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August 20, 2017


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

Football banquet: C Pridemore takes top honor

photos and story by Sydney Scheer Officially closed. The 2016 LHS Football Season concluded with a banquet on the evening of Saturday, January 28. Each sport gets its own banquet this year, instead of one long one at the end of the school year. More than 120 Lions, their families and biggest fans turned out

Luther Hoops at the Stroud Tournament

Both the Luther Lions and the Lady Lions have won one and lost one in the Stroud Tiger 66 Coliseum Classic Basketball Tournament. The Boys lost Thursday to Mannford in their tournament opener with a 63 to 55 final. Bad weather conditions cancelled the games Friday, and Round Two was played Saturday evening with Luther

Lady Lions beat Wellston

In overtime, the Lady Lions took care of the Wellston Tigers on the hardwoods Friday night. Free throws sealed the deal; plus the hard work of Sophomore Caitlin Bailey who scored 20 points against the Route 66 rivals on the Lions’ home court. The game was nip and tuck all four quarters, with Luther edging Wellston

It Takes a Village, Luther Lion Nation

Congratulations to the 2016 Luther Lions football players, coaches, and parents. The Lions ended their season on Friday night with a hard fought loss round three playoff game to the Adair Warriors. The Lions are thrilled and thankful to have made it to Thanksgiving week practices and the Black Friday game. On Friday night, they made their own school history playing in the Quarterfinals of

Thankful to be Lions

As Lion Pride Nation gathered Thursday for feasting, family and thankfulness, there was one sweet thing to be thankful for, the Lions will pull on their jerseys tomorrow night. And spent Thanksgiving morning on the field for practice. It is every player and coaches’ dream to play ball over Thanksgiving Break. The Lions takes on last year’s 2A state champs

Playoffs Round Two. Win.

photos and story by Sydney Scheer UPDATE: The Luther versus Adair game will be at 7pm (new time), Friday, Nov. 25, at Wilson Field. Oklahoma’s weather showed its true colors for the Friday night game at Lindsay. The cold front moved in and everyone came bundled and huddled together for warmth. With the rain hitting on

Playoffs Round One: WIN

[supsystic-gallery id=8 position=center] Photos and Story by Sydney Scheer The 2016 first round playoffs kicked off Friday, November 11. Only half of the football teams in the state of Oklahoma would participate, and the Luther Lions made the cut. The stakes are high from here on out. The loser goes home to get ready for

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