Sandpoint High School girls basketball wraps up four-day Youth Basketball Camp

Print Article

  • (Photo courtesy of SANDPOINT GIRLS BASKETBALL) The Sandpoint girls basketball’s Youth Summer Camp takes a group photo in the Sandpoint Middle School gym on June 27. With help from current Sandpoint varsity players and coaches, athletes from Bonner and Boundary counties learned about the ins and outs of basketball throughout the four-day camp.

  • 1

    (Photo courtesy of WILL LOVE) Sandpoint High School alumna and current University of Montana women’s basketball player Madi Schoening (far right) talks to the group of Sandpoint youth basketball campers about playing basketball in high school and at the Division I level.

  • (Photo courtesy of SANDPOINT GIRLS BASKETBALL) The Sandpoint girls basketball’s Youth Summer Camp takes a group photo in the Sandpoint Middle School gym on June 27. With help from current Sandpoint varsity players and coaches, athletes from Bonner and Boundary counties learned about the ins and outs of basketball throughout the four-day camp.

  • 1

    (Photo courtesy of WILL LOVE) Sandpoint High School alumna and current University of Montana women’s basketball player Madi Schoening (far right) talks to the group of Sandpoint youth basketball campers about playing basketball in high school and at the Division I level.

The Sandpoint Girls Basketball program concluded its four-day youth camp on Thursday, which involved participants entering fourth through eighth grades from Bonner and Boundary counties learning from SHS coaches and players.

“The girls improved so much over the four days — every one of them,” Sandpoint head coach Will Love said. “But my favorite part was seeing the girls smile, laugh and have fun together throughout the 12 hours of the camp as they learned and practiced skills and concepts about this great game.”

The camp also included a visit from former SHS standout and University of Montana player Madi Schoening, who shared how she became a college player, and a talk by Darren Laiche of the Basketball School of Sandpoint on what it takes to be a successful basketball player.

Print Article

Read More Regional Sports

Junior goalkeeper Hattie Larson verbally commits to Eastern Washington women’s soccer

August 17, 2019 at 5:00 am | Bonner County Daily Bee Eastern Washington University has gained another Bulldog. Rising Sandpoint junior Hattie Larson verbally committed to play women’s soccer for Eastern Washington University, where she will not only r...

Comments

Read More

Hook a Kid on Golf raises over $3,000

August 16, 2019 at 5:00 am | Bonner County Daily Bee (Photo by DANIELLE RUHMSHOTTEL) Top three finishers of the fourth-annual Don Leen Memorial Tournament Jordan Guerico, Hunter Borges and Damian Porter pose together (from left to right) at the Elks G...

Comments

Read More

Four ways of looking at a timed mile

August 15, 2019 at 5:00 am | Bonner County Daily Bee 1. It’s just four laps on the track. It’s nothing to fret about. It happens every year. Like most cross-country coaches, Sandpoint’s Matt and Angie Brass use timed miles as a barometer of their tea...

Comments

Read More

Sandpoint Future AAU club basketball tryouts open

August 14, 2019 at 5:00 am | Bonner County Daily Bee The Sandpoint Future AAU club basketball team, the only AAU team this side of Coeur d’Alene, will hold its tryouts on Sunday, Aug. 25 and Sunday, Sept. 15 at Sandpoint High School. All players from g...

Comments

Read More

Contact Us

(208) 263-9534
PO Box 159
Sandpoint, ID 83864

©2019 Bonner County Daily Bee Terms of Use Privacy Policy
X