Waterboard Warriors Move to D1 After Stellar Nationals Competition
Waterboard Warriors Win Division II at State Waterski Show!
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The Waterboard Warriors Water Ski Show Team provides free water ski shows for the greater Green Bay, Fox Valley and Lakeshore regions twice a week on the Fox River in Wrightstown, just south of Green Bay.
Shows - which include high-speed barefoot water skiing, jumping, pyramids and acting - are every Tuesday and Thursday evening, from Memorial Day through Labor Day weekends.
The Warriors is a 501(c)3 non-profit competitive show ski team made up of dedicated, volunteer members whose goal is to give people in Northeast Wisconsin an opportunity to experience the thrill of show skiing; and others the opportunity to participate.
...We are Warriors!
The Waterboard Warriors Water Ski Show Team placed 2nd at the 14th Division 2 Show Ski National Championships, Aug. 2-3, in Warsaw, Ind. Hosted by the Lake City Skiers, the tournament featured seven teams competing for the Division 2 show ski national title.
“The Waterboard Warriors once again showed their phenomenal talent and skills on the water, impressing the judges at the Show Ski National Championships. Now it’s on to Divison 1 for our team, and we couldn’t be more excited,” said show director James Easterling.
The Waterboard Warriors also earned top-scoring awards for dock and equipment personnel (that's a sweep - state and nationals for a new, but very hard-working crew), sound crew, ballet, doubles, and pyramid. The team also finished 2nd in pick-up boat crews, towboat driving, swivel, and showmanship.
Last month, the Waterboard Warriors took home the title of State Champions at the state competition in Wisconsin Rapids for Division 2. In competitive show skiing, each club has one hour to present a theatrical performance on water skis. Judges score the acts by awarding points based on originality, presentation and execution. Elaborate costumes and staging intermix with music and fast action on the water as an announcer leads the audience through the show. Way to go Waterboard Warriors!