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    Dear Prowler Families, (all winter sports start 1/4/21...for all levels)

    COVID-19 Youth and Adult Sports under Executive Order 20-103 was updated and COVID-19 Sports Practice Guidance for Youth and Adults was released earlier today (Monday, December 28, 2020) by the Minnesota Department of Health.


    These documents:

    • Confirm that in-person practices may begin on Monday, January 4, 2021.
    • Identify that competitions within youth sports may begin on or after Thursday, January 14, 2021.
    • Include guidance on pod sizes and masks.

    Minnesota State High School League staff is reviewing the newest information to prepare updated guidance and information for Member Schools. Please look for more detailed communication from MSHSL later this afternoon related to the guidance documents. Also, additional information providing sport-specific guidance and information will be available by mid-week.


    Minnesota Department of Health Documents:

    COVID-19 Youth and Adult Sports under Executive Order 20-103

    COVID-19 Sports Practice Guidance for Youth and Adults

    If there is anything we can do to assist you and your family, please do not hesitate to let us know. #ProwlerPride


    Mike Biermaier

    Prowler Activities Director

    Thief River Falls, MN 


    Schedules can be found at


    Lincoln High School has always been the home of exceptional student athletes and outstanding artists and academics. The earliest trophies showcased in cases near the Lincoln High School Gymnasium are from the 1937-38 Basketball team. However, trophies commemorating the accomplishments of teams in all areas of athletics, arts and academics and from all years were found in a recent survey of the trophy cases.


    Student participation in extracurricular activities is vital to the development of well-rounded graduates. Research indicates that students who participate in daily physical activity exhibit improved memory, concentration, communication skills, problem-solving ability, and leadership capabilities. As a school, we support student participation because the benefits have been shown to be decreased absenteeism, increased self-esteem, and improved health and lifestyle choices. Our community supports athletic and activity programs because there is an increased tendency to participate in their community after graduation.


    We encourage every student to find a team, club or organization to use their particular talents for their own benefit as well as the school and communities.


    If you have any questions, please call 681-7140.

    Contact: Esther Gallagher

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