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June 25, 2017

Sports

Four Luther Athletes to hear Peyton Manning

Two Luther Lions football stars and two track stars have been selected for recognition at the The Oklahoman’s All-City Prep Sports Awards. The event is billed as a once-in-a-lifetime experience for outstanding high school athletes to be acknowledged for their achievements. Graduates Dakota Pridemore and Tyler Leftwich will represent the Lions because of their successes and

Run Through

Monday was a great day to be a Luther Lion. With freshmen suited up in pads and uniforms for the first time to join the rest of the high school football team, they all broke in the new tunnel that was purchased with donations to the the LL SPORTS CLUB LUTHER and the Touchdown Club. IMG_4899.MOV Monday

Bailey vaults

It’s only Monday but we’re calling this the picture of the week. The Lion Reporter Sydney Scheer grabbed this moment as LHS Junior Caitlyn Bailey vaulted clean at the Regional Track Meet at Wilson Field. Congratulations to the LHS Track Program and all of the student athletes for hosting the big event, and showing flexibility

Pridemore signs to play college football

photos and story by Sydney Scheer Chad Pridemore won the day Friday when he signed to play college football after his successful career as a Luther Lion. Senior Chad Pridemore, who proudly wore the #12 and carried the varsity football team for three years, is moving on to become a Bacone College Warrior. Bacone is

Spring Football Meeting for Parents

And now, a message from the Luther Touchdown Club Parents Mark Your Calendar for April 5th! Spring Football isn’t just for coaches, athletes, and trainers. It’s for the parents as well. As the Luther Lions begin Spring training, going to Summer camps, and ticking off the Summer Pride requirements, the parents prepare as well for the

Baseball Season in Swing

photos and story by Jacob Factor A win and a loss. Luther Baseball’s first combined middle and high school home games Monday night was a mixed bag, with a solid win for the middle school and a loss for the high school. There’s great potential as the varsity Lions settle into the season. It was a

Play Ball: first home game Monday

Batter up. It’s time to play ball. The Luther Lions have been on the diamond for a couple of weeks now, but the middle school and high school have their first combined home games on Monday, March 20 against Prague. The middle school is at 4:30 pm and the high school is at 6:30 pm.

Luther Pitcher Signs with NOC

Jack Edmunson is going to “let it fly” this last year of his home-school high school baseball career. The 18-year-old Luther resident, the son of John and Jennifer Edmunson, can let it fly because this week he signed his letter of intent to play college baseball with Northern Oklahoma College in Tonkawa. The pressure is

Luther Lions on the bracket

It’s tournament time for high school basketball … something we call February Madness. The varsity boys team was crowned District Champs Friday night after beating Okemah, 61-43. They will play Thursday at 8pm at Oklahoma Centennial against either Centennial or Chandler who play Saturday night. The girls will enter the consolation bracket after a tough loss

Leftwich Signs with NEO

photos and story by Sydney Scheer National Signing Day is a pinnacle for high school seniors across the country. It is the day where senior football players hold a signing session as a crowd gathers to watch as the player signs their letter of intent to play football at a particular school, just as Michael Oher

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