tai Cumberland  380
High Game-- Tai Cumberland  197

Stats
1/17 Mason W 1701-1380 2-7 1-4 High Series (2 games)-- Tai Cumberland 385
High Game-- Tai Cumberland  208
Stats
1/19 Reading L

1747-1762

2-8 1-4

High Series (2 games)-- Tai Cumberland  330
High Game-- Tai Cumberland  167

Stats
1/24 at Hamiton   
L

1915-2012

2-9 1-5

High Series (2 games)-- Taylor Creach  293
High Game-- Kathyrn Banks  162

Stats
1/25 Taylor L

1874-1949

2-10 1-5

High Series (2 games)-- Tai Cumberland  315
High Game-- Tai Cumberland  185

Stats
2/1

Fairfield
 

L

1844-2611

2-11 1-6

High Series (2 games)-- Tai Cumberland  382
High Game-- Tai Cumberland  197

Stats
2/7 Monroe
W

1819-1773

3-11 1-6

High Series (2 games)-- Tai Cumberland  354
High Game-- Tai Cumberland  198

Stats
2/8

Turpin

L 1745-1795 3-12 1-6

High Series (2 games)-- Tai Cumberland  309
High Game-- Tai Cumberland  167

Stats
2/9 at Princeton L

1740-2145

3-13 1-7

High Series (2 games)-- Tai Cumberland  350
High Game-- Tai Cumberland 212

Stats
2/14 Goshen L

1586-1619

3-14 1-7

High Series (2 games)-- Tai Cumberland  273
High Game-- Tai Cumberland  141

Stats
2/16 Oak Hills L 1884-2266 3-15 1-8 High Series (2 games)-- Tai Cumberland  361
High Game--  Tai Cumberland  209
Stats
11th Ohio (OHSAA) State Tournament
173 Division 1 Teams Competing
2/22

Sectional
at Crossgate Lanes

16 Schools Competing
1. Glen Este  3527
2. Milford  3511
3. Lebanon  3320
4. Wilmington  3054
5. Mercy  3004
6. Princeton  2986
7. Sycamore  2924
------------------------------
8. …
10. West  2816

3 regular & 6 Baker games
Top 7 teams advance to District Tourn.

Sectional Champion:
Courtney Chaffin (Glen Este)
171 +  209 + 211 = 591

Best West Series:
Tai Cumberland (11th of 85 overall/2nd from non qualifying team)
164 + 167 + 182 = 513

Top 7 from non-qualifying teams advance to District Tournament

3/2

SW Ohio 
District Tournament
at Beaver-Vu Lanes

24 Schools Competing
1. Kettering Faimont  3840
2. Beavercreek  3820
3. Centerville 3618
4. Troy  3603
5. Bellfontaine  3546
6. Glen Este  3513
---------------------------
7. …

3 regular & 6 Baker games
Top 6 teams advance to State Tourn.

District Champion:
Jenna Stone (Troy)
244 + 215 + 235 = 694

Best West Series:
Tai Cumberland  (37th of 158 overall/20th from non qualifying team) 
131 + 192 + 181 = 504

Top 6 from non-qualifying teams advance to State Tournament

 

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