Lincoln’s Seniors Draws Attention Around Area

Johnie J. Logue
Enterprise Staff
While Lincoln football is ranked third in the state, individually, they are loaded and not just in football.
Lincoln’s Senior lineman Tanner Bays is considered one of the top linemen in the state. At 6’3, 250 pounds ,he is marked as a D-1 prospect. He squats 500 pounds and won a no age limit strong man contest recently. Bays also runs 4.7 40.
Senior Bo Kroenke was on the cover of the newest Pigskin Magazine. He is one of the best class 1 golfers in the state.
Senior Jackman Beaman was voted among the top 25 athletes in the state. D-1 baseball schools are recruiting him.
All three were voted all-state in football last season.
Senior Nate Hesse had 49 catches for 15 TDs a year ago. He had four 100 yards games. Hesse was an all state receiver.
Senior Parker Engles was an all state linebacker.
Senior Hayden Beaman was first team all-state OL.
Add Joe Bittner, an all-district DB, Gabe Mehrens Ol all-district and Levi Betts LB all-district and you see what the ballyhoo is all about.
Pigskin listed them at 7-2 this season. They could run the table. Hayti will be waiting.
In baseball and basketball, they should be improved. However, the se coaches will just have to wait. Football is here and the fastest ten weeks of the year are coming up. Have fun boys, for you will never forget these times