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Lady Hawks hold basketball camps

Published: Thursday, July 11, 2013 5:13 p.m. CST
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Oregon High School's Lady Hawks recently held their summer basketball camp for kids. Here, Little Dribblers (campers age preschool to second grade) pose with their Lady Hawk coaches. In the front row, left to right, are: Sarah Eckardt, Paloma Albaugh, Mya Engelkes, Piper Albaugh, and Abigail Hatch. Middle row: Annabella Carillo, Avery Kitzmiller, Abigail Fletcher, and Alexis Ebert. Back row: Angela Nordman, Ellen Reckamp, Allyse Ketter, Emy Wright, Isabella Holley, OHS Varsity Coach Kristy Eckardt, Abby Newman, Taylor Egan, Haylie Rorbeck, and Hannah Wolber.
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The Lady Hawks recently held their summer basketball camp for kids ages third grade through fifth grade. Here, campers pose with their Lady Hawk coaches. In the front row, left to right, are Tori Marchetti, Laura Wright, Jenae Bothe, Taylor Rufer, Abigail Virgil, and Kaitlyn Bowers. Middle row: Hannah Maurer, Samantha Bowers, Ashlyn Kitzmiller, Dylan Burke, Ella Martin, Olivia Marks, and Jadyn Bothe. Back row: Sam Lambrigtsen, OHS Varsity Coach Kristy Eckardt, Ellen Reckamp, Abby Newman, Allyse Ketter, Haylie Rorbeck, Hannah Wolber, Isabella Holley, and Taylor Egan.

Oregon High School's Lady Hawks basketball program recently held its annual basketball camp for girls.

The purpose of the camp was to introduce, practice, and improve on all fundamental skills of the game, such as shooting, rebounding, dribbling, passing, and defense.

Campers, ages kindergarten through 8th grades, took part in drills and exercises to help improve their abilities. They also participated in contests and games every day with an emphasis placed on working hard and having fun.

The camp was organized and directed by varsity coach Kirsty Eckardt with players from the high school team assisting during the 4-day camp.

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