LaVille Boys 8th Grade Basketball

  • Overall Record: 11 - 1
  • Conference Record: N/A

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LaVille Jr. High Adds Basketball Opponent

LAKEVILLE, IN. – The LaVille Athletic Department has added a game to the 2020-21 junior high basketball schedule. LaVille will play host to St. Michael’s Catholic School of Plymouth on January 6, 2021.  The seventh grade is scheduled to tip at 5 p.m., with the eighth grade to follow.  

JH Bkb v. Urey – Canceled

The following event has been canceled. Urey Middle School Basketball at LaVille originally scheduled for November 9.  

Jr. High Basketball Tryouts Announced

LAKEVILLE, IN. – The LaVille Junior High Basketball team will have tryouts beginning Tuesday, October 20. Practice time will be fro 3:30 p.m. to 5 p.m. October 20 through 23 in the auxiliary gym. The seventh grade coach will be Aaron Williams and the eighth grade coach will be Austin Brooks. Student-Athletes are reminded that

Dennie Reflects On 28 Years Of Coaching

LAKEVILLE, IN. – When Lee Dennie was hired as a teacher 38 years ago at LaVille Jr.-Sr. High School, it probably never crossed his mind what a strong relationship he would develop with many staff members and the lives of student-athletes that he would touch. Along the way the course of his 28 years of

Eighth Grade Holds Awards Recognition Program

LAKEVILLE, IN. – The LaVille Eighth Grade Basketball team held its awards recognition program recently. Congratulations to the following award recipients: Lucas Plummer, MVP John Andert, Mental Attitude Erik Bedock, Most Improved The LaVille eighth grade finished with a 4 – 8 overall record and 2 – 5 in the Hoosier North Athletic Conference.

Junior High Girls Basketball To Host Winter Classic

  LAKEVILLE, IN. – The LaVille Junior High Girls Basketball team will host the Winter Classic on Saturday, February 15. Argos, Rochester, and Winamac will join the Lancers, as both the seventh and eighth grade will get into action. Gates will open at 8 a.m. and patrons are reminded to park in the west lot