GRAFTON—After a year hiatus that was caused by the COVID—19 pandemic the Grafton high School Summer Camp is back.
Slated for July 12-14, from 5:00-7:30 p.m. each evening GHS girls head coach Andrew Moore shared that they are excited to have this opportunity to work with future Bearcats once more.
Over the course of three days, the camp will focus on offensive and defensive situations and will tackle fundamentals; the key component to becoming a stronger player and teammate.
“Sometimes our fundamentals get a little lost. But they have never been more important. They really lay the ground work for a basketball player to be able to excel. And that’s what we want to do. We want to provide young athletes with all the necessary knowledge to succeed,” voiced Moore.
In addition to learning the basics, participants will also be given the chance to compete in one-on-one and five-on-five scrimmages, along with hot shot contests, a free throw shootout and knockout games.
Participants will be broken off into age groups and paired with coaches, counselors, Bearcats and Lady Bearcats players.
At the conclusion of the camp, an award ceremony and pizza party will be held for all camp-goers.
Each athlete taking part will receive an official camp t-shirt.
The Grafton High School Summer Basketball Camp is open to both boys and girls in grades first through eighth.
The cost of registration is $50 per camper. Registration can be completed online, or you may choose to register in person on the first day of camp, however, the online route is encouraged.
Online registration can be accessed by visiting, https://www.facebook.com/ghsladycatsbball.