2016-17 Lakeview Bulldogs’ Girls’ Basketball Preview

Lakeview won the Austintown District II Championship last year.

Lakeview Bulldogs High School Basketball

2016-17 Lakeview Girls’ Basketball Preview
Head Coach: Jason Senedak, 1st season
2015-16 Record: 22-3

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2015-16 Team Stats
Scoring Offense: 57.5
Scoring Defense: 42.0

2015-16 Results
Elyria Catholic 50 Bulldogs 44*
Bulldogs 47 Howland 40*
Bulldogs 42 Poland 34*
Bulldogs 76 Southeast 68*
Bulldogs 80 LaBrae 28
Bulldogs 70 Niles 39
Poland 58 Bulldogs 53
Bulldogs 69 Edgewood 35
Bulldogs 68 Jefferson 40
Bulldogs 56 Canfield 49
Bulldogs 79 Hubbard 33
Bulldogs 68 Niles 41
Bulldogs 54 Struthers 51
Bulldogs 37 Newton Falls 36
Bulldogs 35 Harding 32
Bulldogs 48 Chagrin Falls 29
Bulldogs 56 Fitch 55
Bulldogs 59 Poland 50
Bulldogs 54 Edgewood 21
Bulldogs 67 Jefferson 43
Bulldogs 64 Champion 33
Bulldogs 57 Hubbard 32
Bulldogs 46 Maple Heights 43
Howland 65 Bulldogs 60
Bulldogs 70 Struthers 63
Bulldogs 60 Southeast 51
*-Playoff game

2016-17 Schedule
Nov. 25 – at Howland, 7
Nov. 26 – Toni Ross Spirit at Howland
Nov. 29 – at Champion, 5:30
Dec. 3 – at Southeast, 5:30
Dec. 7 – at Jefferson, 7
Dec. 12 – at Canfield, 7
Dec. 14 – at Harding, 7
Dec. 17 – at Boardman, 12
Dec. 21 – West Branch, 7
Dec. 28 – East, 12
Jan. 4 – at Fitch, 7
Jan. 7 – Canfield, 2:30
Jan. 11 – at Edgewood, 7
Jan. 14 – Poland, 12
Jan. 18 – Howland, 7
Jan. 21 – at Struthers, 2:30
Jan. 25 – Harding, 7
Jan. 28 – Board,an, 12
Feb. 1 – Newton Falls, 7
Feb. 4 – at East, 12
Feb. 8 – Fitch, 7
Feb. 11 – Jackson, 7

Key Returnees
Four of the team’s five starters from a year ago are back. Seniors Jensen Silbaugh and Cammie Becker are joined by juniors Annie Pavlansky and Lindsay Carnahan.

Outlook
After last year’s District Championship season, Adam Lewis stepped down as the head basketball coach at Lakeview. Jason Senedak, who was hired in mid-September, took over after serving as the program’s junior varsity coach. Senedak says with playing against the AAC Red Tier competition means more games against local D1 powers like Canfield, Boardman, Harding and Fitch. “It’ll make for a year full of challenges and potential for preparing for tournament play.”

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