On May 20-21, the Mansfield Lady Tigers coaches and basketball players held a cubs basketball camp for girls grades 3-6. With a total of 24 girls in attendance, the camp was a huge success. Along with having fun and making memories, the Lady Cubs were taught skills such as passing, dribbling, and shooting form.
“I was very pleased with the turnout and hard work of our little Lady Tigers,” expressed Head Coach Joshua Bryan. “There is some talent in the younger classes that will improve our young basketball program in the years to come. I’m excited to see each one of our players grow throughout their careers.”
“The camp’s success came from the output of our campers. Everyone worked hard with each and every task we put before them. One example was the fact that all of the girls remembered what was taught from day one when asked on day two. We also had a dribbling competition where our campers competed against our senior and junior high staffers. There was a lot of cheering and encouragement between everyone at the camp. Spirit was high and the girls just seemed to enjoy what they were doing throughout the duration of the camp.”
“The Lady Tiger basketball team would like to thank everyone who came out to participate in our annual camp. Your support and dedication to Tiger athletics are greatly appreciated! Lastly, it was the help of the 9-11 grade basketball players that made this camp possible. Without them, the camp would not have been as successful as it was. Thank you Lady Tigers!”