Lutheran South News

Four LS Athletes Named Best in Their Sport in Past Ten Years

Four Lutheran South athletes were named by the St. Louis Post-Dispatch as the best in their sport in the past ten years.

CeCe Johnson, LS' 15, was selected for the All-Decade Track and Field Team. Johnson won the high school state title twice in the discus and holds the state record for the fourth-best throw of all time. She went on to throw for Tulsa and then Mizzou, where she holds the eighth-best mark in women's discus and sixth-best weight throw in Mizzou's history.

Leketor Member-Meneh, LS '17, was selected for the All-Decade Girls Volleyball team. Member-Meneh led the Lancers to their first-ever volleyball state championship. The Post-Dispatch named her as one of the top six players in the metro area for the last 10 years. She now plays for the University of Missouri, and surpassed 1,000 points in her college career this fall.
Cody Schrader, LS '18, was named to the All-Decade Utility Team. Rushing for 6,759 yards and scoring 99 touchdowns during his high school career at Lutheran South, Schrader was one of eight players in the metro area recognized. He is now making his mark at Truman State, where he scored seven touchdowns last fall.
Zach Shirley, LS '19, made the All-Decade Boys Golf team. Shirley placed at state all four years of high school, culminating with a third-place finish his senior year. He now competes for Lyon College, where he earned five top-ten finishes as a freshman, including
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