Tag Archives: Marcus Scribner

Great at football? Thank basketball

Posted on 05. Nov, 2017 by .

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By Garrett Lahood, LCA sophomore – His grandpa played in the NFL. His muscle-bound dad was also a football freak. But it was basketball that made Marcus Scribner great at football. Yes, basketball. As the Lighthouse Christian Academy trounced Bellarmine-Jefferson High School 50-28 on Oct. 28, Marcus again showed the fancy footwork that has made more »

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Hatcheting hubris, LCA stood up to Einstein

Posted on 04. Feb, 2017 by .

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By Kayla Armstrong and Michael Ashcraft Since they steamrolled us in our first game, Einstein Academy expected to win handily on the rematch Friday. One player even heckled a Saint: “I guarantee that there is no way we will lose this game.” Well, Lighthouse Christian Academy made them sweat to earn their win. LCA rattled more »

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Red Fury opens scoring in 7-2 win against Westmark

Posted on 18. Jan, 2017 by .

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By Michael Ashcraft His soccer coach in middle school called him the Red Fury, the moniker of the Spanish national team which won two Euro Cups and one World Cup in their iconic red jerseys. His hair is fiery red. His feet are fiery too – fiery fast. Freshman Levi Photenhauer opened the scoring in more »

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The golden generation

Posted on 25. Sep, 2016 by .

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By Michael Ashcraft This was the class that reduced teachers to tears. But something happened in the intervening years to our current crop of freshmen. The former devil-may-care rascals stopped creating classroom chaos, stopped ditching homework assignments and stopped terrorizing teachers. They started speaking respectfully to adults, started improving their academics and started serving at more »

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He played ‘sick’ against Bloomington

Posted on 10. Sep, 2016 by .

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By Michael Ashcraft After throwing up all week, Justin Berry was expected to throw down. He decked his pads, suited up and caught one of LCA’s two touchdown passes Saturday. “There was no way I was not going to play,” the sophomore said. The tall basketball player used those basketball hands to grab over the more »

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