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Updated: 05/11/2014 08:00:02AM

Mantas showcased at Hitting Under the Lights

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SUN PHOTO BY CHRIS PORTER
Before Hitting Under the Lights began Friday night at Lemon Bay High School, it was time to put the pads on. Parents, students and friends joined players and coaches for an evening practice.

SUN PHOTO BY CHRIS PORTER

The Lemon Bay Manta cheerleaders were on the scene Friday night, bringing spirt and helping out.

SUN PHOTO BY CHRIS PORTER

During tackling drills, Tyler Nelson (18) brings down Sean Connaghan.

SUN PHOTO BY CHRIS PORTER

Vinny Messina tackles Brad Kryziak during drills at Hitting Under the Lights.

SUN PHOTO BY CHRIS PORTER

Harry Sheppard tackles an unidentified player during drills Friday night at Lemon Bay High.

SUN PHOTO BY CHRIS PORTER

Andrew Harris (54) tries to take down Joey Adams during tackling drills at Hitting Under the Lights at Lemon Bay High.

SUN PHOTO BY CHRIS PORTER
After practice, players were treated to a fish dinner, donated by Emerson King of Norma Jean's restaurant in Englewood, and prepared and served by the Lemon Bay Touchdown Club. Pictured are Bobby Caspolich, Robbie Cerami, Harry Sheppard and Travis Pickett.

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The Lemon Bay High School football team held their annual Hitting Under the Lights open practice Friday night.

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