Lion Tales

Lincoln Water-Polo Champions!

Lincoln Water-Polo Champions!

Edgar Uribe, reporter

November 18, 2019

This fall season the Lincoln Lions boys water polo team was able to secure a co-league championship in the Blossom Valley Athletic League (BVAL) Santa Teresa Division.    Many didn't know what to expect since the team was relatively young and had 11 new players. One of the captains, Yona...

POPEYES CHICKEN SANDWICH RETURN

Isaiah Avila and Evan Forrest

November 13, 2019

Popeyes Chicken Sandwiches hit the market Again on November 3rd. The last time we have seen them was August in which everyone went crazy for, they ran out in 2 weeks. This is the most people have went to Popeyes in the past years. Their sales  went up by 800 percent. This is the only sandwich to ev...

Music Department Fundraiser: Pancake Breakfast

Music Department Fundraiser: Pancake Breakfast

Andrea Saldana, Journalist

November 13, 2019

Lincoln’s annual Performing Arts Pancake Breakfast Fundraiser took place at Lincoln High School last Saturday, October 19, 2019. Students took part in performing in front of parents, Lincoln alumni, and other Lincoln students while they enjoyed their breakfast that they purchased to support the perfor...

Cross Country And Their Journey To CCS!

Cross Country And Their Journey To CCS!

Andrea Saldana, Journalist

November 12, 2019

Lincoln’s cross country team has been swiping the competition with girls cross country winning the championship (BVALS) and qualifying for CCS Finals! Cross country is a sport in which teams or individuals run a race on large open tracks over natural terrain such as dirt or grass. At every meet an...

A Riveting Season For Girls Water Polo

A Riveting Season For Girls Water Polo

Natalie Sierra, Journalist

November 7, 2019

Girls water polo has been on fire this season! They were undefeated, demolishing every game they competed in the process. With seventeen returners and twelve new players the team had to work extra hard to catch up the new members. Water polo isn’t easy, it’s a vigorous contact sport that requires...

What is The Lincoln High School Foundation?

What is The Lincoln High School Foundation?

Tabatha Menten, Journalist

November 7, 2019

Paul Kanter describes the Foundation as an independent, non profit organization. The Lincoln Foundation is dedicated in its financial support of our school. “The Foundation was founded in 1991” said Paul “Its mission is to support academic and enrichment programs that benefit and enable all stu...

Math Club! The Only Club That Counts

Math Club! The Only Club That Counts

Andrea Saldana, Journalist

November 4, 2019

Lincoln High School has the perfect place to get all your math homework done and even get help with those annoying formulas and algorithms. Every Wednesday and Thursday after school, Math Club is hosted in Mr. Chen’s classroom, in room 812, where students can find a place to sit and work on assign...

Club Profile: Lincoln’s Youth Led by Christ

Club Profile: Lincoln’s Youth Led by Christ

Kevin Gonzalez and Tania Cortes

November 1, 2019

Lincoln's Youth Led by Christ club meets every Thursday at lunch upstairs in the main building in room 204. There, the club's leaders greet the new and old club-goers with pizza and a new lesson plan for that day. The club leaders, Senior Jacob Richardson, Sophomore Joy Haythorne, and Senior Alaina Harren, always...

Mystery Solved! How Did Lion Tales Get Its Name?

Mystery Solved! How Did Lion Tales Get Its Name?

Edgar Uribe, Reporter

November 1, 2019

During the summer of 2019, Lion Tales received 6 articles ranging from several years back. Some articles range back to 1942, the year Lincoln High School was established. These articles were sent to us by a former Lincoln High School student from the class of 1975. Her name is Margaret (Peggy Kustel) Daulton,...

Great American Scare

Great American Scare

Gio Quezadas, Journalist

October 31, 2019

Great America’s Halloween Haunt was the center of scare this weekend. Not only from the people working there, but from a shooting scare.  At around 10:30 pm on Saturday 26th, everybody at Great America began running in fear. Many believed that they thought they heard what sounded like gunshots,...

Math Teacher Leaves, But Why?

Math Teacher Leaves, But Why?

Laiyla Santillan, Journalist

October 30, 2019

On September 27, 2019, approximately 150 Lincoln students and their families were informed that their schedules would be changed due to the new math teacher, Ms. Doan, who suddenly left the Lincoln administration. This change has affected the lives of students as well as teachers, and many found themselves que...

Pay Day for Collegiate Athletes

Pay Day for Collegiate Athletes

Gio Quezadas, Journalist

October 27, 2019

Earlier this month, Governor Gavin Newsom signed the Fair Pay to Play Act. The act will allow college students in California to sign endorsement deals with sports companies. It will go into effect on January 1st, 2023.  Student-athletes would be able to hire agents to find deals for them. This could potential...

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