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Head Coach: Seth Sorensen
Coach Seth Sorensen graduated from the University of Wyoming with a Bachelor of Science degree in Management. He grew up as a three-sport athlete and this carried him into his love of coaching.

Coach Sorensen has been an active member of Parker’s youth sports as a coach and has enjoyed being a part of LuHi’s baseball program over the last 3 years. He and his wife Tina enjoy watching their son Trenton compete in various sports.

Email: coachsethsorensen@gmail.com

Coaching Experience:
Total Years Coaching: 4 
Years as Head Coach: 2

Recent Success:

  • 2017 Metro League Champs
  • 2018 Overall Record: 13-10-1
  • 2018 Varsity spring record 13-10-1
  • 2018 League Play 7-4
  • 2018 Summer and spring record for all three teams 89-63-2
  • Team batting AVG varsity spring .346
  • Team On-Base Percentage .443
  • 3 All-Conference Winners
  • 2 All-State Honorable Mentions
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Girls Soccer

Head Coach: Jim Pereira
Jim Pereira graduated from Liberty University with a BA in Sport Management and a Minor in Accounting. He then went on to get his Masters in PE and Recreation Management from Ohio University. During his time at Liberty, he was the goalkeeper on their Men’s Soccer team. After college, his love for the game led him to coaching. He has spent 15 years coaching Colorado Storm U9-U18 girls club teams.

Jim has a lengthy coaching resume full of awards and player success stories, but for him, coaching has always been about building character in young adults and creating a culture that promotes a family environment and teaches principles players will utilize for the rest of their lives. He’s excited to further LuHi’s mission of developing strong athletes of faith and furthering the Kingdom of God.

Email: jp2110@msn.com

Coaching Experience:
Total Years Coaching: 18 
Years as Head Coach: 18

Recent Success:

  • 2019
    • 8-9 Record
    • Won first round of State Playoffs
    • Only concede 4 goals in 8 wins
    • 5 shut outs
    • 1 All-Metro League 2nd Team Players
    • 3 All-Metro League Honorable Mention
  • 2018
    • Record: 13-3 record; 7-2 record in Metro League
    • #5 end of season CHSAA RPI ranking
    • Won second-round state playoff game
    • Earned State Playoff Quarterfinal appearance
    • Defeated #1 ranked Kent Denver 2-1
    • 3.4 Goals Scored Per Game; 1.25 Goals Against Average
    • 3 All-Metro League 2nd Team Players
    • 2 All-Metro League Honorable Mention

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Girls Golf

Head Coach: Kevin Volz
Coach Kevin Volz graduated from the University of Wisconsin, Madison, where he was a Rank Leader in the marching band. His strong background in golf and desire to give back to the community motivated him to begin coaching golf at LuHi.

His favorite part of coaching is those conversations during a meet where he was able to teach the player that, “This is bigger than golf. It’s about your character and that’s what matters!" His wife Barb and daughter Gillian are his biggest supporters and his rock.

Email: kmvolz@gmail.com

Coaching Experience:
Total Years Coaching: 5
Years as Head Coach: 5

Recent Success:

  • 2018 State Qualifying Individual
  • 2018 saw the largest program participation in school history
  • 2017 State Qualifying Individual
  • 2017 Graduate received golf scholarship to Concordia University, NE

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Girls Tennis

Head Coach: Matt Henning

Email: mbhp3m@gmail.com

Matt graduated from MidAmerica Nazarene University in 1995 with a degree in nursing. Currently his day job is to be the Vice President of Medical Informatics at Healthcare AI. He and his wife have 3 children, two of which are students at LuHi and one who is a future Lion!

Matt shares, "I am excited to coach tennis at Lutheran. Being able to teach such a great sport is truly an honor. My favorite part about coaching tennis is that the fundamental principles are applicable in everyday life, as well as our spiritual walk with Christ." Matt started his tennis career in high school and has enjoyed playing ever since. 

Coaching Experience:
Total Years Coaching: 2
Years as Head Coach: 1

2019 & 2018 Success:

  • Team State Qualifiers

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Track & Field

Head Coach: Darwin Horan
Coach Darwin Horan attended Arizona State University where he participated on the Track and Field Team. Darwin loves competition and working with high school athletes.

Thanks to his early coaches, he saw how valuable coaches can be in students’ lives by giving direction and purpose. Darwin chose to pursue a coaching career to make similar impacts on young athletes’ lives.

Coach Horan’s wife has been a major supporter of Darwin and his teams through the years. Darwin also had the opportunity to coach all four of his kids and is proud of the success they’ve earned through hard work.

Email: dhoran@ventanacap.com

Coaching Experience:
Total Years Coaching: 29
Years as Head Coach: 7

Recent Success:

  • Boys 2017 State Champions
  • Boys 2016 State Champions
  • Boys 2015 State Champions
  • Boys 2014 State Champions
  • 1 student signed to run D1 track at Texas A&M

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Head Coach: Brian Vickery

Email: bvick21@hotmail.com

The Lacrosse program at LuHi was started in 2014 and has been growing ever since. While playing some 3A and larger 4A schools, the lacrosse team had the opportunity to go head-to-head against competitive 5A schools, such as Fruita Monument and Cherokee Trail. The 2017 season saw three 1st Team All-Conference players, had a record of 7-8, and took 4th in the newly formed 4A Southern Conference. The team is always looking forward to tough competition and additional program growth in the future.

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"Here at Lutheran I’ve been able to try new sports and develop relationships with my teammates. If I went to another school I wouldn’t have that opportunity to try something completely new, develop a support system from my teachers, and have my confidence grow as quickly as it did at Lutheran.” – Gabrielle Moseley, Class of 2018