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Building Christian Men of Character on the Field

Written by Head Football Coach Stephen Robbins

Spending time with today’s youth allows us the opportunity to see the promise of tomorrow, but it can also shed light on the struggles of today. I believe the four years adolescents spend in high school contain some of the most crucial and pivotal moments they will ever have.


Video: The Lessons Sports Teach Student Athletes

6 Tips from Park Vogel to Compete at the Next Level

written by Park Vogel, Collegiate Recruiting Coordinator and Head Baseball Coach

I am the Collegiate Recruiting Coordinator as well as the Head Baseball Coach at Lutheran High School. Last summer, I attended the American Baseball Coaches Association (ABCA) Convention and heard many important pieces of wisdom and advice. Here are a few key takeaways I think every student athlete with hopes to play at the next level should consider:


Want to Look Good in the Mirror or on the Podium? The Method Behind Team Strength

Written by Strength and Conditioning Coach, Jordan Murphy

All over the country high school athletes are pumping iron to be the best they can be. Some get their workouts from a qualified strength and conditioning specialist and some get their workouts from Instagram or a ShakeWeight infomercial. Regardless of where the workout comes from, these athletes have one goal in mind: “I want to look like the meaty Hugh Jackman.”


2016 LuHi Athletics Year in Review

The LuHi Lions had another memorable year of athletic accomplishments. Apart from adding trophies to the cases lining Lutheran’s hallways, athletes formed tight relationships with teammates, found mentors in coaches, and grew in Christian character.

Here are some highlights from various sports throughout the year:


Coach Duitsman achieves 200+ wins

written by senior basketball player, Sara Sauceda

The Lady Lions recently finished their season with a State Championship victory. Led by coach Mark Duitsman, the girls finished the season with a record of 23-4. Included in those wins were League, District, and Regional titles.


Dreams – Decisions – Drive – Discipline

written by LuHi's Head Football Coach, Blair Hubbard

As we are in the midst of state playoff basketball I was reminded of a video I saw last year during the NCAA March Madness tournament. It was a short interview between Jon Gruden and Gino Auriemma, head women’s basketball coach at Connecticut. The team has won 10 national championships under his leadership. In the interview Coach Auriemma talks about how he selects the athletes he will recruit and then goes into the effort level he looks for and demands of his athletes. I shared this clip on Facebook and it currently has been viewed around 2 million times and shared thousands of times, it is a powerful message.


Breaking the 3A Stigma of Playing at the Next Level

interview with Marcus Mason from Nothing but Net in Parker, CO

I had the opportunity to sit down to chat with Marcus Mason, founder of Nothing but Net in Parker, CO. Nothing but Net (NBN) is an Elite Basketball Coaching program dedicated to developing basketball players to reach the highest level of excellence each player can achieve through in-depth training and coaching that focuses first on core fundamentals. Marcus’ goal is to increase the number of homegrown Colorado collegiate level basketball players and break the stigma that D1 level coaches aren’t interested in signing Colorado high school athletes.


New athletic ebook highlights LuHi sports

Lion Athletics has a long history of success on and off the field. LuHi coaches are dedicated to pushing athletes to maximize their potential, building strong character, and helping them get to the next level. Our 14 varsity sports include basketball, football, golf, cross country, baseball, volleyball, lacrosse, tennis, poms, soccer, and track.


James Willis, LuHi Alum, Wins the Steinmark Athlete of the Year Award

Fewer things are more exciting than seeing a student who chooses to work harder, push further, and dedicate more time and effort than asked. LuHi was blessed to have James Willis as one of those students for the past four years. He was a valedictorian, an all-state athlete, and a recipient of several other awards, most notably the Fred Steinmark 2015 Athlete of the Year award.


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