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The Tennis Team Celebrates Senior Night with a Victory!

The Lebanon Boy’s tennis team had an amazing win against Rossville and senior night was a big success!  The Tigers positive energy during their match as  number one singles player Sam Godby won without dropping a game 6-0, 6-0.  At two and three singles, Raghuram Srinivasen and Zack Rice both won 6-0, 6-1.  Grayson Heinbaugh

THANKS TO LSBA FOR THEIR GENEROUS DONATION TO THE ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT!

On behalf of  all student athletes and coaches, we would like to take this opportunity to thank the Lebanon Sports Booster Association  for their generous donation of $8,000.00.  Wednesday night at the Booster meeting, LSBA earmarked a donation of $3,000.00 to be used to purchase requested additional equipment for payday loans credit the new weight

Mounties lose to Tigers after 2-0 advantage

Mounties lose to Tigers after 2-0 advantage Jeff Nelson For the Journal Review | Posted: Wednesday, September 18, 2013 1:15 am NEW MARKET — Southmont’s volleyball team got off to a great start, but Lebanon rallied back for a 3-2 comeback win Tuesday night in Sagamore Conference action. The Mounties won the first two sets,

Cross Country Results

Last night the cross country teams were on the road again to compete against Sheridan in a dual meet. The mens team ran well and was victorious 28 –35. Scorers were Tommy Veerkamp who paced the harriers with a first place finish, Nathan Wire 4th, Evan Cortez 5th, Kory Olemacher 8th, and Conner Belcher 10th.

LADY TIGERS GOLF CAPTURES SAGAMORE CONFERENCE TITLE

Congratulations to the Lady Tigers who captured the Sagamore Conference Title. Abby Messenger led the way as medalist and shooting an 83. Allison Goodwin 84 Emily Milburn 93 Katlyn Coddington 94 Sydney Bolyard 97 Abby, Allison and Emliy made first team All Conference Katlyn and Sydney were second team.  Congrats!   2013 Sagamore Conference Golf

CROSS COUNTRY MEET RESULTS

Thursday evening saw the Tiger cross country team return to action at the 17 team Charger Classic. The level of competition was excellent as the field held a number of regional qualifiers. The tigers dropped time, but the results didn’t mirror the effort. On the boys side the tigers finished 13th. Scorers included Tommy Veerkamp

Tigers set records, win tournament

Lebanon Tigers Volleyball had two players break school records last week. Kristen Spolyar broke the single match record of 24 kills set by Kalyn Harker in 2009. Spolyar broke the record versus Tri-West with 34 kills. Kallee Rice broke the single match record of 46 assists set by Chea Miller in 2009. Rice broke the

Lady Tigers sweep Sheridan

The LHS JV volleyball team remains undefeated at 3-0 after a convincing win against Sheridan in two sets tonight. The Tigers varsity volleyball team got off to a slow start dropping the first set to Sheridan but turned it around with a strong hitting performance birds eye pasta secrets from  Kristen Spolyar. Spolyar finished the