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  • Highlights: Trevante Anderson's 28 points lifts Lincoln over Wilson

    Lincoln pulled away from Tacoma-rival Wilson with a 66-55 home victory on Wednesday to stay undefeated (16-0) and move a step closer toward its fifth consecutive league title. But is it ready for the giants of the Metro League — Nathan Hale, Garfield and Rainier Beach?

Lincoln pulled away from Tacoma-rival Wilson with a 66-55 home victory on Wednesday to stay undefeated (16-0) and move a step closer toward its fifth consecutive league title. But is it ready for the giants of the Metro League — Nathan Hale, Garfield and Rainier Beach? TJ Cotterill tcotterill@thenewstribune.com
Lincoln pulled away from Tacoma-rival Wilson with a 66-55 home victory on Wednesday to stay undefeated (16-0) and move a step closer toward its fifth consecutive league title. But is it ready for the giants of the Metro League — Nathan Hale, Garfield and Rainier Beach? TJ Cotterill tcotterill@thenewstribune.com

Lincoln proves it’s tops in Tacoma with win over Wilson; now how about Metro League?

January 25, 2017 11:19 PM