• Rick Capone, Sports Editor

2016 Lady Yellow Jacket summer basketball camp

Woodford County High School girls’ basketball head coach Jay Lucas and his team hosted the 34th annual Lady Jacket girls’ summer basketball camp, which was held in The Hive, Monday through Thursday, June 6 to 9. During the four days, 24 campers received individual instruction from Lucas and 18 WCHS players in all phases of the game with careful attention to developing fundamental skills in passing, dribbling, shooting, rebounding, catching, and footwork. All of the campers seemed to have a fun time every day, as shown in the photos below.

The 2016 Lady Jacket girls’ summer basketball camp, which was held in The Hive, Monday through Thursday, June 6 to 9, was a great success. Shown are camp attendees, Woodford County High School girls' basketball head coach Jay Lucas and his players posing for a group photo in their camp t-shirts at the end of the day’s activities on Thursday. There were 24 campers and 19 camp workers, which included many of the WCHS girls’ basketball team members, at the camp during the week. (Photo by Rick Capone)

Miriam Hickey is shown blocking out Olivia Jackson during a drill at the 2016 Lady Jacket girls' basketball camp. (Photo by Rick Capone)

Kyleigh Fortney relaxing between drills while talking to some of her new friends during the 2016 Lady Jacket girls' basketball camp. (Photo by Rick Capone)

Makenzie Karo goes for a layup during a drill at the 2016 Lady Jacket girls' basketball camp. (Photo by Rick Capone)

Sophie Lester practices her free-throw technique during the 2016 Lady Jacket girls' basketball camp. (Photo by Rick Capone). (Photos by Rick Capone)

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