coach Ken Lowe

Ken Lowe’s open letter to the community

I have chosen to retire as head coach of the Lincoln High School football program. The demands of the position continue to increase each year. My young family's activities are ...

Lowe turns in his stripes

I’m afraid the Lincoln High School newspaper Zebra Tales beat me to it, but the word is out that Lincoln High’s head football coach Ken Lowe is stepping down after eigh ...

Lincoln hits on all cylinders to manhandle Bear River 42-7

The Lincoln High School football team left nothing to chance against Bear River Friday night, rolling over the Bruins 42-7. Whether on offense or defense, the Fighting Zebras took ...

Lincoln’s title hopes dimmed by Placer victory

AUBURN – A surprising Placer High football team hobbled the Fighting Zebras’ chances of a Pioneer Valley League championship by downing Lincoln 35-19 Friday night. The ...

Lincoln spoils Oakmont's homecoming 36-27

ROSEVILLE – The Lincoln High School football team accepted Oakmont’s homecoming challenge and came roaring back for a 36-27 victory over the Vikings Friday night. Oakm ...

Lincoln storms past Highlands for second win

If Lincoln High School football was to suffer a letdown after its big win over Natomas, it certainly didn’t show as the Fighting Zebras dominated Highlands 55-6 Friday. The ...

Lincoln impressive in season opener

The Lincoln High School football team made a statement in Friday's season opener. Undeterred by starting their 2013 season on the road, the Fighting Zebras defeated Natomas 65- ...

Zebras showing more speed in 2013

The projected outlook for the Lincoln High School football season hasn’t been all that lofty, with Cal High Sports predicting the Fighting Zebras would finish no better than ...

A three-part look at the league’s 2013 campaign

If it is spring, it must be time for some football. Around the Pioneer Valley League, all six of the circuit’s schools were putting the finishing touches on their “spr ...

Center spoils Lincoln senior night with 41-20 victory

Center High School was a little too quick, a step too fast, and had just enough of a passing attack to keep Lincoln’s football team off balance and come away with a 41-20 win, Fr ...