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LHS Track CONTINUES to make school history.

<img src="×300.jpeg" alt="" width="300" height="300" class="alignnone size-medium wp-image-1660" /‪ Lecanto Boy’s & Girl’s Track continues to make history & leave their mark among Lecanto’s great track legends. LHS traveled to Hernando High School on Friday March 13 and finish 4th out of 16 teams in both the boys & girls division. Individual best (Personal Records)

LHS Boy’s Weightlifting remains UNDEFEATED

<img src="×300.jpeg" alt="" width="300" height="300" class="alignnone size-medium wp-image-1657" / On March 11 (Wednesday) Lecanto High School Weightlifting traveled to Hernando High School. When the last weight hit the floor, LHS remained UNDEFEATED with a 63-35 victory. The 8 Individual champions for LHS and their totals are listed below: 129lb-Thornton (395 total) 139lb-Torres (460 total) 159lb-Mavarikis

School Closed

All school will be closed till 3/30. No athletic contests, practices, workouts or school related activities. All facilities useage will be curtailed. The schools will be deep cleaned during the shutdown. Please contact school Monday for questions.

Updates and Cancellations

We are monitoring the health situation updates from CCSB, FLDOE, FLDOH, FHSAA. As we move into the coming days, we will be posting every schedule change or postponement as soon as possible. At present time, athletic contests vs. Marion County schools are canceled through March 24 by MC school board. Our JROTC has had 3

State Farm Citrus-Hernando Senior All Star Classic

The Lecanto Senior Boys Basketball Players, Chantz White, Anthony Panella, and Tyler Staggs, will participate in the 9th Annual State Farm Senior All Star Game this Thursday, March 12th at Lecanto High School at 7pm. The Seniors will be part of a team from Citrus County and Dunnellon that will play against the Hernando County

UCF Programming Competition

A group of 7 of LHS students attended the UCF Programming Competition on Monday, March 9. The 7 competitors had a great day and tackled some incredibly difficult programming problems.  Of the 127 teams, there were questions that none of them were able to solve.  Each of our teams solved at least one problem, with