June 19th Through June 22nd
Photo Page and Report
|Photos Courtesy Of Mr. Joe Koehling and Dave Schabell
|Coach Mike Code Greeted A Record 202
Campers To The
"2006 Youth Basketball Academy"
The Mustangs Players and Staff did a great job
of mixing fun with fundamentals.
We dodged the rain bullet and coped with hot
muggy weather throughout the week
but the campers didn't seem to mind, enjoying
each others company while learning and playing
some early-summer hoops
|Free Throw Champs
|Three on Three Champs
|Hot Shot Champs
|9th-Craig Todd, 8th-Corey Hartig, 7th-Corey Kramer, 6th-Garrett Geiman,
5th-Jacob Jennings, 4th-Andrew Sticklen, 3rd-Garren Bertsch
|3rd Grade - John Ridder
|5th Grade - Conner Hanneken
|4th Grade - Gabe Roberts
|8th Grade - Corey Hartig
|7th Grade - Logan Kramer
|6th Grade - Ben Uebel
|9th Grade - Craig Todd
|Free Throw Competition Notables
In Third Grade Competition John Ridder and Jacob
Hatch Tied with 33/40 each - Ridder won in a playoff.
On Monday, Sixth Grader Ben Uebel ran the table hitting
on a perfect 10 of 10. Uebel finished the week hitting
33 of 40.
On Tuesday, Fourth Graders Andrew Sticklen and Clay
Kramer were not to be outdone maxing out that day's
competition by hitting on 10 of 10.
Craig Todd hit on 19 of 20 shots to win the
9th Grade Competition
|3 on 3 Champs
Team Of Logan Schultz, Jake Mefford,
and Justin Schultz
Team Of Justin Kramer, Colton Cryer, Clay Kramer,
and Ryan Pangburn
Team Of Nick Johnson, Nate Verst,
and Zach Schneider
Team Of Justin Walerius, Robby Barnett,
and Ben Uebel
Team Of Logan Kramer, Brian Neltner,
and Ian Neises
Team Of David Schneider, Dylan Dierig,
and Michael Zilliox
Team Of Ben Kroger, Steve Popovich, and Allen Kramer
|1 on 1 Champs
|Congratulations To 1 on 1 Champs
9th - Jordan Armstrong
8th - John Schack
7th - Zach Fardo
One on One was an optional competition category offered to the upperclass groups
|Blue Chip Rock The House Night
3-Point Shootout and Slam-Dunk Competition
Regretfully, the string of eight Blue Chip "Rock The House Night" 3-Point Shootout and
Slam Dunk Competitions has come to an end.
While popular with our fans, it was becoming increasingly difficult to receive
commitments and obtain quality representation from athletes from other schools due to
their participation in team camps during our camp week.
Last year we tried moving the event back to after the dead period, but ran into football
conflicts and limited participation from targeted athletes.
We thank Mr. Ken Sanker, who formerly owned Blue Chip Manufacturing Company who
served as our sponsor for the entire eight year run.
The Northern Kentucky Coaches Association has proposed conducting a similar event in
the future in conjunction with the senior all-star games.