Thomas More High School girls basketball team made history when they won their fifth straight state Class A championship. The Cavaliers joined the list as the third program in South Dakota high school history to win five consecutive titles. Armour did it first, from to
This year, we open our doors to all students nationally who wish to attend. We will also honor our Veterans who have served our country in the military.
From Athletics, Academics, Fine Arts, or in promoting our indigenous cultural traditions in honoring, we carry on the LNI spirit and there is something for everyone. Who do you think will claim the titles this year? Can you already hear the roar of the crowd?
We are proud of you for making positive choices in representing your respected schools, communities and the LNI Organization.
In closing, we invite you to have a good time and take in as many events as you can in supporting all of our LNI student athletes and scholars. Remember to take time and shake the hand of a veteran who has served our country, or our LNI student athletes who have gone on to attend college, trade school, or the military and who have returned home for the holidays.
Please show your sportsmanship and appreciation to all participants, sports, public safety officials, and all our workers who have volunteered their time to make this a memorable event for the youth.
Enjoy the tournament and all the pageantry that goes with it.