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Lisenby Paints A New Color

Megan Lisenby shares her story of the painted chair while she holds her three-eared monkey Van Gogh.
It was the summer of this year that Lisenby painted her chair inspired by Van Gogh's

Donovan Robertson, Staff Reporter

September 13, 2019

Those who come into Megan Lisenby’s (Faculty) art room of the 600 hall enter a novice and leave more masterful and confident. Lisenby, the new art teacher on campus shares information on what it was like to re-enter the school as a teacher instead of a student some years ago.  As a former student, Li...

Behind the meets of Cross Country

Sprinting across a field Vicki Roberts (12) concentrates on her practice. Vicki Roberts has been doing Cross Country for nine years.

Jacob Montgomery, Staff Reporter

September 13, 2019

While Cross Country works hard during the meets, they work even harder in preparation. The Cross Country team has different days of the week that they do certain training. Mondays and Tuesdays are spent doing speed drills, such as 800 half mile repeats and timed runs, alternating between hard runs...

Disney’s “High School Musical” to play at Main Street Dawson Theater

Director Andrew Miller garners attention from the cast of Disney's

Ella Faircloth, Staff Reporter

September 11, 2019

At the Dawson Main Street Theater, excitement has been brewing for weeks. A production of “High School Musical,” based on the Disney Channel Original Movie of the same name, will be playing there later this month. Lauren Miller (10) and Jude Mullins (11), two of the cast members from LCHS, have been pre...

4 Lee County Trojans Commit to Play at The Next Level

Throwing the ball to a wide open receiver. Kyle Toole releases a dart.

Eric Tabor

September 10, 2019

Abby Hughes (12) is a senior softball player. She is the varsity pitcher for the Lady Trojans. Hughes is committed to play at Georgia Tech. When asked about playing with the highest level of competition, she said, “I think I can play at the division one level because I have a good work ethic and am very d...

Students play around during halftime for prizes

Students cheer on their peers at the football game, dressed in their tiki attire. The theme for this game was tiki.

Georgia Miller, Editor-In-Chief

September 9, 2019

Student Government Association has already been hard at work this year in many new and exciting ways. One of these such ways was an out of the box homecoming theme. Another such way has been the halftime games open to the student section. At every football game this year, SGA has hosted a game during h...

Crime in Leesburg and How to Help

Two cops pull over citizen to inspect vehicle. These two men are on duty by making sure no one is entering or leaving in a stolen vehicle. Officer, Allen Barnhill says,

Haley Lokey, Staff Reporter

September 8, 2019

Lee County is a small town with a large population. The crime rates in Leesburg are fortunately not as bad as it is in its surrounding areas, however the things that go unnoticed are becoming more frequent. Police and correctional officer of twenty years, Allen Barnhill said, "I do not think the cr...

Skills USA: A working force

Skills USA: A working force

Tye Smith, Staff Reporter

September 7, 2019

Skills is a combination of most all trade skills coming together to compete. Trades like carpentry, masonry, tile, welding, public speaking, electrical and much more. Lee County has competed for a couple of years now, and it has been much fun the competitors say. Patrick Dollar (12) said, “Skills USA is g...

Painting in a new year

Painting in a new year

Erin Epperson, Staff Reporter

September 6, 2019

With one hundred spots sold, seniors gain the creativity to paint their own parking spot.  This is the second year seniors have earned access to express their creativity in painting a spot. Along with being a fun opportunity, the money also goes directly back to students by offsetting the yearbook pric...

Lisenby makes a colorful entrance

Lisenby makes a colorful entrance

Jordyn Denham

September 5, 2019

Lee County Elementary School students and teachers are excited to have a new and inspirational mural on their walls. Megan Lisenby (faculty), a first year art teacher and graduate of Lee County High School, returned to the school she once served as a paraprofessional to create this work of art. Lisenby said, “I h...

Football themes bring in a crowd

Pumped up to be at the game, Lee County students cheer in the stands.  The theme that night was cowboy and students dressed in their best country attire.

Jacob Montgomery, Staff Reporter

September 5, 2019

Football season has started, and with the thrill of games comes extra entertainment for the students. At each home game comes a special wacky treat for students to participate in. Similar to homecoming week, each home football game has a theme that students can dress up to. Some students take the...

Varsity football wins against Life Christian Academy

Christian Frazier (12), a running back, catches the ball after electing to receive for winning the coin toss. He ran the ball down the field making it as far as he could before being stopped by Life Christian Academy’s defensive line.

Georgia Miller, Editor-In-Chief

September 2, 2019

With the sun headed down and the stands filling up, the Varsity football team took the field. The captains winning the coin toss elected to receive the ball as the game versus Virginia’s Life Christian Academy Eagles begins. LCA’s Eagles put up a strong defense throughout the game but the Trojans bro...

Varsity football’s Hamp Smith Classic rained out

Trojans work to take down Dougherty County player in a tackle.

Georgia Miller, Editor-In-Chief

August 26, 2019

At the second annual Hamp Smith Classic, the Lee County Trojans took on the Dougherty County Trojans once again. The first touchdown of the game is made by Preston Simmons (11) 2:56 into the game and Austin Beaver (12) follows it up with a PAT, this making the score 7-0. After Lee takes a yellow fl...

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