Mustangs win district semi-final

Anabelle Lam – Mustangs Ahead (LAKEWOOD RANCH, FL) – Tuesday night, the LRHS varsity volleyball team defeated the Gulf Coast High School Sharks, 3-2, to win the district semi-finals. It was a back and forth battle all night with the Sharks winning the second and fourth set, but the Mustangs’ didn’t give up and battled…

Mustangs win girls district golf title

Corinne Kasten – Mustangs Ahead (LAKEWOOD RANCH, FL) – The LRHS girls golf team won the 3A District 11 Golf tournament last week. Mustang Ashleigh Angelo received Medalist with a score of 73, closely followed by Ashlyn Einwachter with a score of 74. Also contributing to the win was Lauren Hosier finished in third with…

LRHS FFA tops in forestry competition

Evelyn Bachman – Mustangs Ahead (LAKEWOOD RANCH, FL)- LRHS FFA Forestry teams competed on Oct. 10 at Cecil Webb in Charlotte County FFA’s. This is the first forestry team at LRHS in seven years. LRHS agriculture teacher and FFA adviser Janyel Taylor said, “We are happy to announce that Team A took first place and…

Marching Mustangs excel at first competition

Isabella Heupel – Mustangs Ahead (LAKEWOOD RANCH, FL)- Over the weekend the Marching Mustangs had their very first competition of the season. The competition took place at Wiregrass Ranch High School in Wesley Chapel. The band competed in the class 4A category winning best color guard, best percussion, best music and best overall visual. The band…

Wednesday means PSAT for Mustangs

Mariska VanLinder – Mustangs Ahead (LAKEWOOD RANCH, FL)- LRHS sophomores took the Pre-Scholastic Aptitude Test (PSAT) on Wednesday in their homerooms. The PSAT can be a great way to prepare for the SAT or American College Testing (ACT) Exam. The PSAT has two sections: Math and Evidence-Based Reading and Writing. “The PSAT gives students an opportunity…

National Honor Society gearing up for busy Fall

Emily Brandt – Mustangs Ahead (LAKEWOOD RANCH, FL) – The monthly LRHS National Honor Society (NHS) member meeting was held on Tuesday, Oct. 9. The first topic of discussion was the raise in members’ dues. For all members who haven’t paid their dues, the price was raised from $25 to $30. Fees will be used…