What's Lincoln Thinkin' - Top 10 Local Stories of 2016
#10. Pahokee is a champion again - the Blue Devil football team was a dynasty in the mid-2000s, but under first year coach and longtime assistant Orson Walkes, Pahokee went undefeated and brought a title back to Muck City.
#9. Coach Mass wins #800. Keiser's Rollie Massimino became just the 9th basketball coach ever to have spent most of his career in Division One, and amass 800 career wins.
#8. Anquan wins Man of the Year. Pahokee's favorite son is honored for all he does in the Glades community, and across the country by winning the Walter Payton Man of the Year Award.
#7. Mason goes Missing. Former Park Vista and Auburn star Tre Mason goes missing from the Los Angeles Rams. Police visit his mom's house multiple times in response to strange behavior. His mental health status right now is unknown.
#6. Rudolph's big heart. Florida State Wide Receiver and Cardinal Newman grad Travis Rudolph made national headlines, when a photo of him sitting with an autistic boy during school lunch went viral. Rudolph spent the season with his new friend for life - 11 year old Bo Paske.
#5. Greg Bryant gunned down. The former superstar high school running back at American Heritage was shot and killed while driving on I-95. His killer has not been found.
#4. Herman's improbable win. 38 year old journeyman golfer Jim Herman from Palm City won his first PGA Tour event in Houston, booking his ticket to the Masters the next week.
#3. Tebowmania in Port St. Lucie. Former NFL quarterback Tim Tebow gets his first shot at baseball at Tradition Field, and he homers in his first at-bat of the Instructional League.
#2. Kiffin hired at FAU. The Owls make a big splash, hiring the former USC, Tennessee and Oakland Raider coach Lane Kiffin, immediately drawing more eyes to their football program.
And the Number one story in Palm Beach and the Treasure Coast in 2016 - Lamar wins the Heisman. Boynton Beach product and Louisville quarterback Lamar Jackson ends his incredible breakthrough season becoming the first local player to take home college football's biggest award.