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The following students competed at Regionals on Friday-Saturday, April 7-8, at Sam Houston in these areas:

Connor Alexander - Poetry
Katie Arabie - Accounting
Chandler Barr - Science, Number Sense, Math
Tori Bland - Accounting
Sydney Bowman - Headline Writing
Chris Cook - Number Sense, Math
Matthew Cox - Current Issues & Events, Computer Science
Valen Elliott - Feature Writing, News Writing
Ashlynn Ellis -  Prose
Kierra Figgins - LD Debate
Cody Girouard - Number Sense, Math
Spencer Johns - Current Issues & Events
Dalan Jones - Current Issues & Events
Thomas King - Number Sense, Calculator, Math, Computer Science
Derrick Martin - Computer Science
Nick Mugleston - Computer Science
Dajhuan Myles - Computer Science
Bailey Noah - Feature Writing
Adrienne Norris - Informative Speaking
Nyah Patel - Current Issues & Events
Hailey Perkins - Accounting
Tyler Regan - Prose
Autumn Rendall - Ready Writing, Editorial Writing
Eli Ridout - Prose
Lucas Ridout - Poetry
Sydney Smith - Math
Bayleigh Swanton - Current Issues and Events
Dalton Teeler - Poetry
Akhil Tejani - Informative Speaking
Aman Tejani - Persuasive Speaking
Tyler Wolfford - Computer Science



Debate – The team of Aman Tejani and Akhil Tejan advanced to the State UIL debate tournament.

Powerlifting – Hunter Angelo (7th at state – 1180 in 148 lbs.), Jeremiah Armstrong (6th at state – 1715 in SHW), and Grant Lacour (10th at state – 1390 in 275 lbs.)!

Varsity Cheer - On Thursday, January 12, the Varsity Cheerleaders advanced to the finals at the state UIL Cheerleading competition and finished as one of the top 20 best 4A cheer teams in Texas!

Boys Cross Country – On Saturday, October 29, the Boys Cross Country Team placed 3rd at the Regional Meet in Huntsville.  This group is the first cross country team to represent LCM at State! On Saturday, November 12, the team placed 11th at the state meet! Eli Peveto is the 22nd fastest 4A runner in Texas!

Battlin’ Bear Band – On Saturday, October 29, the Battlin’ Bear Band performed at the Area competition at Stephen F. Austin and advanced to the Area Finals competition and to state. On Monday, November 7, the LCM Battlin’ Bear Band competed at the UIL 4A State Marching Contest at the Alamodome in San Antonio and finished the season as the 11th best 4A band in Texas!


Girls Soccer – The Lady Bears advanced to Round 5 and are one of the four BEST 4A teams in the state! They defeated Bay City in the Regional Semi-Finals. They defeated Hardin-Jefferson in Round 3, defeated Center in Bi-District Playoffs, and defeated Lenora in District Playoffs.

Boys Soccer – The Battlin’s Bears advanced to Bi-District playoffs.

Boys Basketball – The Bears defeated Lufkin Hudson to win the Bi-District Championship and advanced to Area playoffs.

Girls Basketball – The LCM Lady Bears advanced to the Bi-District playoffs.

Football – The Battlin’ Bears advanced to Bi-District playoffs.

Volleyball – The LCM Lady Bears defeated Silsee to share the District title with them. Then they defeated Jasper to earn the Bi-District title. They advanced to Area.

One-Act Play

Region—4th Place
Tyler Regan & Sydney Smith--All Star Cast; Connor Alexander--Honorable Mention All Star; Emily Warner--Top Technician 

Area – 2nd Place
Tyler Regan--Best Actress; Connor Alexander & Sydney Smith--All-Star Cast; Kaylee Pattillo--Honorable Mention All-Star Cast; Emily Warner--Outstanding Technician

Bi-District  1st Place
Tyler Regan--Best Actress; Chandler Peveto & Sydney Smith--All-Star Cast; Connor Alexander--Honorable Mention All-Star Cast; Jennifer Ellis--Outstanding Technician

District  1st Place
Chandler Peveto--Best Actor; Sydney Smith & Tyler Regan--All-Star Cast; Kaylee Pattillo & Connor Alexander--Honorable Mention All-Star Cast; Cade Bonnin--Outstanding Technician; LCM--Top Technical Crew


   Future Activities:

  • Apr 17 – Start of 6th Grading Period
  • Apr 28 – Honey Bear Spring Show, auditorium, 6:30 p.m.
  • May 2 – STAAR U.S. History EOC Exam
    (Juniors & Seniors report to gym by 11:40)
  • May 3 – STAAR Biology EOC Exam
    (Juniors & Seniors report to gym by 11:40)
  • ​May 3 – AP English 4 Exam
  • May 4 – STAAR Algebra I EOC Exam
    (Juniors & Seniors report to gym by 11:40)
  • ​May 4 – AP U.S. Government Exam
  • ​May 8 – AP Music Theory Exam
  • ​May 9 – AP Calculus Exam
  • ​​May 10 – Senior Class Big Group Picture, 10 a.m.
  • May 10 – AP Statistics Exam, noon
  • May 15 – Senior Scholarship night,auditorium, 6 p.m.
  • May 16 – HS Band Spring Concert
  • May 19 – Awards Ceremonies
    • ​2nd period – juniors
    • 3rd period – seniors
    • 6th period – freshmen
    • 7th period – sophomores
  • May 18 – HS Choir Spring Concert
  • May 20 – Prom (Dress Code)
  • May 25 – Graduation, Montagne Center, Lamar University, 7 p.m.

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Orange County Results

On Saturday, April 23, both LCM students competed at the County Finals at the Lutcher Theater. 
Connor Alexander – Declamation – 1st Place/$5,000

Kaylee Patillo – Interpretative – 2nd Place/$2,500

Congratulations to the following students who advanced to the LCM Finals on Sunday, February 26. The top two in each category won scholarship money while 1st place will advance to represent LCM at the Orange County Finals.

Declamation LCM Results
1st place/$2,000 scholarship –
Connor Alexander (advances to County Finals)
2nd place/$1,500 scholarship –
Jordan Alexander
Finalists – Jackson Baeza, Elizabeth Johns, and Sydney Smith

Interpretative LCM Results
1st place/$2,000 scholarship
Kaylee Patillo 
(advances to County Finals)
2nd place/$1,500 scholarship –
Eli Ridout
Finalists – Spencer Johns, Alora Jones, and Caitlyn Sulak

2017-2018 LCM High School Cheerleaders

Jodi Cabiness, Karli Choate, Lani Daniels, Morgan Denman, Haley Edwards, Kati Foskey, Kennedy Franklin, Rylie George, Kylie Gross, Skylar Henry, Mallory Lisle, Rylee Locke, Taylor Malone, Lyndie Manuel, Karlie Morgan, Reagan Odom, Kylee Perry, Haleigh Stark

Junior Varsity
Cassie Blackmon, Allyson Campbell, Reese Cricchio, Lili Doucet, Saylor Dronett Sarah Fruge, Amiyah LeBlanc, Crystal Malone, Jenna McCorvy, Haylee Wheeler

Lexxi Fair, Sydney Franklin


2017-2018 LCM Honey Bear Drill Team

Caylee Aleman, Tilor Armfield, Allison Ball, Gabriela Bell, Aniken Borel, Albanie Calais, Valerie Doucet, Harli Foreman, Sarah Gonzalez, Andrea Howard, Meredith LeBoeuf, Dajha Myles, Sydney Peet, Jessica Rouse, Abby Sadler, Shelby Smith, Daisy Sutton, Abbigail Thomas, Ashley Umbenhaur, Chrislyn Wells, Emily White, Bristyn Willey, Kadence Williams

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Academically grounded, technologically advanced, student-centered, community-supported and respectful of individuality . . . these are the hallmarks of Little Cypress-Mauriceville High School. Its broad-based curriculum includes advanced placement and honors classes, dual credit courses, and a full spectrum of career/technical offerings. Our T-STEM Academy gives students a solid foundation for future academic achievement. Students with special needs have access to multiple resources to ensure success.

As a Microsoft Innovative School and IT Academy, LCM High School offers students the opportunity to take courses that will prepare them to test for Microsoft Office Specialist certifications.

Extra-curricular activities and organizations appeal to a wide variety of student interests: Student Council, National Honor Society, foreign language clubs, service clubs, and FFA, to name a few. Major competitive sports include football, volleyball, baseball, softball, soccer, tennis, track, cross country, and golf. Band, choir, drama, yearbook, speech, and debate have been consistent award winners.

Little Cypress-Mauriceville High School is also supported by an experienced staff, involved parent organizations and active school-community partners.

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