Both age divisions had 30 or more participants as the recent Sulphur Springs boys basketball camp ended, but not before it was ruled an overwhelming success.
Attendance and interest in basketball was up from last year. The camp was held at Sulphur Springs High School for four days. The event was open to campers in grades 3-8.
“We had a great turnout. The enthusiasm has been excellent and we hope to continue to have camps like this,” said Jeremy Josey, Sulphur Springs head boys varsity basketball coach.
Josey went on to say the young campers were very eager to learn fundamentals of the game and that the groups were full of energy.
The camp was very “kid friendly” with contests set up to elevate interest in dribbling and shooting drills with small prizes awarded.
Josey was assisted in the camp by Clark Cipoletta and former player, Mel Person.
Sulphur Springs athletic director Greg Owens said he was glad to see so much interest and participation in the summer camps.
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