LaVille Girls Varsity Soccer

  • Overall Record: 7 - 9
  • Conference Record: N/A

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Lancer Cup Soccer Pairings Set

LAKEVILLE, IN. – Pairings for the annual Lancer Cup Soccer Tournament have been announced. The event will take place September 8 at Newton Park in Lakeville, IN. Bethany Christian, Elkhart Central, and Oregon-Davis, join LaVille in the boys tournament. Bethany Christian, Blackhawk Christian, and Concord join LaVille in the girls tournament. Admission will be $7

KELSEY ASCHENBRENNER: “Find A Group Of Friends That Challenge And Support You”

LAKEVILLE, IN. – Senior Kelsey Aschenbrenner plays soccer, basketball and helps with Unified Track at LaVille High School.  Aschenbrenner is the first of the fall Senior Profile Series. We will pick a senior from each fall sport over the next several weeks to highlight and learn a little more about each one of them. When

Coaching Staff Gets Change To Observe In Girls Soccer Scrimmage Against Argos

  LAKEVILLE, IN. – Second-year LaVille Girls Soccer coach Daniel Pleninger and the coaching staff got their first chance to observe the Lancers play an opponent during a scrimmage against Argos at Newton Park. LHS is coming off a sectional title, a 15-4 overall record, and finished the regular season as the Indiana Soccer Coaches

“Great Learning Experience” During Summer Soccer Friendlies

LAKEVILLE, IN. – The summer is about individual, as well as, team development.  Each individual player has the chance to work on ball handling skills, passing to work the ball up field, defensive strategy, and goal keeping skills that will increase overall confidence.  Most importantly, the players get a chance to play. Over a pair of

POLL RESULTS: Aschenbrenner Chosen “Top Individual Story Of 2017-18 School Year”

LAKEVILLE, IN. – 2018 graduate Lindsey Aschenbrenner has been selected the Top Individual Athletic Story of the 2017-2018 School Year. After a poll that www.lavilleathletics.com had open for nine days, a total of 333 votes were cast and Aschenbrenner received 26-percent of the vote.  Nathan Nichols-Petersen finished second with 14-percent of the vote, while Aryn