The team loaded up onto a charter bus for the second meet in a row on Tuesday (9/16). This time they made the trip to Carroll to face our long-time rivals. The meet was competitive all night long. But the Rails were too much for the Tigers to overcome and Lincoln won 99-84! [Read More] READ MORE
The Rails made the two hour drive through big storms to Ottumwa Tuesday (9/8). By braving the weather, they came away with a victory! The girls faced off in some close race with the Bulldogs, but ultimately won 92-78. The win means the team is currently 5-1 on the season and...[Read More] READ MORE
The Rails won against their first conference opponent, Indianola on Tuesday (9/2). The meet was filled with some close races, good swims and pretty diving! The girls team is now 4-1 overall and 1-0 against conference opponents...[Read More] READ MORE
Rails went to Perry for another double dual meet on Thursday (8/28). The girls swam strong and won 9 of 11 events! The final scores were Rails 68, Perry 24 and Rails 70, Algona 23. [Read More] READ MORE
The Rails had a dominating performance on Tuesday (9/24). They took on the Polar Bears at North High School and came away with a solid win of 121-46. [Read More] READ MORE
Tuesday's meet against Carroll was more about setting a new expectation rather then continue with old habits, and the Lincoln Girls came out right away in the first event and shut the door on the Carroll swim team...
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Lincoln is proud to host the High School Girls Metro Conference Meet for the next two years. Our programs have always worked hard to host an exciting and well-organized meet. To add to the fun, we've asked Fine Designs
to do the Metro Conference Meet T-shirts for this year.
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The HS women's team dominated East on Tuesday (10/9) with a 118-52 victory. The girls came ready to race and they held their season times in all events. That's quite an achievement since taper season had just begun. Taper involves longer, tougher practices and wearing drag (extra suits, tights and shorts) while swimming those practices. [Read More] READ MORE
It’s been a long few years for the Lincoln swimming seniors and juniors. The seniors haven’t beaten the Huskies since they were freshman, meanwhile the juniors have never have won against their heated rival. But that all changed Tuesday night (9/25). The Rails came out swinging from the first event, winning the 200 Medley Relay...[Read More & See Photos] READ MORE
The Lincoln High School girls team made history on Saturday (9/22), winning the invite for the first time in four years! Even after the long week, earning a win against North but a loss against Carroll, the team came together and had several great performances. The meet started with diving early in the morning and the Rails came...[Read More] READ MORE