Lincoln High athlete Darius Luff committed to play football at North Dakota on Saturday. UND was the first and only Division I school to extend Luff a scholarship offer.
The Locker Room camp series made its inaugural visit to Lincoln this week. It came to an end Friday with the High School Jamboree at Lincoln High.
Cedric Case's recruitment is heating up at the right time. The 6-foot-2, 195-pound Lincoln High quarterback is entering his final high school offseason and looking to back up his record-breaking 2017 season with another strong year.
With the gates to the football field locked, Bob White was forced to take the long way around to get to his team. Call it a victory walk.
A strong showing by several of the top teams Friday got the Class A meet off to a record-setting start at Burke Stadium. Now all the athletes in Saturday’s finals must hope for some help from Mother Nature.
Darius Luff was not holding back, and he earned a state record with that mindset.
Darius Luff and Caelyn Christiancy picked up where they left off in the 300-meter hurdles. Luff, who hadn’t run the race in Lincoln High’s previous meet, won the Heartland Conference title in 38.99.
Omaha Creighton Prep had the only winning performance among Nebraskans at the Kansas Relays.
Crosswinds made things tough on runners at the Papillion-La Vista South Invitational on Thursday, but there weren’t many takers willing to complain about the blustery conditions.
Lincoln High junior Cedric Case completed 200 of 293 passes (68.3 percent) for 3,249 yards, 35 touchdowns and four interceptions, and added a pair of rushing touchdowns.
The Patriots win their ninth straight game, but finish without senior Jayme Horan.
Omaha Central’s seven-games-in-11-days grind is in the rearview mirror after an 81-64 victory over Lincoln High on Saturday.
Keyshawn Jenkins made the plays — both exciting and everyday ones — Friday night in Lincoln High’s 70-66 home win over Lincoln Southwest.
Zion Perry has scholarship offers from lower-division schools, but he's also receiving interest from FCS programs.
Millard South toppled Lincoln High 21-19 at Seacrest Field. The Patriots (6-4) advanced to face Omaha North in next week’s Class A quarterfinal.
At 8-1, Lincoln High has its most wins in the regular season in school history. On Friday against Millard South, the Links will play their second playoff game in more than two decades and begin a run at the school’s first title since Lyndon Johnson was president.
Brody Belt scored three touchdowns, two on passes from Giavonni Guido, as No. 2 Millard West dealt No. 5 Lincoln High its first loss, 28-17 at Beechner Complex.
Thursday night’s Elkhorn South-Gretna game in Class B started a final-week schedule that includes these blockbusters — Millard West at Lincoln High in Class A, Norfolk Catholic at West Point-Beemer in Class C-1, Hartington Cedar Catholic at Ponca in Class C-2 and Kenesaw at Heartland in Eight Man-2.
Junior quarterback Cedric Case threw for 327 yards and five touchdowns Friday in unbeaten Lincoln High’s 37-10 victory over Lincoln Southwest at Seacrest Field.
Lincoln High put seniors Ethan Bruha and Alex Hamann together at No. 1 doubles less than four weeks ago. Thursday, the eighth-seeded Links showed just how far they’ve progressed.
Last week was big for the Lincoln High golf team.
Lincoln High continued its breakout season Thursday with a 48-0 win over Omaha Central at Seacrest Field.
Zion Perry's offensive numbers through four games show just how explosive he is. He has been virtually unstoppable for the 4-0 Links, averaging 6.5 receptions per game and 18.2 yards per catch with eight touchdowns.
Lincoln High’s high-powered offense continued to hum Friday with a 54-14 rout over North Platte. Links quarterback Cedric Case maintained his torrid pace through the air, tossing four touchdown passes. Now through five games, the junior has passed for 1,645 yards, 22 touchdowns and only one interception.
If Thursday's home triangular was any indication, the Norfolk High School volleyball program tried to take a step forward.
The Millard North Hoopfest kicked off the summer for high school hoops on Friday with 12 teams taking part. A few teams and individuals stood out as each team played three games in the one-day event.