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Congrats to LHS FFA

Please join me in congratulating the LaGrange High FFA Agriculture Communications team on placing 1st at the area contest Dec 5th. The Team placed 1st out of 9 teams. Team members include Mizya Blackmon (12th), Trinity Lindbom (9th), Liz Rabun (11th) and Madison Scott (11th). Liz Rabun was the 1st top scoring individual and Madison Scott was the 2nd

LHS Boys Basketball improves to 6-0

BASKETBALL UPDATE BOYS FINAL: LaGrange 52, Harris County 48 Nafis Carston, Kobe Jones and D.J. Burks each scored 11 points for LaGrange, and Kindae Maddox and Javon Brown had seven points apiece. LaGrange improved to 6-0

LHS Girls Basketball wins Big

GIRLS FINAL: LaGrange 56, Harris County 44 Kamelah Kelley made two clutch 3-pointers late to help LaGrange hold off a Harris County comeback. Kelley led LaGrange (4-3) with 12 points. LaGrange has won three straight games.

LHS Wrestlers are Champions of Trail of Tears

The LaGrange High School wrestling team went to Russell County on Saturday 11/23 intent on doing the best we could in the Trail of Tears tournament. We first beat the Russell County Warriors in a close match 48-30. Next, we sent the Northside Patriots packing beating them 55-21. In our third match we made the

LHS Wrestlers scalped Russell County

The LaGrange High Wrestling Team had 2 goals going to Opelika High School Tuesday afternoon.  One was to come back with 2 wins, the other was to represent LaGrange High School to the best of our ability….let them know that the Grangers came to town. We accomplished both! We scalped the Russell County Warriors 54-28

LHS Soccer earns Academic Award

Congratulations to both the Varsity Boys and Girls Soccer Teams for once again winning the United Soccer Coaches Team Academic Award for the 2018-2019 season. In order for these students to win this award, the Varsity Team must carry a 3.25 GPA or higher for all Varsity members for the entire school year. This is their

LHS Wrestlers have Success at Central Carrollton

The LaGrange Granger Wrestling team won 4th place at the JC Ferrell Dual at Central Carrollton High School on Saturday. The Grangers beat the McIntosh Cheifs 39-24, stung the Calhoun Yellow Jackets 42-39 racking up 5 pins in a row during the match, demolished the Bowdon Red Devils 48-12 before losing to Tournament champions Central