Jul 15

Lincoln 3-peats on the KELO Cup in 2016


The KELO Cup recognizes the champions and the championships of South Dakota high schools. Each school year, KELOLAND Sports will award the KELO Cup to three South Dakota high schools – one in each class AA, A and B. Since not all sports have three classes, schools will compete in the class in which they play basketball.

Schools earn points with each first, second and third place finish in the state championship for each sport. First place is worth 5 points, second place is worth 2 points and third place is worth 1 point. If a third place finisher is not determined as in football, then no points will be awarded. The school with the most total points in its class wins the KELO Cup.

KELOLAND Sports will award the points and post the standings here and on the KELOLAND SportsZone. For questions on the points and the standings, please contact sports@keloland.com.

Dec 17


Dear Friend of Lincoln High School,
A group of Lincoln High School alumni, staff, and supporters have begun a
LincolnBronzecampaign to raise funds to purchase the sculpture Abraham Lincoln by Jim Maher from Spearfish, SD. The sculpture is currently on display in front of First National Bank as part of the Sculpture Walk in downtown Sioux Falls. Once the statue is purchased, it will be displayed permanently at Lincoln High School. The life-size sculpture is a wonderful piece that shows a compassionate Lincoln as a teacher.
In celebrating the 50th Anniversary of Lincoln High School, please
consider contributing to this marvelous piece of art that gives tribute to the namesake of our fine school. Click here and fill out the contribution form and return it to:

Jim Dorman
LHS 50th Anniversary Project
2900 S Cliff Ave.
Sioux Falls, SD 57105

Or click the donate button below:

For a contribution of $1,000 orLHS50

more, your name will be placed on the sculpture plaque. Donations are tax deductible.
Thank you for your consideration in contributing to this tribute to Sioux Falls Lincoln High School.

With appreciation,
Kevin R. Nyberg,   LHS Hall of Fame 2009

Jim Dorman,  Assistant Principal