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New Pomalinks coach excited for upcoming year

By Ollie Riggins, Editor-in-Chief | April 12, 2024

Michaela Wubbles, the new Pomalinks coach is preparing for the new season. Wubbles has danced her whole life and coached cheer in the 2023-2024 and 2022-2023 school years, coaching JV her first year, and...

LHS Cheerleaders cheer on the links

LHS cheer program adapts to new Covid-19 protocols, focus is on safety

By Emily Robinson | September 21, 2020

While sports have only nearly started, the Lincoln High cheerleaders have been working with the Covid-19 procedures to be able to practice and prepare for the sidelines. From masks to social distancing,...

Varsity Cheerleader Logan Larsen (12) speaks to the students and staff at the Joint Cheer and Wrestling State sendoff on February 13th, 2019. Cheer performs in Grand Island Friday Morning, and State Wrestling started today, February 14th, 2019. Photo by Zeke Williams

Cheer and Wrestling to go to State!

By Zeke Williams, Reporter | February 14, 2019

The Pomalinks do their Homecoming performance at the pep rally on September 1, 2017.

Poma-Who? Poma-What? PomaLINKS!

By Maicee Ingwerson | October 20, 2017
Reading Time: 3 minutes 142 “I am innovative. I am reliable. I am open minded. I am positive. I am optimistic. I am resilient. I am supportive, and I am prepared.” These were the responses that Pomalinks Coach Adrianne Poppe wasn’t expecting at the beginning of the year when she asked the team what they had to offer. “I...
LHS Cheer works to change team’s vibe

LHS Cheer works to change team’s vibe

By Angel Tran, Editor-In-Chief | October 18, 2017
Reading Time: 5 minutes 120 Varsity Cheerleaders incorporate stunting into their routine By Angel Tran |Feature| Named the “Best Cheerleading Squad in Lincoln, Nebraska” by the Lincoln Journal Star, this cheerleading team has more than just a reputation to uphold. After losing 13 seniors, not only will they be filling in the gaps, but they’ll be lifting each other...
Above: Daniel Holba (11) performs with the other JV Cheerleaders during the Fall Spirit
Rally that took place at the end of Spirt Week. Photo by Santanna Spahn

LHS male cheerleader pushes b oundaries

By Sean Neary | February 2, 2015
Reading Time: 3 minutes 0 While other guys were going out for typical sports, like football and tennis, junior Daniel Holba decided to try out to be an LHS cheerleader. “It seemed like it was really fun, and a lot of my friends did it, so why not?” Holba said. He made the JV team this year. It’s his...
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