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
Raelene Eddens is having a whirlwind senior year. She plays for the nationally ranked homeschool basketball program, Oklahoma City Storm, and is currently a top online vote getter for VYPE’s 2018 Miss Basketball Oklahoma Award. Earlier this school year, Eddens signed to play college hoops with Oral Roberts University. The oldest child of Luther residents Pat and Hellen
Friday night brings Round One of the 2017 high school football playoffs with the Luther Lions hosting Hennessey. The OSSAA game begins at 7:30 pm with an admission price of $7 each person. Listen up to Coach Zach Smith and Mitchell Talks Scott Mitchell with the preview.
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 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,
Hear what Coach Zack Smith has to say. It’s a wrap about the loss to Millwood last week, and a preview of this Friday night’s game. Penalties, turnovers and no blame on one person. That was last week. The past is over, said Coach, and perhaps there wll be another Millwood meetup in the playoffs in
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
Looking ahead to Millwood. Looking back at the CHA win. Here’s the Week 5 podcast featuring Luther Lion Coach Zach Smith and Scott Mitchell of MItchell Talks. Click here for Episode Five Want to see more pictures from the game? Check out Sydney Scheer’s albums from each game on the Lion Reporter – Luther Register Facebook
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.