We enjoyed our second Monday of camp today, July 26th. Fully into the swing of things by now, campers know what to expect from their daily schedules. The major sessions are particularly focused on consistency, and building off of the skills and work habits instilled during week one.
Basketball major continued with the individual skill work that comprised much of week one, including ball-handling and footwork. To end, there were some live action situations, including 3v3 and 5v5 half-court. Hockey major also kept things competitive and instructional, with edge work in the morning, but competitions in the afternoon such as shooting games. Soccer majors focused on live situations too, such as 3v2s and how to play through-balls, before ending with a scrimmage. On the diamond, baseball majors competed in the gauntlet, composed of different fielding stations, before ending with some hitting. Lastly, lacrosse majors focused on individual skill work with mini-competitions.
After a lunch of quesadillas and rest hour, campers once again headed back out for their minors. Intense games and individual competitions were held across sports like basketball and flag football. For choose-up, campers’ options were slightly more structured. A basketball clinic went on in the gym, the weight room was open to work out in, and the pro division continued their singles tennis tournament. All in all, a super active day at BSC!