Lakota East Girls Junior Varsity Basketball

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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,

Girls Basketball Introduces New Coach

The Lakota East Athletic Department announced today the hiring of Gideon Dudgeon to the helm of the Thunderhawk Girls Basketball program, pending board approval.  Dudgeon previously comes from Hamilton HS where he led the Big Blue girls this past season to a 17-7 overall record and 4th place finish in the always tough GMC (11-5).

2016 East Wall of Champion Additions Announced

JAIME WYCKOFF CLASS OF 2002 CROSS COUNTRY AND BASKETBALL Cross-Country – 2x All-Ohio, 3x State Qualifier, 1st Team All-City, 1st Team All-GMC Basketball – 4 Year Starter, Track – All-Ohio (4x800M Relay), Regional Champion (4x800M Relay), District Champion (4x800M Relay), Finished 6th in the state 3200 meter event, GMC Champion (4x800M Relay); Earned 12 Varsity

Sam Rodgers Earns All-Star MVP Award

Lakota East girls basketball standout Samantha Rodgers garnered another accolade to add to her outstanding HS basketball career last Saturday.  Rodgers participated in the 25th annual Ohio-Kentucky All-Star prep girls  basketball event at Thomas More College and was named Ohio’s Most Valuable Player in a 76-71 win over their competitors from the blue grass state.

Girls Basketball Season Comes to a Close

The girls basketball team did not advance this Saturday suffering a 61-47 loss to Ursuline. East was not able to rally from several deficits, but played tough against a strong Lions team. Sam Rodgers and Tristian Philpot lead the scoring with 17 and 16 points respectfully. The lost concludes the 2015-2016 season in which East

Girls Basketball Closes Regular Season with a Win

Girls basketball won their last regular season game this past Saturday 53-28 against Oak Hills. The Thunderhawks had balanced scoring with three players in double digits. Sam Rodgers 13, Tristian Philpot 11 and Ekene Azuka 10. East (13-9) finishes 3rd overall in the GMC behind powerful West and Mason with an overall conference mark of

Girls Basketball Wins on Senior Night

Girls basketball won Wednesday night 58-50 against Fairfield. Sam Rodgers led all scorers with 25 points and 7 assists. Freshman guard Jordan Stanley also shot perfect from the field 5-5 and scored 16 for the Thunder hawks.  SENIORS SAM RODGERS, JENNIFER LAMBERT, KATIE HOLTHAUS, SAMANTHA LEE, TRISTAN PHILPOT, MEIJA RABI, AND KIM BLOMER were recognized

Thunderhawk College Signers Recognized at Lakota East

Special thanks to Barb Trimble of Trim Photo and Video Solutions for the use of her photographs. Please visit her site at to see the full gallery of pictures from this event. Wednesday morning the Lakota East Athletic Department hosted another outstanding National Letter of Intent Signing Day event. Family, friends, coaches, teachers were


Senior Girls Basketball player Sam Rodgers surpassed Whitney Wycoff (’12) as the all-time blocked shot leader for Lakota East on Saturday vs Princeton. Sam has notched 15 blocks this season. In her freshman, sophomore and junior years she accumulated 47 giving her 62 for her career. Wycoff’s previous mark was 61.