Tigers Basketball Camp Draws 62 Student Athletes
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July 19, 2007

Tigers Basketball Camp Draws 62 Student Athletes

Construction was going on outside the Scotland County High School gym last week. There was construction going on in the gym as well, as 62 student athletes participated in the Tiger summer basketball camp as coach Ryan Bergeson continues work to build the hoops program.

A total of 45 students in grades one through five took part in the morning session of the camp held July 9th-11th. The campers received instruction in basketball fundamentals from coach Bergeson and coach Lance Campbell and Sara Jo Childress as well as high school athletes Matthew Dice, Kyle Shelley and Andrew Duley.

On the first day of camp, Jacob Blessing received the hustle award while Mason VanHoozen was champion of the protect contest. Andrew Ebeling was honored as the best listener of the day and Joseph Hite was the overall camper of the day.

Day two saw Aaron Buford take home the hustle award while Mitchell Kraus took top honors in protect. Elijah Cooley was named camper of the day and Jacob Hull was the best listener.

The final day of camp had Kyle Childress taking the hustle award and Caleb Doubet winning at protect. Gage Dodge was camper of the day with Conner Payne winning the listener award.

Seventeen campers took part in the second shift for junior high athletes.

Brock Bondurant won the listener award on the first day of camp. He also was crowned the free throw champ for the entire camp.

Day one protect champion was Cameron Harrison. Lucas Howard won the hustle prize and Scott Eggers was named camper of the day.

On Tuesday it was Lee Tague hustling to the award. Taylor Rader won the protect game and Austin Smith and Andrew Mathes took the listener and camper of the day awards.

Camp closed out on Wednesday with Chris Jackson and Logan Payne taking those honors. Harley Stone won the final protect game.


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