Session Two continued with another packed day on Tuesday. It was our first normally scheduled day of the session, with campers attending all five of their periods and choose-up in the afternoon.
After a classic breakfast of eggs and potatoes, campers headed to their majors for the second time. Over at the outdoor basketball courts, our hoopers continued their individual skill work, emphasizing footwork and ball security, before ending with some live 3-on-3 competitions. Our hockey majors got on the ice for the first time on Tuesday, with some intense edge work that got the boys sweating. Over on the fields, baseball majors continued their run/stretch/throw program before diving into some infield and outfield work, as they look to start working on hitting later this week. On the turf, soccer and lacrosse majors followed similar schedules, with our soccer players going through individual skill-work like their first touches and dribbling. Lacrosse majors worked on stickhandling and passing as well.
In the afternoon, we dove headfirst into all our minors for the first time at BSC. Everything from the ever-popular waterfront periods, like wakeboarding and waterskiing, to archery, was open. Flag football minors featured some intense competitions under the hot sun, and our golfing periods featured campers at the local driving range to hit balls off the tee. In the evening, campers were free to explore the campus within their age groups, either playing on the fields or putting in work in the weight room. The Wolverine’s Den was also open, where campers ate a nighttime snack while watching the beginning of the Bucks’ Finals-clinching victory. Overall, your typical, jam-packed day at BSC!