The Official Home of Lion Football
Make sure to get a physical and complete a player card in the main office as soon as possible. Summer practice starts June 10th at 1:00PM on the Lanphier Athletic Field.
Playing time will be determined using these five criteria:
3. Toughness - (physical and mental)
4. Dependability - (all year)
5. Physical Ability
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The Lion Way
Do the right thing!
Do the right thing all the time!
Do the right thing even when no one is looking!
Do your best because it is the way you live, not for recognition or praise.
Show others you care.
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Congratulations to Lance Boozer
Lance sign with Division II Southwest Minnesota State on signing day.
All-State & Central State 8 All-Conference Selections
Congratulation to Everett Clemons and Paul Kennedy for being selected to the Central State 8 All-Conference 1st Team. Everett was also selected for the All-State Team Honorable Mention as a runningback. Paul has also received recognition for being an Academic All-State selection.
Attached you will find the 2011 Academic All-conference selections for football. Congratulations to all student-athletes on their accomplishment.
Attached you will find the 2012 Lanphier Lions Football Schedules.
Lion Olympics is an important part of the off-season program. The Lion Olympics incorporates academics, personal conduct, and weightlifting. Its aim is to develop a sense of team ownership and accountability as the team is divided into smaller teams headed by next seasons Seniors. Each of the three phases of Lion Olympics has a point system that varies, and a player can receive positive points for good and negative points for bad conduct.
Attached you will find complete program details.
The coaching staff would like to thank all of the students, faculty, staff, administration, community members, and parents for your support this season.
We look forward to restoring the winning tradition of Lanphier Football.
On Friday, July 29th members of the Lanphier Football Team donated their time and effort to the Ronald McDonald House of Springfield. The team helped clean, reorganize, and complete miscellaneous projects around the house.
The Ronald McDonald House provides families stability and resources so they can keep their child healthy and happy.
Whether those problems involve how to stay near and support a hospitalized child, how to afford staying together in another city while a child is undergoing treatment, or even getting basic medical and dental care in a vulnerable community.
The Ronald McDonald House is located at:
610 North Seventh Street
Springfield, IL 62702 USA
Phone: 217 528-3314
Fax: 217 528-6084
Please contact them if you are interested in donating items or volunteering