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Girls Basketball: Ellie Kivell Commits to Wilmington College

Senior Basketball guard Ellie Kivell committed this week to play college basketball at Wilmington College in Wilmington, OH.  Ellie decided on Wilmington after considering attending college at Urbana Univesity, Mount Union and Indiana University East. The 5’6″ Kivell has been a two year varsity letter winner earning significant minutes off the bench averaging 11 minutes […]

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2013-14 All-JournalNews Top GB Honorees Cannatelli, Staples, Whitaker, and Wells; Coach Fishman gets Top Honor!

The Southwestern Buckeye League has produced the top honorees on the 2013-14 JournalNews All-Area prep girls basketball team. Congratulations to Coach Fishman and all the honorees listed on the JournalNews All Hoops List! All-JN  Girls Hoops All-JN Hoops Team All-JN Hoops Final Stats

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2015 Girls Basketball Classic in the Country Schedule Announced

The 2015 Classic in the Country Schedule has been released according to JJJuddle and the Firebirds have a tough schedule playing two 2014 regional runner-up squads in Solon and Wadsworth.  The Firebirds are set to play Wadsworth at 3:20pm on Sunday, January 18th and Solon at 3:00pm on Monday, January 19th.  The Firebirds played in […]

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Alumni: Stacie Lee named Tourney MVP and USCAA Women’s Division II National Basketball Champ!

Article found at 2008 LW Graduate Stacie Lee completes her collegian career by averaging a double-double thru the USCAA Division II National Tournament and being named the Tournament MVP. Stacie graduates this April with an Early Childhood Ed degree. Congrats Stacie! #westpride Clermont Women’s Basketball

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Bw’s BLAZIN’ Athletes of the Week 3/3/14 – 3/9/14

Bw’s Blazin’ Athletes of the Week PAST Athletes of The Week 3/3/14 -3/9/14 Nia Staples Sophomore, Basketball Nia achieved two career highs in Saturday’s regional final game at Wright State’s Nutter Center. Staples high marks were 20 points and 7 assists.  She handled the ball at the point guard position in a fast paced game […]

Firebirds fall to the Vikings in Slugfest…88-75

Picture by Jenny Walters Photography Box Score Summary by Bob Ashby: West opened the game with their vaunted full court press causing Princeton to turn the ball over four times in the first 85 seconds which enabled the Firebirds to score the first five points of the contest.  After the initial shock the veteran Vikings […]

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If It Happened Once It Can Happen Again! written by Bob Ashby

The Lakota Boys were expected to have a very good basketball team in 1991-92, and they did.  The problem was that another GMC school, Hamilton, had a great team.  Hamilton was led by Chris Kingsbury.  Kingsbury could do incredible things like throw nearly full court passes behind his back and lay 30 or more points […]

Alumni: Alexis Rogers Clinches Outright MAC Division Title against former Firebird Teammates!

Article found at Article found at Alexis Rogers leads Bowling Green with 21 points and 6 rebounds to win the 2014 MAC Division Title. The picture below shows former teammates Alexis Rogers (BGSU) Kindsay Brandt, Erica Almady (MIAMI) Brigit Reder (Professional Soccer Player) and Riley Fishman showing their “W”s after the game. #westpride  

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Student Fan Bus to Girls Basketball Regional Championship Game

The Lakota West Athletic Department is providing a free student fan bus (or two)  to the OHSAA Girls Basketball Regional Championship game at the Wright State Nutter Center on Saturday.  The Lakota West Firebirds will face off against GMC foe Princeton Vikings at 7:30pm.  The first 100 students to turn in the permission form to […]

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West beats Centerville 69-58! Up Next…Princeton in the Elite 8! (Video & Pics)

Box Score Summary by Bob Ashby: West took an early lead and moved out to an 18-11 first quarter advantage making it look like a win might come easy.  Centerville, who came into the game with a 23-3 record and ranked 9th in the state, used the second quarter to dispel that notion. By half […]

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