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Lakota East Football

Varsity Coach:                    Rick Haynes                   Junior Varsity Coach:        Bret Mustain        Freshmen Coach:               Mike Buckenmyer           

2021 Season Outlook

The 2021 Thunderhawks are excited for the season and look to improve on their 4-4 record in 2020.  The ‘Hawks will be led by several 3rd year starters- QB TJ Kathman, RB/LB Charlie Kenrich, WR/DB Kyle Poppe, OLB Nate Rosario-Santos and DL Kevin Kornau. Kathman, Kenrich and Rosario-Santos were All-GMC performers last season, along with returning senior DB/WR Caleb VanHooser and junior OL Austin Siereveld. 

The Hawks play a challenging GMC schedule along with non-conference games with Moeller and Milford.

East Side Pride

GMC Champions   2004 (Co-Champs)
Playoff Qualifier   2012, 2014, 2018, 2019

News & Announcements


Athletes Announce College Decisions

Posted on: February 2, 2022

Back Row: Greg Roberson , Nathan Rosario-Santos , E.J. Upton   Front Row: Eryn Rose, Sarah Sewak , Jaiden Palmore-Lett, Cameron Uhl  Lakota East Athletics announced today that 7 of their student-athletes have made athletic commitments to

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Posted on: October 25, 2021

HAWKS RETURN TO PLAYOFFS FRIDAY! The Thunderhawks fell at Lakota West on Friday by a score of 34-7. The Hawk defense was stellar in the early going.  The first half ended with West leading 10-0.   East got on the board in the third quarter on

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The EL CAPORAL Team of the Week-- Football

Posted on: October 21, 2021

This week's EL CAPORAL, Lakota East Team of the Week is the Thunderhawk Football Team. East Football enters the final week of the regular season with a record of 7-2 overall and 6-1 in the GMC.  The Hawks are striving for their first league title since

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Posted on: October 12, 2021

East Football went on the road last Friday and came away with a dominant 49-14 win over Oak Hills. Quarterback T.J. Kathman set the tone on a night where the Lakota East offense did whatever it wanted against Oak Hills. Kathman threw just six passes (one of

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