Berryville students get awards at basketball camp

Tuesday, June 12, 2018
Two kids play a game of one-on-one at last week's Berryville basketball camp.
Tavi Ellis / Carroll County News

The Berryville basketball team held its annual pee-wee camp at Bobcat Arena and several athletes came away as winners.

Third grade boys: Carson Compton won the hot shot competition, free throw competition and was the 1-on-1 champion. Mason Holmes won the obstacle course challenge and Eli Roy was the outstanding camper.

Third grade girls: Emily Parton was the free throw champion and the 1-on-1 champion. Bella Saver was the hot shot champion. Alyssa Solorzano won the obstacle course challenge and was the outstanding camper.

Fourth grade boys: Bryce Smith was the hot shot champion and the 1-on-1 champion. Chase Rushing was the free throw champion. Craig Thomas Hicks won the obstacle course challenge and Carter Wolfinbarger was the outstanding camper.

Fourth grade girls: Brianna Crawford was the free throw champion and Jacee Hoskins won the obstacle course challenge. Kinly Smith won the hot shot competition, 1-on-1 competition and was the outstanding camper.

Fifth grade boys: Peyton Smith was the free throw champion, 1-on-1 champion and he also won the obstacle course challenge. Jacob Pierce was the hot shot champion and Kevin Arrizon was the outstanding camper.

Fifth grade girls: Ella Summers was the hot shot champion and the 1-on-1 champion. Paige Thurman won the obstacle course challenge and Carley Ward was the free throw champion. Codi Bohannan was the outstanding camper.

Sixth grade boys: Grant Parton was the free throw champion and Layton Glisson was the hot shot champion. Jaxon Hatfield was the 1-on-1 champion and Devin Alvarez won the obstacle course challenge. Alik Gray was the outstanding camper.

Sixth grade girls: Bailey Skelten was the free throw champion, Mattie Fultz was the hot shot champion and Hailey McCarty won the obstacle course challenge. Taeler Tomlinson was the 1-on-1 champion and was the outstanding camper.

Seventh grade boys: Lucas Pierce was the free throw champion. Ashton Blok was the hot shot champion, 1-on-1 champion and he also won the obstacle course challenge. Drew Dean was the outstanding camper.

Seventh grade girls: Lakkyn Flores was the free throw champion and Mallory Whitson was the hot shot champion. Maci Roy was the 1-on-1 champion and she also won the obstacle course challenge. Dakota Tresler was the outstanding camper.

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