Zebras Claim First League Victory, Honor First Responders

Looking for Second League W at Pondo

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Zebras Claim First League Victory, Honor First Responders

Aidan Morgan and Tyler Giles

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October is here which means league games are underway for the Lincoln Fighting Zebra football program. Last week the Zebras faced off against Oakmont High for their first league game. 

The Vikings came into the game undefeated with a record of 5-0 but the Zebras brought their streak to an end.The Zebras ran by the Vikings with a final score of 28-17, moving Lincoln to 1-0 in league. This game was “First Responders Night” and all first responders including police, fire and military were granted free entrance to the game and honored with a ceremony. Head Varsity Coach Chris Bean lost his brother, William Bean, when he was killed in the line of duty as a police officer.

Tonight, October 11, the Zebras head over to Ponderosa for their second league game of the season. When asked, Kyle Remigo, WR, had this to say the game.”We need to be fast, physical, and focused.” 

The team is looking to keep to the game plan and minimize penalties. “If we play the way we want to play and control the ball, we should come out with a win.” Center and Guard Guy Hamasaki said.

The Zebras are hunting for their second league win tonight at Ponderosa. Keep it going Zeebs!