High School Boys Basketball

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HS Boys JV BB @ Home vs. Aquinas

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HS Boys JV BB @ Home vs. Aquinas

HS Boys V BB @ Syracuse

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HS Boys V BB @ Syracuse

HS Boys Res BB @ Home vs. Raymond Central

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HS Boys Res BB @ Home vs. Raymond Central

HS Boys V BB @ Home vs. Lincoln Christian

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HS Boys V BB @ Home vs. Lincoln Christian

HS Boys JV BB @ Faith Lutheran vs. Lincoln Christian

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HS Boys JV BB @ Faith Lutheran vs. Lincoln Christian

HS Girls JV BB @ Home vs. Lincoln Christian

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HS Girls JV BB @ Home vs. Lincoln Christian

HS Boys Res BB @ Home vs. Lincoln High

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HS Boys Res BB @ Home vs. Lincoln High

Boys Basketball Bowling Fundraiser

Lincoln Lutheran’s boys basketball program will host a bowling tournament at Sun Valley Lanes on Sunday, November 10th, at 2pm.  Teams of 4 or 5 members will compete in a two-game tournament.  The entry fee ($25/bowler) will cover the bowling and shoe rental.  All proceeds will go directly to the basketball program.  Come join us for an afternoon of fun and fellowship!  Themes and costumes are encouraged!

Warriors Pick Up a Win on Senior Night

The Lincoln Lutheran boys basketball team played David City on Friday night, 2/15. It was senior night, and the five seniors on the team and their parents were recognized before the game. This year's seniors include Andrew Polk, Micah Oetting, Connor DeBusk, Riley Smith, and Marshall Oetting.

Warriors Split the Weekend

Following a four-game losing streak, the Warriors were anxious to play on Thursday night, February 7th. They matched up well against Columbus Scotus with speed and stamina. The Warriors got off to a quick start, jumping out to a 15-2 lead, but the Shamrocks bounced back in the second half. The Shamrocks scored 24 points in the third quarter, taking the lead, but the Warriors kept poise and were able to squeak out a win 56-55, thanks to some clutch defense. Marshall Oetting and Tanner Wachal each had 16 points and Micah Oetting chipped in 12.