On May 4, Lutheran High School dedicated its brand new home softball field. Many were in attendance as Rev. Alan Kretschmar commemorated the field with Scripture and an opening prayer. Read it here.
Additionally, Mr. Jay Christopher threw out the ceremonial first pitch, a delicious brat fry led by parent volunteers was enjoyed by all, and the lady Crusaders came from behind to earn a victory over Reedsville.
"It's exciting to see a tiny dream become something bigger and better than you could have ever imagined," commented Athletic Director Al Holzheimer. "We were hoping for a simple practice field, and instead, we now have one of the best softball fields in the conference and in our community. It's a blessing these players and coaches don't take for granted."
Mrs. Laura Adameak, School Counselor, awards medals to the Class of 2023 Top Ten.
On May 10, Lutheran High hosted its annual Honors Night, recognizing top-performing students with scholarships and various academic, athletic, service, leadership, departmental and co-curricular awards. The LHS class of 2023 received a commendable total of nearly $1.7 million in scholarships among 58 graduates.
The Top Ten for the Class of 2023 includes: Caden Solle Andrew Dirkse Zachary Glewen Amara Feile Matthew Jaeger Olivia Scheibl Benjamin Vanic Hezekiah Gottschalk Jenna Chapman Sophia Kate Rammes
Congratulations to all our our 2023 graduates and best wishes on your next chapter!