Wednesday, May 24, 2017
Announcements
ATHLETICS (5/24/2017)

(new) Tryouts for the 2017-2018 Lightning Dance Team will take place June 5-7 in the Main Gym. Tryout clinic will be Monday and Tuesday with final auditions on Wednesday, June 7. For details go to www.lightningdanceteam.com, email Coach Raiche at jenny.raiche@district195.org,  or stop down and see Coach Varghese in the dance studio. 

(new) Attention all SPRING Sport Student-Athletes: Many of our Spring sports at the sub-varsity levels have started concluding their seasons and all of our Spring sports will be wrapping up in the coming weeks.  We ask that each student-athlete as well as parents of student-athletes take the time to fill out the survey located on the Eastview Athletics Webpage (you can get there by going to www.eastviewathletics.com and clicking on “Lightning HQ.” One of the drop down choices under “Lightning HQ” is Parent Survey and one is Student-Athlete Survey.  These anonymous surveys are available to be filled out anytime throughout the year and provide valuable feedback to our coaching staff and athletic director as a part of the annual reflection process.  If you have a specific suggestion or concerns you would like to see addressed it is always recommended that you and/or your student athlete connect directly with the coach for the most immediate and individualized response.  

It’s time to register for summer Super Group!  To register, go to school view/fee pay: https://www.tiescloud.net/schoolview/sv_login_secure.asp?dst=0196&.  While registering for summer super group, double check to see that the correct time and program was selected.  If you have any questions pertaining to this selection, contact Troy Swanson at:  troy.swanson@district196.org  

 The Freshman Baseball teams completed their seasons with a combined record of 24-12.  Big thanks to Eddie Gerald, Brad Venderveren, and Patrick Strey for coaching the Class of 2020 Lightning baseball squads.

The Eastview Lightning Girls Varsity Golf played in their 3rd Conference Tournament on Tuesday, May 23rd. Courtney Carson led the team shooting an 87 in tough conditions. Heritage Links Golf Course is one of the toughest courses the team plays, and the rainy, cool conditions made it a little more difficult. Tessa Schafer, Cassidy Carson, and Payton Roth also had scores that counted for the Lightning. Other contributors were Taylor Endicott and Amelia Julian. The Lightning will conclude their conference tournaments on Thursday at Southern Hills Golf Course.

Eastview Boys Varsity Lacross finishes the regular season undefeated and clinches the South Suburban Conference Title. Tonight’s game was played at Shakopee’s Sabre Stadium. We had a cool night with scattered sprinkles and a double rainbow at half time. Shakopee comes out of the gate aggressive and gets a penalty right away. Noah Lindner scores on a pass from Max Herzog at 0:40. Joey Stillings will get the second goal on a skip pass from Lindner at 2:16. Tyler Hanson trades passes with Stillings and then shoots on the fly for the third goal at 4:19. The Sabers get on the board with 2 quick goals to make it a 3-2 game. Eastview then steps on the gas. At 8:49 Lindner will find a pass from Noah Joseph to score. Stillings gets a feed from Hanson and scores with a low-to-low shot at 9:15. Joseph gets his first goal of the game with Lindner assisting. First QTR ends Eastview 6, Shakopee 2 The action slowed in the 2nd QTR. Shakopee gets a couple goals in the first couple minutes to bring the score to 6-4. Hanson takes a pass from Stillings to score at 9:39. Half ends with Eastview 7 and Shakopee 4.  Shakopee gets a penalty early in the 3rd QTR. Joseph’s shot finds the back of the net at 3:22 with assist from Stillings. At 4:27 the Sabers goalie stops a shot from Hanson but the ball bounces out of his cross and into the net- goal Eastview! Emotions run high on the field and Eastview goes man-down on a penalty. Shakopee capitalizes to make the score 9-5. With 20 seconds left in the QTR Eastview regains the ball and moves into fast transition. Stillings brings it across the fifty and passes to Jason Hill. Hill’s bullet pass finds Joseph unguarded on the crease. Joseph fakes high, fakes low and tosses it in high for the goal. The QTR ends with Eastview 10 and Shakopee 5 Fourth QTR sees both teams getting penalties but unable to take advantage. Eastview dominates possession. Jacob Wassmund makes two huge clears to move the ball into Shakopee territory. At 5:24 the ball gets loose in front of the Sabers net. Joseph scoops it out of the chaos and shoots to score. Jack Peeters wins the next face off and runs the ball into the restraining box. Eastview makes a few quick passes, then Hanson to Peeters for the last goal of the game. Eastview 12, Shakopee 5.
Section games begin Friday June 2.

The Eastview Girls Lacrosse team secured a 16 to 9 victory on the road in their South Suburban Conference matchup against Shakopee. The Lightning got started quickly scoring two goals in the first minute of play. Maddy Doyle got the scoring started on a cut from the wing 15 seconds into the game. Then just 30 seconds later Allie Tuccitto gathered up a rebound from a teammate's shot which she netted for the 2 to 0 lead. The defenses would tighten from both teams over the course of the next ten minutes. Shakopee would score three straight goals to take a 3 to 2 lead with 12:03 left in the first half. Eastview would answer right back with two quick goals off of free position shots by Holly Sodomka and Marry Keating in the next minute of play. The Sabers would tie the score at 4 goals apiece with 7:31 left in the half. Steffi Frederickson would give the Lightning the lead again on a nice goal on a dodge she initiated form behind the net. Shakopee would answer back less than a minute later. But, Eastview had and answer with three quick goals. Tuccitto would give the Lightning the 6 to 5 advantage on a shot just from the right of the cage. Marissa Munos would finish on a dodge she started from the top of 12 meter arc. Then off the ensuing draw, Keating would take control of the ball and knife her way through the Shakopee defense and score to give the Lightning an 8 to 5 lead with 1:54 left in the half. The Sabers still had some fight in them and scored with 54 seconds left in the half to give Eastview an 8 to 6 halftime lead. Shakopee came out fighting hard to start the second half and pulled to within one goal in the opening minute of play. However, Eastview would take control of the game and score seven goals over the next 20 minutes of play. Munos would finish off a nice pass by Ally Ford with 23:01 left to play to give the Lightning a 9 to 7 lead. Six minutes later Ally Hodgen would score on a cut across the face of the Sabers' goal. On the play she would draw a penalty against a Shakopee player to give the Lightning a player advantage for the next two minutes. Then as the Eastview attack entered the offensive zone another Saber player was carded for another penalty. With the two player advantage, the Lightning netted two goals. The first with 16:53 was finished off by Sodomka in front of the net when Tuccitto found her with a nice feed pass. Then with 15:36 left in the half as the penalties were coming to an end Ford found a cutting Munos to give the Lightning the 12 to 7 lead. Keating would get lose and score her hat trick goal with 8:04 left to play to increase the lead to 13 goals to 7. Then just two minutes later Keating would initiate another dodge from the top of the 12 meter arc and net her fourth goal of the game to take a 14 to 7 lead. Keating would score with 3:52 left in the game when she finished a free position shot to provide the Lightning the 15 to 7 lead. The Sabers would end their scoring drought 30 seconds later to trail 15 to 8. The Keating run on goals would end on another free position goal with 1:03 left to play. Shakopee would score with 13 seconds left on the clock to bring the final score to Eastview's advantage, 16 to 9. This marks the final scheduled season game for the girls lacrosse team as they start preparations for next week's section playoffs.

About Eastview HS

Eastview High School, located in Apple Valley, MN, includes a 330,000 square foot facility and 200 acres of recreational facilities. It is home to over 2,000 students in grades 9-12.

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6200 140th Street West
Apple Valley, MN 55124
Phone: (952) 431-8900
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