(NEW) EASTVIEW HIGH SCHOOL VARSITY BASEBALL BEAT ROSEMOUNT HIGH SCHOOL 11-5
The Lightning Varsity Baseball team defeated Rosemount 11-5. The Lightning's starting pitcher Ben Malloy went 4 innings to collect the victory. Reliever Derek Titchner pitched 3 scoreless innings. The offense was led by 2 run singles in the first and fourth innings by Kyle Nelson and Ben Malloy. Caden Berg's 2 run double in the 6th inning provided the insurance the Lightning needed. Collecting multiple hit games were Kathan Decker, Ryan Munson, Kyle Nelson, and Erik Reimann.
(NEW) EASTVIEW HIGH SCHOOL BOYS VARSITY GOLF FINISHES 2ND PLACE AT TOURNAMENT @ BUNKER HILLS GC
Your Lightning men's golf team has continued their hot start to the season with a team score of 295, good for second place out of 32 teams, at the Bunker Hills Invitational. Leading the Bolts were Senior co-captains Adam Kratz and Will Frazier, both shooting even par 72. All 6 golfers shot in the 70s! Junior Sam Wanous 74, Junior Cullen Johnson 77, Freshman Gabe Tritschler 77 and Sophomore Sam Reller 79 rounded out the scoring. Nice job, boys!
(NEW) EASTVIEW BOYS LACROSSE DEFEATS ROCHESTER MAYO 12-0 TO START THE SEASON
In a non-conference tilt, the Eastview boys lacrosse team opened its season with a win on the new turf at Rochester Mayo. Jack Wright got his first Varsity goal and the first goal of the season off of a feed from Jason Hill two minutes into the game, before Hill took over and scored the next four goals for the Lightning, including two unassisted and two assisted from Jake Kemper. Tommy Barron also scored in the first but the goal was waived off on a controversial crease call. The Lightning lead 5-0 at the half. The second half started with a goal two minutes in when big brother Jack Wright assisted younger brother Sam Wright with his first Varsity Goal. Hill scored two more in the quarter, with an assist from Connor Smith, before Smith scored two of his own off of assists from Kemper. Kemper added an unassisted goal to round out the 3rd quarter to put the Lightning up 11-0. Skyler Koop scored his first Varsity goal off of an assist from Danny Marble to put the Lightning up 12-0 for good midway through the fourth. Solid defensive play by new defensive players Ryan Quaintance, Dylan Fredrickson and Noah Schweitzer stymied the Spartans. Ethan Chlan in net pitched the shutout. Joey Rossman was unstoppable on the faceoff dot, winning nearly 90%. Hill ended the game with 6 goals, while Kemper topped with 4 assists. The Lightning JV team also shutout Mayo by a score of 7-0, with solid play throughout. The Lightning host the Tigers of Farmington next Tuesday at 530 pm for their home opener. Good seats are still available.
(NEW) DAKOTA HAWKS CI SOFTBALL WINS 15-2 LAST NIGHT
The Dakota Hawks CI Softball team played a great game last night defeating Minneapolis by a score of 15-2. Make sure to congratulate the Hawks on a game well played.
(NEW) EASTVIEW HIGH SCHOOL VARSITY SOFTBALL BEAT EDINA HIGH SCHOOL 4-2
Edina took an early lead in the first inning and put together a rally in the 7th, but the Lightning were able to outlast the Hornets.
Timely hitting was the answer for the Lightning. They scored 4 runs on only 6 hits. Missy Loomis, Evy Polsfuss, Olivia Weinberg, and Hannah Larson all had RBI's. Mackenzie Jacobson, Jenna Kuhn, Loomis, Polsfuss, Weinberg, and Larson all recorded one hit on the night.
Loomis had a nice night in the circle with 8 strikeouts and only 3 walks.
(NEW) EASTVIEW HIGH SCHOOL BOYS VARSITY TENNIS BEAT BURNSVILLE SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL 6-1
The Lightning Boys Tennis team stayed undefeated on the season with a conference win over Burnsville. The Lightning got 4 quick singles wins from Gavin Young, Nisal Liyanage, Ronit Gupta, and Anish Dulla. Davis Carlson and Seth Fregien won their doubles match, before Shrinivas Venkatasubramani and Andrew Liu put the finishing touches at 1 doubles.
The Lightning return next week to play East Ridge and Lakeville South. The Lightning beat both of those teams 4-3 last season.
(NEW) EASTVIEW HIGH SCHOOL JUNIOR VARSITY SOFTBALL BEAT EDINA HIGH SCHOOL 14-1 The Girls JV team added another to the win column and are now 4-0 on the season after beating Edina 14-1. 7th Grader Payton Prissel went the distance giving up only the 1 run and striking out 7. The hits were spread out with multiple players getting doubles including Josie Holman, Ella Larson, Steph Kuhn, and Joely Baker. Their next game is Monday at home against Farmington.