Lakota East Boys Freshman Basketball

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Boys Basketball Announces College Commitment

The Boys Basketball program announced yesterday that Senior, Evan Kuhlman, has committed to the University of Evansville, located in southwest Indiana.  Kuhlman, a power forward, also considered Saint Francis University (PA), University of Maine, Christian Brothers University, Fairmont State University, University of Charleston (WV), and Hillsdale College.  The Purple Aces of Evansville compete in the

Thunderhawk Winter Sports All-City Awards Announced

After a very successful Winter Season many of our athletes were named to the All-City teams. CONGRATULATIONS TO ALL OF THESE ATHLETES! GYMNASTICS COACH OF THE YEAR Mardi Dagley, Lakota East Led the Thunderhawk program to area-best third-place finish at the district meet.     FIRST TEAM Kiley Lovejoy, Lakota East: Junior was 31st at state in all-around,

Boys Basketball Loses Heartbreaker in Regional Semi-Finals

The magic of the 2015-16 came to a close Wednesday night in the regional semi-finals at Xavier. With time running out and the Hawks down by one, a last second shot went in-and-out and Centerville advances to the title game, winning 37-36. It was the Thunderhawks second appearance in the sweet 16 boys tourney and


REGIONAL SEMI-FINALS TICKET INFORMATION It wasn’t suppose to happen…but anything can happen…in March Madness basketball. The decided underdog, Lakota East, upset undefeated Dayton Wayne on Saturday, to win arguably the biggest game in the 19-year history of their program, by a score of 60-57 at Wright State. It was the Hawks second District Title since

Boys Basketball Sectional Champions

The Lakota East High School boys basketball team started strong, finished strong and claimed the second sectional title in school history. Led by Andrew Emrick’s game-high 28 points, the Thunderhawks beat a game Walnut Hills squad 58-54 in Division I boys tournament action at the Hamilton Athletic Center on Saturday night. “This is a special

Boys Basketball Advances in Tourney, Face Walnut Hills on Saturday!

After a rough start at Wednesdays sectional contest with Hamilton, East boys basketball recovered to post a 57-52 win over Big Blue and advance. Trailing throughout the 1st half, the Hawks found their groove in the 2nd half to outlast the pesky GMC foe for the third time this season. The Thunderhawks opened the third

Boys Basketball Starts 2nd Season!

“Season 2” gets underway for the East boys basketball team on Wednesday, Feb. 24th. East will play Hamilton AT LAKOTA WEST (changed from Hamilton) with tipoff at 6:00 pm. Big Blue defeated Talawanda on Saturday to advance. The two schools played two very close games already this season with the Thunderhawks winning both. The Hawks

Drew Katona and Andrew Emrick Named PUTTER’S Athletes of the Week

DREW KATONA Drew is a sophomore on the East Wrestling Team Drew placed 4th at the GMC Championships this past weekend.  Battling through an illness, Drew wrestled incredibly hard and only lost by 1 pt. to the eventual champ and 3rd place finisher.  This is Drew’s first GMC placement. He is looking to qualifying for

Boys Basketball Falls to Oak Hills

Oak Hills made 27 out of 30 free throws in the fourth quarter on Tuesday night to defeat the Hawks for the 2nd time this season by a score of 58-50. East held a 10 point half time advantage but saw it disappear with 5 minutes remaining in the game.  East fell behind in the

Boys Basketball Holds on Against Middies

Middletown fought back from a 10-point deficit in the fourth quarter with Lakota East, but Andrew Emrick converted a pair of free throws in a 1-and-1 situation with 11.8 seconds left, and the Middies’ final 3-point attempt hit off the rim to give the Thunderhawks a 52-49 win Friday at Wade E. Miller Gym. After