Day 2 of the Lebanon Team Camp was a hit. Competition was fierce as teams battled it out one possession at a time. Coaches were excited to see their team make hustle plays, execute play calls, and knock down clutch…
Day 2 of the Lebanon Team Camp was a hit. Competition was fierce as teams battled it out one possession at a time. Coaches were excited to see their team make hustle plays, execute play calls, and knock down clutch shots. It was good to hear the sneakers screech the floor, as girls played lockdown defense. True athleticism was on tap for such a successful day in Lebanon, TN.
As more teams were added to the fold, Monday provided an exciting day of hoops. Teams that normally wouldn’t battle it out on the hardwood, were matched up to compete against one another. Day 2 of the Lebanon High Team Camp was a good one for all those who participated and attended. Here are some standouts from Day 2 from Lebanon.
Madison Lewis, the 5’9 PG from Columbia Academy, took advantage of a beautiful hot day in Lebanon. She picked up where she left off, scoring buckets from multiple levels on the court. Unleashing counter moves, she was able to get to the rack, attacking the defense every time down the court. She led the Lady Bulldogs in scoring as she was launching them from deep.
Kyra Warren, the 5’10 athletic wing from Warren Co., continues an impressive June after collecting an offer from UT Southern. She was slashing through defenses getting to the rim. Using her length to her advantage, Kyra was getting deflecting that led to steals and blocked a few shots along the way. Very impressed by her body of work these last couple of weeks.
from Goodpasture had a solid day. The 5’10 wing hit some clutch shots for her Lady Cougars. Shot a few from beyond the arc, as well as finishing around the rim. Was very vocal on the defensive end. Used her foot speed to help aid in traps and created chaos against opponents.
, the rising senior PG for Lebanon continues to be that spark plug for her squad. From knocking down clutch 3s to making timely assists, she is really a true floor general and plays a huge part in the Lady Devilettes attack. She knows when to push the issue or when to set up and run a play. Has a great feel for the game to go along with her impressive basketball IQ.
Beech High had a great day on the hardwood. Their squad played great team basketball. They already look poised to make a big run just like they did last year. They had two youngsters that stood out early on. Macey Blazek, the rising 5’10 post player, was huge on the inside. Finishing in the paint using great footwork, contributing on the boards on both ends. Lillie Johanning, the 5’6 rising sophomore was nice from beyond the arc. Those two look to contribute to a very talented Beech squad who is looking to make another deep run in the tournament.