Update: Because of COVID-related restrictions, there will be no LIT this year.
Information below is historical information from the past tournament, LIT 68.
We are proud to announce that the special guest for LIT 68 is Angela Tillier! She taught at Luther College High School for nearly 30 years. Prior to her working at Luther College High School, she worked at Margaret McClumb School in Semans, Saskatchewan from 1984-1987. There, she had teaching duties in Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Algebra, Physical Education, and Health. She also had various coaching responsibilities and committee work, and was the Athletic Director there. In 1987, she came to serve at Luther College High School as the dean of women, and until her retirement in 2014, she was an influential teacher, coach, and Athletic Director. During these years at Luther College High School, she was also heavily involved in the High School Athletic community in Regina and Saskatchewan. She first served as the school’s RHSAA representative starting in 1987, and her role grew from there. She served terms as President for both the SHSAA and the RHSAA between 1997 and 2006. Miss Tillier became the first-ever female RHSAA Commissioner of Athletics in 2014, championing female equality in sport, and assisting in 2014 with the creation of the new RHSAA website. Since her retirement, Miss Tillier has also appeared on several boards. She was on the athletic board as a member of the Regina Sports Hall of Fame Committee, a Kiwanis Executive Board Member, a Kiwanis Scholarship Chairperson, as well as a Kiwanis Membership Committee Member. We are very proud to recognize and celebrate Angela Tillier, a woman whose influence is felt not only here at Luther College High School, but throughout high school sports in the province.