Today's baseball and softball playoff games will be broadcast on Lakeview Honker Broadcast Facebook page as well as KORV 93.5FM.
4 months ago, Christopher Rose
With a big win on Monday, the LHS Baseball team travels to Umpqua Valley Christian today for a second round game. With a win they advance to round 3 on Friday.
4 months ago, Christopher Rose
A reminder that today's OSAA state playoff softball game requires an entry fee. It is $8 for adults and $5 for all students per OSAA policy. Thank you for your understanding. Come on out at 3pm to watch our Lady Honkers take on the Gaston Greyhounds. You make park on the street and walk up to the table by the bleachers to pay or enter the vehicle parking via 3rd street and pay there as well.
4 months ago, Christopher Rose
Softball's home playoff game is an OSAA State Championship sponsored game so ticket prices are in effect. $5 for students and $8 for adults. There will be two tables on site to purchase tickets. Please access the walk up table by the crow's nest if you park on the street or walk to the game. If you park in the field there will be a table at the 3rd Street entrance. There will be no access to parking by the tennis courts off of L Street.
4 months ago, Christopher Rose
A.D. Hay’s fifth grade class went on a field trip to see the Central Oregon Symphony perform yesterday afternoon. We had 50 students, 8 adults, a six hour drive, twenty pizzas, and autographs from the conductor and many musicians. All in all it was a fun and memorable trip!
4 months ago, Susane Davis
The students were expert concert go-era and represented their school wonderfully well!
Our view from the top!
Autographs!
Picture with Central Oregon Symphony’s conductor and music director, Michael Gesme
Our Honker Baseball team travels to Culver on 5/23 to play in their first round of the OSAA State Playoffs. A win will take them to Roseburg to play UVC on Wednesday. The Honker Softball team plays at home on Wed, 5/25 versus Gaston HS at 3pm. Come on out to cheer them on!
4 months ago, Christopher Rose
Congratulations to our state track placers. Breanna placed 7th in the triple jump and Karlee 3rd in the triple jump on Friday. Elizabeth earned a 4th in the 3000m and Breanna a 5th in the long jump during Thursdays events. What a season!
4 months ago, Christopher Rose
Students and Families: The yearbook staff is busy working hard to create a fantastic yearbook to encompass most school events including prom and graduation. That means our yearbook will not be available for pick up until early August. We will be distributing autograph insert pages the last two weeks of school so students can get signatures. Mailing can be arranged for college bound seniors. Please contact Kandy Strong in the LHS office. Also, we are still developing some pages and are looking for great pictures of students having fun. If you have any photos please email them to Lori Anne McPherson at mcpherson.lorianne@lakeview.k12.or.us. Thank you for your support and understanding!
4 months ago, Lakeview High School
Congratulations to our Honker softball and baseball teams, they both qualified for the OSAA State Playoffs! Baseball plays on the road Monday 5/23 at Culver, time TBD. Softball plays at home Wednesday 5/25 versus Gaston, time TBD. Go Honkers!
4 months ago, Christopher Rose
Congratulations to the Lakeview High School equestrian team! They made a huge showing at the state competition and have plans to compete in more events next year. The Drill team (Bria, Liz, Kaydyn, Montana) earned a 12th place which is amazing considering this is the first time we've ever fielded a Drill team. Montana B placed 18th in poles. Kaydyn K got 9th in driving, 7th in reining, and a 4th in keyhole. Basil took 4th in roping and 2nd in daubing. The next step is the west coast regional competition in Moses Lake, WA June 17-19. Both Basil, for roping and daubing, and Kaydyn, in keyhole, qualified to go to regionals. We wish you the best in WA next month!
4 months ago, Christopher Rose
Several LHS student athletes qualified for the state track meet this week in Eugene. Today, Elizabeth G placed 4th in the 3000m run and Breanna S earned a 5th in the long jump. Competition continues tomorrow.
4 months ago, Christopher Rose
State OHSET competiion.
4 months ago, Christopher Rose
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More from the state OHSET competition.
4 months ago, Christopher Rose
finalists
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The LHS/DMS Band and Choir will be performing their Spring Concert next Tuesday, May 24th at 6:30 p.m in the DMS gym. Come on out and enjoy a night of fun-filled movie music!
4 months ago, Jenna Kohut
Don't miss the plant sale!
5 months ago, Cody Blair
Plant sale
Let's run! The entry forms for the Sunflower for Noni Run are due by Monday, May 16 if you want to be guaranteed a tshirt at the June 5th run this year. You can get a form at LHS or at the Lake County Chamber of Commerce. All of the proceeds from this fifth annual race will support two scholarships in Noni Vandenberg's name and the advanced middle school math field trip.
5 months ago, Lisa Shullanberger
Today's baseball and softball games at home vs Lost River have been postponed with the make up date TBD pending umpire availability.
5 months ago, Christopher Rose
Next week, on May 17th and 18th, we will be holding an event called Operation Prom Night. On May 17th, is the Every 15 Minutes portion, where selected students are pulled out of class every 15 minutes to represent the statistic that every 15 minutes a person is killed in a motor vehicle accident related to driving while impaired. The second day, May 18th, Lake Health District EMS, Thomas Creek-Westside Fire, Oregon State Police, and Lake County Sheriff's Office will be hosting a simulation on the dangers of driving under the influence. This presentation brings to life the real events of the actual accident, the legal ramifications for driving while impaired, and how the loss of a loved one affects not only the family, but the entire community. Lake Health District EMS has agreed to present this real life presentation to the youth of their community because they believe that even one life lost due to driving while impaired is too many. We strongly believe that with preventative measures, we CAN make a difference and influence the community's youth to think twice before getting behind the wheel while impaired. If you have any questions, please call Hillary Hulseman or Brandi Harris at Lakeview High School, (541) 947-2287.
5 months ago, Lakeview High School
Changes have been made to the sports schedule. Tuesday's varsity baseball games have been moved to Wednesday, 5/4, a doubleheader vs. Bonanza. Monday- 5/16 JV baseball doubleheader vs. Bonanza. Thursday- 5/19 Varsity doubleheader vs. Prospect. All of games start at 2pm, all are doubleheaders at this time.
5 months ago, Christopher Rose
Unfortunately, our home baseball games today have been cancelled. A reschedule is in the works.
5 months ago, Christopher Rose