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Kyle Praizner

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Bradenton FL

Kyle Praizner

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Boys reflect on successful soccer season

(LAKEWOOD RANCH, FL)- The LRHS varsity boys soccer season has ended. Being one of the boys’ best seasons, some of the players reflected on the season and memories as a team. Coach Vito Bavaro said, “It was a great season. Anytime you get to the state championship it’s a good season, and I have high expectations for our team next year.
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Boys reflect on successful soccer season

(LAKEWOOD RANCH, FL)- The LRHS varsity boys soccer season has ended. Being one of the boys’ best seasons, some of the players reflected on the season and memories as a team. Coach Vito Bavaro said, “It was a great season. Anytime you get to the state championship it’s a good season, and I have high expectations for our team next year.
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Online registration set for next week

(LAKEWOOD RANCH, FL) – As the 2017 school year ends, students must choose their classes for the next year. Mustangs this week filled out registration forms. Next week they’ll enter their choices online. “During the student’s English class, they will go to the media center to transfer their physical form to an online form,” said English teacher Michael Wood.
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LRHS graduate steps up to serve

(LAKEWOOD RANCH, FL) – A Mustang has come back to be part of the staff at LRHS. Environmental and physical science teacher Alexandra Schauble recently went on maternity leave, so for the rest of the year, Matthew Steele will be taking over for her. Steele is 29 years old and graduated from LRHS in 2005.
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Chorus flips financial flapjacks

(LAKEWOOD RANCH, FL) – The LRHS chorus has scheduled a Flapjack Fundraiser 8-10 a.m. on Saturday Dec. 3 at Applebee‘s on State Road 70. The Chorus students will serve a pancake breakfast, and tickets will be $7. This fundraiser is to raise money for a trip to New York to sing at Carnegie Hall where the students will perform with other high schools from around the country and will be led by world-class conductor John Rutter.
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Mustangs recognize American Education Week

This week is American Education Week, and there are events planned for each day of the week. LRHS discipline dean Michael Escorcia said that American Education week is important for students as well for faculty and staff. “It shows that we do see all the hard work they do, and this is a good chance to reward them for the hard work they do,” Escorcia said.
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LRHS TSA headed to conference

(LAKEWOOD RANCH, FL) – Representatives from LRHS Technology Student Association (TSA) will attend the Florida TSA Leadership conference this weekend Nov. 2 – 5 in Orlando. At the conference, students will learn leadership skills, how to run a successful and efficient chapter, as well as participating in team building activities.
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Seniors share special memories on last day

(LAKEWOOD RANCH, FL) – May 20 was the last day of school for LRHS seniors. As these last days of high school come to a close, some seniors are becoming nostalgic. Julia Damico was in color guard and marching band. Her most memorable moment in high school was state finals for color guard. “Just being there was cool,” she said.
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Mustangs get progress reports Thursday

(LAKEWOOD RANCH, FL) – LRHS Mustangs are going to receive progress reports Thursday. Even though it’s the fourth quarter, students shouldn’t be lazing around and letting their grades slip. Progress reports will be a reminder that the school year isn’t over yet. A couple of students gave the opinion on the matter.
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Prom tickets…how much and who buys?

(LAKEWOOD RANCH, FL) – Starting this week, prices for LRHS prom tickets will be increased $5 each day. Tickets were originally priced at $60 for Seniors and $70 for Juniors. According to Math teacher and Junior Advisory Board (JAB) adviser Macie French, “I have to give the Hyatt numbers (how many people to expect), and I am hoping the increase motivates all students to purchase so I am not late passing along the information to the hotel.
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Mustangs consider dancing for charity

Florida State University (FSU) is holding its annual charity Dance Marathon for Children’s Miracle Network. Last year they were able to raise $1.1 million, and this year they are going to see if they can top it. It’s a two day event where the participants have to stand or dance for 24 consecutive hours.
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Equestrian club seeks cold cash

The LRHS Equestrian Club is holding a fundraiser 4-7 p.m., Feb. 25 at the Dairy Queen Grill and Chill, 7155 53rd Ave. The Equestrian club takes 10% of the restaurant’s profits to use towards their club and their events. Club president Sydney Wolf, senior, said, “I am very excited to see this club get involved in the community like this.

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