Indiana Area Senior Boys Varsity Lacrosse

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High School Boys’ Lacrosse Meeting – CANCELED!

MEETING IS CANCELED DUE TO NO SCHOOL TODAY. Attention to anyone interested in playing boys lacrosse this spring: There will be an interest meeting on Thursday November 15 at 3:00 p.m. in Sr. High School Room 005 (Health Room).   The meeting is expected to be only 20 minutes in length.  This meeting is for all

IHS Boys’ Lacrosse Team in WPIAL Playoffs

      Photo by Richard Breymeier     Congratulations to the Indiana High School boys’ lacrosse team on qualifying for the Class 2A WPIAL playoffs on Tuesday, May 16. Boys’ will face South Fayette @ South Fayette High School starting at 7:00 p.m. Admission to this event will be $7 for Adults and $5 for Students. Boys’ Lacrosse

5-7 Indiana at Norwin

Indiana took the road Monday to play Norwin  High School. Coming off some soaked rain performances, the Indians looked to regain some momentum to finish the season strong. The contest was one Indiana’s best. The team had a record high shots on goal and put constant pressure on the Golden Knights. Grant Harkleroad lead the

5-4 Indiana vs. Kiski Prep

Tonight marked Youth Appreciation Night. The whole program- ages 10 and under to Varsity participated in a celebration of our program. Coaches came out with their teams and were announced by age groups. Players formed a tunnel for the high school teams to run through. The program honored senior Giaco Gentile, today was a prideful

5-1 Indiana at Freeport

Indiana traveled to Freeport Tuesday night to take on divisional foe Freeport High School. Connor Montgomery stared the Indians off with a goal but it wasn’t enough as Yellowjackets took a 2-1 lead after the first quarter. The second quarter the Indians were held off the board while Freeport added two more to take a

4-30-18

Coming off some tough losses, Indiana welcomed Moon to their home Monday afternoon. The bright sun boosted Indiana to a quick 1-0 lead courtesy of junior Tavan Davis. Indiana looked to pressure one of WPIAL best teams. Hustling for ground balls, winning face-offs and big saves by freshman Ian Steele allowed the Indians to stay competitive all game.

4-24 Indiana vs. Mars

Mars Area High School came to Indiana Tuesday night as the first place team in WPIAL  with a rich history of successful lacrosse. With 20 seniors, Mars was determined to come out with a win. The Indiana boy’s continue their  tough stretch of games vs. the best teams in WPIAL. Through this stretch the team has

4-23 IHS at Hampton

The Boy’s Varsity team headed to Hampton on Monday to play the third ranked WPIAL team in the conference. Hampton came out strong scoring six in the first quarter to the Indians one. Never giving up Indiana battled to make the score 11-2 at half time with goals by Aaron Burkhart and Zach Wood. The

4-20 Indiana at State College

Indiana traveled to State College Friday night to take on the Lions. This was a first time experience for most of these student-athletes to travel to a highly touted high school program. The two hour bus ride was filled with anticipation and excitement. The Indians started off strong winning the first couple face offs but

4-17 Indiana at Gateway

Indiana traveled to Gateway Tuesday night seeking their first win in the section. Lead by junior Tavan Davis and senior Giaco Gentile the Indians won 10-7. Davis had five points; three goals and two assists while Gentile slammed home three goals himself. Adding to the mix, Connor Montgomery and Aaron Burkhart both had two goals