A star football player and high school scholar

Louden Johnson is an accomplished Chickasaw student and athlete at Wayne High School in Oklahoma and is the nephew of Oklahoma State Rep. Lisa Billy.

Louden’s skills as a varsity football player helped him to lead his team to a coveted state championship title in 2011. He is also a four-time Defensive Player of the Week, was named as the Purcell Register’s Defensive Player of the Year and received the 2010 Most Improved and Rookie of the Year awards.

In addition to excelling on the football field, he also excels in the classroom. Louden maintains a 4.0 grade point average, has served two years on the Wayne High School student council and has twice been elected a Future Farmers of America officer.

He is also well respected among his peers and in his community. Louden volunteers at the local elementary school, serving as a tutor, and is known to carry on the Chickasaw tradition of excellence.

Accomplishments

  • Recipient of the Star Green Hand Award
  • Recipient of the Masonic Student of Today Award