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NV’s 20th camp draws 55 players

Published: Monday, July 15, 2013 1:56 a.m. CDT • Updated: Tuesday, July 16, 2013 3:07 a.m. CDT
(Contributed photo by JANE WOODSIDE)
Several Creston youths were among the participants at the Nodaway Valley boys basketball camp last week. Shown on the final day of the camp are, front row from left, Ethan Blomme, Avery Phillippi, Cash Emgarten, Caleb Gettler, Bryce Berlau, Kaden Herr, McCoy Haines, Dawson Nelson, Jacob Mangels, Doug Berg and Carter Holder. Second row, Carl Bicada, Brandon Wyatt, Nathan Russell, Matthew Weber, Freddie Duncan, Camden Reynolds, Isaac Jacobson, Evan Bruce, Luke Latham, Colby Burg and Alex Jones. Third row, Clay Hohertz, Toby Bower, Brance Baker, Brodie Wallace, Josh Baudler, Austin Lundy, Bradley Hebard, Garrison Frese, Gavin Gillam, Eli Loudon, Kylan Smallwood and Kendall Crawford. Fourth row, Braydon Holder, Spencer Lane, Cael Kralik, Cole Shike, Brycen Wallace, Spencer Lamb, Evan Jacobson, Cole Higgins and Dalton Bierle. Fifth row, David Schweitzer, Nathan Venteicher, dallas Kreager, Nathan Maynes, Jackson Lamb, Noah Cooper, Cody Wagner, Tucker Flynn, Jaden Driskell, Mitchel Schaefer, Gabe Holder, Joel Blazek, Kenneth Blazek, Dustin Finck, Aryll Shantz and coach Darrell Burmeister. Sixth row, Ryan Jensen, Wes Davis, Tanner Armstrong, Trevor Jameson, Daniel Ehrsam, Mason Clarke, Colton Graham, Nathan Andrews, Alex Welsch, James Larsen, Caleb Mueller, Zach Plymesser, Tyler Raasch, Brad Baudler and Delson Grantham. Not pictured, Colby Harris and T.J. Bower.

GREENFIELD — A total of 55 youths from eight communities participated in the 20th annual Nodaway Valley boys basketball camp last week.

Camp director Darrell Burmeister, head NV boys basketball coach, was assisted by former NV player and current Clarke head coach James Larson, along with 15 present and past NV players throughout the week.

Following are the award winners in three age divisions:

NCAA grades 2-4

Free throws — 1. Bryce Berlau; 2. Matthew Weber.

Hot shot — 1. Matthew Weber; 2. Cash Emgarten.

One-on-one — 1. Matthew Weber; 2. Cash Emgarten.

Three-on-three — 1. Amherst College (Mass.) The Singing College or Lord Jeffs (7-0): Caleb Gettler, Bryce Berlau, Doug Berg, Matthew Weber.

Five-on-five — 1. UNI Panthers (6-1): Caleb Gettler, McCoy Haines, Kaden Herr, Brandon Wyatt and Matthew Weber.

Mr. Hustle — Carter Holder.

Mr. Defense — Caleb Gettler.

Mr. Playmaker — Cash Emgarten.

Most Improved — Jacob Mangels.

NCAA grades 5-6

Free throws — 1. Clay Hohertz; 2. Luke Latham.

Hot shot — 1. Clay Hohertz; 2. Eli Loudon.

One-on-one — 1. Brance Baker; 2. Eli Loudon.

Three-on-three — St. Mary’s College of California Gaels (8-1): Brance Baker, Dylan Simpson, Eli Loudon, Gavin Gillam, Evan Bruce.

Five-on-five — Michigan Wolverines (5-1): Garrison Frese, Carl Bicada, Alex Jones, Eli Loudon, Luke Latham, Clay Hohertz.

Mr. Hustle — Luke Latham.

Mr. Defense — Brance Baker.

Mr. Playmaker — Eli Loudon.

Most improved — Garrison Frese.

NBA grades 7-8

Free throws — 1. Spencer Lamb; 2. Cole Higgins.

Hot shot — 1. Evan Jacobson; 2. Spencer Lamb.

One-on-one — 1. Tucker Flynn; 2. Kylan Smallwood.

Three-on-three — 1. Charlotte Bobcats (8-1): Joel Blazek, Kylan Smallwood, Tucker Flynn, Dalton Bierle, Jayden Driskell.

Five-on-five — 1. San Antonio Spurs (5-1): Gabe Holder, Kylan Smallwood, Cole Shike, Cody Wagner, Brycen Wallace, Jayden Driskell.

Mr. Hustle — Cody Wagner.

Mr. Defense — Spencer Lamb.

Mr. Playmaker — Evan Jacobson.

Most Improved — Dustin Finck.

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