Friday morning sports

LAGRANGE – Lakeland High School held its Spring athletic award program. In girls tennis Beka Stroop was MVP and Isabelle Larimer most improved. Katelynn McBride won the Laker Award.

In softball Keirsten Roose won the mental toughness award, Kylee Palmer was defensive MVP, Carlynn Olinger was most improved, and Elise Edwards won the Ubuntu award.

In baseball Drew Grossman won the brotherhood award, Kole Miller-Kyler Bowers-and Hunter Frost were defensive MVP’s. Nolan Isaacs was offensive MVP, Colton Isaacs and Austin Albert shared the Matthew Terry Memorial Award. Miles Mast took the True Laker Blue award.

In boys track and field, Ed Castaneda won the top dog award, Brian Bergman and Eduardo Montoya were most improved. Kent Eagleson won mental attitude award, Lucas Begley won rookie of the year. Devon Ballines won the Guts award.

In girls track, April Chrisman won most improved and top dog, Anna Wahll won most improved, Kailia Malaivanh won mental attitude, and Ella Lewin rookie of year and most improved.

In boys golf, Presten Mortola had low average, Elijah Williams mental attitude and most improved.

The 2018 male athlete of the year is Nolan Isaacs and the female athelete of the year is Bailey Hartsough. Girls soccer coach Hugh Robertson was coach of the year.

Westview 80, Blackhawk 61
Westview 65, North 48
Westview 65, Norwell 40
Homestead 60, Westview 58

Lars Eller scores the eventual game winner in Game 5 of the Stanley Cup against the Golden Knights. The Capitals went on to beat the Golden Knights 4-3, winning their first Stanley Cup trophy.