Journal-Times (Grayson, KY)

Local Sports

August 7, 2013

WCHS girls host basketball camp

Aug. 7, 2013 — West Carter girls basketball coach Bart Stevens recently held a camp at West Carter Middle School. Winners included:

Pre-kindergarten, Mason Nichols; kindergarten, Drew Epling, Jordan Richmond, Tabor Tackett, Canaan Arrowood, Nathan Webb, Kamryn Fleming, Griffin Rayburn;

First grade, Tre' Douglas, Kale Back; Second grade, Corey Hedge, Dylan Butler, Andrew Tomolonis, Zion Scott, MaKenna Nicholas, Gabe Everman, Izack Everman, Tatum Fleming, Gatlin Griffith, Eli Griffith, Bricen Conn;

Third grade, Garrett Belcher, A.J. Butler, Lucas Rayburn, Camryn Burton, Harley Richards, Baylee Craig, Sam Boggs, Talon Rayburn, Taylor Callahan, Sam Dehart;

Hot shot winners kindergarten, Nathan Webb; first grade, Tre' Douglas; second grade, Gatlin Griffith; third grade, Baylee Craig

Free throw winners kindergarten, Nathan Webb; first grade, Tre' Douglas; second grade, Zion Scott; third grade, Sam Boggs

5-on-5 winners kindergarten and first grade, Kale Back, Nathan Webb, Griffin Rayburn, Drew Epling, Canaan Arrowood; second grade, Gatlin Griffith, Andrew Tomolonis, Izack Everman, Dylan Butler, Corey Hedge; third grade, Garrett Belcher, Lucas Rayburn, Talon Rayburn, Baylee Craig, Sam Dehart

Camper of the Week kindergarten, Kamryn Fleming; first grade, Kale Back; second grade, Eli Griffith; third grade, Camryn Burton

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