Brownstown program uses week to get sharp


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Zach Spicer, The Tribune/ Halle Hehman goes up for a layup as assistant coach George Wooten looks on during Tuesday's session of Brownstown Central girls basketball camp.


Zach Spicer, The Tribune/ Kylee Wischmeier focuses on catching the ball during a passing drill at Tuesday's session of Brownstown Central girls basketball camp.


BROWNSTOWN

By the time basketball season rolls around, Heidi Booher, Payton Farmer and Tayler Garland will be good to go.

For the past two weeks, those three girls along with others who are going into Grades 6-9 in the fall attended the Brownstown Central girls basketball camp. It gave them a chance to sharpen their fundamentals.

“We’ve been getting into our positions, like if you’re a post player or wing, and we’ve been working on that,” Booher said. “It’s better to work on what you’re best at. I feel like if (the coaches) split you up, you are getting more focused on what you’re good at than what you’re not.”

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