LaVille Girls Varsity Volleyball

  • Overall Record: 5 - 17 - 1
  • Conference Record: N/A

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IHSAA Releases New Alignments For Fall, Winter Sports

INDIANAPOLIS, IN. – The IHSAA Executive Committee approved the sectional assignments in six team sports for the next two school years. Following a minor adjustment made in boys soccer, the Executive Committee accepted the recommendations of the respective realignment committees which determined the sectional groups for the 2019‐20 and 2020‐21 school years. In football, different

High School Volleyball Organizational Meeting Date Set

LAKEVILLE, IN. – The LaVille High School athletic department is proud to announce the hiring of Pat Gring as its next volleyball coach. There will be an organizational meeting for current eighth graders through current juniors on May 22.  The meeting will begin at 6:30 p.m. and will be held in the cafeteria.  Potential volleyball

Cox Gymnasium Set For Renovation; Origional Floor Pieces Available For Purchase

  LAKEVILLE, IN. – Cox Gymnasium is set for renovation! The official go-ahead to renovate Dale E. Cox Gymnasium on the campus of LaVille Jr.-Sr. High School has been granted. The project is officially underway in the gym that was built for the 1965-66 school year. That project will include a complete overhaul, according to

Unruh, Cox Selected October Athlete Of The Month

  LAKVILLE, IN. – After nominations from fall head coaches, and an open vote on, LaVille volleyball player Karly Unruh and LaVille boy’s soccer player Rilye Cox have been selected October Athlete of the Month. The monthly honor is sponsored by the LaVille Athletic Department and Lapaz Lions Club. Unruh, a junior, played middle hitter

Volleyball Recognizes Award Recipients

  LAKEVILLE, IN. – The LaVille Volleyball team recently held its awards recognition. LaVille finished with a 7-23 overall record and 1-6 in the Hoosier North Athletic Conference.   Congratulations to the following award recipients: Mental Attitude: Katelynn Beam Most Improved: Sydney Coblentz Defensive Most Valuable: Charlet Kapke Offensive Most Valuable: Isabella Kertai JV Most

CHARLET KAPKE: “Finish All Homework When It Is Assigned”

  LAKEVILLE, IN. – Senior Charlet Kapke plays volleyball, tennis and is a member of the cheer squad at LaVille High School.  Kapke is the latest edition of the fall Senior Profile Series. Being a student-athlete can keep many busy.  Kapke explains her philosophy on being a student-athlete and how to handle all the responsibility.

LaVille Fall Student-Athletes Selected To All-HNAC Academic List

LAKEVILLE, IN. – The Hoosier North Athletic Conference has announced recipients of the HNAC All-Academic Team for the 2018 fall athletic season.  A total of 21 LaVille student-athletes representing six fall sports were selected – LaVille Boys Cross Country, LaVille Girls, Cross Country, LaVille Football, LaVille Boys Soccer, LaVille Girls Soccer, and LaVille Volleyball.   LaVille recipients include: Katelynn Beam,

All-HNAC Volleyball Squad Announced; Kapke, Kertai Selected HM

  LAKEVILLE, IN. – The Hoosier North Athletic Conference volleyball coaches met recently to select the all-conference team.  Fourteen were selected first-team All-HNAC, while seven were tabbed honorable mention. LaVille’s Charlet Kapke and Isabella Kertai earned honorable mention recognition. Kertai led the conference in digs with 147 which accounts for a 6.1 average. Kapke was

Kapke Selected Academic All-State By IHSVCA

LAKEVILLE, IN. – The Indiana High School Volleyball Coaches Association has released its Academic All-State list of student-athletes for the fall of 2018. LaVille senior Charlet Kapke is one of 345 student-athletes that met the required critria set forth by the IHSVCA.  More than 170 high schools have at least one or more Academic All-State

Volleyball Eliminated From IHSAA State Tournament

The LaVille volleyball team was eliminated from the IHSAA state tournament following a 3-0 loss to Westview. Charlet Kapke led the defense with 23 digs abd Julia Hall had a stuff block. The offensive attack was led by Isabella Kertai with three kills, while Karly Unruh and Hall added two each.  Sydney Coblentz had an