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Boettcher, DeLaurelle Share Unique UCA London Experience

LAKEVILLE, IN. – LaVille cheer members had a unique opportunity during the Christmas break. Senior Siyara DeLaurelle and sophomore Alexis Boettcher had the chance to join over 1,000 Universal Cheer Association (UCA) members on a tour and cheer performance in London. Both DeLaurelle and Boettcher are a part of the LaVille High School Cheer Crew.  LaVille

2019-2020 Winter High School Cheer

2019-2020 Winter High School Cheer Skylor Adwell, Kamri Aguirre, Kelsey Anders, Kaidyn Baker, Lexie Boettcher, Jaden Bunce, Siyara DeLaurelle, McCynah Lewis, Allyson Maenhout, Annabelle Miller, Jake Ols, DaeVonna Rhodes, Maria Sheridan, Sydney Sheridan, Meghan Shreve, Arielle Trevino, Trevor Wickizer, Jorryn Zellers. Cheer Coach: Kelsey Miller  

Winter Athletic Picture Date Set

LAKEVILLE, IN. – The LaVille Athletic Department has announced that winter team / individual pictures will be taken on Thursday, December 5. All pictures will be taken in Dale E. Cox Gymnasium. 3:30 p.m. – Girls Basketball 3:50 p.m. – Wrestling 4:10 p.m. – Boys Basketball 4:40 p.m. – Jr. High Boys Basketball 5:00 p.m.

Sportsmanship . . . We Need You Lancer Nation!

LAKEVILLE, IN. – Hey Lancer Nation! It’s time for the winter athletic season to start.  We need your help in representing our community with a more positive approach to sportsmanship at all education-based athletic events. Please help us by cheering for all student-athletes …. Be part of the solution! Please give the officials of each

Are We Ready For The Challenge . . . The IHSAA Sportsmanship Challege?

  LAKEVILLE, IN. – As we begin the transition from fall outdoor athletic events to winter indoor athletic events, the competition will continue. How will you, our patrons, the adult leaders, Lancer Nation respond to the pressure when things heat up? Sportsmanship, quite simply, translates to lessons in citizenship for the 160,000 young men and women

Cheer Meeting Scheduled for September 30

  LaVille Cheer will host an open practice for individuals who missed tryouts and are interested in winter cheer to observe, ask questions, and talk with Coach Miller about the LaVille Cheer schedule and expectations. The meeting will be held September 30th in the auxillary gym from 4:00-5:30. Any students interested in cheering for Lancer Basketball, should

LaVille Cheer Tryout Date Set

LAKEVILLE, IN. – LaVille cheer coach Kelsi Miller has set a date for cheer tryouts for the 2019-2020 school year. Anyone interested in trying out for either football, basketball, or competition cheer for the 2019-2020 school, there will be a mandatory tryout/ meeting after school on Monday May 6, from 3:45- 5:30. Please meet in the

Cartwright, DeLaurelle Selected February Athlete Of The Month

LAKEVILLE, IN. – After nominations from winter head coaches, and an open vote on www.lavilleathletics.com, cheer crew member Siyara DeLaurelle and wrestler Alex Cartwright have been selected February Athlete of the Month. The LaVille Athletic Department and Lapaz Lions Club sponsor the monthly honor. DeLaurelle received 55% of the vote, while basketball player Natalie Gonzalez

LaVille Cheer Hosts First Competition; Takes Second In Small School Division

  LAKEVILLE, IN. – The LaVille High School Cheer Crew hosted its first competition. The Lancers hosted a total of seven other schools, split into a small varsity division and a large varsity division.  There was also a co-ed division.  Three judges scored the event and trophies and spirit sticks were awarded. LaVille finished in

Beehler, Shreve Selected January Athlete Of The Month

LAKEVILLE, IN. – After nominations from winter head coaches, and an open vote on www.lavilleathletics.com, cheer crew member Meghan Shreve and basketball player Jared Beehler have been selected January Athlete of the Month. The LaVille Athletic Department and Lapaz Lions Club sponsor the monthly honor. Shreve won 84% of the vote as compared to 16%