Today was the second full day of camp and the majors are in full swing. We had a bit of rainy weather in the morning but this only impacted us for thirty minutes. After lunch the clouds broke and the sun was shining in Maine. In basketball the majors focused strictly on ball handling, passing and defense. The hockey majors did edge work and ran some speed skating drills. Out on the baseball diamond players worked on passing and agility. The day consisted of fundamentals in all of our majors and minors as we get the campers prepared to work on more advanced skills. In the afternoon a professional pickle ball coach visited Bridgton to teach our rookie campers the ins and outs of the sport. Pro and Senior divisions joined the demonstration following dinner. With counselors stationed around the campus we opened the fields gym and Wolverine Den for free time for the last hour of the day. The rain was a minor setback and will bring us a week of cooler temperatures and sunny skies. Tomorrow BSL begins and the campers couldn’t be more excited.