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UPDATE: Athletic Project Gets New Lines, Markings, And Numbers Added To Track

LAKEVILLE, IN. – The current athletic project continues to see positive strides on the campus of LaVille Jr-Sr High School.  LaVille Athletics recently found the striping crew on the track putting the final touches on track lines, markings, and numbering the lanes.     TRACK AND FOOTBALL FIELD “Upon completion, our track and football area

IHSAA Moritorium Week July 2 – July 8, 2018

LAKEVILLE, IN. – The Indiana High School Athletic Association (IHSAA) sets mortorium period for the Summer of 2018. Below please find the date and the guideline. IHSAA Moritorium July 2 – July 8, 2018 RULE 15‐3.4 MORATORIUM • Each member school shall observe a moratorium starting on Monday of the week which includes July 4th

Lancers Change Things Up In Weight Room

LAKEVILLE, IN. – Champions are made in the offseason! This summer, LaVille head football coach Will Hostrawser, is asking the Lancer Football team to continue that championship mentality.  The 2017 LaVille football team won its first sectional championship since 2003, and the Lancers want to continue moving forward. This summer, however, there are some slight

Softball Celebrates Awards Recognition Night

LAKEVILLE, IN. – The LaVille softball team celebrated awards recognition night. Congratulations to the following award winners: Coaches Award: Mara Medors Defensive Player of the Year: Madison Annis Mental Attitude: Sydney Coblentz Offensive Player of the Year: Hannah Filley Rookie of the Year: Allison Medors   All-Hoosier North Athletic Conference First Team: Hannah Filley, Allison

Tennis Celebrates Awards Recognition Night

  LAKEVILLE, IN. – The LaVille Girl’s tennis team celebrated awards recognition night. Congratulations to the following award winners:   Sydney Han – Coaches Award Cassie Keilman – Mental Attitude Haylea Girst – Most Improved Rachel Ross – MVP “We started our season with really good momentum,” said LaVille coach Melissa Haisley.  “Our practices were

LaVille Athletic Renovation Project Taking Shape

  LAKEVILLE, IN. – The current athletic project continues to take positive strides on the campus of LaVille Jr-Sr High School.  The Union North United School Corporation is upgrading the footbal field, the track, the tennis courts and installing new drainage and irrigation. TENNIS COURTS The tennis courts are finished and the 2018 version of

Spring HNAC All-Academic Selections Announced

LAKEVILLE, IN. – Several LaVille High School spring sport student-athletes were selected to the Hoosier North Athletic Conference All-Academic team.   Congratulations to the following:   Luke Beehler, track Emily Cain, tennis Charlet Kapke, tennis Aryn Eash, track Allison Gadacz, tennis Reese Gallup, baseball RJ Gentner, track Hannah Good, softball Isaac Hall, track Isabella Kertai,

Filley, Medors Selected To All-HNAC Softball First Team; Lewis, Unruh HM

LAKEVILLE, IN. – The 2018 All-Hoosier North Athletic Conference softball team has been announced. Congratulations to the Pioneer Panthers on winning the Hoosier North Athletic Conference championship and the IHSAA Class 1A state softball title. LaVille softball placed two members on the All-HNAC first unit, and, two more on the All-HNAC honorable mention squad. LaVille

Good Selected 2017-18 Lions Club Male Athlete of the Year

  LAKEVILLE, IN. – Jacob Good has been selected the 2017-18 Lapaz Lions Club Male Athlete of the Year. Good, a 2018 LaVille High School graduate, earned nine varsity letters. Good participated in football, basketball, and golf.  He was selected All-Hoosier North Athletic Conference in football, basketball, and golf. According to Good, his most memorable

Nichols-Petersen Starts Slow, “Shows Resilience” At Warsaw Regional

WINONA LAKE, IN. – It was a competitive field with a challenging course. LaVille’s Nathan Nichols-Petersen had his work cut out for him at the IHSAA Warsaw Golf Regional at Stonehenge, and he knew it. Nichols-Petersen started slow, recording a 6-over-par after three holes. “Nathan really showed a great deal of resilience,” said LaVille coach