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2017-2018 Winter Results

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Lakota West 2017-2018
Winter Sports Results

1/18/2018, 10:37 PM
Boys Basketball

Date Opponent W/L Score Overall 
Record
GMC 
Record
Game Summary Stats
12/1 at Turpin L 47-64 0-1 0-0 Turpin took an early lead and stretched it to 17 (21-38) by the intermission.  The Firebirds played them even in the second half but the damage had already been done.  Jared McCorkle scored a team-high 14 points but was the only West player able to achieve double figures. Stats
12/8 Oak Hills    L  46-48     0-2     0-1 The Firebirds had the cities 6th ranked team, Oak Hills, on the ropes but couldn’t keep them there. With only 2:39 remaining in the game West had the Highlanders down by 9 (42-33), and were standing at the free throw line with 1 & bonus situation that could have pushed the lead to double figures. That free throw opportunity was squandered starting the fatal slide to defeat. In the final 2.5 minutes, the Firebirds could only make 4 of 9 freebies while Oak Hills made a perfect 5 of 5 from the charity stripe with the final two coming just seconds before the game ended to set the final score at 46-48. Max Kiker led the Firebirds in scoring with 13. He made 4 of 8 from beyond the three-point arc, two coming from NBA range. Carter Combs came off the bench to tally 10 points in 13 minutes. West outrebounded the Highlanders 31 to 26 but had 12 turnovers to Oak Hills 6 which resulted in a 6 point (17-11) scoring advantage for Oak Hills.  Stats
12/9 Winton Woods  W  46-45  1-2  0-1 The Firebirds brought the home crowd to their feet with a late-game charge that yielded them their first win of the new season. Thirteen points down (28-41) and with less than six minutes remaining the Firebirds came surging back. Contrary to their previous nights’ loss when fourth-quarter free throw misses were their undoing the free throw stripe was the Firebirds friend tonight. Cameron Schaffer started a 10-0 scoring run with two made free throws and Jared McCorkle ended that run with two made free throws, leaving the Firebirds a manageable three points behind (40-43) with three minutes left in the contest. With the score tied, and only 1.8 seconds remaining Spencer Farthing was at the line with on free throw remaining and made it to seal the victory. Jared McCorkle was the games high scorer with 12 points and also contributed a team-high two assists. The Firebirds battled to a 34-25 rebounding advantage over the taller Warriors. That led to a 7-6 advantage in second-chance points, exactly the margin of final victory. Mitch Wagner pulled down 5 boards to lead West in rebounding.  Stats
12/12 at Princeton  L  40-75  1-3  0-2 A tall (6’ 5” average for starting five) and talented Viking team sprinted out to a 14-0 lead in the first six minutes. They used their size to smother the West inside game by blocking 5 shots and not giving the Firebirds anything in close. The Firebirds put up six more shots (47 to 41) than Princeton but shot a dismal 27.7% compared to Princeton’s 68.3%. The only Firebird to meet with much scoring success. was Max Kiker who scored a team-leading 16 points. Kiker made 6 of 10 field goals with 4 of 6 coming from beyond the three-point arc.  Stats
12/15 Sycamore  W  65-60  2-3  1-2 West trailed in the first quarter (8-13) but battled back to take a maximum lead of 12 (34-22) midway through the third quarter and then hung on for the win. The Firebirds leading scorer for the second consecutive game was Max Kiker with 16. Kiker was also the teams leading rebounder with 6. Myles Greenwood came off the bench to scored a personal best 14 points and was only one rebound behind Kiker. Jared McCorkle added 10 points to the Firebird total. This marked the first time in the last 24 games that Lakota West had had as many as three players score in double figures in the same game.  Stats
12/19 LaSalle  W  53-64  2-4  1-2  The Firebirds won the first (11-9) and third (12-9) quarters then tied the Lancers (26-26) in the fourth quarter but all this good work was undone by sustaining a (4-20) deficit in the second stanza.  West also excelled at the free throw line hitting on 11/13 (84.6%) but the Lancers got to the charity stripe an incredible 32 times making 25, more than enough to give them the win.  Max Kiker had a team-best 14 points.  Myles Greenwood and Jared McCorkle tied for game-high rebounding honors, with 5 carooms each.  Stats
12/22 at Mason L  34-68  2-5  1-3 West got off to a promising start by making three trey’s in the opening minutes to take a 9-7 lead. After that everything went the Comet’s way.  The Firebirds ended up making only 12 of 50 (24.0%) from the field compared to Mason’s 24 of 47 (51.1%).  Jared McCorkle made 2 of the 3 trey’s that gave West the early lead and finished the evening with a team-high 11 points.  Stats
12/30 Kings  W  52-37      3-5      1-3  West bested Kings in an inter conference (GMC/ECC) match up. The Firebirds moved out to a comfortable half time lead (29-14) and then played the Knights even in the second half.  Carter Combs was the games leading scorer with 13 points.  Other double figure scorers were Max Kiker (12 pts.) and Myles Greenwood (10 pts.).  Greenwood was also the team leader in rebounds (7), steals (3), and shot blocks (2).  Stats
1/5 at Hamilton  L  32-60  3-6  1-4 West never led but were down by a single possession (17-20) at the end of the first half. Twenty minutes into the third quarter the Firebirds were behind by only 5 points (19-24) after having just missed 6 consecutive free throws. Hamilton finished the game with a 17-2 scoring run over the final 4 minutes to turn what had been a competitive game into a rout.  Stats
1/9 Fairfield  L  44-46  3-7  1-5 This was yet another back and forth game with 6 ties  and 9 lead changes.   The last tie (44-44) came with 1:50 remaining but left West with the advantage of ball possession. Unfortunately the Firebirds had 3 turnovers in the last 1:37 which ultimately led to the loss.  Mitch Wagner  led the team in scoring with 14 points and was the game rebounding leader with 6 boards.  Wagner shot a perfect 7 for 7 from the field.  Stats
1/13 at Oak Hills  L  37-52  3-8  1-6 The Firebirds stayed close to the Scots for three quarters trailing by one after the first quarter, three at the half and only 4 points entering the final stanza.  The game was  decided at the free throw line where Oak Hills turned a 17 point advantage into a 15 point win.  The Firebirds shot a meager 33.3% (4/12) at the charity stripe while the Scots were making an exceptional 87.5% (21-24).  Eight West players contributed to the scoring but none reached double figures.  Stats
1/16 at St. Xavier  L  47-62  3-9  1-6 West had free throw problems for the second consecutive game making just 8/16 compared to the Bombers 20/30 which accounted for 12 of the Firebirds final 15 point deficit.  Jarid McCorkle scored a game high and career personal best 15 points.  McCorkle connected on a perfect 4 for 4 from the free throw line.  He also made 4 of 8 shots from the field which included 3 for 4 from behind the three point arc.
1/19 at Lakota East
1/23 Colerain
1/26 at Sycamore
1/30 at Middletown
2/2 Mason
2/6 Princeton
2/9 Lakota East
2/10 at Moeller
2/13 at Colerain
2/16 Hamilton
86th Ohio (OHSAA) State Tournament
199 Division 1 Teams Competing
2/TBA TBA Tournament Seed Meeting will take place on 2/11.

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Girls Basketball

Date Opponent W/L Score Overall 
Record
GMC 
Record
Game Summary Stats
11/25 Hamilton Hts., Tennessee L 40-55 0-1 0-0 OGBR’s Journey to the Tourney Event at Lakota West’s Main Street Arena.
West opened against Hamilton Heights Christian Academy, (Chattanooga, Tennessee).  The Hawks were playing in their third game of the season as they entered the evening with a 2-0 record and ranked #5 in the country by USA Today girls basketball.   West led by a point (23-22) at the intermission and led (27-26) after the fifth lead change of the game occurred at the 3:54 mark in the third stanza.  At that point, the Hamilton Hawks used their superior height (starting team 6’+ average, with a 6’ 7” post player) to wear down the Firebirds and began to pull away.  Abby Prohaska recorded a scoring/rebounding double-double (13 pts./10 reb.).  Freshman Kailyn Dudukovich scored 8 points and picked off 3 rebounds in her high school debut.  Sarah Jones and Madisyn Oxley each dished off a team-high 3 assists.
Stats
11/26 Beavercreek W 54-28 1-1 0-0 OGBR Journey to the Tourney, 2nd Day.
Lakota West’s full-court pressure to open the game left the Beavers in a daze as the Firebirds raced out to an 18 point lead in the first half.  Abby Prohaska led the game opening charge by making 4 out of 5 trey attempts while scoring 16 points by the halftime break.  Abby had her second double-double in two nights ending the evening with 18 points and 10 boards.  She also picked off a game-high 5 steals. Prohaska, Ally Haar, and freshman Jordaynia Ivie chipped in with 3 assists each.  Twelve Firebirds saw action on the court with eight contributing to the scoring.
Stats
11/29 Oak Hills W 75-32 2-1 1-0 Oak Hills could never find the combination to unlock West’s pressure defense as the Firebirds forged a 30 to 4 point advantage in points off of turnovers.  West subs were shuttling in and out of the game before the first quarter was concluded.  For the evening the Firebird subs tallied 40 points off the bench compared to the Highlanders 16 bench points.  Thirteen West players played significant minutes with eleven contributing to the scoring.  Starter Neveah Dean was the games high scorer with 15 points which was also a new career personal best.  Dean tallied her 15 points in less than 15 minutes of on-court time.  Others scoring in double figures were Jasmine Ballow with 12, and Ally Haar with 10, both coming off the bench.  Abby Prohaska led the Firebirds with 8 rebounds and had game highs of 6 steals and 5 assists. Stats
12/2 Sycamore W 69-24 3-1 2-0 Sycamore spent the first quarter just trying to figure out how to get the ball over the midcourt stripe and ended the quarter trailing 21-2.  After West dialed back the defensive pressure they still outscored the Aviators at a 2 to 1 pace for the remainder of the game.  Four Firebirds scored in double figures paced by Nevaeh Dean and Jasmine Ballew, each with 13.  Senior starter Abby Prohaska and her freshman understudy, Kailyn Dudukovich both tallied 12 points. Ballew had the game-high rebounding total with 7 and Prohaska had a game-high assist total of 7. Brianna Henderson, working her way back from a recent ankle injury, picked off a game-high 5 steals in only 11 minutes of playing time. West’s 45 point win came with all starters logging less than 19 minutes of playing time. Stats
12/6 at Lakota East W 69-24 4-1 3-0 The Lakota West bench players scored 25 points, one more point than the entire Lakota East team.  This was another no lead change, no tie, no doubt about it game that pushed West’s lead in the East/West series to 32 wins against 4 losses. Abby Prohaska led all scorers with 19 points, and also led the Firebirds in rebounding (6), steals (3), and shot blocks (2).  Madisyn Oxley and Neveah Dean each contributed 10 points. Stats
12/9 at Hamilton  W  63-31  5-1  4-0 Jaydis Gales used just 15 minutes to a) run in a personal best 18 points, and b) to conduct a shooting clinic. Gales used her time on the court to make 7 of 7 field goals including 2 for 2 from behind the three-point arc and to make 2 of 2 free throws in a rarely seen display of shooting perfection. Abby Prohaska shared team scoring leadership with 18 points of her own. Neveah Dean barely missed a double-double. She was credited with a team-leading 9 rebounds to go with 9 points. The game was essentially over after the Firebirds outscored the Big Blue 30-11 in the second stanza.  Stats
12/13 at Princeton  W  73-47  6-1  5-0 West and Princeton came into this game tied at the top of GMC standings with matching 4-0 records. West soon dispelled any Princeton notions of parity however by surging out to a 35-13 lead by the intermission. For the fourth time this season the Firebirds had three players reach double-figure scoring; Abby Prohaska with 16, Neveah Dean with 13, and Jasmine Ballew adding 10. Prohaska was also the games leading rebounder with 9 carooms to her credit. Although on the Vikings home court the Firebirds showed that they were perfectly comfortable with the Princeton basket rims by shooting a very efficient 50.6 % from the field (31 of 61).  Stats
12/16 Mason  W  52-50  7-1  6-0 This was a typical Lakota West/Mason game. There were 12 lead changes and 9 ties with the game finally decided by a single point scored with just 1.8 seconds remaining in the game. That final and deciding point scored from the foul line was one of Abby Prohaska’s game-high total of 14. Freshman Kailyn Dudukovich came off the bench to spell Prohaska who got into first-half foul trouble. Dudukovich played like a veteran, pulling down a game-high 6 rebounds in addition to contributing 4 points to the win. Madisyn Oxley was on the court a team-leading 27 minutes. Oxley, known more for her scoring ability, was tabbed to guard the Comet’s 6’2” All-State 1st team shooting guard and leading scorer, Sammie Puisis. Puisis was held to 8 points, just half her season average when entering the game. Oxley also contributed a team-leading 3 assists in addition to adding 5 points of her own. West used 5 players off the bench and those five outscored their Comet counterparts 15-7.  Stats
12/28 Dayton Wayne  W  60-43  8-1  6-0 Kemba Hoops Fest Game— The score was tied 12-12 after one quarter but West took a 5 point advantage into the intermission and steadily lengthened the lead in the second half.  Abby Prohaska led the Firebirds in scoring with 20 points. She shared rebounding leadership with Jasmine Ballew with 6 each and assist leadership with Bryanna Henderson, both with 4.  Stats
12/29 McAuley  W  53-48  9-1  6-0 Kemba Hoops Fest Game– This was one of the most closely contested games in this year hoops fest.  There were 9 lead changes before the fourth quarter, but none after that.  The fourth quarter started in a 40-40 tie, was tied at 46-46 with 3:19 remaining, and was tied for the seventh and last time, 48-48 with 1:34 to go.  Nevaeh Dean put West ahead to stay at the 59.9 mark with two made free throws to give West a 50-48 lead.  Dean made 7 of 8 from the charity stripe and contributed 12 points to the win.  Jasmine Ballew made a free throw with 11.8 seconds to go to stretch the Firebird lead to 51-48 and finished the evening with a team high of 13 points.  Abby Prohaska sealed the deal with two more free throws that put West ahead 53-48 with just 4.5 seconds remaining.  Prohaska led the team in rebounding with 7, assists with 4, and steals with 5 in addition to contributing 12 points.  Stats
1/6 Colerain  W  91-18  10-1  7-0 West held their maximum lead of 75 points (87-12) late in the third quarter.  Thirteen Firebirds played, 11 scored, with 5 scoring in double figures.  Abby Prohaska led the way with 15 points followed by Kaiylin Dudukovich (13), Jasmine Ballew (12), Nevaeh Dean (12) and Ally Haar (11).  Haar made three of four shots from behind the arc and was credited with a team leading 5 assists.  Bryanna Henderson was the games steals leader with 6.  Stats
1/10 at Middletown  W  81-21  11-1  8-0 Nine Firebirds saw action in the first quarter as they sprinted out to a 23-4 lead enroute to their 20th consecutive GMC win.  Abby Prohaska was the games leading scorer with 19 points. Also scoring in double figures were Kailyn Dudukovich who came off the bench to score 12 and starter Jasmine Ballew who added 11.  Early in the second quarter Prohaska picked up her third steal of the game bringing her career total to 238, a new West record.  The previous record of 237 was set by Lauren Cannatelli and had stood since 2015.  Prohaska added an additional pick before the evening ended.  Neveah Dean was the game rebounding leader with 6 boards.  Stats
1/14 Canton Glen Oak  W  49-26  12-1  8-0 Classic in the Country at Hiland H.S., Berlin, Ohio–  The Firebirds suffered through a cold 2nd quarter scoring only 2 points and found themselves trailing 14-19 at the intermission. They came out with their fierce pressure defense to start the third quarter sparking a 27-0 (13 minute) scoring run against Glen Oak. The Eagles were unable to score a point in the 3rd quarter while  Jasmine Ballew ignited the West scoring in this run with a FG early in the period.  Ally Haar contributed  8 points to the run by sinking 2 FT and 2 treys.  Sarah  Jones scored the last 5 points of the run by making  a 2pt and then a 3pt FG in a span of 10 seconds.  Glen Oak entered the contest with a record of 9-4.  Stats
1/15 Wadsworth W  44-32  13-1  8-0 Classic in the Country (CIC)– Seniors Abby Prohaska, Madison Oxley, and Sarah Jones all played in their eighth CIC games and for Prohaska it was her eighth starting assigment at the CIC.  She left the floor with game leading totals of 14 points, 8 streals, and 4 assists in her farewell appearance. Wadsworth entered the game ranked 12th in the state AP division 1 poll.   This was a low scoring game in part because both squads were playing in their second hard game in slightly under 24 hours.  Stats
1/18 Fairfield  W  60-41  14-1  9-0 Throw Back Thursday Game Night at Old Lakota Gym– No ties, no lead changes, and never a doubt about the final outcome.  West’s scoring leaders were Abby Prohaka with 15 points and Ally Haar with 10.  West dominated the boards taking down 45 rebounds to the Indians 24.  Twenty five of the Firebirds rebounds came off the offensive glass.
1/20 at Oak Hills
1/24 at Sycamore
1/27 Lakota East
1/31 Hamilton
2/3 at Colerain
2/7 Princeton
2/10 at Mason
43rd Ohio (OHSAA) State Tournament
196 Division 1 Teams Competing
2/TBA TBA Tournament Seed Meeting will take place on 2/4.

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Chess

Date Opponent W/L Score GMC
Record
West Results
10/26 at Lakota East L 1-4 0-1 Board 1— Javier Bahns, Loss… Board 2— Kyle Fisher, Loss… Board 3— Alex Evert, Loss… Board 4— Drew Kates, Win… Board 5— Anitivir Taunque, Loss
10/31 Princeton W 3-2 1-1 Board 1— Javier Bahns, Loss… Board 2— Kyle Fisher, Loss… Board 3— Alex Evert, Win… Board 4— Drew Kates, Win… Board 5— Anitivir Taunque, Win
11/7 Mason L 0-5 1-2 Board 1— Javier Bahns, Loss… Board 2— Kyle Fisher, Loss… Board 3— Alex Evert, Loss… Board 4— Drew Kates, Loss… Board 5— Anitivir Taunque, Loss
11/9 at Hamilton W 5-0 2-2 Board 1— Javier Bahns, Win… Board 2— Kyle Fisher, Win… Board 3— Alex Evert, Win… Board 4— Drew Kates, Win… Board 5— Anitivir Taunque, Win
11/14 Middletown W 5-0 3-2 Board 1— Javier Bahns, Win… Board 2— Kyle Fisher, Win… Board 3— Alex Evert, Win… Board 4— Drew Kates, Win… Board 5— Anitivir Taunque, Win
11/16 at Oak Hills W 3-2 4-2 Board 1— Javier Bahns, Loss… Board 2— Kyle Fisher, Loss… Board 3— Alex Evert, Win… Board 4— Drew Kates, Win… Board 5— Anitivir Taunque, Win
11/28 Fairfield W 5-0 5-2 Board 1 — Javier Bahns, Win… Board 2— Kyle Fisher, Loss… Board 3— Alex Evert, Win… Board 4— Drew Kates, Win… Board 5— Anitivir Taunque, Win
11/30 Sycamore L 1-4 5-3 Board 1— Javier Bahns, Loss… Board 2— Kyle Fisher, Loss… Board 3— Alex Evert, Loss… Board 4— Drew Kates, Loss… Board 5— Anitivir Taunque, Win
Round Robin Matches
at Sycamore
12/6 Sycamore L 1-4 5-4 Board 1— Javier Bahns, Loss… Board 2— Kyle Fisher, Loss… Board 3— Alex Evert, Loss… Board 4— Drew Kates Loss… Board 5— Anitivir Taunque, Win
12/6 Fairfield W 4.5-.5 6-4 Board 1— Javier Bahns, Draw… Board 2— Kyle Fisher, Win… Board 3— Alex Evert, Win… Board 4— Drew Kates Win… Board 5— Anitivir Taunque, Win
12/6 Hamilton W 4-1 7-4 Board 1— Javier Bahns, Win… Board 2— Kyle Fisher, Win… Board 3— Alex Evert, Win… Board 4— Drew Kates Win… Board 5— Anitivir Taunque, Loss
12/6 Lakota East L 3-2 7-5 Board 1— Javier Bahns, Loss… Board 2— Kyle Fisher, Loss… Board 3— Alex Evert, Win… Board 4— Drew Kates Win… Board 5— Anitivir Taunque, Win
12/6 Princeton W 3-2 8-5 Board 1— Javier Bahns, Win… Board 2— Kyle Fisher, Loss… Board 3— Alex Evert, Win… Board 4— Drew Kates Win… Board 5— Anitivir Taunque, Loss
12/6 Mason L 0-5 8-6 Board 1— Javier Bahns, Loss… Board 2— Kyle Fisher, Loss… Board 3— Alex Evert, Loss… Board 4— Drew Kates Loss… Board 5— Anitivir Taunque, Loss
12/6 Middletown W 4-1 9-6 Board 1— Javier Bahns, Win… Board 2— Kyle Fisher, Win… Board 3— Alex Evert, Loss… Board 4— Drew Kates Win… Board 5— Anitivir Taunque, Win
12/6 Oak Hills W 3-2 10-6 Board 1— Javier Bahns, Loss… Board 2— Kyle Fisher, Loss… Board 3— Alex Evert, Win… Board 4— Drew Kates Win… Board 5— Anitivir Taunque, Win…Lakota West finished 4th in the final GMC standings

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Academic Quiz

Date Opponent W/L Score GMC/Overall
Record
West Participants
12/6 at Fairfield W 71-51 1-0 Jacob Moore, Robert Wetzler, Javier Bahns, Riley Downs, Tyler Muller, Cindy Zhang
12/6 at Fairfield W 74-56 2-0 Jacob Moore, Robert Wetzler, Javier Bahns, Riley Downs, Tyler Muller, Cindy Zhang, Jack Fogle
12/13 Sycamore  L    50-77             2-1 Jacob Moore, Kobe Cartwright, Maddy Wilson, Jack Fogle, Robert Wetzler, Riley Downs, Javier Bahns
12/13 Sycamore  W    54-50             3-1 Jacob Moore, Kobe Cartwright, Maddy Wilson, Robert Wetzler, Javier Bahns, Doug VanArsdale, Steven Sweeney, Trevor Bresnahan
1/9 Princeton  W  72-47  4-1 Jacob Moore, Kobe Cartwright, Maddy Wilson, Steven Sweeny, Cindy Zhang
1/9 Princeton  W  43-39  5-1 Jacob Moore, Kobe Cartwright, Maddy Wilson, Steven Sweeny, Cindy Zhang, Dough VanArsdale, Jack Fogle
1/10 Oak Hills  W  47-38  6-1 Jacob Moore, Robert Wetzler, Maddy Wilson, Cincy Zhang, Steven Sweeney, Javier Bahns, Riley Downs, Tyler Muller
1/10 Oak Hills  W  55-43  7-1 Jacob Moore, Robert Wetzler, Maddy Wilson, Cincy Zhang, Steven Sweeney, Javier Bahns, Riley Downs, Tyler Muller
1/17 at Colerain  W  59-30  8-1 Jacob Moore, Doug VanArsdale, Maddy Wilson, Steven Sweeney, Cindy Zhang, Trevor Bresnahan, Javier Bahns
1/17 at Colerain  W  43-31  9-1 Jacob Moore, Doug VanArsdale, Maddy Wilson, Steven Sweeney, Cindy Zhang, Trevor Bresnahan, Javier Bahns, Robert Wetzler
1/TBD at Middletown Make up date to be determined.
1/TBD at Middletown Make up date to be determined.
1/22 Lakota East
1/22 Lakota East
1/24 at Mason
1/24 at Mason
1/29 Hamilton
1/29 Hamilton

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Gymnastics

 

Date Event Team Placings

All Around Individual Winner

 

West Individual Scores & Places
(season high scores shown in bold)
1/7 Cross Town Flip Out Invitational,
hosted by Oak Hills
9 Schools Competing
1.Miamisburg  133.575
2. Turpin  131.075
3. Anderson  129.775
4. West  128.05
5. Centerville . 127.175
6. …
Lena Bercz
(Turpin)
35.60
West High Event Scorers:
Vault–Jordan Lauderback, 9.10, 2nd
Bars–Jordan Lauderback, 8.10, 9th
            Jean Nash, 8.10, 10th
Beam– Jordan Lauderback, 8.15, 10th
Floor– Jordan Lauderback, 8.60, 15th
AA–Jordan Lauderback, 33.95
1/20 Elk Invitational
at Centerville
1/27 Anderson Invitational
2/9 Oak Hills Quad
2/17 City Championships
42nd Ohio (OHSAA) State Meet
97 Division 1 Teams Competing
2/24 District Meet

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Boys Swimming

 

Date Event (D) Diving Included Team Placings Results/Highlights Meet Details
11/28 at Princeton
Tri-meet
1. Lakota East  101
2. Princeton  92
3. West  71
West Winner:
Kaleb Sackenheim, 50 free (23.57)
Results
11/30 at Turpin Tri-meet (D) 1. Turpin  154
2. Lakota East  78
3. West  47
West Winners:
None
(Best West Finish, 2nd in 400 free relay)
Results
12/6 St. Xavier Quad 1. St. Xavier Blue  207
2. St. Xavier White  132.5
3. Lakota East  84
4. West  73.5
West Top 3 Finishers:
2nd— Jackson Ford, Michael Lorenz, Kaleb Sackenheim, Alex Kelker, 400 free relay (3:43.46)
3rd— Michael Lorenz, 100 fly (54.64)
Results
12/9 Lakota Quad-meet
at
Keating Natatorium
1. Madiera 124
2. Lakota East 101
3. West 93
4. Mariemont 77
West Winners:
Michael Lorenz, 200 ind. medley (2:07.06)
Kaleb Sackenheim, 100 free (52.15)
Michael Lorenz, 100 back (55.31)
Results
12/16 Canton Christmas Invitational
at Branin Natatorium
41 Schools Represented
Team scores sere not computed.
West Top 8 Placers:
3rd— Michael Lorenz, 100 back (54.19)
4th— Griffen Manning, 100 breast (59.71)
8th— Michael Lorenz, 200 ind. medley (2:06.78)
8th— Jackson Ford, Griffin Manning, Conner Davis, Mathew Saurine, 200 medley relay (1:43.96)
8th— Michael Lorenz, Zach Saurine, Griffin Manning, Kaleb Sackenheim, 400 free relay (3:28.67)
Results
1/4 Moeller  1. Moeller  96
2. West  74
West Winners:
Michael Lorenz, 200 free (1:52.41)
Michael Lorenz, 500 free (5:11.28)
Zachary Saurine, 100 breast (1:12.86)
 Results
1/6 Princeton Invitational 14 Schools Competing
1. West  442
2. Oak Hills  291
3. Lakota East  282.5
— other GMC —
6. Mason  154
7. Princeton 145.5
12. Fairfield  42
West Winners:
Griffin Manning, 100 breast (59.88)
Michael Lorenz, Griffin Manning, Conner Davis, Mathew Saurine, 200 medley relay (1:40.45)
 Results
1/13 & 1/14 Southwest Ohio Coaches Classic (D) 38+ Schools Competing
1. St. Xavier  926
2. Seven Hills  236
3. Centerville  231
— other GMC–
8. Mason  158
9. Sycamore  130
15. West  60
35. Princeton  2
36. Oak Hills  1
West Top 16 Placers:
5th– Griffin Manning, 100 breast (58.39)
14th– Griffin Manning, 200 free (1:49.12)
15th– Michael Lorenz, 200 back (2:00.52)11th– Michael Lorenz, Griffin Manning, Connor Davis, Justin Haley, 200 medley relay (1:37.66)
13th– J. Haley, Kaleb Sackenheim, M. Lorenz, G. Manning, 400 free relay (3:22.46)
14th– G. Manning, Mathew Saurine, K. Sachenheim, J. Haley, 200 free relay (1:32.22)
1/20 Oak Hills
1/22 Sycamore – Tri (D)
1/26 Mason – Tri (D)
2/3 Greater Miami Conference Championship Meet
at Mason
90th Ohio (OHSAA) State Tournament
131 Division 1 Teams Competing
2/9 & 2/10 Cincinnati Sectional

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Girls Swimming

 

Date Event (D) Diving Included Team Placings Results/Highlights Meet Details
11/28 at Princeton Tri-meet 1. Lakota East  120
2. West  89
3. Princeton  64
West Winners:
Lindsey Speed, 200 indiv. medley (23.57)
Lindsey Speed, 500 free (5:44.78)
Camille Johnson, 100 breast (1:23.28)
Lindsey Speed, Camille Johnson, Cameryn Albanese, Caroline Moore, 200 free relay (1:56.17)
Results
11/30 at Turpin Tri-meet (D) 1. Turpin  121
2. West  113
3. Lakota East  87
West Winners:
Molly Fisher, 50 free (26.33)
Caroline Moore, 100 fly (1:11.40)
Lindsey Speed, 100 free (1:00.84)
Molly Fisher, 100 back (1:00.84)
Molly Fisher, Camille Johnson, Ainsley Stone, Lindsey Speed, 200 med. relay (2:04.36)
Molly Fisher, Lindsey Speed, Ainsley Stone, Caroline Moore, 400 free relay (4:09.36)
Results
12/6 Ursuline Acad. Quad 1. Ursuline Gold  160
2. Ursuline Green  148
3. West  112
4. Lakota East  83
West Top 3 Finishers:
2nd— Caroline Rice, 50 free (26.61)
2nd— Caroline Rice, 100 free (57.46)
2nd— Molly Fisher, 500 free (5:30.55)
3rd— Molly Fisher, 200 indiv. medley (2:24.70)
3rd— Molly Fisher, Caroline Rice, Madison Roberts, Lindsey Speed, 200 med. relay (2:01.20)
Results
12/9 Lakota Quad-meet at
Keating Natatorium
1. West  124
2. Mariemont  109
3. Lakota East  99
4. Madiera  71
West Winners:
Caroline Rice, 100 breast (1:15.14)
Molly Fisher, Caroline Rice, Madison Roberts, Camille Johnson, 200 free relay (1:48.46)
Madison Roberts, Ainsley Stone, Caroline Moore, Mackenzie Lorenz, 400 free relay (4:20.58)
Results
12/16 Canton Christmas Invitational
at Branin Natatorium
41 Schools Represented
Team scores sere not computed.
West Top 8 Placers:
3rd— Grace Luebbe, 200 free (1:58.63))
5th— Grace Glosson, Caroline Rice, Bridget Cramer, Molly Fisher, 200 medley relay (1:56.00)
7th— Bridget Cramer, Molly Fisher, Lauren Hasselbeck, Lindsey Speed,  200 free relay (1:46.67)
8th— Bridget Cramer, 100 fly (DQ)
Results
1/4 Mount Notre Dame Dual 1. West  128
2. Mt. ND  42
West Winners:
Lauren Hasselbeck, 200 free (2:08.56)
Grace Luebbe, 200 ind. medley (2:20.51)
Madison Roberts, 50 free (27.61)
Molly Fisher, 100 fly (1:05.00)
Grace Luebbe, 100 free (59.04)
Camille Johnson, 100 breast (1:20.28)
Morgan Allison, Madison Roberts, Bridget Cramer, Grace Luebbe, 200 med. relay (2:04.50)
Molly Fisher, Bridget Cramer, Lindsey Speed, Lauren Hasselbeck, 200 free relay (1:49.25)
Molly Fisher, Grace Luebbe, Lauren Hasselbeck, Madison Roberts, 400 free relay (4:00.87)
 Result
1/6 Princeton Invitational 14 Schools Competing
1. West  498.5
2. Mason  375
3. Lakota East  270
— other GMC —
6. Oak Hills  141.5
10. Fairfield  56
11. Princeton  43
12. Sycamore  24
West Winners:
Molly Fisher, 100 free (56.21)
Grace Luebbe, 200 free (1:58.58)
Molly Fisher (tie 1st), 50 free (25.72)
Grace Glosson, Caroline Rice, Bridget Cramer, Lia Tinsley, 200 medley relay (1:56.95)
Bridget Cramer, Molly Fisher, Lauren Hasselback, Grace Luebbe, 200 free relay (1:45.23)
Molly Fisher, Grce Luebbe, Lia Tinsley, Lauren Hasselback, 400 free relay (3:47.74)
 Results
1/13 & 1/14 Southwest Ohio Coaches Classic (D) 40+ Schools Competing
1. Mason  515
2. St. Ursula  311
3. Centerville  302
— other GMC–
20. Lakota East  33
22. West  31
26. Colerain  22
33. Oak Hills  15
West Top 16 Placers:
11th– Grace Luebbe, 200 free (1:57.65)
14th– Grace Luebbe, 500 free (5:14.53)

13th– Grace Glosson, Carolyn Rice, Bridget Cramer, Molly Fisher, 400 medley relay (4:12.11)
13th– G. Luebbe, M. Fisher, B. Cramer, C. Rice, 200 free relay (1:43.89)
14th– M. Fisher, B. Cramer, G. Luebbe, C. Rice, 400 free relay (3:44.80)
1/20 Oak Hills
1/22 Sycamore – Tri (D)
1/26 Mason – Tri (D)
2/3 Greater Miami Conference Championship Meet
at Mason
41st Ohio (OHSAA) State Tournament
155 Division 1 Teams Competing
2/9 & 2/10 Cincinnati Sectional

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Wrestling

 

Date Event Team Placings Dual Record West Highlights
12/2 Olentangy Invitational 11 Teams Competing
1. Lancaster  183.5
2. Hilliard Davidson  164.5
3. Olentangy  140
4. …
9. West  54.5
0-0 West Top 4 Placers:
1st… Joey Bradberry (170)… pin, maj. dec., tech.                 fall, pin, dec.
4th… Witt Creech (160)
4th… Kingston Shorter (220)
12/8 Fairfield Dual  1. Fairfield  66
2. West  12
 0-1 West Winners:
Joey Bradberry (182)  pin
Pete Fenton (285)  pin
12/16 & 12/17 Glen Sample Classic,
Southwest Ohio Coaches Association
Meet
47 Schools Competing
1.Elder  265.5
2. Harrison  180
3. Fairfield  178
— other GMC —
12. Oak Hills  77
15. Lakota East  71
25. Sycamore  48
T26. West  42
T26 Middletown  42
29. Princeton  40
35. Colerain  30
46. Hamilton  4
 0-1 West Placer (W-L, pins)
7th… Joey Bradberry (170)  4-2, 2 pins
12/27 & 12/28 Greater Miami Valley Coaches Association Meet 27 D-1 Teams Competing
1. Buford  192
2. Dublin Coffman 134
3. Butler  113
…GMC…
15. Princeton 58.5
16. West  57.5
17. Oak Hills  57
0-1 West Placers (W-L, #pins)
2nd… Joey Bradberry (170)  4-1, 2 pins
6th… Andrew Oeters (126)  3-3, 1 pin
1/5 & 1/6 Ron Masanek Fairfield Invitational 21 Schools Competing
1. Harrison  214
2. Clay  198.5
3. McCallie  179
4. Fairfield  158.5
— other GMC–
10. West  65.5
12. Sycamore  59
13. Lakota East  58
 0-1 West Placers (W-L, #pins)
1st… Joey Bradberry (160)  4-0, 1 pin… won final               match tf 18-3
6th… Jake Gerding (138)  2-3, 1pin
6th… Kingston Shorter (220)  3-3, 2 pins
1/13 Winton Woods,
West Tri-match
1. West 48
2. Winton Woods  34
 1-1 West Winners:
Jeffrey Brewer (132)  pin
Jake Gerding (138)  pin
Kingston Shorter (220)  pinalso, Austin Huff (113), Andrew Oeters (126), Witt Creech (152), Joey Bradberry (160), & Vyas Aneesh (195), all wins by forfeit
1/13 Ross,
West Tri-match
1.Ross  57
2. West  21
 1-2 West Winners:
Andrew Oeters (126)  pin
Jeffrey Brewer (132)  decision
Joey Bradberry (160)  pin
Kinston Shorter (220) pin
1/18 Lakota East Dual 1. Lakota East 48
2. West 30
 1-3 West Winners:
TBA
 1/24  See Ohio Team Tournament line below
1/26 Little Miami Dual
2/3 Greater Miami Conference (GMC)  Tournament
2/8 Edgewood Dual
6th Ohio (OHSAA) Team Tournament
132 Division 1 Teams Competing
1/24 TBD
at Centerville
76th Ohio (OHSAA) State Tournament
161 Division 1 Teams Competing
2/TBA & 2/TBA Sectional

 

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Boys Bowling

 

Date Opponent W/L Score 
2 Regular Games & 4 Baker Games unless otherwise noted
Overall 
Record
GMC 
Record
Game Highlights
Best scores of year in Bold type, Best scores in match are underlined
Stats
11/20 Loveland W 2562-2077 1-0 0-0 High Series (2 games)— Dylan Horrall 416
High Game– Dylan Horall  242
Stats
11/21 Little Miami L 2371-2440 1-1 0-0 High Series (2 games)- – Dylan Horrall  414
High Game- – Dylan Horrall  224
Stats
12/5 at Oak Hills     L 2566-3197 1-2 0-1 High Series (2 games)— Austin Clark  368
High Game — Keith Patterson  213
Stats
12/11 Sycamore  W  2329-2171  2-2  1-1 High Series (2 games)– Dylan Horrall  339
High Game– Dylan Horrall  190
Stats
12/12 at Northwest L  2540-2984  2-3  1-1 High Series (2 games)– Harrison Painter  388
High Game –Harrison Painter  209
Stats
12/14 Monroe  W  2605-2420  3-3  1-1 High Series (2 games)– Dylan Horrall 448
High Game– Dylan Horrall 226
Stats
12/19 Winton Woods W 2571-1386  4-3  1-1 High Series (2 games)– Dylan Horrall 459
High Game– Dylan Horrall 243
Stats
1/4 at Middletown  L  2086-2166  4-4  1-2 High Series (2 games)– Dylan Horrall 418
High Game– Dylan Horrall 235
Stats 
1/6 & 1/7 Back To School Bash 22 Schools Competing (27 teams)
1. Mason
2. Muncie Central
3. Beavercreek
4. LaSalle
5….
20. WestFormat: Double Baker round single elimination
High West Series (2 games)– Dylan Horrall  385
High West Game– Dylan Horrall  227
1/10 Taylor  L  2253-2506  4-5  1-2 High Series (2 games)– Keith Patterson  369
High Game– Harrison Painter  197
1/11 at Colerain  L  2018-2674  4-6  1-3 High Series (2 games)– Terry Taylor 412
High Game– Terry Taylor  222
1/17 Lakota East  W  2491-2348  5-6  2-3 High Series (2 games)– Harrison Painter  422
High Game– Harrison Painter 212
1/22 at Mason
1/24 Walnut Hills
1/28 Cardinal Classic Tournament at Colerain Bowl
2/1 Cincinnati Christian
2/6 at Ross
2/7 at Fairfield
2/12 Moeller
2/13 Princeton
12th Ohio (OHSAA) State Tournament
155 Division 1 Teams Competing
2/TBA Sectional

 

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Girls Bowling

 

Date Opponent W/L Score 
2 Regular Games & 4 Baker Games unless otherwise noted
Overall 
Record
GMC 
Record
Game Highlights
Best scores of year in Bold type, Best scores in match are underlined
Stats
11/20 Loveland W 2020-1600 1-0 0-0 High Series (2 games)— Tai Cumberland   468 … New School Record
High Game– Tai Cumberland  257 … New School Record
Stats
11/21 Little Miami W 1975-1876 2-0 0-0 High Series (2 games)- – Tai Cumberland  327
High Game- – Tai Cumberland  186
Stats
12/5 at Oak Hills L 2056-2101 2-1 0-1 High Series (2 games)— Tai Cumberland  388
High Game — Tai Cumberland  215
Stats
12/12 at Northwest L  2052-2571 2-2 0-1 High Series (2 games) — Ashley Hanlon 405
High Game — Ashley Hanlon 203
Stats
12/19 Winton Woods  L  2118-2155  2-3  0-1 High Series (2 games)— Tai Cumberland 415
High Game — Tai Cumberland 220
Stats
1/4 at Middletown  L  1623-2046  2-4  0-2 High Series (2 games)— Tai Cumberland  340
High Game — Tai Cumberland  183
 Stats
1/6 & 1/7 Back To School Bash 17 Schools Competing (19 teams)
1.Centerville
2.Mercy
3. McAuley
4. Middletown
5. …
15. WestFormat: Double Baker round
Single elimination
High West Series (2 games)–Ashley Hanlon 307
High West Game–Ashley Hanlon  158
1/9 Sycamore  W  1750-989  3-4  1-2 High Series (2 games)— Ashley Hanlon  328
High Game — Ashley Hanlon  182
1/10 Taylor  W  1637-981  4-4  1-2 High Series (2 games)- – Tai Cumberland  386
High Game- – Tai Cumberland  236
1/11 at Colerain  L  1877-1955  4-5  1-3 High Series (2 games)- – Vivian Connor  359
High Game- – Vivian Connor  204
1/17 Lakota East  W  2128-1682  5-5  2-3 High Series (2 games)- – Ashley Hanlon Connor  398
High Game- – Ashley Hanlon  236
1/18 at Ross
1/22 at Mason
1/24 Walnut Hills
12/28 Cardinal Classic Tournament at Colerain Bowl
2/1 Cincinnati Christian
2/6 at Ross
2/7 at Fairfield
2/12 Moeller
2/13 Princeton
12th Ohio (OHSAA) State Tournament
153 Division 1 Teams Competing
2/TBA Sectional

 

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