MG holds boys’ basketball youth camp


The Mount Gilead boys’ basketball team recently held a youth 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. A total of 25 youth players also participated in a number of competitions, including one-on-one, three-on-three, hot shot, free throw and dribbling. Coach Strasser and Coach Bartlett would like to thank all the parents for allowing their children to participate and encourage each player to continue to work on their skills. Pictured are youth players Memphis Clapper, Keaton Ayers, Zane Grandstaff, Max Bulkowski, Brycen Gabriel, Marshall Hand, Henry Bartlett , Kolton White, Quillian Rocks, Wyatt Long, Hawke Littell, Landen Hayes, Leland McKenzie, Taelan Davis, Brent Robson, Raygen Van Horn, Bo Sayers, Briggs Leffler, Nathaniel Meier, Cole Fricke, Lane Rizor, Porter Beck, Gage Baker, Wyatt Young and Brogan Pfleiderer; high school player volunteers Jackson Huffer, Turner Fitzpatrick, Darren Mounts, Tyler Arthur, Logan Wilt, Graham Sherbourne and Levi Baer and coaches Dan Strasser and Gary Bartlett.

The Mount Gilead boys’ basketball team recently held a youth 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. A total of 25 youth players also participated in a number of competitions, including one-on-one, three-on-three, hot shot, free throw and dribbling. Coach Strasser and Coach Bartlett would like to thank all the parents for allowing their children to participate and encourage each player to continue to work on their skills. Pictured are youth players Memphis Clapper, Keaton Ayers, Zane Grandstaff, Max Bulkowski, Brycen Gabriel, Marshall Hand, Henry Bartlett , Kolton White, Quillian Rocks, Wyatt Long, Hawke Littell, Landen Hayes, Leland McKenzie, Taelan Davis, Brent Robson, Raygen Van Horn, Bo Sayers, Briggs Leffler, Nathaniel Meier, Cole Fricke, Lane Rizor, Porter Beck, Gage Baker, Wyatt Young and Brogan Pfleiderer; high school player volunteers Jackson Huffer, Turner Fitzpatrick, Darren Mounts, Tyler Arthur, Logan Wilt, Graham Sherbourne and Levi Baer and coaches Dan Strasser and Gary Bartlett.


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The Mount Gilead boys’ basketball team recently held a youth 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. A total of 25 youth players also participated in a number of competitions, including one-on-one, three-on-three, hot shot, free throw and dribbling. Coach Strasser and Coach Bartlett would like to thank all the parents for allowing their children to participate and encourage each player to continue to work on their skills. Pictured are youth players Memphis Clapper, Keaton Ayers, Zane Grandstaff, Max Bulkowski, Brycen Gabriel, Marshall Hand, Henry Bartlett , Kolton White, Quillian Rocks, Wyatt Long, Hawke Littell, Landen Hayes, Leland McKenzie, Taelan Davis, Brent Robson, Raygen Van Horn, Bo Sayers, Briggs Leffler, Nathaniel Meier, Cole Fricke, Lane Rizor, Porter Beck, Gage Baker, Wyatt Young and Brogan Pfleiderer; high school player volunteers Jackson Huffer, Turner Fitzpatrick, Darren Mounts, Tyler Arthur, Logan Wilt, Graham Sherbourne and Levi Baer and coaches Dan Strasser and Gary Bartlett.

The Mount Gilead boys’ basketball team recently held a youth 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. A total of 25 youth players also participated in a number of competitions, including one-on-one, three-on-three, hot shot, free throw and dribbling. Coach Strasser and Coach Bartlett would like to thank all the parents for allowing their children to participate and encourage each player to continue to work on their skills. Pictured are youth players Memphis Clapper, Keaton Ayers, Zane Grandstaff, Max Bulkowski, Brycen Gabriel, Marshall Hand, Henry Bartlett , Kolton White, Quillian Rocks, Wyatt Long, Hawke Littell, Landen Hayes, Leland McKenzie, Taelan Davis, Brent Robson, Raygen Van Horn, Bo Sayers, Briggs Leffler, Nathaniel Meier, Cole Fricke, Lane Rizor, Porter Beck, Gage Baker, Wyatt Young and Brogan Pfleiderer; high school player volunteers Jackson Huffer, Turner Fitzpatrick, Darren Mounts, Tyler Arthur, Logan Wilt, Graham Sherbourne and Levi Baer and coaches Dan Strasser and Gary Bartlett.
https://www.morrowcountysentinel.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/29/2019/10/web1_2019-Mount-Gilead-Basketball-Youth-Camp.jpgThe Mount Gilead boys’ basketball team recently held a youth 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. A total of 25 youth players also participated in a number of competitions, including one-on-one, three-on-three, hot shot, free throw and dribbling. Coach Strasser and Coach Bartlett would like to thank all the parents for allowing their children to participate and encourage each player to continue to work on their skills. Pictured are youth players Memphis Clapper, Keaton Ayers, Zane Grandstaff, Max Bulkowski, Brycen Gabriel, Marshall Hand, Henry Bartlett , Kolton White, Quillian Rocks, Wyatt Long, Hawke Littell, Landen Hayes, Leland McKenzie, Taelan Davis, Brent Robson, Raygen Van Horn, Bo Sayers, Briggs Leffler, Nathaniel Meier, Cole Fricke, Lane Rizor, Porter Beck, Gage Baker, Wyatt Young and Brogan Pfleiderer; high school player volunteers Jackson Huffer, Turner Fitzpatrick, Darren Mounts, Tyler Arthur, Logan Wilt, Graham Sherbourne and Levi Baer and coaches Dan Strasser and Gary Bartlett. Courtesy Photo