Lightning scores and highlights
The 9A boys basketball team got their second win of the season Tuesday night against Highland Park 50 - 46. The Lightning played great team ball, were scrappy on defense, and played with great desire. Jordan Johnson lead the way with 9 rebounds, 2 deflections, 1 steal, 1 assist and 21 points. Devon Hannah had 7 assists, 1 steal, 3 rebounds and 15 points. Brady Miller added 9 points, 2 hustle points, 2 steals. Derek Larson scored 6 important points in the second half, along with 1 assist.
The boys sophomore basketball team moved to 4-0 on the season with a 75-57 victory over St. Paul Highland Park. The Lightning used a strong second half to erase a halftime deficit to secure the win. Raevon Davis led all scorers with 16 points. Mason Carpenter and Danny Bohnenstingel each added 12 points and Jameson Bryan chipped in 11 points.
The varsity boys took home a win as well scoring 58 - 45 over Highland Park.
The Lightning stay on the road next Tuesday at Spring Lake Park. See the schedule here for game times.
Published: 2013-12-04 15:38:38
Lightning First Home Game!!
The Lightning will host their first home game December 17th against the Burnsville Blaze.
Checkout our schedule here,
to see when the Lightning will be lighting it up on the court!
EASTVIEW BOYS’ BASKETBALL
By: Coach Goetz
At Eastview High School, I have been extremely lucky to have coached many players who I consider to be “Tough Players.” Tough players are fundamentally sound players who have a team first attitude. They make their teammates better, and handle adversity and prosperity like a champion. The word “TOUGHNESS” was brought to the forefront by ESPN analyst and former Duke basketball great Jay Bilas.
Tough coaches and players believe in the following:
Working with Pride
Working with Heart
IT’S ALL ABOUT TEAM WORK!!
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The 6th Man Club
Meeting Minutes for the May 6th Man Club meeting coming soon.
Good Sportsmanship- Our Tradition
As a member school of the South Suburban Conference, Eastview High School is committed to the concept of good sportsmanship by players, coaches, and fans alike. Each of these groups accepts this responsibility when they participate in or attend a South Suburban Conference event.
-Players & Coaches are to compete in a fair manner following the rules and accepting the decisions of the contest officials.
-Fans and Cheerleaders are encouraged to support their teams while at the same time recognizing the efforts of the opposing teams. Cheers or shouts intended to embarrass or demean players, coaches or officials have no place in high school athletics.
Please help Eastview High School and the South Suburban Conference in promoting good sportsmanship by following these guidelines.
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