Basketball - Girls


 

Mission Statement

The mission of the Islanders girls basketball program is to build young women of high character through hard work, dedication, and teamwork. Along the way, we are going to create great memories and lifelong relationships while developing a passion for the game of basketball.

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Coaches

  • Alex Michel

Team Rules

  1. Do what is right...ALL THE TIME.
  2. Do the best you can...ALL THE TIME.
  3. Treat others the way you want to be treated...ALL THE TIME.

Islander Pride

Every player represents her family, school, and community. Players need to act in a way that will make all of the above proud. Players must treat their teammates, coaches, and the officials with respect. Failure to act in this expected manner may result in loss of playing time or possible dismissal from the team.

Players are encouraged to participate in multiple sports. This will add to their overall high school experience and will help them continue to build skills that will help them be successful. Participating in Islander Power is strongly encouraged, as being stronger, faster, and more explosive will make you a better athlete; which will make the Islanders better!

State tournament history

Class A State Champion: 1979
Runner-up: 1978, 1980

  • 1977-Lincoln East L30-57
  • 1978-Papillion W51-43, Lincoln East W49-39, Omaha Burke L34-45
  • 1979-Fremont W58-40, Kearney W55-41, Bellevue East W54-49
  • 1980-Omaha Northwest W47-40, Kearney W53-39, Lincoln L45-50
  • 1983-Omaha Central L27-83
  • 1989-Omaha Benson W50-49, Millard South L41-55
  • 1992-Omaha Gross W55-45, Millard South L36-50
  • 1995-Millard South L33-47
  • 2000-Millard West W39-26, Omaha Marian L43-47
  • 2002-Lincoln Southeast L38-46
  • 2007-Lincoln Northeast L40-54