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Volleyball To Meet Rochester In State Volleyball Tournament

  BREMEN, IN. – When you talk to LaVille Volleyball coach Pat Whiteman-Gring, she understands that execution, among other things, are important factors in her Lancer squad defeating Rochester and a chance to play for a sectional championship Saturday. LaVille (14-12) and Rochester (14-7) both drew a first-round bye during the IHSAA blind draw and

Lancers On The Field: Sydney Coblentz

LAKEVILLE, IN. – LVH1 had the opportunity to interview volleyball player Sydney Coblentz. Coblentz talks about her start in volleyball, going through COVID, reaching senior night with her classmates and family, the upcoming IHSAA Sectional, and her future plans. Click on the link below to catch the interview with Sydney: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1iYbX1g8BIzpS96IqsEQN74tl-brpQqCE/view?usp=sharing

GAMEDAY: Class 2A #14 LaVille To Close Season At Culver Community

LAKEVILLE, IN. – The LaVille Football team has experienced both ends of the spectrum over the course of the last two weeks.  On Oct. 2, the Lancers won an emotional, come-from-behind 17-14 victory in the final two minutes in a non-conference showdown with rival John Glenn. Last week, LaVille rallied from down a touchdown to

Lancer Trio Earns HNAC Soccer Honors

The Hoosier North Athletic Conference has selected the all-conference boy’s soccer team. A total of 14 players were selected first-team All-HNAC, while six were recognized with honorable mention status. LaVille’s Riley Kwiatkowski and Logan Plummer were named to the first team, while Kaiden Rush earned All-HNAC honorable mention status. Culver’s Damien Byers was selected as

Football Drops HNAC Heartbreaker To NJSP

LAKEVILLE, IN. – In a game featuring different styles, it was the kicking game that proved the difference as Class 1A #9 North Judson-San Pierre defeated Class 2A #12 LaVille 9-7 in high school football at Lancer Field. The BlueJays came into Friday’s contest as a team that runs the wishbone offense, or a variation of