Mustang basketball tips off against cancer

Savannah Else – Mustangs Ahead (LAKEWOOD RANCH, FL)- January 25 – 31, is the Coaches vs. Cancer Suits and Sneakers Week across America. Basketball teams from across the state, including the Mustangs, will be raising money and awareness for the American Cancer Society (ACS). Varsity coach Jeremy Schiller and other coaches at the Ranch and…

Soccer boys recognize seniors

Zach Fenimore- Mustangs Ahead (LAKEWOOD RANCH, FL)-The LRHS varsity boys soccer team is hosting rival Braden River in their senior night game at 5 p.m. tonight. This year’s seniors include Owen Speir, Tim Sheredy, Reed Rampinelli, Reid Zimmerman, Kevin Caceres, Jacob Deglman, Scott Hodge and Luke Hroncich. Stay updated on important LRHS news and share…

Orienteering team opens season with success

Morgan McCabe – Mustangs Ahead (LAKEWOOD RANCH, FL)- LRHS Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps (JROTC) Orienteering season has started back up with their first competition this past weekend. Orienteering is a sport that requires participants to use a map and compass to run to a series of points shown on the map, choosing routes—both on…

Cards to essential workers can earn community service

Katie Foley – Mustangs Ahead (LAKEWOOD RANCH, FL)- LRHS is hosting a new volunteer event called “LRHS is Kind.” This event allows all Mustangs to have an opportunity to earn community service hours. All Mustangs, including on and off campus learners, can create thank you cards for essential workers such as medical and transportation workers…

Teacher recommendations can aide college applications

Jordan Heffner – Mustangs Ahead (LAKEWOOD RANCH, FL) – With college application deadlines approaching, many senior Mustangs should start getting letters of recommendation. “A letter of recommendation not only communicates to a college or employer what kind of person the candidate is but it also shows their potential to succeed further,” explained LRHS college and…