The Lincoln Locker Room football camp series came to an end Friday with the High School Jamboree at Lincoln Pius X.
Before Darius Luff began his career at Lincoln High, he promised himself that he would be the best hurdler the state has ever seen.
Norfolk Catholic's Dylan Kautz would have bettered his Class C 100-meter record when he sprinted down the front stretch in 10.63 seconds Friday after he ran a 10.70 a year ago.
Though his cleats lightly clipped a couple of the obstacles in his path, Nebraska’s fastest-ever boys high hurdler still managed to top himself Friday at the District A-4 track and field championships.
John Tonje had 35 points Tuesday as Omaha Central returns to the Nebraska high school state basketball tournament with an 87-79 win over Lincoln High.
Isaiah Alford has his sights set on leaving Lincoln High as a two-time state champion. But Alford won’t be leaving Lincoln when he graduates in May. He signed to wrestle for the Huskers next season.
Lincoln High has 11 seniors who will go on to play a sport in college, a group that led the Links to back-to-back playoff appearances.
Lincoln High senior John Goodwin is the 21st — and 18th in-state — known walk-on in Nebraska's recruiting class.
Lincoln High senior Cedric Case decommitted from North Dakota on Sunday, and on Tuesday he took a step toward becoming an FBS quarterback by committing to Texas State.
Bellevue West improved its record to 2-0 on Monday night with a 73-59 victory over Lincoln High. Prep Recruiting Specialist Mike Sautter shares three takeaways from the Bellevue West victory:
Making better decisions on offense in the second half Monday night powered top-ranked Bellevue West to a 73-59 Class A boys basketball victory over Lincoln High.
New class, familiar result. In its first playoff game in Class A, Elkhorn South stunned sixth-seeded Lincoln High, 27-24, Friday at Beechner Field.
A highly anticipated top 10 matchup was anybody’s game, for about six minutes. Lincoln High scored on five straight possessions in the first half of its 43-3 rout of No. 9 Lincoln Southwest Friday.
The 7,000-Yard Passers Club could double its membership this week to four. Carter Terry of Grand Island Northwest, who’s already the Class B record holder, needs 171 yards against Crete, while Cedric Case of Lincoln High needs 97 against Kearney to reach that career threshold.
Lincoln High senior Cam Kleinschmidt became the third known commit in Nebraska's 2019 walk-on class.
Lincoln High has its best win in more than a quarter-century. It also triggered this idea — what are the most recent signature wins, the needle-movers, the momentous games for all of the Class A teams?
Omaha Roncalli ran the Ralston Rams off their home turf Thursday with a 48-point first half that led to a 62-23 River Cities Conference football victory for the Crimson Pride.
In a game of punches and counter attacks, one mistake is all that seemed to separate Norfolk High and Lincoln Northeast on homecoming night for the Panthers.
Isaiah Alford rushed for three touchdowns Friday night to lead Lincoln High to a 42-21 win over Omaha Creighton Prep.
Andrew Lauer of Lincoln High and Jenna Muma of Lincoln East led their teams to titles Friday at the Millard South Invitational cross country meet at Walnut Grove Park.
Grand Island defeated its second ranked opponent in as many games, getting three touchdown passes from Cole Evans and three touchdown runs from Caleb Francl to defeat Lincoln High 42-27.
Jevyon Ducker scored the game-winning touchdown to cap No. 5 Bellevue West's 49-43 double-overtime win over No. 8 Lincoln High.
There are some new faces among Class A. Joining the ranks of the state’s most populous class are Columbus, Elkhorn South, Elkhorn, and Gretna, who make the leap due to new NSAA enrollment classification rules.
Lincoln High has made the state playoffs in back-to-back years for the first time in program history. The 2018 Links are looking to make it three in a row and win their first playoff game since 1992.
Lincoln High senior quarterback Cedric Case realized a lifelong dream Monday by committing to North Dakota.
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.