LHS 2017 FALL SPORTS REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN

THIS EMAIL IS FOR 2017 LEBANON HIGH SCHOOL FALL SPORT PARENTS AND STUDENT-ATHLETES:

 

Please be advised that the window to register for 2017 Fall Sports for Lebanon High School is now open. 

The registration process is the same as years past, but there has been ONE addition and ONE deletion to the process.

New Addition

Lindsay’s Law, Ohio Revised Code 3313.53103707.58 and 3707.59 becomes effective on August 1, 2017. The Ohio Dept. of Education and the Ohio High School Athletic Association are now requiring that ALL PARENTS and STUDENT-ATHLETES watch a video and complete a signature form.  Both are included in the registration and the signature form will need to be downloaded, signed and turned into the Head Coach.

Deletion:

The Ohio High School Athletic Association required video.

 

If you have any questions, please contact:  

Shellie Cornell, Athletic Dept. Administrative Assistant, at 513-934-5131 or by email:  cornell.shellie@lebanonschools.org.

8/7/2017 7:41 PM

Fear the Spear Update

Event Details

  • January 15th, 2017

  • 10:00 AM

  • BOWLING

  • Varsity

  • Girl

  • Game

  • Away

  • LaSalle Baker Bash

  • Northwest Lanes

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Game Summary

FEAR THE SPEAR

2933

Vs.

LASALLE BAKER BASH

Warriors Bowl Well @ Baker Bash

The Lebanon Varisty & JV bowling teams showed well at the Lasalle Baker Bash held Sunday at Northwest Lanes. The varsity girls finished 4th out of 19 teams in the 16 game baker preliminaries as they totaled 2933 pins for an average of 183 per game. In the stepladder finals, LHS took out Ross in first round action to make the final 8. Next up was Seton High School and the Saints had the Warriors number and knocked the Warriors off the stepladder. Lebanon finished tied for 5th.

On the JV side, the Warriors were the top qualifier out of 9 schools averaging 146 over the 16 game qualifier. In the championship round, Lebanon took out Anderson, then Milford, before meeting Fairfield in the finals. Fairfield won the first game. Lebanon won the second game. The 3rd game tie breaker was won by Fairfield 181-176. The Warriors finished a hard fought 2nd place.