LBHS Athletes and Sportsmanship Awards of the Month

January 16, 2024 at 11:28 a.m.



Lorenzo Mauceri, senior quarterback, led his team to a district title, regional quarterfinal, and regional semifinal game this year. His team finished the season with a 10-2 record. He threw for 1,503 yards and ten touchdowns. Lorenzo ran for 733 yards and another seven touchdowns.

Photo courtesy of Tim Kern. 



Tee’aunna Williams became the first girl in Lemon Bay history to achieve a total of 400lbs at the meet versus Riverview on November 30th. Her 195-pound clean and jerk, coupled with her 205-pound bench press, marks the first time a Lady Manta has achieved this feat. Tee is currently ranked second in the state in her weight class. Tee also broke the school record for the Olympic Snatch, her 150-pound lift at the meet vs Port Charlotte breaks the school record by ten pounds. Tee has led the team to an 8-0 start to the season including victories over Venice, Riverview, Port Charlotte, as well as taking first place at the Freedom and Labelle invites, despite being the smallest classified school at both meets.

Receiving Honorable Mention for Athlete of the Month are Maya Collins, junior, girls basketball; Ron Marquette, junior, and Kyle Domke, junior, boys cross country; Mackenzie Martin, sophomore, girls cross country; Christopher Cabrera, senior, and JJ Powers, senior, boys soccer; Addison Hunger, junior, and Quincey Dunlap, senior, girls weightlifting; and Ailee Briggs, freshman, girls wrestling.



LBHS Sportsmanship Award Winner
Congratulations to Khloe Evans, sophomore, girls weightlifting, who was selected for the November Sportsmanship Award. Khloe never stops. She will bring bars and weights into the weight room before practice. She lifts longer than anyone else at practice. She cleans up everything after practice. She is always encouraging to her teammates and keeps them engaged and working hard. She has recruited and welcomed many new girls to the weightlifting team after 14 seniors graduated last season from the state runner-up team. She is a constant helper and encourager with other teams at meets. Through her own hard work and dedication, she has increased her traditional and Olympic lift total by 100 pounds each over last season. Other coaches consistently comment on how warm and welcoming coming to Lemon Bay for a meet is, and Khloe sets that standard. Photo courtesy of Tim Kern.