Ethan Kranert -Mustangs Ahead
(LAKEWOOD RANCH, FL) – As the fall season of esports comes to a close, Mustangs from all grade levels are thinking of the future.
Esports senior Mark Tarver is a player on the Rocket League Alpha Team and aspires to become a professional composer.
He enjoys playing video games, as well as playing instruments such as guitar and piano.
Tarver said, “The funny thing about music is that, in reality, it’s just a bunch of sounds thrown together. And yet, sometimes it can tell a story better than any words.”
On the Alpha Team, Tarver is a defensive player and is responsible for many of the goals scored in their matches.
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The LRHS esports teams play a variety of games, including Rocket League and Super Smash Bros. Ultimate.
The fall esports season runs until Monday, Dec. 12, and there will be a spring season starting spring 2023.
Anyone interested in the LRHS esports program can contact coach and reading teacher Kari Keech-Babcock at extension 32020, or in room 922 before or after school.