News and Announcements
4/156/19 – After Monday’s District meet at Red Bug Park, LMP boys tennis will be moving on to regionals! Haru and Aron won line 1 doubles, taking this year’s title as District Champs and securing them a spot in the State Tournament May 1st! Solid performances from the rest of the boys team contributed to LMP’s overall finish as District Runner-up and a chance to move on to regionals next week at Windermere Prep! Go Griffins!
4/5/19 – Register now and support LMP Athletics in our Annual Summer of Fun Golf Tournament, April 26th, at Timacuan Golf Club! Lunch will be provided and LMP will hold silent auctions before and after the tournament, as well as on-the-course contests. The proceeds raised from the tournament will be utilized to improve our athletic facilities for the benefit of all our programs and students. Thank you for your support of Griffin Nation!
- 11:30am – Registration
- 1:00 pm – Shotgun Start
- 5:30 pm – Banquet, Auction, Awards Ceremony, and Roundtable with Mike Bender
4/13/19 – Congratulations Varsity Track on raising their own bar at District Championships with many personal bests, and a big congrats to Tyler Cashe who finished 1st in the 100m, 200m and Jazmine Marshall with a 3rd in 100m qualifying them both for the Regional Championships!
4/12/19 – Katie Rudow’s 14 three’s against CFCA this past 2018 season were not only an LMP record, but also 3 shots shy of the national record (17 in a game), earning her a spot in the NFHS record books ! She went 14 for 26 that game, setting a new school record and putting her on the map nationwide. Congrats Katie! Go Griffins!
4/8/19 – In a milestone event this past weekend, Sierra Brooks finished 10th among some of the world’s best amateur women golfers at the Augusta National Women’s Amateur Tournament . The Lake Mary native and LMP alum made history not only in her personal achievements this weekend, but also in helping pave the way for women in golf. For more coverage, interviews and articles from the ANWA, see the links below:
As a standout at the University of Florida, Sierra Brooks had already made history in becoming the first women’s player to win two tournaments in her first three starts as a Gator. An All-SEC second-team honoree as a sophomore, the Lake Mary, Fla. native advanced to the third round of match play in last summer’s U.S. Women’s Amateur and finished runner-up at the 2015 U.S. Women’s Amateur.