It was an uplifting and successful three days for the Waldron Bulldog basketball program as they hosted their 5th Annual Futures Camp. The goal of the camp was to have each camper leave with a positive basketball experience. By the end of the camp, the Bulldogs had achieved that goal tenfold.
In attendance this year were 32 enthusiastic 4-7 graders which was double from what they had on the roster last year. During the course of the camp, the players were taught the fundamentals of passing, shooting, dribbling, and defense through fun and structured instruction.
Sr High boys’ basketball coach, Joshua Brown, expressed his thoughts on the Futures Camp. “Getting to work with our youth is the best thing about camp. We got to see where they were skill wise and was able to work on some of the basics of basketball for a few days. Every kid competed and worked hard. Getting our Sr High guys involved and giving back to the youth is awesome. The younger kids want to be where they are and be like them so them getting to be the role model was great to see.”