Athletics

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District Track Results

The girls team brought home the District Runner-up plaque, as both HS Track teams competed well at Districts on Thursday, May 11 at Yutan.  We had a good day, having several 1st and numerous 2nd place individuals and relays going on to State! There were numerous personal bests attained and a large number of District medalists. So overall we have 8 athletes in 7 events that will take part in the State Meet on Friday, May 19, and Saturday May 20 at Omaha Burke's stadium. Here are your 2017 NE State Track Meet Qualifiers:

LC Golf Invitational Results

The LL Boys Golf team won the Lincoln Christian Golf Invitational on Tuesday, May 9th.  Individual Scoring was :  1 Luke Bartels (LL)75,  3Noah Frost (LL)78, 4Elijah Frost (LL)81, 8Grant Johnson (LL)82, 12Dylan Lilienthal (LL)84

 

Conference Track Results

Congrats to both track teams as they had good showings at the Centennial Conference Meet on Saturday. The girls scored 70 points and the boys 36. We had 4 Conference titles: Josie was a dual winner, Champion in the 100m hurdles and the pole vault, Mackenzie Koepke in the high jump (3rd year in a row), and Logan Kreizel tied for 1st in the high jump. There were many second place finishers and numerous medalists! Quite the feat for our very talented Conference! Way to go Warriors! God's speed at the Districts on Thursday!!

Lincoln Journal Star Academic All-State

Congratulations to the following student-athletes on earning the Lincoln Journal Star Academic All-State Award!

Jo Admiraal, Lydia Asplin, Luke Bartels, Kayla Ernstmeyer, Leah Gahan, Rachel Garbe, Mackenzie Koepke, James Lavicky, Amber LeGrande, Ellie L'Heureux, Gabryelle Mason, Jordyn Popple, Samuel Rathe, Paige Ravenscroft, Cole Schaedel, Cassandra Shambaugh-Miller, Erika Smith, Hayley Steinbauer, Joel Stennett, Rebecca Ziems.

Boys Golf Conference Champions!

This Saturday the boy’s golf team claimed their first Centennial Conference boy’s golf championship at Quail Run GC in Columbus.  Behind the fine play of all five golfers, the Warriors posted a team 317 to beat the defending State Champion, Grand Island Central Catholic team by 6 strokes.  Grant Johnson was the Conference Medalist shooting a +1 73.  The rest of the team’s scoring was rounded out by Elijah Frost 79 (6th), Luke Bartels 82 (9th), Noah Frost 83 (T10) and Dylan Lilienthal 88.  It was a beautiful day and some great golf!

All Conference Baseball Team Honors

Congrats to Tom Tewes & Kasey Ohnoutka for receiving honorable mention to the Nebraska Capitol Conference All Conference Baseball Team

Rachel Garbe received the KFOR Award

Rachel Garbe received the KFOR Sportcaster Club All-City Award & Scholarship.  Only 9 total student athletes from Lincoln receive this award in scholarship. She was recognized at the banquet on Wednesday, April 26th. There are 5 criterias for this award: Senior Athlete, High GPA and class standing, High sports achievements, Many extracurricular activities and has college plans. Congrats to Rachel for this accomplishment.

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Grant Johnson signs with Nebraska Wesleyan

Congratulations to Grant Johnson! He signed to play golf for Nebraska Wesleyan on April 16. The signing ceremony took place in the Copper Canyon Golf Club in Buckeye Arizona.  Grant was with his parents, Carl and Abbie Johnson, and former Lincoln Lutheran exchange student Simon Braathen. We want to wish Grant God's richest blessings on his college career at Nebraska Wesleyan.

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Track Result from Conestoga

Both the girls and boys teams had good showings at the Cougar Invitational @ Conestoga on Tuesday, April 25. The girls team was 3rd (just 7 points separating them from 1st), and the boys team came in a solid 4th out of 10 teams competing in the very cold and blustery conditions!

Track Results from Tri-County

The HS Track team had a great meet at the Tri-County Invitational on Tuesday, Both teams had multiple medalists and there were many personal bests attained at the meet.