The Lakeland Mirror

Dezmen Morse
Dezmen Morse is a 6-foot-3 man who enjoys the little things life has to offer. From glaring into sunsets to staring rigorously at the vague space in the sky that million stars occupy, Dezmen never takes a moment for granted. There are only a couple things that Dezmen enjoys more than sunsets and stargazing: people and sports. He loves feeding off the different energies that so many different types of people have to offer in this unique and diverse world. As for sports, he believes they are such a perfect reflection of the real world when it comes to facing adversity, working with others, building character, making tough decisions and learning tough decisions that they must be God-sent. He believes the competitive nature of sports pushes players to their limits and brings out the best in them.

Dezmen Morse, 2016 Sports Editor

Dec 14, 2016
Shot blocking as an art form (Story)
Nov 19, 2016
Men’s basketball blows second game (Story/Media)
Nov 18, 2016
Muskies basketball teams fall short at season’s start (Story)
Nov 03, 2016
Women’s volleyball falls short, ending season (Story)
Nov 01, 2016
Step it up (Story/Media)
Oct 27, 2016
Women’s volleyball competes in triangular (Story)
Oct 07, 2016
Women’s volleyball digs up win (Story)
Sep 25, 2016
More than a game (Story)
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Dezmen Morse