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Summer Schedules Coming Soon!

Our goal is to have all Lincoln athletics summer schedules published by the start of spring break. You can visit the team's page on this website for that information. Head coach contact information is available on their team page or under "contact us" on the bar at the top of this page. 

One helpful set of dates is the moratorium week, which is a week where there will be absolutely no high school athletics. This will be from July 26-August 1, 2020. 

This is a link to the OSAA calendar for the 2020-2021 school year. It has start and end dates for the regular seasons, playoff dates, and state tournament dates. It's pretty helpful! 

Spring Sports Update

April 15 update: 

Spring sports were cancelled following the Governor's decision to cancel in-person school through the rest of the year. Portland Parks are closed through June 6th and PPS properties are closed until further notice. Please stay safe and stay home!

April 1 update: 

The OSAA met today and announced they would continue to center their decisions around Governor Brown and the Oregon Department of Education's instructions. If in-person schooling is not allowed for the rest of this academic school year, spring sports will be cancelled as well. If it is safe to return to school, the OSAA outlined a few requirements to ensure the health and safety of our student-athletes. The full memo is below. You can also visit the OSAA's Information Regarding Coronavirus page. 

Please join your coaches, teachers, and staff in practicing personal distancing in an effort to flatten the curve, keep our community safe and healthy, and hopefully have a (shortened) spring season! 

April 1, 2020

 

OSAA MEMO TO SCHOOLS

April 1, 2020


To:              Superintendents, Principals, Athletic Directors and Head Coaches
From:         Peter Weber, Executive Director
Subject:     OSAA Update on Spring Activities and State Championships


The OSAA Executive Board held an online meeting today to discuss the latest developments regarding the COVID-19 situation.  The Board decided to continue its current suspension of Spring activities but chose not to cancel any other remaining state championships at this time.

Up to this point the Board has aligned its decisions regarding OSAA’s education-based activities with the Governor’s school closure orders and plans to continue on that path.  Board member discussion centered around the latest information sent out from the Oregon Department of Education (ODE) earlier this week stating that there is a very real potential that students may not return to school this academic year.  If the Governor orders that in-person student learning is shut down for the remainder of this school year, the OSAA will continue to align with the school closures and also cancel its Spring activities and state championships.

The OSAA staff has been in communication with all Spring state championship venues and shared potential challenges they are running into with the Board.  In particular, Western Oregon University has shut down all of its athletic facilities until June 30 and will not be able to host the 3A, 2A, 1A Track and Field State Championships.  Staff members are contacting other potential track venues to determine interest and availability.

Board members discussed the potential of shifting Spring activities and state championships into the summer and are not supportive of that concept at this time.  Concerns included increased staffing and personnel costs for school districts already facing uncertain financial impacts, scheduling issues regarding facility availability, plus student/family commitments for jobs, travel, etc.

The OSAA staff has been working with Dr. Mick Koester, our Chief Medical Advisor and chair of the OSAA’s Sports Medicine Advisory Committee, to develop acclimatization guidelines that the Board approved to emphasize student safety if schools are able to reconvene this Spring.  Included would be:

  • an initial 7-day period with practices only, no contests
  • limiting practices to once per day and no more than three hours in length
  • maintaining the current requirement of no more than six consecutive days without a rest day
  • continuing heat warnings as appropriate to weather and baseball pitch count limitations
  • limiting the number of contests allowed in a week specific to each activity (more details to come later)
  • emphasizing late afternoon starts and weekend contests when possible to limit loss of class time

The OSAA Executive Board has an online meeting scheduled for April 15 to discuss developments regarding this situation and take any action they deem necessary regarding Spring activities and state championships.  The OSAA will post updated information to the website as well as send an update to all schools following that meeting. 

Visit http://www.osaa.org/coronavirus for OSAA policies, plus health and safety resources, related to COVID-19.

Included on this page are all memos and media releases from OSAA since early March, along with a series of Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) designed to answer the most common questions we have been receiving.

Please contact our staff via email with any questions as we are working remotely (http://www.osaa.org/contact).

Thank you for all your efforts on behalf of the students and families in our state.  Stay safe.

March update: 

All practices and contests are suspended through April 28. OSAA will meet on April 1 and again on April 15 to assess whether or not it is safe to return. Here's a link to the OSAA Coronavirus Info/Update page. We're crushed to see a shortened spring season, and especially feel for our seniors. In an effort to keep each other safe and healthy please follow the guidelines set by Governor Brown and health officials. We want to return in late April. To do that, we need to take personal distancing seriously! This includes meeting up to play sports where you share equipment and/or cannot keep a safe distance. While it sounds extreme, the health and safety of our community is most important to us! Please stay home so we can resume the spring season and keep people healthy!

Construction Update

Track & Field Closure

The track and field will be CLOSED starting at 7 AM on Monday, 12/23/19. 

Spring 2020 Plan

Track and Field:

Boys and Girls Lacrosse:

Softball: 

  • no change due to construction
  • practices at Hamilton Park and East Sylvan
  • home games at Hamilton Park 

Baseball: 

  • minor changes due to construction (batting cage closed)
  • practices and home games at Gabriel Park, Pendleton Park, and Hillsboro Stadium

Tennis: 

  • no changes due to construction

Golf: 

  • no changes due to construction

Fall 2020 Plan

To be announced!

Lincoln Bond Project Website

https://www.pps.net/Page/1839

Announcements and Email Blasts

10/22 Email Blast: 

Hello Lincoln Families,

Please join me in congratulating our fall teams who qualified for Academic All-State!

  • Football: 3.32 GPA (6th 6A team in the state)
  • Volleyball: 3.69 GPA (13th 6A team in the state)
  • Girls soccer: 3.78 GPA (15th 6A team in the state)
  • Boys soccer: 3.67 GPA (3rd 6A team in the state)
  • Girls cross country: 3.91 GPA (7th team in the state) 
  • Cross country: 3.66 GPA

Next, if you haven't registered for winter sports, please do so!

For information about our club sports, please visit www.lincolnathletics.com. Deadlines for club sports vary, so please visit their pages for that information!

  • snowboarding
  • equestrian
  • racquetball
  • alpine ski team
  • freestyle ski team

To register for winter PIL sports (listed below), visit our FamilyID registration. PIL winter sports registration is due Wednesday, November 13. 

  • swimming
  • wrestling
  • girls basketball
  • boys basketball

If you have already completed a registration for your athlete in FamilyID (they played a sport at Lincoln this fall or last year), below are directions to help you speed up the registration process. 

1.      Log in to your FamilyID account.

2.      On the blue bar at the top of the page, click Dashboard.

3.      Under I wish to register for a program at, type in the name of the organization that you wish to register for. Then click the program. 

4.      Once you are on the registration form, click Register Now. 

5.      Make the necessary selections under Sections. Make sure there is a green dot in the circle to the left, or a green check mark in the box to the left. 

6.      Under Participant Information, click the grey bar that says Click here to SELECT or CREATE participant. Then, click on the name of the person you are registering. 

7.      All of the information you previously entered will be automatically entered into the form below. Make sure all fields with a red asterisk are completed, as they are required. 

8.      Press Continue at the bottom of the form. 

9.      On the next page, click Submit Registration or Pay and Submit. 

If you select the green Continue button but do not move on to the next page, it is likely some required info on your form is missing. If you run into an issue or need help please select Save and Finish Later and give us a call at 1-888-800-5583 ext. 1. Click here for further information on registering.

Support:

If you need assistance with registration, contact FamilyID at support@familyid.com or 888-800-5583 x1. Support is available 7 days a week and messages are returned promptly.

9/15 Email Blast: 

Winter and spring PIL sport registration is now open. Our winter PIL sports are basketball, wrestling, and swimming. Wrestling and swimming are open to all athletes and do not require a tryout. In the spring we have track and field, softball, baseball, tennis, and golf. Track and field is open to all athletes and does not require a tryout. Please remember athletes need to have a hard copy of a physical exam form on file in the Lincoln athletic office. 

Information about our club sports is available at www.lincolnathletics.com

If you have already completed a registration for your athlete in FamilyID (they played a sport at Lincoln this fall or last year), below are directions to help you speed up the registration process. 

  • Log in to your FamilyID account.
  • On the blue bar at the top of the page, click Dashboard.
  • Under I wish to register for a program at, type in the name of the organization that you wish to register for. Then click the program. 
  • Once you are on the registration form, click Register Now. 
  • Make the necessary selections under Sections. Make sure there is a green dot in the circle to the left, or a green check mark in the box to the left. 
  • Under Participant Information, click the grey bar that says Click here to SELECT or CREATE participant. Then, click on the name of the person you are registering. 
  • All of the information you previously entered will be automatically entered into the form below. Make sure all fields with a red asterisk are completed, as they are required. 
  • Press Continue at the bottom of the form. 
  • On the next page, click Submit Registration or Pay and Submit. 

If you select the green Continue button but do not move on to the next page, it is likely some required info on your form is missing. If you run into an issue or need help please select Save and Finish Later and give us a call at 1-888-800-5583 ext. 1. Click here for further information on registering.

Support:

If you need assistance with registration, contact FamilyID at support@familyid.com or 888-800-5583 x1. Support is available 7 days a week and messages are returned promptly.

GO CARDS!

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