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Lincoln opportunities turn into big mistakes

ANTELOPE – After giving up a 14-0 lead and trailing 20-14, the Lincoln High football team had a chance to score from Center’s 2-yard line with 30 seconds remaining in t ...

Lincoln girls team has an eye on league title

It was not long after Lincoln High girls co-head coach Eric Souto finished saying the Zebras could shoot better than their record 227 at Turkey Creek Golf Club that the team turned ...

ACROSS THE SPORTS DESK

The Lincoln High Fighting Zebras have entered the 2018 sports campaign almost with a vengeance, winning big and often. Cross-Country The stock for runners Destiny Everett and Sae ...

Zebras shut out Whitney in Stars and Stripes game

The Lincoln High football team took on visiting Whitney last Friday in a game where the Fighting Zebras fired on all cylinders in front of a home crowd to defeat the Wildcats 30-0. ...

Zebras girls tennis has great attitude and ambition

The Lincoln High girls tennis team started the fall season in August in the new Foothill Valley League. Their former league featured co-ed tennis, which is now in the fall for the ...

ACROSS THE SPORTS DESK

The Lincoln High fall sports programs approach competing in the new Foothill Valley League. Baseball Lincoln High Principal Michael Maul announced that The Fighting Zebras will h ...

Lincoln hosts Whitney for Stars and Stripes game

Lincoln High will host Whitney Friday and renew a brief rivalry between the two as members of the Pioneer Valley League; they met four times and each won two games. Friday’s ...

Lincoln rallies for huge win over No. 8 Antelope

The Lincoln High football team took on Antelope last Friday for their first road game of the season. The Titans were coming off a win over Rocklin and had beaten the Fighting Zebra ...

Lincoln drops opener to Oak Ridge 56-20

The Lincoln High football team took on Oak Ridge for their season opener at home and fell 56-20 Friday. The Trojans were 11-2 last season and ranked 26th in the state for prep foo ...

Zebras start season with guns blazing

To prove winning the Bear River tournament to open the season was no fluke, the Lincoln High girls volleyball team came home to blank Yuba City 3-0 in the CIF Sac-Joaquin Section F ...

Potters unable to keep Heat from repeating as champs

The Chico Heat repeated as the Great West League champions, after beating the Lincoln Potters in two games last week. The Potters defeated the Medford Rogues in a winner-take-all ...

Search continues for Lincoln city manager

Recruitment for a new Lincoln City Manager is being handled by Bob Murray and Associates of Roseville and the deadline to apply for the job is Sept. 14. The recruitment process co ...

Lincoln High annual Tailgate Dinner

The Lincoln High football program will present its 2nd annual LHS Football Tailgate Dinner at the McBean Pavilion Aug. 3. This $25 adults-only event is a big fundraiser for the pi ...

Potters battle to stay No. 2 in league standings

The Lincoln Potters played host to the Medford Rogues over the weekend, with the Rogues hot on the local nine’s heels in the Great West League Standings. GAME 3 On a warm&n ...

State of City address focuses on Lincoln landscape

BY STEVE ARCHER OF THE LINCOLN NEWS MESSENGER Although Lincoln Mayor Stan Nader recognized innovative local businesses and improvements to downtown, such as McBean Park college b ...