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Jr. High Boys Basketball Teams Fall to Schmucker

The junior high basketball team hosted Schmucker Wednesday November 19th. The seventh grade lost, 30 – 10.  Nick Moore scored 4 points to lead the Lancers. The eighth grade dropped a 48 – 38 decision.  Rilye Cox led the way with 13 points, Luke Beehler added nine and Corbin Brown dropped in seven.

LaVille Announces 8th Grade Shootout Pairings

LaVille will host its 2nd Annual 8th Grade Basketball Shootout on Saturday Dec. 13. Games begin at 9 a.m. and continue at 10:30 a.m., Noon and 1:30 p.m. Eight teams will participate and play against a pre-determined opponent at pre-determined times. Admission is $6 and good for 8 games! Patrons should enter Door “F” on the

LaVille Announces 7th Grade Shootout Pairings

LaVille will host its 2nd Annual 7th Grade Basketball Shootout on Saturday Dec. 6. Games begin at 9 a.m. and continue at 10:30 a.m., Noon and 1:30 p.m. Eight teams will participate and play against a pre-determined opponent at pre-determined times. Admission is $6 and good for 8 games! Patrons should enter Door “F” on the

LaVille High School Varsity Basketball falls to Pilgrims 19-65

Varsity Basketball Tuesday November 18th, 2014 07:45 PM Lancers Away 19 @ Pilgrims Home 65 Game Recap The Pilgrims overpowered the Lancers in a one sided contest forcing 21 turnovers. Mckenzie Leed led the Lancers with 5 points. Box Scores 1 2 3 4 Away Team 4 7 4 4 Home Team Game Summary

Lancers Drop Opener at LaSalle Academy

The junior high basketball team opened the season at LaSalle Academy Monday. The seventh grade lost, 29 – 8.  Isaiah Herbster led the Lancers with five points. In the eighth grade contest, the Lancers dropped a 40 – 33 decision.  Rilye Cox scored 16 points, Luke Beehler seven and Carson Kubiak four. The junior Lancers

Girls Basketball Team Defeats Concord 41-38

The varsity girls basketball team sank 5 of 6 free throws down the stretch in a 41-38 victory at Concord Saturday.  McKenzie Leed and Aryn Eash led the offense with 14 points each.  Lucy Zeiger hauled in 7 rebounds, while Leed had 6 steals, and Eash 5 steals.

Award Recipients Named In Jr. High Cheer

Junior High Cheer recognized award recipients at a Noon Luncheon Friday. Congratulations To The Following Recipients: Kaylynn Curley, Mental Attitude; Alexis Wilfing, Most Improved; Kelsey Anders, Most Valuable.  

Jr. High Football Recognizes Award Recipients

  The junior high football team held its awards recognition program Wednesday Nov. 12. Congratulations to the following award recipients: 7th Grade Football Kolby Watts, Coaches Award; Jake Martin, Mental Attitude; Trent Emerick, Most Improved; Robbie Pope, Most Valuable; Brian Licona, Defensive Play of the Year. The 7th Grade finished with a 5 – 2

Football Recognizes Award Recipients

The high school football team held its award recognition program Wednesday Nov. 12. Congratulations to the following recipients: Josiah Rock, Most Valuable Defense; Mason Leed, Most Valuable Special Teams; Isaac Eash, Most Valuable Offense; Luke Wilson, Most Improved. Ben Norton II, Most Valuable Defense; Alec Baker, Lancer Pride; J.C. Oudes, Mental Attitude. The Lancers finished

Ryan Bettcher Signs to Play Baseball at The University of Cincinnati

LaVille’s Ryan Bettcher signed a national letter of intent to play college baseball with The University of Cincinnati Bearcats.  Ryan, the son of Rod and Michelle Bettcher, will  earn a total of four letters playing baseball at LaVille.  On the baseball diamond, Ryan has earned All-NSC honors for the past three seasons (Honorable mention as