In the classroom and on the field, four Luther High School seniors had a payoff today when they signed letters of intent to play college football. It was a historic day for the district as no one could remember when four players signed at the same time, highlighting both academic and athletic success. Incidentally, Lady
It might always be a “great day to be a Lion” but it was also a busy day to be a LION on Saturday. A group of senior football players hustled to Alva for another look at Northwestern Oklahoma State University (note: Letter of Intent initial signing day is February 7), then drove back (no
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
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
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
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
photos and story by Sydney Scheer Football Night in America. The Luther Lions traveled east to Stroud, Oklahoma, and the fans packed the jackets, blankets, gloves, and earmuffs to watch the game; the concession stand served hot chocolate and lots of coffee. The matchup between Luther and Stroud is new to the schedule this year.
photos and story by Sydney Scheer The mojo is BACK! In Friday night’s battle battle of the Lions—the Luther Lions crashed the Chandler Lions’ homecoming. The defense was tight, and the offense was pumped for a win. Luther takes their record to 3-1 in week four of regular season. To start the game off, #84 Jordan Downs
by Sydney Scheer The Route 66 Showdown between the Luther Lions and the Wellston Tigers….LIONS, and tigers, and refs, OH MY! Once again it was a good night of offense for the Lions but there were big plays on defense as well as the Tigers were held to just six points for the game. .