Calling all Ships Basketball Alumni! Join us for some FUN at our 2nd Annual Ships Basketball Alumni Weekend Nov. 24-25. We mean YOU - boys basketball alumni players, coaches, managers and fans!
All the details about registration and schedule of events can be found on the website: http://shipsbasketballalumni.weebly.com
Friday, November 24th (Tentative):
2:00pm - Registration
2:30pm - Warmups
3:00pm - Tournament Play Begins (Based on (4) Team Tourney)
Game 1: 3:00pm - Team 1 vs. Team 2
Game 2: 4:15pm - Team 3 vs. Team 4
Consolation: 5:45pm - Loser Game 1 vs. Loser Game 2
Championship: 7:00pm - Winner Game 1 vs. Winner Game 2
8:15pm - Tournament Play Concludes (Pizza will be provided to players)
Saturday, November 25th:
5:30pm - Ships Girl's Basketball Game vs. Two Rivers
Ships Wall of Fame Inductee (Halftime)
7:15pm - Ships Boy's Basketball Game vs. Two Rivers
Special Recognition (Pregame)
Game Ball Presentation by the 50th Anniversary of 1968 State Championship Team
Recognition of Alumni (Halftime)
Special Recognition for the 1997-98 Ships Boy's Basketball State Tournament Team (3rd Quarter)
9:00pm - Alumni Social Hour @ TBD
Come join us in the bleachers to cheer on the SHIPS at Homecoming! Game kicks off at 1 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 30 at Lincoln High School. The Manty Ships are taking on Sheboygan North Golden Raiders. PARADE is Friday, Sept. 29 at 6 p.m., with a tailgate to follow with music, food and fireworks. #shipspride!!
Join us! Register to do the Rubick Run on Saturday, Sept. 30 and get FREE admission to the Homecoming game that day at 1!
LHS Class of 2012 Grad Courtney Pelot will be watching Saturday night's Miss America broadcast in Atlantic City from the sidelines this year.
Last year she was there on stage, representing her alma mater and the state as Miss Wisconsin. Courtney handed off her crown this summer to the new Miss Wisconsin, McKenna Collins.
In Courtney's year as Miss Wisconsin, she made more than 190 appearances, visited 31 schools and logged about 34,000 miles across Wisconsin promoting her literacy platform. The Manitowoc native said the year "shaped me into the young woman I am today." She plans to return to Manitowoc later this fall to visit special education classrooms and continue her work in literacy.