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Taylor Butler

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Local paper recognizes Mustang athletes

(LAKEWOOD RANCH, FL)- LRHS excels in many sports, but there are some students and coaches who stand out from the rest. Tuesday night the Sarasota Herald-Tribune recognized athletic students from 21 different sports, from 20 different high schools at Robarts Arena in Sarasota. LRHS was well represented by John Rivera in cross country and track, Pablo Garabitos in baseball, Drew Angelo in boys golf, Spencer Mauk who won a determination award, Sophia Falco in track and field, and Maddison Krstec in girls soccer.
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Who you callin’ chicken? Maybe LRHS FFA

(LAKEWOOD RANCH, FL) – The LRHS FFA was recently approved for a grant that will fund the chapter’s new chicken coop and chickens. The new chicken coop is an anticipated addition because it extends the learning of the chapter to poultry and how to show meat pen chickens. The chapter gets the coop Monday, but they will get the chickens over summer and start learning and working with them next school year.
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LRHS FFA readying for states

(LAKEWOOD RANCH, FL)- As the year begins to die down the LRHS FFA begins to prepare for the biggest competitions of the year held at the annual FFA state convention. There are a total of 12 students representing LRHS and nine students competing June 11-16 in Orlando. Freshman Kylee Graham is competing on the junior chapter team for conduct of chapter meetings.
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Grab a senior parking spot? Think again

(LAKEWOOD RANCH, FL)- As the school year comes to an end graduating LRHS seniors leave behind memories of good times but, maybe more importantly to underclassmen, they leave behind their senior parking spot. With the overwhelming number of Mustangs driving to school parking spots are a valued commodity.
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Mustangs seek prom royalty

(LAKEWOOD RANCH, FL)-Anyone who wants to be the LRHS prom king or queen needs to pay attention. In order to become prom king or queen, students need to be nominated by teachers. Teachers who want to nominate student they must send a brief email to Junior Advisory Board adviser Tana Phelps with names of the nominees.
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LRHS FFA banquet to recognize success

(LAKEWOOD RANCH, FL) – Every year the LRHS FFA hosts a dinner for all FFA members, but this dinner isn’t just a chance to eat. FFA members will be recognized Wednesday night for their dedication and achievements throughout the year. LRHS FFA adviser Janyel Taylor explained that over 20 specialty awards will be presented along with many participation awards.
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LRHS FFA gets new leaders

(LAKEWOOD RANCH, FL)- The LRHS FFA chapter held 2017-18 officer elections this past Thursday. New officers will be President Isabelle Chamness, Vice President Alyssa Mckinney, Secretary Kylee Graham, Treasurer JT Girman, Sentinel Savanah Freitag, Reporter Cara Zeveney, and Student Advisor Jessica Bierds.
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LRHS FFA knows its veggies

(LAKEWOOD RANCH, FL)- The LRHS FFA vegetable judging team is taking part in a mock vegetable judging test March 31 in Orlando. There are two divisions; one consists of a junior team, freshmen Kylee Graham, Shannon Ray, and Holly Grathwohl, and a senior team, juniors Isabelle Chamness, Alyssa McKinney, Jessica Bierds, and Ashley Scalzi.

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