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A Night To Shine

Christ Lincoln is hosting A Night to Shine (The Tim Tebow Foundation's prom experience for people with special needs). We have several special volunteer opportunities for high school students that would be a great service project. We especially would like students to be part of dance floor encouragement teams, waitstaff for the dinner, help with games, shoeshine, or karaoke, or even part of our "paparazzi".

JV Football Cancelled

TODAY'S JV Football game against Lincoln Christian has been canceled due to low numbers for Lincoln Christian. 

Trinity Church Job Opening

Trinity Lutheran Church is seeking a permanent part-time Finance Assistant.  This position works closely with Trinity’s Church treasurer and supports financial activity for the Church, Elementary School and Early Childhood Education (ECE) Program. Inquiries and resumes may be submitted to the Church office:  724 South 12th Street, Lincoln, NE 68508; phone: 402-474-0606; or electronically to:  staege2@unl.edu. Click "view" for more.

Centennial Conference BB Brackets

Attached to this announcement are the Centennial Conference Basketball Brackets. Conference games begin on Monday 1/21 with LL Girls playing on Monday at 6 pm at Kearney Catholic. The Boys team will start tournament play on Tuesday at 7 pm at LL.

Senior Baby Ads

Each year the Reflection Yearbook offers the opportunity to purchase a "Baby Ad" to honor your special senior.  This space covers 1/8 of a yearbook page and usually includes a baby photo with a message and often a meaningful passage from Scripture.  While the yearbook staff would love to be able to include everyone in this exclusive occasion, page space is limited and will be sold on a first-come, first-serve basis. Click "view" for more.

Wrestling Open Mat

Lincoln Lutheran will have open mat nights (Monday and Thursday from 7-8pm starting on January 24th) to introduce middle and high school students to the great sport of wrestling.  The purpose is to provide an opportunity for athletes to learn the fundamentals of the sport and get an idea of what Wrestling is about.  All skill levels are welcome.  Coaches will be teaching the fundamentals of wrestling and skills to be a successful athlete. Click "view" for more.

Winter Activities Volunteers Needed

The Winter sports season has started. If you could help us out for an hour or more, please take a few moments to sign up by clicking HERE! If you are interested in helping us out but don't feel comfortable, Mr. Brase is happy to meet with you at any time to go over the procedures and he would also be happy to get you lined up to "shadow" someone for a game to ease into things. We aren't looking for experts, just willing hands!! Thank you to everyone who supports LL athletics programs!

2019 Winter Clothing Drive

Thanks once again to our amazing Lincoln Lutheran families.  This was our biggest event to date with the most "shoppers" ever as well, the majority of whom came from the People's City Mission connection.  We were thrilled to see happy families taking multiple leaf-bag size bags home with them.  They were extremely grateful for the beautiful items.  Thanks for your generosity!  Our remaining items will be dropped off at the Community Action Program downtown this week.  Beth Donahue thanks us for blessing them with these gifts. Thanks to Mr.

Pregnancy Center Donations

The Lutheran Schools of Lincoln will be accepting donations for the Pregnancy Center as part of the Lutheran Schools Week Jan. 27-Feb. 2. Below you will see a listing of the items that the Center is in constant need of. Please bring your donations to any of the Lutheran Schools of Lincoln including Lincoln Lutheran. At Lincoln Lutheran, donations can be dropped off by the school office in the Pac-N-Play. Donations must be made by Wed. Jan. 30th at 10 am! Thank you for helping us bless this Lincoln ministry!

Wrestling: Arlington Tournament Results

Congratulations to Senior Tommy Nabity who went 3-2 at a very tough Arlington Wrestling Tournament this past weekend. Tommy finished in 4th place. 

Report Cards/Honor Roll Certificates

First Semester grades have been finalized.  Report cards for MS were sent via email on Friday, HS grades were sent on Saturday. If you didn't get a copy, please check your junk mail folder. If you still didn't see a copy, please contact the front desk. Remember: grades with comments can also we accessed by logging into PowerSchool.  Honor Roll is being worked on and we hope to get those emailed out later this week. 

Cornhusker Boys & Girl State

Cornhusker Boys and Girls State will be held at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln campus on June 2-8, 2019.  This is a week long activity in government, leadership and citizenship.  This is a great opportunity to make friends, sharpen your leadership skills and build your resume going into your senior year.  Applications can be picked up in the guidance office and need to be returned to the guidance office by January 30th.

LIT Champs!

Congratulations to the Warriors Boys and Girls Basketball teams on winning the Lutheran Invitational Tournament this weekend hosted by CUNE!

The Varsity Girl's Basketball team won their 4th consecutive LIT tournament.  They defeated Omaha Concordia 42-41 and Heartland Lutheran 44-28.  Gretchen Moll and Elayna Poppe were named to the All-Tournament Team.

Omaha World Herald VB Awards

Congratulations to the following LL Volleyball players on the following awards issued by the Omaha World Herald.  Marriah Buss was named to the Omaha World Herald 1st team Super-State and 1st team All-State C-1. Marriah was also named as the Prep Dig Player of the Year for Nebraska. Erin Williams was named All-State C-1 1st team and Hope Leimbach was 2nd team All-State C-1.  Lexie Kreizel and and Josie Puelz were named to honorable mention.

HS Girls Basketball Results

The girls' basketball team lost to Wahoo 64-41.   Gretchen Moll had 12 points and Layne Poppe added 11. 

Johnson County Wrestling Tourney Results

On Saturday, 12/15 the LL Warriors Wrestling team participated in the Johnson County Central Wrestling Tournament. Due to a number of injuries on the Warriors team, we only had three wrestlers who competed but came home with two 3rd place medals! Congratulations to Senior Tommy Nabity who finished the day with a 4 & 1 record including 4 pins. Tommy finished 3rd place in the 152 lb weight class, losing to the champion.

Pre-Season Track Conditioning

Conditioning will be available for Track athletes, or others that want to join in, on Mondays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays now up until finals. Dress out and meet in the commons at 3:30 for an hour of off-season conditioning. We will begin again after Christmas with pre-season conditioning. See Coach Ziegler if you have any questions. 

All-Conference VB & FB

Congratulations to the following Warriors who won All-Conference Honors in Volleyball and Football. Please pick up your certificates in the office.

All-Tournament Volleyball:  Marriah Buss & Hope Leimbach   Honorable Mention: Erin Williams All-Conference Volleyball: Hope Leimbach, Marriah Buss & Erin Williams   Honorable Mention: Josie Puelz & Lexie Kriezel

MS BBB Win over Raymond Central

The Reserve boys basketball team defeated Raymond Central last night 57-43 at Raymond Central. The Warriors led 54-18 after 3 quarters and cruised to the win. The Warriors had a balanced scoring attack and were led by Max Bartels' 20 points. The Reserve team moves to 2-1 on the season. 

HS GBB - Tough Battles with LC and Milford

The Varsity Girl's basketball lost on Friday night to Lincoln Christian 59-34.  The game was 28-20 at the half but Lincoln Christian pulled away in the second half.  The Warriors were led by Gretchen Moll with 10 points and Leah Jurgens with 7.   The Girl's lost a tough game on Saturday night to Milford 50-46 in overtime.  The Warriors led 42-38 with one minute to go but Milford tied the game and then went on to win in overtime.  The Warriors were led by Gretchen Moll with 20 and Larry Poppe and Leah Jurgens with 7 each.