Lee wins 2023 Mr.LHS in Barbie-themed competition

Photo by Danica Keane
Photo by Danica Keane

Mr. LHS, the well-known pageant for senior boys, takes place every November to help the cheerleaders raise money for the season. This year’s theme was Barbie Style. Eight senior boys participated in the pageant this year: Austin Crea, Drew Hottinger, Clayton Lee, Dawson Crane, James Grossman, Keith Evans, Braden Chenault, and Brittan Schatz.
They competed in fitness, talent, and composure/interview categories. Each category has a winner and a runner-up.
When asked why Evans decided to do Mr. LHS, he responded, “I watched the show last year, and I thought it looked fun.” Evans and Hottinger look forward to the swim category, while Schatz and Grossman look most forward to the fitness category.
This year’s winner for fitness was Austin Crea, the winner for swimwear was Drew Hottinger, the talent winner was Brittan Schatz, the composure winner was Clayton Lee, and the interview winner was Keith Evans.
A new award was given to the person with the most LHS spirit, a tie between Dawson Crane and Braden Chenault. The second runner-up for Mr. LHS is James Grosman. First runner-up is Brittan Schatz.
The 2023 Mr. LHS for the class of 2024 is Clayton Lee. Congratulations to all of this year’s Mr. LHS contestants. Everyone did amazing and did it for a good cause.
Mr. LHS is a hurmorous take on Junior Miss, otherwise known as Distinguished Young Women. In this competition, junior women take part in a pageant that has the same elements as Mr. LHS, but instead of a fundraiser for the cheerlkeaders, DYW allows
scholarship oppurtunities for winners. It also also allows for these women to learn skills to help them outside of high school, such as leadership and being involved as a member of society.

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