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Taking it “week by week”-Links prepare to play Kearney Bearcats Friday night

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Taking it “week by week”-Links prepare to play Kearney Bearcats Friday night

Head Football Coach, Mark Macke, Offensive Coordinator, Chad Case, Senior Captains, Draven Long, Reat Choul, Cedric Case, and Marcel Austin lead the team tunnel walk before the Homecoming Game at Beechner Athletic Complex on Friday, September 21st, 2018.  Photo by Anthony Torres

Head Football Coach, Mark Macke, Offensive Coordinator, Chad Case, Senior Captains, Draven Long, Reat Choul, Cedric Case, and Marcel Austin lead the team tunnel walk before the Homecoming Game at Beechner Athletic Complex on Friday, September 21st, 2018. Photo by Anthony Torres

Head Football Coach, Mark Macke, Offensive Coordinator, Chad Case, Senior Captains, Draven Long, Reat Choul, Cedric Case, and Marcel Austin lead the team tunnel walk before the Homecoming Game at Beechner Athletic Complex on Friday, September 21st, 2018. Photo by Anthony Torres

Head Football Coach, Mark Macke, Offensive Coordinator, Chad Case, Senior Captains, Draven Long, Reat Choul, Cedric Case, and Marcel Austin lead the team tunnel walk before the Homecoming Game at Beechner Athletic Complex on Friday, September 21st, 2018. Photo by Anthony Torres

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By Angel Tran

Fresh off of their 5-game winning streak, the #5 Lincoln High School Football team will kick-off against the [unranked] Kearney Bearcats at 7:00 PM at Beechner Athletic Complex on Friday, October 12th.  After beating the now 0-7 Omaha Benson Bunnies, the Links are focusing on not just Kearney, but each other.

“I thought we executed really well, especially in the first half,” Senior Quarterback Cedric Case said. “It gave a lot of our younger guys a great opportunity to show us what they’ve got in a bigger game.”

Other seniors, like Cedric Case, are looking to younger teammates to step up in games as well.

#3 Isaiah Alford (12) runs the ball towards the end zone to score the 4th touchdown for the Links Homecoming Football Game on Friday, September 21st, 2018 at Beechner Athletic Complex. Photo by Zeke Williams

“I feel like everyone has been so focused on the seniors,” Senior Right Tackle Reece Mentore said.  “I think we definitely need to focus on the younger ones and help them out.  It’s their time too.”

“In the end, those are the guys who need to learn more, grow more, improve more, and all that,” Case said.  “It’s my job as a senior to help them do that, so they can take over next year.”

So how are they planning to take on Kearney this week?  Kearney is currently sitting at 4-3 after losing to Lincoln Southwest High School last Friday night 17-15.

“Like always, we’re taking this season week by week,” Case said. “As soon as the game was over last Friday night, our focus turned 100% on Kearney and what we can do personally to get better this week.”

Kearney, who went 12-1 last year, were the state championship runner ups, losing their only game to Omaha North during the Class A Final.

Come watch the Links take on the Bearcats at 7:00 this Friday at Beechner Athletic Complex for their senior night.

Find directions here.

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