In the blink of an eye, a moment becomes a memory. The 2017 football season is over after the Luther Lions fell to the Hennessey Eagles in Round One of the playoffs Friday night. The Lions accomplished a post-season record of 10-2 losing only to the Millwood Falcons in the District Championship Title game during
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Story and photos by Sydney Scheer The Luther Lions played the Northeast Academy Vikings on Thursday night for the last regular season game for 2017. It was the first November football game, and boy was it cold. The wind had shifted from the north, and as it snuck, I mean roared, through the north end zone, noses
Dispatch from the Lion Reporter’s Life. Sometimes just getting there is the hardest part of doing a story. Enjoy this write-up of Friday night’s Meeker game and remember Sydney does this for her community and love of football! If you enjoy local news, specifically “news for our town,” via The Luther Register, make a donation
by Sydney Scheer Football is the light of Luther. The parents, friends, families, and spectators make up our community, and we call them the best motivators. FAMILY is the Lion Football way. They cheer us through the wins and pick us up from a tough loss. Thursday night, the team showing somber faces after Millwood
by Sydney Scheer The Luther Lions have a momentum-building win from last week to push toward this week’s big game against Millwood. Last Friday, the Lions were away in Del City to play the Christian Heritage Crusaders. It was a game to go see. The first half was plain nasty. Nasty in terms of Luther football.
Story and photos by Sydney Scheer The #6 ranked Luther Lions hosted the Stroud Tigers for the 2017 Senior Night and Black Out game Friday night. Before the game, seniors involved in fall extracurricular activities were recognized with their parents. The students received gifts, snacks, candy and a blanket was presented with pictures of each player. There
It was Teacher Appreciation Night at Wilson Field before the big Lion trouncing of the Crooked Oak Ruf-Nex. Before Friday night’s kick-off, each senior brought a favorite teacher on the field for recognition and thanks. It was sweet to hear the players’ remarks for their respective teachers over the speakers at Wilson Field. Luther loves
Photos and story by Sydney Scheer It was a special night for a small town. Homecoming. The night is not only a celebration of gorgeous homecoming candidates and their escorts in a beautiful ceremony. The night is also an occasion to welcome home alumni. Mrs. Virginia McClain has been coming home longer than anyone else!
by Sydney Scheer The dust will settle for a while after the Lions took home a redemptive two-point win over the Prague Red Devils. This away game was exciting. The visitor side of the bleachers held our town as the Lion Pride cheered the team to victory. Fans were all over the bleachers, along the
by Sydney Scheer It might have been the last Route 66 Showdown on the gridiron. At least between the Luther Lions and the Wellston Tigers. Luther’s looking to join another district next season, so the game between the long-time rivals might not make it on the schedule. The Luther Lions had the final roar. Final