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BOYS BASKETBALL DEFEATS TURPIN 

EAST ADVANCES TO DISTRICT FINAL 3RD STRAIGHT YEAR For the third consecutive season, the Lakota East Boys Basketball team will return to the District Championship. The Hawks secured their spot with a dominating 50-41 win on Saturday night versus Turpin at Lakota West. The win tied a boys basketball 2010-11 record for most wins in

WRESTLING TEAM CAPTURES FIRST AT SECTIONAL!

Lakota East Wrestling had a big weekend winning the Sectional tourney at Middletown with a 232 point total and many Thunderhawks advancing to the District Championships. The nearest team to the East total had 167 points. Below are the East Wrestlers moving to District with a chance to qualify for State! Individual: 106- Andrew Gibson

GIRLS BOWLER RAEGAN SELLER DISTRICT RESULTS

  Raegan Seiler participated in the District Bowling Championships in Dayton last Thursday and performed admirably but came up a little short to qualify for the State Championship next weekend in Columbus. It took a 656 or 217 average for the girls. CONGRATULATIONS RAEGAN ON A GREAT SEASON!

BOYS BOWLERS GEHR AND SWINNEY DISTRICT WRAP UP

Michael Gehr and Alex Swinney participated in the District Boys Bowling Championships in Dayton last Thursday and both performed admirably. Michael shot 574 for a 191 3 game average and Alex bowled 667 for a 222 3 game bowling average. Unfortunately, the boys came up a little short to qualify for the State Championship next

BOYS BASKETBALL ADVANCES OVER NORTHWEST

HAWKS VS SPARTANS FOR SECTIONAL TITLE SATURDAY East Boys Basketball raced out to a big lead over Northwest in the Division 1 sectional tourney at West Thursday, then completed the deal with a final score of 62-37. Back-to-back champions of the Greater Miami Conference, Lakota East has now won 13 straight games to reach 22-2.

JACOB MCDONALD WINS TWO MORE STATE SWIMMING TITLES!

MCDONALD EARNS THIRD STATE CROWN! It was two more State Championships for East senior swimming standout Jacob McDonald this past weekend. Jacob raced to a first-place finish in the 200 free and 500 freestyle events in Canton, before a cheering packed house. McDonald will go down in Lakota East Swimming as one of its all-time