Lady Indians host annual Youth Basketball Camp

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Arrow right #1 Icon Created with Sketch. By Mark Carpenter-Basketball camp season is in full force in Adams County and the first to hit the hardwood were the youngsters who attended the Peebles Lady Indians Pee-Wee Camp in late May. The camp was originally set for four days, but had to be cut down to three for a very good reason, the Lady Indians softball squad’s appearance in the OHSAA Final Four on May 31.Success breeds success and Lady Indians’ head coach Billie Jo Justice hopes that her team’s Elite Eight run last season will inspire the younger girls in Peebles to give basketball that little extra effort and the three days of camp were an emphasis on having fun with the game, while working on the basic fundamentals that are so important as the girls move up through the grade levels.Especially after last year’s runs, the current players on the Lady Indians become examples and role models for the younger girls and their presence at basketball camp may be as important as anyone who attends.“it’s always fun to watch the high school girls working with the younger kids,” said Coach Justice. “We had a good turnout and I want to thank all the sponsors for their support.”“I like teaching kids the basics, the things that I learned at their age that really still help me today,” said Madison Beekman, a senior-to-be in the upcoming school year. It’s really good to see all these girls out here participating and getting better at the game of basketball.”Likely to at some point soon be the all-time leading scorer in Lady Indians history, junior-to-be Jacey Justice was also part of the contingent of players who were “helper” at the recent camp.“I like to see these kids grow over the three days we are here,” said Justice. “Watching them progress from not being able to dribble at all to being able to dribble up and down the court and just keep getting better as the camp goes along is satisfying to see. I love when the kids come up to me and say ’ Oh, I saw you hit this shot during a game and I really want to be like you’, and that makes me feel good and makes me want to just keep getting better myself and keep inspiring them.”The 2019 Lady Indians camp was for second through sixth graders and the participants and high school “helpers’ are pictured in the photo above: Front row, from left, Josie McGhee, Jillian Bailey, Elizabeth Boldman, Kendi Minton, Zaylee McClanahan, Emma Rhoads, and Allina Leggett: Middle row, from left, Addison Puckett, Emily Burns, Talashia Elkins, Kyndal Alonso, KiAnna McKinley, Payson Shiveley, Kendall Myers, Jerzi Tong, and Tiffany Burns; Third row, from left, Reese Davis, Madee Henderson, Savanna Shoemaker, Alyssa Smalley, and Rayna Beckham; Back row, from left, Tatum Arey, Madison Beekman, Taylor Cluxton, Harlee Wilkinson, Lilly Gray, Summer Bird, Jaiden Porter, Natalee Workman, Jacey Justice, Mack Hamilton, and Darby Mills.Helpers absent when the photo was taken were: Hope Brown, Lily McFarland, Marissa Moore, Avery Storer, Emmi Nichols, and Kyndell Lloyd. HomeSportsLady Indians host annual Youth Basketball Camp Lady Indians host annual Youth Basketball CampJune 7, 2019Mark CarpenterSports0 last_img

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