Ponca City, Shidler athletes participate in NOC campJuly 25, 2019 | Featured|Sports
TONKAWA — Ten Ponca City and seven Shidler athletes participated at the Northern Oklahoma College Girls’ Basketball Camp held July 7-11, for girls in grades 7-12.
Ponca City participants included Laileyana Allen, Emma Bickford, Caitlin Cooper, Naveah Heppler, Brylen Liberton, Kadence Stuart, Alyssa Sullivan, Jenna Waggoner, Caitlin Wimer, and Kendra Littlewalker,
Shidler participants include Katzy Buffalohead, Kaycee Davis, Emery Jenkins, Presley Perrier, Tatum Fogle, Jaden Mackey, and Raegan Mackey.
The following Ponca City athletes won awards: Kadence Stewart, Jenna Waggoner, Caitlin Cooper, Caitlin Wimer, Laileyana Allen, Brylen Liberton, and Naveah Heppler.
Those from Shidler who won awards are: Emery Jenkins, Raegan Mackey, Presley Perrier, and Emery Jenkins.
A total of 58 athletes from 21 communities attended the week long camp directed by Greg Krause, head coach for the Northern Lady Mavs. Campers worked on mass drills, station drills and team transition offense skills, including work on floor balance, filling lanes, court spacing, advancing the ball and shot selection. They also participated in one-on-one, two-on-two and three-on-three drills; hot shot and free throw contests; and league games.
Each girl received a certificate of participation, an evaluation of her skills from her camp coach, two camp T-shirts and a camp basketball.
Assisting at camp were Lady Mavs assistant coach Carey Phariss, former Lady Mavs Haley Curfman, Blackwell; Jocelyn Cook, formerly of Denton, Texas, now coaching at Pleasant Grove in Texarkana, Texas; Abby Webster, DCLA now playing at Friends University in Wichita, Kansas; Kylee Severin, Timberlake High School, works at Overholser Elementary in Bethany, and Kelsi Smith, assistant coach at Tonkawa High School.
Others included Jackson Jacobs, Tonkawa; current Lady Mavs Mia Brown, Mustang; and incoming Lady Mavs Kaylee Cline, Deer Creek; and Khnly Duncan, Perry.