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2018-2019 Schedules are here!!

Looking for our 2018-2019 Schedules?  Our website is currently set to update to the new school year on July 1st, but until then you can CLICK HERE to check out the sports and levels you are interested in.  (Please make sure to change the year to 2018/2019 once you choose your sport.)

Spring Sports Awards Ceremony – 5/22/18

Spring Sports Awards  Ceremony Tuesday, 5/22/2018 @ 6:30pm Lakota East High School Spring athletes and families… Please join us for our Spring Sports Awards Ceremony. We will meet as a large group in the theater at 6:30pm where we will recap all of our Spring Sports, outline City, District, Regional and State Awards for each

2018 Lakota East Golf Scramble – 6/3/18

2018 Lakota East  Golf Scramble Sunday June 3rd Hamilton Elks All proceeds benefit Lakota East Golf Teams REGISTRATION FORM Golf Tourney Information: SCRAMBLE FORMAT- 4 PERSON TEAM- $100 PER PLAYER. Price includes 18 holes of golf, cart, range balls, beverages, awards & DINNER after the event. Shot Gun Start at approximately 1:30 p.m., 30 TEAM

East vs. West Challenge Trophy Stays with Hawks!!!

CHALLENGE TROPHY STAYS WITH THE HAWKS! EAST STREAKS TO 4TH IN A ROW OVER WEST!! For the fourth consecutive time, Lakota East has won the annual EAST-WEST Challenge Trophy!   The Thunderhawks beat out their district counterpart by a 15.5-11.5 margin this year in head-to-head sports matchups.  The East continues to dominate the recent competition, winning or

Chris Holden Advances to State

East senior tennis standout, Chris Holden, punched his ticket on Thursday to the OHSAA Individual State Championships. Holden advanced to the 1st singles District Semi-final, guaranteeing him a state berth (top 4). He secured his spot by defeating Brandon Kreger (Butler) 6-0, 6-1 then Vishnu Srianath (Mason) 6-1, 7-6. Holden will meet #1 seed Niraj

Softball Defeats Springboro

East squeezed one more regular season game in on Thursday and defeated Springbooro 1-0 to send their overall record 20-4 on the season. After 4 scoreless innings, the Hawks finally got on the board in the fifth.  Corrine Haverland led off with a single.  Abby Niehaus sacrificed her to second, Corrine advanced to 3rdon a

Baseball Falls to Loveland

The Hawk Baseball team’s 2018 season came to a close on Thursday in a heart-breaking 5-4 loss to Loveland in the Sectional Final. East got down early but Nate Haberthier settled in and pitched well through the 6th inning getting 5 strikeouts. Aidan Talarek pitched the 7th. The Thunderhawk offensive attack was led by Dan

Nick Edkins and Jessica Church Named Putters Athletes of the Week

NICK EDKINS NICK IS A SENIOR ON THE EAST BOYS LACROSSE TEAM Nick recently became the all-time leading goal scorer for the East boys LAX program.  He scored 5 goals in a win against West which included #100 for his career as a Thunderhawk.  Nick will play college LAX next year at Ohio Northern University.

Tide Team of the Week – Boys Tennis Team

Boys Tennis Team The East boys tennis team is having an outstanding season this spring.  They have achieved an overall record of 13-2 and recently completed a 3rd place finish in the always tough GMC.  They had a strong showing at the annual GCTCA Classic finishing 2nd in flight B.  Additionally, the team was recently recognized

Nick Edkins adds his name to Boys Lacrosse record books!

Nick Edkins recently became the first Lakota East Lacrosse player to reach the 100-goal milestone.  The standout, senior mid-fielder attained the coveted mark with a goal during the Hawks big 15-8 win over district rival Lakota West on Tuesday, May 15th.  Edkins added “icing to the cake” with four more goals in that contest including 2

Girls Lacrosse Advances in Tournament

It was a great team effort by the Thunderhawks Girls Lacrosse Team on Tuesday night, winning their first-round playoff game vs Kings 7-6 in overtime!  Entire offense played very well, coming up with key goals when needed. Goal leader for the game was Kaitlyn Lattire with 3 goals, including the game winner in overtime.  Emily