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Posted Wednesday, Feb 10, 2016 1:23:46 PM

Varsity Wrestling entered Tuesday's league match with Chapel Hill already claiming at least a share of the the Eastern Independent League Championship - their second straight league title and 12th in program history. A win over the visiting Chargers would secure an undisputed, undefeated league title. If Chapel Hill were to prevail, LCA and Chapel Hill would be Co-Champions. 

In a total team effort, highlighted by exciting wins by captain Connor Meany '16, David Acevedo '16, and Eugene Lee '18, the Lions defeated Chapel Hill 54-18. The win wrapped up a 12-0 record in EIL matches and improved LCA's regular season NEPSAC record to 25-1. In NEPSAC competition the Lions earned signature wins over Noble & Greenough, Lawrence Academy, St. Mark's, St. Sebastian's, and Concord Academy. Outside of league and NEPSAC competition, the Lions also won the Assabett Duals in January and defeated cross-town rival Lexington High School 49-24. 

Next up for the Lions is the Eastern Independent League Tournament at Portsmouth Abbey (RI) on Saturday, February 13. The team will also compete at the NEPSAC Tournament at Avon Old Farms, February 19-20. Congratulations to all LCA Wrestlers and Coaches Charlie Cowen, Mark Getchell, Reid Mosquera, and Nathan Calandra '10 on a great season!

Captain Connor Meaney '16 helped lead LCA to their 2nd straight EIL Championship. Meaney also placed first at the Northern New England Invitational Tournament on Saturday, February 6 at Hyde School (ME). (Photo Courtesy Michael Calandra)

LCA Wrestling Seniors David Acevedo, Xergio Aguilar, and Captain Connor Meaney with Head Coach Charlie Cowen celebrate back to back EIL Championships (Photo courtesy Meg-Ann Meaney)

Posted Monday, Dec 28, 2015 11:29:58 AM
Varsity Cross Country teammates and siblings, Mikayla '18 and Alex '20 Cravens are both prolific runners and have achieved great accomplishments in their young careers. While running for LCA this fall, both were Eastern Independent League All-League and NEPSTA All-Stars. They both paced their teams throughout the season finishing first for LCA in each race they competed in and both received their team's Most Valuable Runner award for the 2015 season. 
Mikayla '18 and Alex '20 Cravens qualified for the National Junior Olympic Cross Country Meet, held in Albuquerque, New Mexico. 

Competing outside of LCA, both Alex and Mikayla qualified for the National Junior Olympic Cross Country meet held in Albuquerque, New Mexico on December 12th. In order to be invited to the meet they first had to place in the top 30 in the New England qualifying meet to move to the Region 1 competition. The following Sunday they had to again place in the top 30 at the regional meet that included all of New England and parts of NY. Region 1 is one of the most competitive of the 16 regions of the country. Mikayla placed 12th with a time of 20:20 in a 5K in the 15-16 age group while Alex placed 9th in the region meet with a 4K time of 13:09 racing in the 13-14 age division. There were almost 2,000 kids participating in this region meet, the largest in the country.
When the two of them got to Nationals in Albuquerque they realized that the competition was tough. The top 30 from each of the country’s 16 regions competed. Mikayla finished 60th in a race with 105 girls and Alex finished 64th in a large field of 354 boys. Racing at an altitude of over a mile above sea level, the race and the elements pushed Mikayla and Alex to a new level of endurance as their chests’ felt like they were caving in as they tried to breathe. Mikayla drew a little attention as the front of her racing shirt said, “Loser.” It gave her several opportunities to show them the back which read, “Whoever finds his life will lose it, and whoever loses his life for my sake will find it. - Jesus”. It was a wonderful experience for these two LCA students to shine His light as they used the gifts He has given them for His name’s sake. 
As a family, all the Cravens' children experienced a successful fall athletic season. Mikayla and Alex's older brother, David '17, captained the LCA Boys Varsity Soccer to the NEPSAC Class D Tournament Quarterfinals and was selected as Eastern Independent League Honorable Mention. It is evident that a great work ethic, leadership, talent, and a commitment to their faith in Christ runs in the family.  
#22 (in blue) David Cravens '17 captained the LCA Boys Varsity Soccer Team. 
Posted Monday, Dec 28, 2015 11:09:11 AM

On Friday evening, December 18, 2015, the 2015 CHS/LCA Athletic Hall of Fame Induction ceremony was hosted in the Phillips library. Ken Ludwig ’85 (In memoriam), Jason Reynolds ’86, and the 2000 Varsity Softball Team were selected by the Hall of Fame Committee for induction. LCA Head of School, Tim Russell, welcomed and congratulated the inductees as well as expressed gratitude for their efforts, outstanding accomplishments, and their exemplary representation of LCA. Ryan Patrie ’03, LCA Athletic Director, who presided over the ceremony remarked “We as a community are blessed to honor these LCA alumni for their athletic accomplishments. Their involvement in LCA athletics had a profound impact on their lives just as they made a great impact on our programs!”

Congratulations to the 2015 Hall of Fame Inductees

Ken Ludwig ’85 (In Memoriam)

A dedicated leader and teammate, Ken was the Boys Varsity Soccer captain in 1983 and 1984. In his senior season he led the team with 20 goals and 10 assists. Ken led his team to the 2nd round of the MIAA tournament, was selected Eastern League Player of the Year, Eastern League All Star, and Eastern Mass All-Star. Ken received a scholarship to attend Randolph-Macon College where he played on the Yellow Jackets Men’s Soccer team.

Ken Ludwig's Family with Ken's teammate & Hall of Fame Inductee Jason Reynolds. 

L-R: Danielle Dallaire (Ken's niece), Jason Reynolds '86, and Cassie Dionne (Ken's sister)

Jason Reynolds ’86

An outstanding student-athlete, Jason was a leader on the soccer and baseball fields. He captained his teams during his junior and senior years and was selected Eastern League All-League and Eastern Mass All-Star for baseball and soccer during those seasons. The 1985 National Honor Society inductee also received the 1985-86 Boys’ Coaches Award.

Jason Reynolds '86 with his former coach, Paul Rouse' 68, and teammates. 

L-R: Mike Stevens '87, Jason Reynolds '86 (2015 HOF Inductee), Paul Rouse '68, Don Borenstein '87, Eric Mollenhauer '87

2000 Varsity Softball Team

The Varsity Softball team displayed team work and a commitment to excellence throughout the 2000 season. Led by Coaches Wendy Lippmann and Irene Campbell, the team went 8-0 in league play capturing the first Eastern Independent League Championship in team history. Head Coach Wendy Lippmann was voted EIL Coach of the Year, while starting pitcher Liane Christopher '00 was voted EIL Player of the Year in 2000.

Members of the 2000 Varsity Softball Team: Katelyn (Woods) Sylvester '00, Julie Vallarelli '01, Coach Irene Campbell, Sharon (Brown) Fosbury '00, Bethany (Glaser) Davis '00, Coach Wendy Lippmann, and Jessica Kanach '00. 

*A special thank you to the Hall of Fame Committee, Office of Institutional Advancement, and Lions Booster Club for coordinating and sponsoring the 2015 Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony. 

Posted Monday, Nov 16, 2015 8:25:00 AM

Both the Boys Varsity and Girls Varsity Soccer teams have been selected to their respective 2015 New England Prep School Athletic Council (NEPSAC) Tournaments. The Boys finished the regular season with a 7-7-3 overall record, but were 4-1 against NEPSAC Class D opponents. That result was good enough to be selected as the #4 seed in the NEPSAC Class D tournament. The Lions will host #5 Rocky Hill (East Greenwich, RI) on Wednesday, November 18 at 2:00 pm. Coach Scott Stevens '87 and the boys defeated Rocky Hill earlier in the season by a score of 3-2 and hope for similar results this Wednesday. This will be the second straight tournament appearance for the Lions. Last year, as the #5 seed the boys fell in Quarterfinals to eventual finalists Christian Heritage 1-0. 

Captain David Cravens '17 and the Lions Soccer team were selected to the NEPSAC Class D Tournament (Photo Courtesy Nicole Rim).

The Lady Lions finished the regular season at 11-4-2 overall with a 9-1-1 record against NEPSAC Class C opponents. The committee selected LCA as the #5 seed in the NEPSAC Class C tournament. The Lady Lions will travel to the #4 seed Kimball Union Academy (Meriden, NH) on Wednesday, November 18 for a 2:00 pm kick off. This is the 4th consecutive tournament appearance for LCA. In 2014, the girls advanced to the semifinals before losing 1-0 to eventual tournament champion, Pingree.

Captain Shae Roys '16 and the Lady Lions Soccer team were selected to the NEPSAC Class C Tournament (Photo courtesy Grace Moore '16).

“You always want to be playing soccer late into November,” said Athletic Director and Girls Varsity Soccer Coach, Ryan Patrie ’03. “Both teams have competed well this season and each have the opportunity to contend for a NEPSAC championship.”

In honor of both teams being selected to the NEPSAC tournament, Wednesday will be a blue and white day at LCA. Students, faculty, and staff are encouraged to wear their blue crew shirts and any other LCA gear items in support of the soccer teams. 

Posted Friday, Jul 31, 2015 12:08:00 PM

2015 Upper School Athletics

Preseason Schedule

 

The 2015 Fall Athletics Preseason camps for all Upper School students interested in playing JV or Varsity sports will take place throughout the week of August 31 – September 4. 

All student-athletes should complete and submit all pre-participation forms by Friday, August 21:

-a copy of your student’s recent doctor’s physical (must be within the last 12 months)

-Athletic pre-participation Medical history form

-Heads Up Concussion Training (CDC Program) Certificate - Visit the Heads Up Training Page to complete your certificate. Parents & Students will be required to submit their certificate to the Athletic Trainer prior to athletic participation.

 

Sport

Practice Times

Information

Cross Country

2:30 – 4:30 pm

August 31 – September 4

Varsity Coach: Christopher Simpson

Christopher.Simpson@lca.edu

Varsity Asst.Coach: Joe Garrison

Joe.Garrison@lca.edu

 

Field Hockey

Mon. 8/31

8:30 AM - 11 AM, 12:30 PM - 2 PM

Tues. 9/1

8:30 AM - 11 AM, 12:30 PM - 2 PM

Wed. 9/2

8:30 AM - 11 AM, 12:30 PM - 2 PM

Thurs. 9/3

9:30 AM - 11 AM, 12:30 PM - 2 PM

Fri. 9/4

9:00 AM - 12:30 PM

 

Varsity Coach: Deborah Cioffi ’02

Deborah.Cioffi@lca.edu

Varsity Asst.Coach: Irene Campbell

Irene.Campbell@lca.edu 

 

Golf

Varsity Golf Tryouts:

Tues. 9/1 & Wed. 9/2

10:00 am @ Patriot Golf Course in Bedford, MA

*Athletes trying out should meet at Patriot before 10:00 am

Varsity Coach: Mark Getchell

Mark.Getchell@lca.edu 

 

Boys Soccer

Mon. 8/31

4:00 – 6:00 pm

Tues. 9/1

3:00 – 6:30 pm

Wed. 9/2

10:00 – 11:00 am

2:00 pm Scrimmage vs. Arlington Catholic 

Thurs. 9/3

9:00 – 11:00 am

12:15 – 2:00 pm

Fri. 9/4

9:30 – 10:30 am

1:00 pm Scrimmage vs. Shawsheen Tech 

Varsity Coach: Scott Stevens '87

Scott.Stevens@lca.edu

Varsity Asst.Coach: Nelio Frano

Nelio.Franco@lca.edu

JV Asst. Coach: Mark Doremus '11

Mark.Doremus@lca.edu

Girls Soccer

Mon. 8/31

1:00 – 3:00 pm

4:00 – 5:30 pm

Tues. 9/1

3:00 – 6:30 pm

Wed. 9/2

9:00 – 11:00 am

12:15 – 2:00 pm

Thurs. 9/3

9:00 – 11:00 am

12:15 – 2:00 pm

Fri. 9/4

9:00 – 10:45 am

11:00 am – 12:30 pm Team Lunch

2:00 pm JV & Varsity Scrimmages @ Shawsheen Tech (Billerica)

Varsity Coach: Ryan Patrie ’03

Ryan.Patrie@lca.edu

Varsity Asst.Coach: Bob Patrie

Bob.Patrie@lca.edu

JV Coach: Kathryn Purinton

Kathryn.Purinton@lca.edu

 

 

Posted Friday, Jul 24, 2015 9:40:03 AM

Lady Lions Softball standout, Samantha Gibson ’16, had a terrific 2015 season as she helped to lead her team to an Eastern Independent League Championship,  was selected as the EIL Player of the Year, and a Boston Globe All-Scholastic selection. Gibson has recently been selected to the National Christian School Athletic Association (NCSAA) Northeast Super Regional Softball team and also chosen as an NCSAA 2nd Team All-American. Samantha is the first NCSAA All-American softball selection from a New England high school. 

Gibson batted .571 this spring, with 18 extra base hits, 6 homeruns, and 27 runs batted in. Gibson also pitched 89 innings, striking out 141 batters, with an earned run average of 1.57 and finished with an 11-2 record.

Congratulations to Samantha on this national recognition! Visit the NCSAA webpage for a complete listing of their national softball awards. 

Samantha Gibson '16, 2015 NCSAA 2nd Team All-American 

Posted Wednesday, Jul 22, 2015 2:43:08 PM

Lions Varsity Baseball players Dillon Koster ’17 (SS) and Jesse Welch ’17 (2B) were recently selected to the National Christian School Athletic Association’s Northeast Super-Regional Team. Koster and Welch played outstanding defense all season long and also produced at the plate. 

LCA second baseman, Jesse Welch '17, was selected to the NCSAA Northeast Super-Regional Team (photo courtesy Dorothy Greco)

Koster had a .431 batting average, scoring 17 runs, and 16 runs batted in, while Welch hit .467 scoring 21 runs, driving in 7 RBIs, and 9 stolen bases. Their outstanding play helped lead the Lions to a 2nd place finish in the Eastern Independent League (EIL), an EIL A Pool Tournament Championship, and a quarterfinal appearance in the New England Small School Tournament.  

Following the 2015 season Dillon Koster was also an EIL Honorable Mention selection and Jesse Welch was an EIL All-League selection.

Congratulations to Dillon and Jesse on this national recognition! Visit the NCSAA webpage for a complete list of Super-Regional Teams.

LCA shortstop, Dillon Koster '17, was selected to the NCSAA Northeast Super-Regional Team (photo courtesy Dorothy Greco)

 

Posted Monday, Jun 29, 2015 9:14:24 AM

Samantha Gibson’s ’16 pitching and hitting helped to lead the Lady Lions Softball team to the 2015 Eastern Independent League title! She was also selected as the Eastern Independent League Player of the Year. The three sport-athlete batted .571 this spring, with 18 extra base hits, 6 homeruns, and 27 runs batted in. Gibson also pitched 89 innings, finishing with an 11-2 record and 142 strikeouts. In the classroom, Samantha is also an honor roll student. 

This past Sunday, the Boston Globe recognized Samantha on being awarded Boston Globe All-Scholastic. Congratulations to Samantha and her team on a terrific season. LCA is proud of how you have represented our community!

Posted Wednesday, Jun 3, 2015 9:18:00 AM

The 2014-15 Boys Varsity Basketball team was led by the effort and performance of Adrian Ibeh '15 and Jude Guerrier '16. The young men helped guide LCA to a 12-12 season, a 3rd place finish in the Eastern Independent League with a 9-4 league record, an EIL A Pool Tournament Championship, and a Quarterfinal appearance in the NEPSAC Class C tournament. 

Both student-athletes were honored by the National Christian School Athletic Association (NCSAA) by their selection to the NCSAA Northeast Super-Regional Team. Earlier this year, both Ibeh and Guerrier were selected as EIL All-League and Ibeh also made NEPSAC Class C 3rd Team All-Star. 

Visit the NCSAA web site for a complete listing of Boys Basketball awards

Congratulations to Adrian and Jude on this accomplishment!

Adrian Ibeh '15 was selected to the NCSAA Northeast Super-Regional Team (photo courtesy Chip Vander Brug)

Jude Guerrier '16 was selected to the NCSAA Northeast Super-Regional Team (photo courtesy Chip Vander Brug)

Posted Monday, Jun 1, 2015 11:17:03 AM

Lady Lions Basketball captains Caroline Niland ’15 and Shae Roys ’16 have been selected to the National Christian Schools Athletic Association (NCSAA) Northeast Super Regional Team. Additionally, Caroline Niland was selected NCSAA 2nd Team All-American. Both Niland and Roys had outstanding seasons for LCA as they helped lead the team to a share of the Eastern Independent League title and a berth in the NEPSAC Class C Tournament.

Both young ladies were selected as EIL All-League and NEPSAC All-Stars as well. Caroline was also voted "EIL Player of the Year" by the EIL girls basketball coaches. Roys will be back to lead the Lady Lions next year, but Caroline Niland has committed to play basketball at NCAA Division III Skidmore College. Niland is part of a great recruiting class for the Thoroughbreds. Congratulations to Caroline and Shae on this great accomplishment!

Caroline Niland '15 - 2014-15 NCSAA 2nd Team All-American
Posted Friday, May 29, 2015 9:24:00 AM

In what has been a banner year at LCA, spring athletes were recognized at an all-school assembly on Friday morning for awards in the Eastern Independent League (EIL) and New England Prep School Athletic Council (NEPSAC). Athletic Director, Ryan Patrie ’03, introduced each award winner as Head of School, Tim Russell, presented them with a framed certificate.

2015 EIL Champions - LCA Lady Lions Softball (Photo courtesy Krista Manickas)

The 2015 EIL Champion Lady Lions Softball team was led by EIL Player of the Year and All-League selection, Samantha Gibson ’16. Gibson was a dominant pitcher and outstanding offensive force all season. In 89 innings pitched she struck out 142 batters with an earned run average of 1.538. Gibson also hit 6 home runs, had 27 runs batted in, a .571 batting average, and a 1.381 slugging percentage. Other all-league recipients include Shae Roys ’16, Victoria Cusanello ’17, Hannah Gouldrup ’17, and Abigail Broadhurst ’18. EIL honorable mention honorees were outfielders Kesha Porter ’15 and Gaby Franchi ’16. Additionally, first-year head coach, Brian LaHair was voted EIL Coach of the Year for helping to guide the Lady Lions to the league crown.

Samantha Gibson '16 was selected 2015 EIL Player of the Year for Softball (Photo courtesy Beth Denaro)

Girls Varsity lacrosse was led by EIL All-league selection and NEPSAC All-Star Meaghan Hayes ’16. Hayes scored 82 goals on the season for the Lady Lions. Captain Jillian Bowdring ’16 was also selected as a NEPSAC All-Star. EIL honorable mention recipients included captain Alexandra Madrid ’15 and Katie Braga ’16. Braga was also recognized as a NEPSAC All-Star.

Meaghan Hayes '16 scored 82 goals this season and was EIL All-League & NEPSAC All-Star (photo courtesy Todd Cravens)

Varsity Baseball finished 2nd in the EIL, won the EIL A Pool tournament and qualified for the New England Small School Tournament for the first time in over eight years. The Lions were led by all-league selections captain Thomas Segreve ’15, captain Walter Sharon ’17, and Jesse Welch ’17. Captain Ryan Ahern ’16 and Dillon Koster ’17 were EIL honorable mention honorees. Manager Jordan McCarthy in his first season with the Lions was voted EIL Coach of the Year for leading LCA to a second place EIL finish, an A Pool Tournament championship, and their first appearance in the New England tournament in over eight years.

Thomas Segreve '15 captained the Lions Baseball team and was selected EIL All-League (Photo courtesy Dorothy Greco)

Boys Varsity Lacrosse finished 5-8 on the season. The young team was led by all-league selection and captain Dara Faleye ’15. Faleye was one of the top defenders in the league and was also selected as a NEPSAC All-Star. Junior midfielder Jack McMahan ’16 had a great season for the Lions with 17 goals, 17 assists and helped LCA in the clearing game and was selected as an EIL All-League recipient and NEPSAC All-Star. Senior captain and attackman Peter Cusanello ’15 had a solid 2015 campaign with 19 goals and 18 assists. Cusanello was selected EIL Honorable Mention.

Dara Faleye '15 captained the Lions Lacrosse team and was selected EIL All-League & NEPSAC All-Star (photo courtesy Todd Cravens)

Congratulations to all of the Spring athletic EIL and NEPSAC award winners! They have represented LCA on the field of competition very well. 

Posted Monday, May 18, 2015 10:50:00 AM

It has been over 8 years since Varsity Baseball was selected to the New England Prep Small School Tournament. In Coach Jordan McCarthy's first season the Lions have made great strides as a team. After finishing tied for 2nd in the EIL regular season with a league record of 7-4 and 9-5 overall the Lions were ready for a big day at the EIL Tournament.

On Saturday, May 16 the team traveled to Berwick Academy for the Eastern Independent League A Pool tournament. The boys defeated Berwick 4-3 in the first semifinal. The win was LCA's third victory over Berwick on the season. Next up the Lions took on Portsmouth Abbey. The Ravens had defeated LCA 13-8 back on May 1, but LCA got the offense going and ended up defeating Abbey 12-8, clinching the A Pool Tournament Championship!

As a result of their efforts thus far, LCA was selected as the #4 seed in the East Bracket of the New England Prep Small School tournament and will travel to the #1 seed Providence Country Day School on Monday, May 18. If the boys can pull off a quarterfinal victory they will play the winner of Pingree-Marianapolis on Wednesday, May 20 and hope to qualify for the tournament finals on Friday, May 22 at Salem State. 

Congratulations to Coach McCarthy, Coach Getchell, and the Lions Varsity Baseball team! Best of luck in the upcoming New England Tournament. 

LCA Varsity Baseball - 2015 EIL A Pool Tournament Champions & NE Small School Tournament Selection

Posted Friday, May 15, 2015 10:08:49 AM

Three LCA spring athletic teams are scheduled to compete for EIL tournament championships on Saturday, May 16.

The regular season EIL Champion Lady Lions Softball team (11-1-1) will travel to Portsmouth Abbey for the league tournament. LCA will be the #1 overall seed and take on the host and # 4 seeded Portsmouth Abbey Ravens at 11:00 am. Earlier in the season LCA defeated the Ravens 6-5 in a thrilling come from behind walk-off win. The winner of Saturday’s semifinal will play the winner of Berwick and Bancroft at 1:30 pm.

Varsity Baseball (9-5) will also hit the road as the #3 seed to play Berwick Academy at Berwick at 1:00 pm. LCA defeated Berwick twice during the regular season. If the Lions make it three wins against the Bulldogs, they will play the winner of Portsmouth Abbey and Landmark in the finals at 3:00 pm.

Girls Varsity Lacrosse is hoping for a home field advantage when they host the 2015 EIL Girls Lacrosse Tournament this Saturday. The Lady Lions (4-10) are the #2 seed in the B Pool tournament and will play their “Route 2 Rival” Concord Academy at 9:30 am. The teams split their two games this season, with Concord winning earlier this week. The winner of that semifinal will play at 12:30 pm against the #1 seed in B Pool, Winsor School.

Congratulations to all 3 teams on great seasons. Hoping that they each bring back some hardware to LCA and finish their seasons strong.

Go Lions!

Posted Tuesday, May 12, 2015 11:57:14 AM

The Lady Lions Varsity Softball team hosted EIL rival Pingree School on Monday, May 11 with a chance to lock up the Eastern Independent League title. After falling behind 4-0 in the top of the 2nd inning, the Lady Lions got the offense going in the bottom of the 3rd as they batted around and score 7 runs to claim the lead. Samantha Gibson ’16, Hannah Gouldrup ’17, and Abigail Broadhurst ’18 all tripled and drove in a run to lead the offensive onslaught.

In the bottom of the 4th, Gibson struck again as she hit her fourth home run of the season driving in Shae Roys ’16 to push the LCA lead to 9-4. The Lady Lions would add a pair and take an 11-4 lead into the bottom of the 7th. Pingree attempted a rally, but came up short as LCA held on for an 11-6 victory! Samantha Gibson also pitched 7 complete innings, striking out 6 and only giving up one earned run.

The victory clinched LCA’s third league title and first since 2012. With Monday’s win, LCA’s record on the season is 9-1 in league play and 10-1-1 overall. Following the title-clinching win, first-year Head Coach Brian LaHair remarked, “The girls earned it. They always did what was asked of them and always gave it their all. I Could not be happier with all of the support from LCA students, athletes, parents, and boosters!”

LCA will play their final regular season game on Thursday, May 14 when they host Concord Academy at 4:00 pm for Senior Day. On Saturday, May 16 the Lady Lions will take part in the EIL Open Tournament (location TBD). 

2015 LCA Softball - EIL Champions!

Posted Tuesday, Apr 14, 2015 12:05:00 PM

LCA recognized in Girls Athletics in EIL news

LCA Girls Varsity Soccer Players Receive National Recognition & LCA Field Hockey Players Awarded NFHCA Honor

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