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MADE IT TO STATE!
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!
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.
Choir Students Advance to Area
Congratulations to choir students Caitlyn Sulak, Shelby Smith, Chase Courtier, Hunter Perkins and Chandler Peveto, who competed and were selected to advance to the Area level of competition. In January, they will compete again against other students from our Area for a place in the Texas All State Choir.
Band Students Make All-Region
Several Advance to Area Competition
LCM had 31 students make the TMEA All Region Band
with 10 musicians advancing to the Area Competition*:
Cory Girouard*, Tommy Holland*, Julian Purgahn, Logan Comeaux*, Bayleigh Swanton, Chrisleigh Longlois, Jared Pierce, Darby Watson*, Chaz, Hill, Hayden Hext, Hunter Fuselier, Akhil Tejani*, Kooper Abernathy, Trace Shannon, Devyn Drake, Kace Smith*, Aman Tejani, Brandon Day, Austin Girouard*, Thomas King*, Kaimen Swanton, Alexandra Ramos, Shaleigh Hebert, Nyah Patel, Avery Holland*, Alex Dukes, Abby Coppage, Abby Cart*, Bryanna Lewis, Jacob Hollier, Valen Elliott
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