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Winter Sports Awards Ceremony UPDATED – 3/21/18

Winter athletes and families. Please join us for our Winter Sports Awards Ceremony. We will meet as a large group in the theater at 6:30 p.m. where we will recap all of our Winter Sports, outline City, District, Regional and State Awards for each program. In addition, we will recognize the All GMC performers and

Mod Pizza Fundraiser Contest!!!

Starting February 9th and running through Thursday, February 15th it’s East vs West.  MOD pizza is sponsoring a fundraiser and all we need to do is go to MOD pizza (near Liberty Center) and drop money in the jar labeled EAST.  All proceeds go to Lymphoma/Leukemia society.  The winning side of town will win a

Dragonfly Week @ Lakota East – 2/13/18 thru 2/16/18

Each year the athletic department supports a student driven initiative to support the Dragonfly Foundation in their fight-to-fight childhood cancer and to assist families in need. This year we will be sponsoring four fundraising efforts: Staff Jeans Week – $10, Enrollment form in your mailbox and attached to this email. Orange “Super Soft” Dragonfly T-Shirts

Senior Nights for Winter Sports Announced!

In celebration of our Senior Winter Athletes, we will hold Senior celebrations on the following nights: Swimming – 1/20 @ Keating @ 8:30 p.m. Girls Basketball – 1/24 @ 7:00 p.m. Wrestling 2/9 @ 6:30 p.m. Boys Basketball – 2/16 @7:00 p.m. Cheer – 2/16 @7:00 p.m. Gymnastics – 2/16 @7:00 p.m. Bowling – 2/16

Girls Basketball Falls to State Champs in Tournament

The girls basketball season came to an end on Wednesday night in a 72-25 loss to the defending state champions, Mount Notre Dame. No other details available. SEASON SUMMARY The very young East Girls Basketball team (5-19, 4-12 GMC) gained a lot of experience in the 2017-18 season. As usual the Hawks played some of

Girls Basketball Advances in Post Season Tournament!

The Girls Basketball Hawks opened the tournament against Oak Hill this past Saturday and will continue down the tourney trail! The Hawks had already defeated Oak Hills twice this season. Led by Jordan Stanley and Danni Stoughton, the team raced out to a 11-2 1st quarter lead. It would be end up being a close

Girls Basketball Closes Out Regular Season

The Thunderhawks lost their last game of regular season this past Saturday to Hamilton by the score of 54-49. Jordan Stanley had 14 points with 3 assists, Danni Stoughton had 14 points and 11 rebounds and Sydney Harrison added 11 points. The Thunderhawks will take on Oak Hills for the 3rd time this season in

Girls Basketball Drops Two

The Thunderhawks traveled to Mercy to play in the last game that will ever be held in the Mercy gym on Monday night. The first quarter was back and forth and ended 10-10. Mercy would eventually pull away in the 2nd half to win the game 54-28. Congratulations to Mercy and Coach Mary Jo Huismann

Girls Basketball Drops one to Princeton

The Thunderhawk girls traveled to Princeton on Saturday to take on the Vikings. The Hawks fell behind early and lost to the Vikings, The final was 77-34 moving the girls record to 4-15 for the season with 3 regular season games to go. East will visit Mercy tonight and then host Mason on Wednesday. Their

Girls Basketball Falls to Sycamore

The Thunderhawk girls lost to Sycamore by a score of 55-44 last Wednesday night. Jessica Motley led the team with 10 points and 7 rebounds. Danni Stoughton added 7 points, 7 rebounds and 5 assists. East will visit Princeton on Saturday, Feb. 3rd. The ladies are wrapping up the 2017-18 regular season.  See remaining schedule

Girls Basketball Suffers Loss to West

The Thunderhawks traveled to West this past Saturday. The girls came out and executed the game plan in the 1st quarter and ended the quarter tied 15-15, but the final score was 66-32 as the Firebirds were to much again. The girls competed hard the entire game. Jordan Stanley led the team with 10 points

Girls Basketball Falls to Springboro

The Thunderhawks fell to Springboro on Monday night 50-41. The girls jumped out to a 14-9 1st quarter lead but unfortunately couldn’t hold lead. The team was led by Jessica Motley who had 11 points, 9 rebounds and 2 assists. Grace Honigford added 9 points and Jordan Stanley added 8. Danni Stoughton finished with 7

Girls Basketball Falls to Fairmont

The Thunderhawks traveled to Trent Arena Saturday to take on the Fairmont Firebirds. The girls played hard but fell to the Firebirds 61-43. Danni Stoughton lead the way with 8 points followed by Jordan Stanley with 7 and Jessica Motley with 6 points and 7 rebounds. The girls are back in action on Monday as