The Waverly girls’ hoops camp wrapped up on Friday.
There were championship games for each team on the final day, plus awards and then a game with the all-stars against the coaches.
In Division III the award winners were Sophia Haney of Tioga winning foul shooting and Ryleigh Judson of Waverly, Loralye Anthony of Waverly, Lilly Bond of Odessa and Nora Harris of Troy winning three-on-three.
Judson won hot shot, one-on-one, and knock out. Jaylee Ward of Canton won the hustler award and Lecksi Douglas of Waverly was most improved, while Molody Douglas of Waverly won 1/2 camp scholarship.
Judson, Haney, Alyssa Vanderpool of Sayre, Cailtyn VanNoy of Canton and Kaylee Kastenhuber of Spencer Van-Etten were the all-stars Leah Beebe of NEB was the MVP.
Makenzie Olmsted of Waverly was the best camper.
The winning team was the White Lightning of Trinity Dashler of SVE, Beebe, Payton Sutryk of Sayre, Lecksie Douglas of Waverly, Olmsted, Anthony, Alyssa May of Canton and VanNoy.
In Division I Caprice Haney of Sayre won the foul shooting and Haney, Kaela Vanderpool of Sayre; Lani Thomas of NEB and Kendall Kitchen of Canton won three-on-three.
Gabby Milazzo of Elmira Heights and Mariana Frosolone of Heights won the three-point shooting and Keyonna Grant of O-M won hot shot and one-on-one. Kimber Knecht of Canton won the hustler award and Harper Hoffman of Edison was most improved, while Liberty Hollywood of Waverly won the 1/2 camp scholarship.
Ashlyn Croft of Waverly, Alyssa Parks and Chloe Swain of Troy, Thomas and Milazzo were all-stars and Haney was MVP.
The winning team was the UNC team of Kitchen, Haney, Vanderpool, Hollywood, Lily Mesler, Kailyn Sterling, Frosolone and Milazzo.
In the WNBA division Lauryn Jones of NEB won foul shooting and Sidney Tomasso of Waverly, Megan Dewing of North Rome, Avery Priester of Athens and Autumn Garrison of O-M won three-on-three.
Gianna Picco of Waverly and Tomasso won the three-point shooting and Jones won hot shot, while Tomasso won one-on-one.
Hannah Martinez of SVE won the hustler award and and Rachel Kingsley of Troy won the most improved, while Hannah Zimmerman of Troy won the 1/2 camp scholarship.
The all-stars were Kennedy Westbrook of Athens, Tomasso, Olivia Ayres of Tioga, Olivia Nittinger of Waverly and Garrison, while Jones was MVP.
The camp defensive team included Abby Burgess of Sayre from D2 and from D1 the defensive team members were Kitchen and Addison Westbrook of Athens. From the WNBA Kayleigh Miller of Athens and Joclynn Minnier of O-M were on the defensive team.