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Girls’ varsity basketball suffers lost against Green Mountain

January 21, 2019 3:58pm | Megan Montgomery

On Saturday afternoon, the LHS varsity girls’ basketball suffered a loss of 34-48 against Green Mountain. Although Green Mountain stayed ahead in all four quarters, the girls were able to shoot and pass well despite the low energy. “In the first half, I think we […]

Littleton Unified Basketball Team Loses 56-54

January 16, 2019 2:52pm | Ally Procopio

The Littleton Lions Unified Basketball team lost to the South Suburban Stars Monday night 56 to 54 in an exciting and quick paced game. This was a great start to their season with a great effort made by the entire team. The team was led […]

The Littleton Lions have started their wrestling season

December 3, 2018 12:00am | Miguel Arroyo

The Littleton Lions wrestling team started their season at home against the Wheat Ridge farmers in a well-fought battle. The Littleton Lions ultimately came up short with a team loss of 30-31. ”Today was a fluke and we’re gonna start winning and have a great […]

Fall Jazz Concert

December 2, 2018 11:58pm | Hayley Limes

This past Tuesday the 27th, LHS hosted a combined concert with Newton Middle School’s Jazz Ensemble, directed by Julia Bansgrove, and the Littleton High School Jazz Ensemble directed by Don Emmons. NMS performed three pieces, The “In Crowd” arranged by Peter Blair, “Orangatango” by Rick […]

Poet Jovan Mays performs for LHS students

November 11, 2018 8:14pm | Steve Rojas

On November 7, 2018, the one and only Jovan Mays gave Littleton High School a visit and if you had an off period or a language arts class that day, you had the privilege to hear this amazing poet. Each year we have Jovan come […]

Lion’s Follies

November 10, 2018 10:39pm | Megan Montgomery, Nathalia Olvera-Barajas

In preparation for the annual showcase of talent at Littleton High School, many wanted to encourage the attendance of those that found themselves unfamiliar with the event and its acts. “As the person who sat through all of the auditions and put the show together, […]

Fall Production “Rumors” Review

October 26, 2018 11:02am | Kate Lurie

As another Autumn falls upon Littleton High School’s Performing Arts, this years play is the acclaimed play “Rumors” by Neil Simon  and is a hilarious production about the disastrous dinner party between 4 wealthy couples in New York. This classic comedy tells the story of […]

Boys Soccer Advances to Play-offs

October 17, 2018 2:07pm | Nathalia Olvera-Barajas

Tonight, the Littleton Lions were facing one of their toughest rivals in their journey towards qualifying for Play-offs. With an aggressive beginning, the Lions scored an early goal which ultimately gave them the win of 1-0 against Green Mountain. The Littleton Lions now stand as […]

LHS Mountain Biking succeeds at South Conference Championship

October 9, 2018 4:46am | Hannah Sanders

Saturday October 6, the Littleton High School Mountain Biking team had 18 students compete at the Colorado High School Mountain Biking South Conference in Eagle, CO. In addition to the already difficult courses, bikers faced the extra challenge of rainy weather. The athletes usually do […]

Author Hank Green visits LHS theater on tour

October 4, 2018 8:29pm | Hayley Limes

On Tuesday October 2, the LHS theater hosted a stop on Hank Green’s book tour for his first novel, An Absolutely Remarkable Thing. Hank Green (brother of author John Green) was already a well-known online creator prior to the release, with contributions spanning the prolific […]