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Faculty cleans-up at inservice

"Instead, whoever wants to become great among you must be your servant, and whoever wants to be first must be slave of all. For even the Son of Man did not come to be served, but to serve, and to give his life as a ransom for many."

After a morning of devotions, discussions on what constitutes critical thinking and how to develop it in the classroom and department meetings, the faculty of Lincoln Lutheran spent part of the afternoon working together to help make the school more visually inviting.

"I'm reminded all the time how accepting and inviting our students and faculty are. Sometimes we miss the chance to be visually inviting as well." said Mr. Sommerer after the work was done. Mr. Heibel listed about a half dozen high priority jobs that would have an immediate impact on how the school looks and that could be accomplished in an afternoon.

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Senior Isaiah Bockelman featured in the Lincoln Journal Star

On Thursday, Sept 16, the Lincoln Journal Start published an aritcle featuring Senior Isaiah Bockelman.  The article, written by Ryly Jane Hambleton, talks about Isaiah taking to the sidelines on the football field.  Due to several concussions from many different sports, Isaiah is finding his new role as a coaching assistant enjoyable.

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L.L Cheerleaders at MS walk

The Lincoln Lutheran Cheerleaders brought their energy and encouragement to the teams of walkers at the MS (Multiple Sclerosis) Walk last Sunday.  Members of the community mentioned how exciting it was to see the cheerleaders at this event.  They did an awesome job cheering on the teams at the walk.

A big "Thank You" to the L.L. Cheerleaders for serving others in our community!

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Volleyball Article in The Journal Star

Earlier this week, in the Lincoln Journal Star, Ron Powell wrote an article about Lincoln Lutheran High School Volleyball team. You can find the whole article in the Friday, September 10, 2010 edition of the Journal Star or read it on their website.

Here's the start of the article to give you an idea...

Lincoln Lutheran didn't play a match during the opening weekend of the volleyball season, but the Warriors have made up for lost time the past three days.

After taking straight-set victories against defending C-2 state champion Aquinas and Lincoln Christian in a home triangular Tuesday, Lutheran improved to 4-0 with pool-play victories over Centennial (25-11, 25-19) and Ashland-Greenwood (23-25, 25-23, 25-20) at the 10-team Malcolm Invitational tournament Thursday night.

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Lincoln Lutheran vs. Syracuse

Syracuse 3 – Warriors 0

Passion, love, faith, trust, and brotherhood. Some of these are not the usual way that you would describe a warrior. However, these are some of the many ways you can describe the Lincoln Lutheran football team this year.

Last Friday night the team squared off with the seventh best ranked team in the state, the Syracuse Rockets. The boys went toe to toe with them the whole night. It can be argued that at times your Lincoln Lutheran Warriors dominated on Abel field at Nebraska Wesleyan. All of this for a last minute field goal by the Rockets to put the score 3-0.

The defense led the way for your Warriors causing four turnovers and not surrendering a single point until there was less than 30 seconds in the game. Senior middle linebackers Mason Gahan and Peter Staab led the fierce Warrior defense leaving destruction and carnage in their wake. Several of Staab’s hits could be heard echoing throughout the stadium. Behind these two the defense kept the team in the game and kept the Rockets both grounded and shocked.

Warriors continue to improve

The Lincoln Lutheran cross country team competed at The Arlington Invitational Tuesday at Camp Fontenell. The girl’s team took runner-up honors behind 2009 State Champion Fort Calhoun. Leading the Lady Warriors were Karstin Ptaschek finishing in 7th place with a time of 17:22.8, followed by Kamilla Knudsen, 9th in a time of 17:25.8. Finishing out the varsity finishers were Erin Heiden, 11th; 17:55.8, Paige Orth, 13th; 18:07.4, Ann Heibel, 14th; 18:24.7, and Lexie Volk, 19th; 19:18.2.

The boy’s varsity squad continues to improve, with four Top Ten rated teams in the men’s field, finishing third with 44 points just missing the runner up trophy by 2 points to Arlington. The boys were led again by senior captain Dane Stahr finishing in 3rd place overall in a time of 18:40.7 on a very hilly course. Finishing second with a strong showing was Kolby Johnson in the Top Ten with a 7th place finish in a time of 19:11.4. Ethan Bruggeman finished in 16th with a time of 19:39.6 followed by Cody Claridge, 18th; 20:04.0. Remaining varsity finishers were Sam Malan, 30th; 21:16.6, and Christian Will, 43rd; 21:50.3.

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Time for a New Website

Lincoln Lutheran will be launching a new website on Friday, August 27. To do some of the behind the scenes work on the new website, we have to take down the old website. Sorry about any inconvenience this might cause you. In the mean time, we have this really boring site for you to use.

You can still access the most popular parts of the Lincoln Lutheran site through the menu at the top of this page.

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Fore 4 Youth Golf Tournament

A Perfect Day for Golf!

As promised, Friday, June 4th was a beautiful summer day and just perfect for a golf outing. The 15th Annual Lincoln Lutheran Middle/High School Golf Classic was described as being a wonderful day for fellowship, support for the school, and a great day to have fun. 20 teams gathered at Yankee Hill Country Club for a lunch donated by Ideal Grocery and Market, putting and chipping contests, and a shot gun start at noon. The afternoon concluded with an awards reception at 5pm with social time and appetizers provided by Yankee Hill.

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2010 Cross Country Season Outlook

The 2010 Cross Country season starts with continued optimism of “Reaching Higher”. After a 2009 season which included both teams qualifying for State; boys finishing in 10th place and the girls team a 6th place finish, we set our goals on District Championships and higher rankings at State. The boys team returns two letterman in Dane Stahr and Kolby Johnson, both who should be among the Top runners in Class C this year.

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Day of Singing @ Concordia

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Day of Singing @ Concordia - 12:45 to 7:00 pm