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Girls Cross Country 10th at Regionals

The Lakota East Girls’ cross country team ran a very solid race at the Regional Championships in Troy, Ohio this past weekend. Unfortunately, they fell short of qualifying for the State Championships for the second straight year. In the 16 team field, the top 4 teams advance, and the Thunderhawks placed 10th. The Lady Hawks […]

Girls Cross Country District Runner Up!

  The Thunderhawk Girls earned a District Runner-Up trophy in their race this past Saturday, only being defeated by Turpin, in a 12 team field. For the 2nd year in a row the team advances in the post season to the Regional Championships.   Junior Abby Whayne ran a tremendous race and her time of […]

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Tide Dry Cleaners Teams of the Week – Boys and Girls Cross Country

Lakota East Boys and Girls CC Teams This weeks Lakota East Team of the Week is the Boys and Girls Cross Country Teams.  Both squads represented the Thunderhawks well at last Saturday’s GMC Championships with each placing third overall.  This season the guys have attained two first place wins at the Xavier University meet and […]

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Vincent Galioto and Mariah Ragsdale Named PUTTER’S Athletes of the Week

VINCENT GALIOTO Vincent is a senior on the East Boys Cross Country Team Vincent is the definition of hard work paying off. As a freshman, Vince began his high school career struggling to finish 2-mile runs at practice. Through his work-ethic and dedication, he has become the #2 man on the Lakota East Thunderhawk boys’ […]

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Girls Cross Country 3rd at GMC Meet

The Lakota East girls’ cross country team turned some heads and earned some respect this past weekend when they placed 3rd out of 10 teams at the GMC Championships at Voice of America Park. Junior Abby Whayne was the top female runner for the Thunderhawks and earned 2nd team All-GMC honors with her 10th place […]

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Girls Cross Country 4th at Bomber Invite

Despite an unfortunate injury that has sidelined their #2 runner for the year (freshman Lindsay Isom) the Thunderhawk girls’ cross country team all stepped up their game to run their best race of the season to place 4th out of 16 teams at the St. Xavier Invitational this past Saturday. They defeated a number of […]

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Personal Records Fall for Girls Cross Country at Harrison Invitational

The Lakota East girls cross country team saw a lot of personal records this past weekend at the Harrison Invitational at Harrison High School. The girls varsity team placed 6th out of 10 teams and was led by senior Kaylee Rice who covered the 5k (3.1 mile) course in a season best time of 21:14, […]

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Girls Cross Country 5th at Alliance Invitational

The Lakota East girls cross country team continued their improved success of the 2015 cross country season by placing 5th out of 16 teams in a very competitive Alliance Running Invitational in Clayton, OH this past Saturday.  Junior Abby Whayne led the way for the Thunderhawk ladies by running a lifetime best time of 19:32 […]

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Dustin Horter and Abby Whayne Named PUTTER’S Athletes of the Week

DUSTIN HORTER Dustin is a sophomore on the Boys Cross Country Team Dustin has won each of his last two races by over a minute.  He won his home meet, the Lakota East Fall Classic in a time of 15:46.2 for the 5k (3.1 mile) course.  He then won the Queen City Invitational one week […]

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Girls Cross Country Wins Princeton Invite!

Without the #1 girl in the lineup this past weekend, the Lakota East girls cross country team was still victorious at the Princeton Invitational at Landmark Christian Academy. The Thunderhawk ladies were led by four freshmen and a sophomore in their team championship effort on the 5k course. Leading the Thunderhawks was freshman Lindsay Isom […]

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