It’s the second night of the Boys and Girls Basketball City Shootout! The schedule for tonight is:
6 PM: Girls SHG vs. SSHS
8 PM: Boys SHS vs. SSHS
The night will also feature performances by Southeast and Lanphier Bands and Southeast Poms.
REMINDER: Masks are required for all students and spectators. They are required to be properly worn at all times while in the BOS Center. Masks are available at the gate for those who need them. We appreciate full cooperation with this requirement.
Saturday’s schedule is as follows:
4 PM Girls LHS vs SSHS
6 PM Girls SHS vs SHG
8 PM: Boys SHG vs SSHS
Saturday will include performances by Springfield High School Band, Lanphier High School Poms and Sacred Heart Griffin Poms.
At the conclusion of Saturday’s shootout games, there will not be any city champions named.
Lanphier High School administration and basketball coaches have announced the rescheduled conference games as follows. The outcomes of the remaining shootout games this weekend and the rescheduled games will help determine the city basketball champions or co-champions.
“We have worked hard to reschedule these important girls and boys games,” said Lanphier High School Athletic Director Chris Hampsey. “We look forward to meeting our worthy opponents on the court.”
January 24: LHS vs. SHG @ SHG (Varsity only) 6:00 PM
February 3: LHS vs. SHS @ SHS 5:30 & 7:00 PM
January 25: LHS vs. SHG @ SHG 5:30 & 7:00 PM
February 17 LHS vs. SHS @ SHS 5:30 & 7:00 PM
The rescheduled boys Southeast vs. Lanphier game will be announced soon.
“Lanphier and Coach Turner are always a fixture of the City Tournament and we have missed the traditions involving them during this special weekend,” said District 186 Superintendent Jennifer Gill. “The conversations about quarantine requirements were difficult, and we applaud the girls and boys basketball teams for holding their heads high when tough decisions came their way. We’re excited for the rescheduled games and Lanphier boys and girls returning in full force next year.”
“We thank all of the city girls and boys basketball teams for understanding and coming to the table to change our schedule and follow the protocols that we had to put in place. We look forward to bringing back City in its familiar format in coming years,” said Jason Wind, Executive Director of School Support and Athletics for District 186.