Mount Gilead holds youth boys’ basketball camp


The Mount Gilead boys’ basketball team recently held a youth basketball camp for fourth, fifth and sixth graders. The camp focused on offensive and defensive fundamentals, while teaching the campers about teamwork, leadership, competitiveness and good sportsmanship. Thirty youth players also participated in a number of competitions, including five-on-five, three-on-three, hot shot, free throw and dribbling competitions. Coach Strasser would like to thank all of the youth players that participated and encourage each of the them to continue to work on their skills. Pictured are youth players Raygen Van Horn, Aiden Lambert, Quintin Pierce, Boe Sayers, Hawk Littell, Briggs Leffler, Jayden Fisher, Landen Hayes, Sam Doucoure, Lane Rizor, Cody Meimer, Cole Fricke, Hayden Somerlot, Porter Beck, Jaxon Tinch, Cayden Doge, C.J. Kneipp, Nate Tobin, Ryan Sipes, Lane Shrader, Eli Shrader, Ryan Swalley, Ethan Gray, Joey Baldwin, Hayden Pangborn, Carson Trainer, Rowan Fitzpatrick, Landon Riggs and Jayden Ritchey and high school player volunteers Nick Dyer, Micah Tuggle, Adam Linder, Colton High, Jackson Huffer and Turner Fitzpatrick.

The Mount Gilead boys’ basketball team recently held a youth basketball camp for fourth, fifth and sixth graders. The camp focused on offensive and defensive fundamentals, while teaching the campers about teamwork, leadership, competitiveness and good sportsmanship. Thirty youth players also participated in a number of competitions, including five-on-five, three-on-three, hot shot, free throw and dribbling competitions. Coach Strasser would like to thank all of the youth players that participated and encourage each of the them to continue to work on their skills. Pictured are youth players Raygen Van Horn, Aiden Lambert, Quintin Pierce, Boe Sayers, Hawk Littell, Briggs Leffler, Jayden Fisher, Landen Hayes, Sam Doucoure, Lane Rizor, Cody Meimer, Cole Fricke, Hayden Somerlot, Porter Beck, Jaxon Tinch, Cayden Doge, C.J. Kneipp, Nate Tobin, Ryan Sipes, Lane Shrader, Eli Shrader, Ryan Swalley, Ethan Gray, Joey Baldwin, Hayden Pangborn, Carson Trainer, Rowan Fitzpatrick, Landon Riggs and Jayden Ritchey and high school player volunteers Nick Dyer, Micah Tuggle, Adam Linder, Colton High, Jackson Huffer and Turner Fitzpatrick.


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The Mount Gilead boys’ basketball team recently held a youth basketball camp for fourth, fifth and sixth graders. The camp focused on offensive and defensive fundamentals, while teaching the campers about teamwork, leadership, competitiveness and good sportsmanship. Thirty youth players also participated in a number of competitions, including five-on-five, three-on-three, hot shot, free throw and dribbling competitions. Coach Strasser would like to thank all of the youth players that participated and encourage each of the them to continue to work on their skills. Pictured are youth players Raygen Van Horn, Aiden Lambert, Quintin Pierce, Boe Sayers, Hawk Littell, Briggs Leffler, Jayden Fisher, Landen Hayes, Sam Doucoure, Lane Rizor, Cody Meimer, Cole Fricke, Hayden Somerlot, Porter Beck, Jaxon Tinch, Cayden Doge, C.J. Kneipp, Nate Tobin, Ryan Sipes, Lane Shrader, Eli Shrader, Ryan Swalley, Ethan Gray, Joey Baldwin, Hayden Pangborn, Carson Trainer, Rowan Fitzpatrick, Landon Riggs and Jayden Ritchey and high school player volunteers Nick Dyer, Micah Tuggle, Adam Linder, Colton High, Jackson Huffer and Turner Fitzpatrick.

The Mount Gilead boys’ basketball team recently held a youth basketball camp for fourth, fifth and sixth graders. The camp focused on offensive and defensive fundamentals, while teaching the campers about teamwork, leadership, competitiveness and good sportsmanship. Thirty youth players also participated in a number of competitions, including five-on-five, three-on-three, hot shot, free throw and dribbling competitions. Coach Strasser would like to thank all of the youth players that participated and encourage each of the them to continue to work on their skills. Pictured are youth players Raygen Van Horn, Aiden Lambert, Quintin Pierce, Boe Sayers, Hawk Littell, Briggs Leffler, Jayden Fisher, Landen Hayes, Sam Doucoure, Lane Rizor, Cody Meimer, Cole Fricke, Hayden Somerlot, Porter Beck, Jaxon Tinch, Cayden Doge, C.J. Kneipp, Nate Tobin, Ryan Sipes, Lane Shrader, Eli Shrader, Ryan Swalley, Ethan Gray, Joey Baldwin, Hayden Pangborn, Carson Trainer, Rowan Fitzpatrick, Landon Riggs and Jayden Ritchey and high school player volunteers Nick Dyer, Micah Tuggle, Adam Linder, Colton High, Jackson Huffer and Turner Fitzpatrick.
https://www.morrowcountysentinel.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/29/2018/11/web1_2018-Youth-Basketball-Camp.jpgThe Mount Gilead boys’ basketball team recently held a youth basketball camp for fourth, fifth and sixth graders. The camp focused on offensive and defensive fundamentals, while teaching the campers about teamwork, leadership, competitiveness and good sportsmanship. Thirty youth players also participated in a number of competitions, including five-on-five, three-on-three, hot shot, free throw and dribbling competitions. Coach Strasser would like to thank all of the youth players that participated and encourage each of the them to continue to work on their skills. Pictured are youth players Raygen Van Horn, Aiden Lambert, Quintin Pierce, Boe Sayers, Hawk Littell, Briggs Leffler, Jayden Fisher, Landen Hayes, Sam Doucoure, Lane Rizor, Cody Meimer, Cole Fricke, Hayden Somerlot, Porter Beck, Jaxon Tinch, Cayden Doge, C.J. Kneipp, Nate Tobin, Ryan Sipes, Lane Shrader, Eli Shrader, Ryan Swalley, Ethan Gray, Joey Baldwin, Hayden Pangborn, Carson Trainer, Rowan Fitzpatrick, Landon Riggs and Jayden Ritchey and high school player volunteers Nick Dyer, Micah Tuggle, Adam Linder, Colton High, Jackson Huffer and Turner Fitzpatrick. Courtesy Photo