The LHS Dive team had their district dive meet Oct. 24, and they have been waiting for this event all year. Junior diver Gavin Russ won first place, followed by junior diver Kyle Scissin in second place. Both qualified to move on to the regional competition. Freshman diver Nathanal Crowe received eighth place for the boys. For the girls’
Lecanto High School sent its Panthers to compete in the Swimming Districts for Central Florida in Clearwater Oct. 24 and 25. Overall, the Panthers were ranked second place, while the Lady Panthers were in eighth place for their category. Senior Cortney Toomey showed exceeding amounts of pride for the overall results of the Panthers’ performance at Districts. “It was
The Lecanto High Swimming Team went head to head against Springstead Oct. 11 at the Bicentennial Pool in Crystal River. Lecanto came out on top with a score of 94-85 for girls, and a score of 114 -73 for guys. Team captain JD Heinzman was supportive of his team and their victory. “Lecanto was able to come together tonight as
The Lecanto High School Boys’ Swim team dove into action against Westport, Thursday, Sept. 27. Even if the team does not believe that they did their best, many members believe that with a little bit of perseverance and practice, the team can become better, both as a group and individually. Some members of the team believe
The Lecanto High School boys’ and girls’ swim teams jumped in the pool Thursday, Aug. 30, for the Green and Gold meet to get ready for the new season. Even though the meet was not finished due to weather, the LHS swim teams, with all new swimmers this year, showed much potential. “We really had some great new swimmers,”
The Lecanto High School Panthers swam to the finish line to gain a place at the Class of 2A State Finals. The Panthers pushed as hard as they could at the district regional swim meet Nov. 5 at the YMCA pool in Orlando. Many of the swimmers set new personal records, and some came within seconds of
The Lecanto High School Swimming and Diving team attended the annual Florida Swimming Pool Association (FSPA) state invitational meet in Orlando last Friday and Saturday, October 7 and 8. The meet was the largest of its kind in the southeastern United States, and high schools across the state of Florida were invited to the meet.