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Rock, Wagoner Selected September Athlete Of The Month

LAKEVILLE, IN. – After nominations from fall head coaches, and an open vote on, LaVille cross country runner Faith Rock and LaVille football player Riley Wagoner have been selected September Athlete of the Month. Rock, a freshman, was the Lancers top female runner this fall.  She excelled in the Hoosier North Athletic Conference Championships

Co-Ed Cross Country Concludes Season At IHSAA Sectional

SOUTH BEND, IN. – LaVille recently participated in the IHSAA co-ed cross country sectional at Erskine in South Bend. In the boys race, there were a total of 62 Runners. Leading the Lancers was a 54th-place finish by Connor Henry.  Henry toured the Erskine course in 23-minutes, 48-seconds.  Caleb Christy was not far behing, finishing in

Rock, Christy Lead LaVille Co-Ed Cross Country In HNAC Championships

  WINAMAC, IN. – LaVille High School Co-Ed Cross Country wrapped up its season at the Hoosier North Athletic Conference Championships at Winamac Town Park. Faith Rock finished with a top 20 finish at 20th-place and new personal record 24:04.46. Eve Miller also set a new personal best with a 31st-place finish and a time

Rock, Nies, Miller Finish 1-2-3; Christy, Henry Lead Boys In Final Home XC Meet

LAKEVILLE, IN. – The varsity co-ed cross country team hosted South Bend Career Academy and Argos in a triangular meet. Argos had the only full team and won the boys team event. Prior to the meet, LaVille Cross Country Coach Erin Ecker paused to acknowledge senior Eve Miller for her dedication to the program.  Miller

Lancer Co-Ed Cross Country Finding Personal Success

LaVille High School and LaVille Junior High School co-ed cross country is finding personal success as the 2018 season moves to the final portion of the season. Recently in a meet at North Judson-San Pierre Jr-Sr High School, all teams enjoyed more comfortable temperatures. Eighteen runners recorded season personal best. In the varsity event, no

Lancer Co-Ed Cross Country Participates In 20-Team Caston Invitational

    FULTON, IN. – The LaVille Co-Ed Cross Country program participated in the 20-team Caston Invitational. In the boys event, Connor Henry finished 85th to lead the Lancers, while Caleb Christy was 89th.  Caston’s Mitchell Rans was the overall winner, touring the 3.1-mile course in 17-minutes, 13-second. Caston won the team championship with 69

LaVille High School, Junior High Co-Ed Cross Country At Caston Invitational

FULTON, IN. – The LaVille High School and Junior High Co-Ed Cross Country program will travel to the annual Caston Invitational.  The event will be September 1 at Caston Jr-Sr High School. The junior high girls race will begin at 9 a.m., with the junior high boys event to follow at 9:30 a.m. The high

Co-Ed Cross Country Hosts Bremen, Triton; Christy, Rock Lead Lancer Effort

  LAKEVILLE, IN. – The LaVille Co-Ed Cross team hosted Bremen and Triton in a triangular meet.    A total of 42 runners braved the warm and humid conditions, as the heat index rose to the mid- to upper-90s. Bremen took overall team honors in both the boys race and girls race. Caleb Christy led

EVE MILLER: “Be Ready To Work Hard”

LAKEVILLE, IN. – Senior Eve Miller says considering being a student-athlete should  “. . . be ready to work hard.” Miller runs cross country at LaVille Jr-Sr High School and is the latest in the Senior Profile Series. “Younger kids that are considering student athletics should try the things they’re interested in,” said Miller.  “And

LaVille HS Co-Ed Cross Country Participate In Fairfield Invitational

  BENTON, IN. – The LaVille High School Co-Ed cross country team participated in the Fairfield Invitational. Faith Rock was the top Lancer female runner, touring the 3.1-mile course in 27-minutes, 31-seconds.  Rock finished 19th overall. Conner Henry was the top Lancer male runner, finishing the 3.1-miles course in 23-minutes, 43-seconds. Henry finished 30th overall.