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Aug22 6 hours ago by Deb Stetler
Lincolnview would like to welcome the following new teachers to our school district: Tonja Debell, Stephanie Kriegel, Jon Cruise, Brian Niemeyer, Lindsey Grillot, Jill Cockerell, Jessica Wischmeyer, Makaine Quatman, Eric Fishpaw, Krista Seibert, Kirstie Schroeder, Ashley Meyer and Michelle Knodell. We would also like to welcome back Brad Mendenhall to our district. He is our new JH/HS Principal.

Aug22 6 hours ago by Deb Stetler
The Lincolnview Girls Golf team hosted the Lady Lancer Golf Invitational that began this past Monday, but was postponed and concluded on Friday. Seven teams were able to return to Hickory Sticks Golf Club, with two individuals also competing for the team title and individual medalist honors.
The Lancer linksters dominated the field with a great score of 385, besting the second place Fort Recovery Indians (422) by 37 shots.
Lincolnview Invitational Medalist Mikenna Klinger poses in front of the scoreboard at Hickory Sticks Golf Club. 
Lincolnview Invitational Medalist Mikenna Klinger poses in front of the scoreboard at Hickory Sticks Golf Club. 
Hicksville (425) took third place finish, edging out the Lady Raiders from Wayne Trace (428), while Parkway (433) pulled away from Celina (440) to take fifth place, while the Bulldogs had to settle for sixth place in the tourney.  Antwerp rounded out the team scoring with a 443.
The 38 golfers vying for the individual title had sunny weather and wonderful golf conditions. Lincolnview junior Mikenna Klinger dominated the playing field, though, firing a one-under-par 71, which is now a new school and 18-hole tournament record.
Klinger’s score was highlighted by a double eagle on the par-5 No. 15 hole, as she sank one from 165 yards for the rare feat.  Klinger was steady on her round, posting two birdies to go along with four bogeys.  Defiance senior Annebelle Weisgerber took runner-up medalist honors with a fine score of 78, while Terra Walls of Parkway shot an 88 for third place and Kelly Stahl of Celina was one shot behind with an 89.
Four players – Emilee Phillips, Tori Vaughn, Gracie Gudakunst and Haley McGillvary – posted scores of 93 to finish in fifth through eighth place.  Rachael Schroeder of Hicksville and Jonna Walls of Celina each shot 94 for ninth and tenth place.
In addition to Klinger, those competing for the victorious Lancers were sophomore Makenzie Kraft (96), sophomore Macala Ashbaugh (111), sophomore McKenzie Davis (107) and Madison Shepherd (143).  Marissa Miller was unable to compete this Friday, as she had to support the Lancer cheer squad that finished in second place at a competition.

Aug22 6 hours ago by Deb Stetler
HEBRON — The Lincolnview boys’ varsity team competed in the third annual OHSAA preseason invitational held on the state cross country course in Hebron.
The Lancer boys ran in the Division II-III combined race and came away with the championship trophy placing ahead of 21 other schools. The Lancers were led by two top 10 finishes:  Bayley Tow placed third and Alex Rodriguez placed sixth overall.
Rounding out the scoring was Colton Snyder (19th), Trevor Neate (20th), Tracey West (21st), Tyler Brant (28th), Brayden Farmer (54th), and Troy Thompson (62nd).  The boys scored just 63 points.  Preseason state ranked DII Unioto scored 98 to place 2nd.
“It was a good start for the boys,” said Lincolnview Coach Matt Langdon. “We knew, based on camp, that we had the potential to significantly improve from last season and this race showcased that.
“We ran very aggressively the last half of the race and were able to get our top six in the top 30 of the race,” Coach Langdon added. “I was very pleased with the way that we competed given this early stage in the season; now we can focus on the regular season and start the process of improving and getting better.”

  
 

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