Jim Clark
Director of Activities  
636.928.5100 

@jclark8296

“…to equip his people for works of service, so that the body of Christ may be built up.”

Ephesians 4:12

 

Cougar Athletics

Welcome!  Lutheran High School aims to provide excellent opportunities for students to develop and display their talents through competition. Our activities are conducted as an integral component of the overall educational experience at LHS with the goal of having all students strive to reach their God-given potential.

In accordance with nurturing personal growth, the central goal of the athletics program is to foster personal Christian characteristics and qualities of respect for self and others, honesty, integrity, commitment, reliability, common sense and perseverance.  The values learned through the athletic experience at LHS will equip student-athletes for lives of Christian service.  We offer a variety of competitive sports for both men and women.  Our coaches are dedicated men and women who strive for excellence both on and off the field and encourage each of our student-athletes to be positive witnesses for Christ!

Our Cougar athletic teams are members of the Missouri State High School Activities Association (MSHSAA) and the Archdiocesan Athletic Association (AAA). This dual affiliation offers our student-athletes a variety of opportunities for competition and post-season play. As an athlete, our programs offer the coaching, the facilities, and the competition to challenge you and thrill you!

Let me know if there is anything that our staff can do to assist you in achieving your goals during your time at LHS.

Sincerely,

Jim Clark
Director of Activities 

 

Recommended Reading:

  1. Strategies for Coaching Parents
  2. Fan Behavior At Contests
  3. Coach-Player-Parent Communication
  4. Multi-Sport Participation
  5. Social Media & Positive Coaching
  6. Sportsmanship & Citizenship

Jim Clark - Activities Director

clark@lhssc.org

Jim Clark is entering his 6th year at Lutheran High.  Mr. Clark teaches Geometry and Algebra 3 along with carrying out the duties as Activities Director.  He taught math for 34 years in the St. Charles, Wentzville and Francis Howell school districts before …

 

retiring in 2013. He also spent 10 years as an assistant principal during that time. 

Mr. Clark helped start the Lutheran High track program and was an assistant coach until 2014.  He is responsible for game day communication with opposing teams, officials, and school administrators, and the upkeep and set up of Lutheran’s athletic facilities for all games.

Jim and his wife Kathy, a retired teacher, have four daughters. They are all Lutheran High alum Erin (’00),  Kara (’03),  Lisa (’05), and Jaclyn (’08). While not working at Lutheran High, Mr. Clark keeps busy with his 11 grandchildren.

Jana Leppien - Activities Assistant

athletic@lhssc.org

Jana Leppien is beginning her 7th year at Lutheran High in the Activities Department. She is a member of Immanuel Lutheran – St. Charles. She served in Immanuel’s athletic department and the school office before joining the staff at Lutheran High School…

She was a member of the Lutheran High School Board of Directors and was part of key changes at LHS; 4 x 4 block scheduling and the introduction of  1 to 1 technology. 

Jana is a graduate of Milwaukee Lutheran High School (’87) and attended Illinois Wesleyan in Bloomington,IL. Her husband Dave is a Walgreens manager in O’Fallon. They have 3 daughters who have all attended Lutheran High School,  Meagan (’12), Hannah (’14), and Emma (’19). 

Mark Daniels - Athletic Trainer

athletictrainer@lhssc.org

Mark Daniels earned his B.S. Ed. from Missouri State University in Physical Education, Athletic Training, and General Science.  He 

earned NCAA Division II All-American honors as a football fullback at Missouri State.  He finished second in the nation inearned NCAA Division II All-American honors as a football fullback at Missouri State.  He finished second in the nation inscoring and 12th  in rushing.  He earned his M.S. at the University of Oregon in Exercise Physiology.  Mark has taught middle school science 9 years, and high school chemistry and biology 4 years.  He was an Athletic Training faculty member at Missouri State University for 16 years. Mark has taught anatomy, biomechanics, injury evaluation, first aid, fitness for living, and the capstone course for student athletic trainers.  He worked 5 years for Johnson & Johnson, selling orthopedist suture anchors. Mark has made presentations at the National Athletic Trainers’ Association National Symposium in lower extremity biomechanics and foot orthotic therapy.  He has coached boy’s and girl’s soccer for 19 years from U5 – U18 including the varsity level.  He has cared for high school athletes for more than 29 years.  Mark really enjoys biking or elliptical as part of his weekly routine and his recreational time by golfing, walking, hiking, and swing dancing with his wife Linda.

Mr. Daniels is an excellent communicator and extremely knowledgeable in the realm of medicine and he will work with our student athletes to meet all their training needs.  In addition, he looks forward to working with our families and provide enhanced care this school year and beyond.  Should you have any questions for him, we encourage you to contact him directly:

Cell Phone (text or call) – (417) 839-9920

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  • Fall Sports Letter

    LHS Families,

    We hope that you have been enjoying your summer break and involving yourselves in fun and relaxing activities.  Soon we will all be back in school beginning what we are sure, will be an excellent 2019-2020 school year. 

    Our department is personally committed to continuous improvement, the belief that all programs in a school can be improved no matter how good they are.  Some items that the staff and I want to improve this year are:  communication with parents and the LHS community about our programs, our school spirit, and encouraging students to be involved in a number of different activities during the school year!  In order to get these things accomplished, inclusivity is the key; we look forward to working with you as we work together to make an already excellent school even better!  

    As we make plans for the upcoming school year, we wanted to share a few notes/reminders with you.  Some of this information has previously been sent out…if you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact the Activities Office. Here are some important details regarding the 2019-2020 school year: (Click on the blue titles for links)

    MSHSAA Pre-Participation Physicals – You must turn in your physical for the 2019-2020 school year prior to starting a sport. Fall Sports physicals are due by Monday, August 12.  You will not be permitted to practice until you have this done.  MSHSAA requires that your physical be dated after February 1, 2019 to be current for this season.  A reminder that you also need to have at least 14 practices prior to a competition, so be sure that you submit your information in a timely fashion.  Beginning this fall, MSHSAA has decided that physicals dated after February 1, 2019 will be good for 2 years.

    Privit – The Lutheran High School Athletic Program is utilizing an online program to help collect and store the information required by MSHSAA for high school athletes to participate in sports. Privit allows parents to register their child for the athletic teams at Lutheran High School and e-sign all of the appropriate forms.  Accounts will remain available from year-to-year to update as needed. Please visit Privit to sign up now or revisit your account to update for the 2019-20 season.

    
—Fall Athletic Schedules 2019-2020 – Fall Schedules will be available on Arbiter Live.com the week of  July 15, 2019.  All program schedules will be available online and will update automatically with any changes.  Parents and athletes will have the option to “follow” specific teams and receive emails and/or text messages when changes are made to games. Individual team schedules can be printed directly from the website. An ICAL link is also available to subscribe to specific team schedules. Please note that the schedules WILL CHANGE UNTIL THE BEGINNING OF THE SEASON…and will not be “official” until the start of the school year and/or the parent meeting for that specific season.
     

    Fall Sports Gear and Spirit Wear – All Fall Sports Gear and Cougar Spirit Wear can be ordered online through BSN Sports. Fall Sports gear is due  July 11 at midnight and Cougar Spirit Wear is due July 15 at midnight.  Click  to access specific team flyers. Select Team Gear and Spirit Wear Orders.  Note: All hoodies and ¼ zips are uniform approved. T-shirts can be worn on Fridays.

     

     

     

     

     

    Fall Sports Start Date – All Fall sports practices will begin on Monday, August 12th. A complete listing of times and locations will be available on our website later in July.   Click for contact information for our fall coaching staff and sponsors.  Please contact them directly with any questions regarding our programs at LHS.  

    Athletic Fee – Please be reminded that the athletic fee for our fall sports is due one week before practices begin on August 12th.  Fees are due by Monday, August 5.

    Social Media – Have you signed up for a Twitter account yet? 

    • Updates on all LHS activities are available on twitter. 
    • To follow our updates on twitter if you do not have an account, please visit https://twitter.com/LuHiActivities.
    • To have our tweets sent directly to your phone via SMS, you will need to sign up for a twitter account. 
    • Our main, all-encompassing account is…@LuHiActivities.  Other activities can be found on our FAQ page of our website.

     

    Booster Club – In 2019-2020, we are excited to continue building our Booster Club for LHS Activities!  In preparation, meetings were had last spring to begin planning for this upcoming school year. 

    The Booster Club is selling membership and season passes for $250, which include:
        •    2 Passes to all home games (excluding tournaments)
        •    Booster Club only Access parking spots in the stadium lot – first come, first served.
        •    Reserved seating sections for football and basketball games-first come, first served)!

    Passes are available for purchase at the Fall Parent Meeting on August 20, Back to School Night on August 29 or by visiting Mrs. Erhardt in the school office. To find out more about this exciting new group, contact Laurie Preusser, Booster Club President at lpreusser@sbcglobal.net or the general Booster Club email at lhsbooster.club@lhssc.org.  Laurie can also be reached via text or cell at (314) 229-0343.   

    —Fall Activities Parent Meeting – It is mandatory for at least one parent to attend the fall activity parent meeting on Tuesday, August 20th at 6:30 pm in the LHS gymnasium.  Additional details regarding this evening will be sent later in July.  Again, this is mandatory for you to attend this 1 hour meeting.

    Dead Week(s) 2019 – We hope that you and your family will be able to enjoy a vacation during our final dead week next month.  Between  August 5 thru August 11, there will be no LHS activities occurring on or off campus.  Please enjoy this final  week of vacation and down time with your family!

    Again, through the remainder of the summer, if you have any questions, please contact the Activities Office.

    Jana Leppien                                                              Jim Clark
    Activities Assistant                                                  Activities Director
    athletic@lhssc.org                                                   clark@lhssc.org
    (636) 928-5100

  • Cougar Spiritwear Order

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    Hurry, shops closes 07/15/2019.

  • Fall Sports Team Gear Orders

    Nike Fall Team gear stores are now open for Fall Sports teams to purchase team gear and spirit wear.  (This includes the Sapphires, Cross Country, Football, Boys Soccer, Softball, Volleyball, Boys Swimming, Girls Tennis and Girls Golf.) This season Lutheran High School will be using BSN Sports for their Nike Gear Orders.

    Not playing a sport in the Fall?  Shop the Cougar Pride Spirit Wear Flyer…available soon. 

    ORDERING INFO:

    · All orders must be completed by Thursday, July 11 at midnight. NO LATE ORDERS ACCEPTED.

    · Visit https://www.bsnteamsports.com/ to order. Enter the code found on your team flyer.

    · Items required by the coaches have an asterisk “*” in the upper right corner of the box..

    · If the required items and designs are the same as previous years, you are not asked to purchase them again. Please contact your coach directly with any questions regarding required team gear items

    · All items will be shipped to your home. The delivery date is estimated as 3-4 weeks after the closing date

    · All items offered are Uniform Approved.  See below for specifics.

    o   Quarter zips and hoodies may be worn during the school day.

    o   LHS T-shirts may be worn on Fridays only.

    o   Full zip jackets may only be worn on Fridays or after school

    REFUND POLICY:

    · For all decorated items, returns are accepted for damaged or defective merchandise only.

    · For non-decorated items, there is a $20 fee for exchanging sizes after delivery.

    QUESTIONS:

    · Please contact your head coach directly with any questions regarding required items.

    · All other questions direct to Jana Leppien in the Activities Office at athletic@lhssc.org.

    FORMS:

     

    FALL COACHES CONTACT INFO:

    · Cross Country – Elizabeth Fruend – fruend@lhssc.org

    · Spirit Squad – Alexandra Milakis – amilakislhs@gmail.com

    · Football – Arlen Harris and Brandon Tripp – lhsscougarfb@gmail.com

    · Girls Golf – Mike Holtmeier – mholtmeier@lhssc.org

    · Girls Softball – Jon Bernhardt – jbernhardt@lhssc.org

    · Girls Volleyball – Rachel Versemann – Rachel.Versemann@fhsdschools.org

    · Boys Soccer – Mike Wilhite –mwilhite7@gmail.com

    · Boys Swimming – Sue Hancock – sue.22@att.net

    · Girls Tennis – Jonathan Douglas – jonathan.douglas.026@gmail.com

     
     
  • LHS Hires New Men's & Women's Head XC Coach

    Lutheran High School is proud to announce the hiring of Mrs. Elizabeth Fruend as the head men’s and women’s cross country coach for the upcoming 2019 fall season.

    An alumna and current staff member of LHS, Elizabeth Fruend (ne Burch), is thrilled to be assuming the Head Coach position of the Cougar Cross Country Team in 2019.  Her cheery attitude and effervescent smile are deceiving.  Elizabeth is a bulldog when it comes to competitive sports.  She has assisted in 2017 and 2018 in Cross Country and has participated in several running clinics with a plan to take Cougar Cross Country to the next level for our runners. 

    She previously coached track at Immanuel St. Charles for 7 years where the teams earned 6 Boys State Championships and 3 Girls State Championships. Elizabeth is personally active, having run in 12 half marathons and continues to run each morning.  Coach Fruend states, “Running is a discipline students can participate in the rest of their lives!”  Elizabeth often recruits students with the promise that “everyone is a starter in Cross Country.”  

    She is a graduate of Concordia University Wisconsin, where she was a four-year varsity starter for the women’s basketball team and an all-conference athlete.  Elizabeth is married to fellow LHS alum, Rick, and mother of three LHS students; Joshua (class of 2018, now attending SIUE), Julia (class of 2019, attending Southern Illinois University Carbondale next) and Travis (class of 2021).

    We look forward to Coach Fruend leading our program and our student-athletes on the course next fall!

  • New Sapphires Coach - Brooke Schulte

    Lutheran High School is proud to announce the hiring of Mrs. Brooke Schulte as a Sapphires coach for the upcoming 2019-20 season.

    Three years ago, God presented Coach Schulte with the opportunity to coach middle school cheer at Messiah Lutheran School. In those years, she has been blessed to work with talented and dedicated students as well as their supportive parents. During her time as MLS cheer coach, the squad tripled in size and the girls have earned 2 first place finishes in competition. Her excitement and passion for the sport continues to grow each year as does her love of coaching.

    Coach Schulte is an LHS alumna. She earned her Bachelor’s degree at Concordia University Wisconsin. She has been immensely blessed with a loving family and by wonderful Christian schools. She is a runner, former cheerleader, fitness enthusiast and proud mother. She is very excited for the opportunity to work with Coach Alexandra Milakis and the Sapphires! 

    We look forward to Coach Schulte joining Coach Milakis as part of our Sapphires program staff next year and working with our spirit squad!

  • New JV Boys Soccer Coach - Mark Lurtz

    Lutheran High School is proud to announce the hiring of Mr. Mark Lurtz as a JV boys soccer coach for the upcoming 2019 fall season.

    Coach Lurtz brings a decade of coaching experience to the LHS sidelines, including ages U6-U16 in U.S. Youth Soccer Association (USYSA) competitive youth club soccer.  During this time, Mark has coached hundreds of games in the St. Louis Youth Soccer Association (SLYSA) league and USYSA sanctioned competitive tournaments against various levels of teams, including Championship and Premier level teams. He holds a USSF National ‘D’ Coaching License. 

    Mark has a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration/Marketing and currently works as Director of Partnership Development for Capital Link, a Boston-based non-profit organization. Mark, his wife Kelly, and their sons, Aidan (18) and Cuinn (15), reside in Cottleville, MO.

    We look forward to Coach Lurtz joining Coach Wilhite and Coach Perryman as part of our boy’s soccer staff next fall and working with our student-athletes!

  • New Baseball Coach - Nick Gibson

    Lutheran High School is proud to announce the hiring of Mr. Nick Gibson as a JV baseball coach for this spring season.

    Coach Gibson is joining the LHS baseball coaching staff in 2019 and is excited to be a part of the program.  Nick has coached baseball for the past 13 years across various levels and age groups.  Most recently he served as a head coach in the Rawlings Xtreme high school program for the past 4 seasons, managing the top team in their respective age group each season.  Nick recently helped guide over 15 players over this time period through the college baseball recruiting process, leading to college baseball scholarship opportunities for all of them, across all NCAA, NAIA and JUCO divisions. He is extremely focused on the overall development of his players and how to best assist them in achieving their long term baseball goals. 

    Nick also coached in the Rawlings Tigers program and with various independent teams for many years.  He has led several youth teams to titles at large national events including 1st place finishes at the Gatorade National Championships at Grand Park in 2017 (11u team), and coached the only team from St. Louis to win the Division 1 championship at the Triple Crown Omaha SlumpBuster event in 2014 (14u team).  

    Nick is married to his wife Lori Gibson of 15 years, and they are blessed with 3 boys, Chase-19, Cayden-13, and Crosby- 8.  They spend most of their time at the ballpark, but enjoy spending time with family and friends whenever possible.  He is also very appreciative of his wife’s support in allowing him the opportunity to impact the lives of his players through coaching.  Nick is a graduate of Fort Zumwalt South High School, and he received his B.S. in Economics and Finance from UMSL graduating with high honors.   

    We look forward to Coach Gibson joining our baseball staff and working with our student-athletes in our baseball program this spring!  

     
     
     
     
     
  • LHS Welcomes Dr. Vince Lai

    Lutheran High welcomes Dr. Vince Lai as our new Sports Medicine Surgeon. 

    Click for more info on Dr. Lai. 

  • Fan Behavior at Contests

    LHS considers sportsmanship a top priority. It is the expectation that all coaches, players, officials and spectators respect the integrity and judgment of everyone involved in all contests, including opponents and game officials. In accordance with our philosophy and goals, the promotion of sportsmanship is integral to the functioning of the AAA Conference and to LHS. 

    Realize there is enough pressure on athletes to perform as it is.  Added pressure from reacting to mistakes and being critical and negative to coaches, players, and officials create unneeded stress and take away from the fun of sport.  LHS has made a commitment to promote good sportsmanship by student-athletes, coaches and spectators at all athletic events. 

    To make this cooperative effort the most rewarding it can be for parents, athletes, coaches, officials, and visiting fans; the following is our “Sportsmanship High Fives”:

    -Show respect for the opponent at all times
    -Show respect for the officials
    -Know, understand, and appreciate the rules of the contest
    -Maintain self-control at all times
    -Recognize and appreciate skill in performance regardless of team

    It is important to realize that each school has their own vision of what good sportsmanship entails. Ensure that you understand OUR philosophy. There will be some schools that visit LHS or when we are on the road, which do not have the same ideals that we have and will not conduct themselves accordingly.  We know what we stand for and will act accordingly.

    I look forward to seeing you as we all join together to encourage good sportsmanship by demonstrating positive support for all players, coaches, officials, and fans at every game. We count on you, our fans, to cheer loudly for great play and to be a positive factor in the success of all our programs.

     
  • Social Media Use

    Our coaches and directors use Twitter as a primary means of sharing information about our programs.  We use social media to disseminate results of contests/games, changes in the practice schedule, game cancellations, hi-lights of games, all-conference and all-district results, etc.   We share pictures and information with our LHS fan-base and community on a consistent basis as a means to develop a stronger sense of school spirit and support!  

    Likewise, there is a level of professionalism for our students.  In addition to the AUP (Acceptable Use Policy) that all students sign, our approach to social media oversight ultimately allows LHS students players much freedom and shows that we trust them to use good judgment.  Once a student posts or tweets a message, it is captured and indexed by any number of search engines that crawl the Internet. This means that a message never actually goes away, even if the player has second thoughts and decides to delete it. Practicing a modicum of appropriate behavior and message or professionalism for students is a must.

     

  • LHS Athletics & Twitter

    At the spring sports parent meeting, we spent some time speaking about Twitter and how our Activities Department utilizes social media to share information.  During the 2016-2017 school year, LHS has experienced a lot of media coverage on the news and an uptick in our social media usage.  We are excited about what we can do to continue to increase our exposure and hi-light the events and the success that our student body experiences. 



    Many of you have joined us on Twitter and on Facebook.  If you have not had an opportunity to do so yet, we would like to encourage you to do so.   Coaches of each sport and activity leaders use Twitter to disseminate results of contests/games, changes in the practice schedule, game cancellations, hi-lights of games, all-conference and all-district results, etc.   We share pictures and information with our LHS fan-base and community on a consistent basis as a means to develop a stronger sense of school spirit and support!  



    Again, we hope that you have already been “following” us….if not, feel free to do so.  If you need assistance, here is an easy “how-to” for signing up for an account:  

    http://www.wikihow.com/Make-a-Twitter-Account



    There is also an attached pdf that illustrates how simple and quick this is.  If you do not want to have an account, but would like to receive the updates, we encourage you to do that, as well.   

    To follow our updates on twitter, go to www.twitter.com/lutherancougars to see our tweets.  Please note, to have our tweets sent directly to your phone via SMS, you will need to sign up for a twitter account. 
 

        •    General Information – @LutheranCougars
        •    Activities Department – @LuHiActivities
        •    Assistant AD Jim Clark – @jimclark8296
        •    Theatre – @LHSSCTheatre
        •    Music – @LHSCougarMusic
        •    Scholar Bowl – @cougarbrainteam
        •    Robotics – @LHSRoboteers
        •    Sapphires – @LHSCougarSpirit  
        •    (Performance) Strength and Conditioning – @LHSperformance
        •    Boys/Girls Soccer – @LHSSoccerFC
        •    Softball – @LHSCougarSB
        •    Track and Field/Cross Country – @LutheranXC_TF
        •    Boys/Girls Swim – @CouglesSwimming
        •    Boys/Girls Golf – @LutheranGolf
        •    Football – @lhscougarfb
        •    Boys Volleyball – @LHSCougarVB
        •    Girls Volleyball@LHSCougarGVB
        •    Boys Basketball – @LHSCougarHoops
        •    Girls Basketball – @LHSCougarGBB
        •    Tennis – @LHSSC_Tennis
        •    Wrestling – @LHSSCwrestling
        •    Baseball – @LHSCougarball
        •    Booster – @LHSCougarball
    ​    •    Jr. Cougars – @@LHSJrCougar
        •    Dr. Kuhlmann – @DougKuhlmann 

    
If you need any assistance in signing up or using Twitter, please contact Jana Leppien (or your son/daughter!): athletic@lhssc.org  (636) 928-5100 


  • Sportsmanship at Lutheran High

    LHS families, 

    Welcome back to the second semester at LHS. I hope that you all enjoyed Christmas and New Years and had a relaxing time with your family and friends over break. 

    I want to take a moment and thank each of you for your continued support of the Lutheran High School Activities Department. Our 22 programs, 42 teams, over 250 athletes, dedicated group of 50+ coaches and the school administration appreciate all that you do! Your support, as a parent, is critical for our success as a department.  Whether it be attending games, being a member of the Booster Club, supporting our upcoming Trivia Night, etc. we appreciate your partnership!

    Lutheran High School considers sportsmanship a top priority. It is the expectation that all coaches, players, officials and spectators respect the integrity and judgment of everyone involved in all contests, including opponents and game officials. In accordance with our philosophy and goals, the promotion of sportsmanship is integral to the functioning of the AAA Conference and to Lutheran High School. Sportsmanship is a concrete measure of the understanding of and commitment to fair play, ethical behavior, and integrity.  Our sportsmanship and behavior at contests also allows others to see Jesus in the way that we act and react to adversity, our overacting priority about all other things! 

    Realize there is enough pressure on athletes to perform as it is.  Added pressure from reacting to mistakes and being critical and negative to coaches, players, and officials create unneeded stress and take away from the fun of sport.  LHS has made a commitment to promote good sportsmanship by student-athletes, coaches and spectators at all athletic events. Profanity, degrading remarks, and intimidating actions directed at officials, competitors, and other fans will not be tolerated and are grounds for removal from the event site. 

    To make this cooperative effort the most rewarding it can be for parents, athletes, coaches, officials, and visiting fans; the following is our “Sportsmanship High Fives”:

    -Show respect for the opponent at all times
    -Show respect for the officials
    -Know, understand, and appreciate the rules of the contest
    -Maintain self-control at all times
    -Recognize and appreciate skill in performance regardless of team

    It is important to realize that each school has their own vision of what good sportsmanship entails. Ensure that you understand OUR philosophy. There will be some schools that visit LHS or when we are on the road, which do not have the same ideals that we have and will not conduct themselves accordingly.  We know what we stand for and will act accordingly.

    I look forward to seeing you as we all join together to encourage good sportsmanship by demonstrating positive support for all players, coaches, officials, and fans at every game. We count on you, our fans, to cheer loudly for great play and to be a positive factor in the success of all our programs.

    Winning is an Attitude!

    Dr. Doug Kuhlmann, CMAA
    Director of Development and Activities
    @DougKuhlmann

  • Stay Informed With LHS Activities: Use Social Media

    Have you signed up for a Twitter account yet?  Coaches of each sport and activity leaders use Twitter to disseminate results of contests/games, changes in the practice schedule, game cancellations, hi-lights of games, all-conference and all-district results, etc.   We share pictures and information with our LHS fan-base and community on a consistent basis as a means to develop a stronger sense of school spirit and support!  

    We hope that you have already been “following” us….if not, you are strongly encouraged to do so.  We use Twitter as a primary means of sharing the aforementioned information.  If you are not following us, you may miss something important!  If you need assistance, here is an easy “how-to” for signing up for an account: 

    http://www.wikihow.com/Make-a-Twitter-Account

    Even if you do not want to have an account, but would like to receive the updates, we encourage you to do that, as well.   To follow our updates on twitter, go to www.twitter.com/lutherancougars to see our tweets.  Please note, to have our tweets sent directly to your phone via SMS, you will need to sign up for a twitter account. 

    General Information – @LutheranCougars
    Booster Club – @BoosterClubLHS
    Theatre – @LHSSCTheatre
    Music – @LHSCougarMusic
    Scholar Bowl – @cougarbrainteam
    Robotics – @LHSRoboteers
    (Performance) Strength and Conditioning – @LHS_Performance
    Boys/Girls Soccer – @LHSSoccerFC
    Softball – @LHSCougarSB
    Track and Field/Cross Country – @LutheranXC_TF
    Boys/Girls Swim – @CouglesSwimming
    Boys/Girls Golf – @LutheranGolf
    Football – @lhscougarfb
    Volleyball – @LHSCougarVB
    Boys Basketball – @LHSCougarHoops
    Girls Basketball – @LHSCougarGBB
    Tennis – @LHSSC_Tennis
    Wrestling – @lutheranmatrats
    Baseball – @LHSCougarball
    Sapphires – @LHS CougarSpirit
    Dr. Kuhlmann – @DougKuhlmann 
    Mrs. Leppien – @LuHiActivities
    Mr. Clark – @JClark8296

    If you need any assistance in signing up or using Twitter, please contact Jana Leppien (or your son/daughter!):

    athletic@lhssc.org

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