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December 17, 2017

Peyton Wilson

GUEST POST: Lions break records at Meeker

By John Martin Special Correspondent MEEKER — Luther Lions Sophomore Peyton Wilson set a new school record for touchdown passes in a single season; Dakota Pridemore broke two of his own career records and also caught two TD passes, ran for another, had two interceptions and a 55-yard kickoff return. Josh Butler blocked a punt,

WEEK SEVEN, WIN

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.

Week 6 v Stroud: WIN

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

Week Three: BIG LION WIN

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

Lion Talk, podcast on Luther Lions Football

Football fans are going to love this. Actually anyone is going to love this. There’s a new podcast in town. It’s about Luther Lion football and features head coach Zack Smith with Scott Mitchell of Mitchell Talks. Aside from the fact it might be our ONLY Luther-centric podcast, it might be a sign of things

Week 2: Lions roar past Wellston Tigers

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