JV coaches carry positive thoughts on football season

Carson Manning-Mustangs Ahead (Lakewood Ranch, FL)- The LRHS junior varsity (JV) football team ended their season 1-7.   “I feel like the season went pretty well,” said head coach Alex Michaud. “It didn’t go as well on our overall record, but we got better every single week.” Michaud is thankful for the help of his…

Boo Fest provides Mustang service opportunities

Ella Botko-Mustangs Ahead (LAKEWOOD RANCH, FL)- Last Friday, Lakewood Ranch’s annual Boo Fest took place. Boo Fest is a Halloween themed event that occurs every year on Lakewood Ranch’s Main Street. Featuring live music, face painting, trick or treating, and more, Boo Fest aims to lift the spirits of community members of all ages. LRHS…

Creative photography students add goulish talents to Halloween

  Mariska VanLinder– Mustangs Ahead (LAKEWOOD RANCH, FL) – Mustangs were into the Halloween spirit Thursday. One class in particular is helping to add to this Halloween spirit by decorating the hallways with spooky portraits created by students.    Creative Photography classes have been working on an assignment in which they have taken self-portraits and have…

Mustangs React – Halloween marks start of anticipated holiday season

Gracie Coyne and Maddie Forman – Mustangs Ahead (LAKEWOOD RANCH, FL) – This week “Mustangs Ahead” asked LRHS students, “What is your favorite holiday?” With Halloween right around the corner, some LRHS students told us why that is their favorite. Sophomore Naya Weiner said, “Halloween is my favorite holiday because you’re able to dress up…

Asolo actors share Shakepeare with Mustangs

Kara Smith– Mustangs Ahead (LAKEWOOD RANCH, FL) – On Wednesday, Asolo Repertory came to LRHS to perform a modernized rendition of Shakespeare’s “Romeo and Juliet”. The actors consisted of third-year Asolo students. Several LRHS English, theatre, and Health Opportunities through Physical Education (HOPE) classes attended the 45-minute performance. The performers interacted with the audience by…