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Iowa Mennonite School Gives Camp Awards

Posted: Sunday, August 5th, 2018 at 7:00 am
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The Iowa Mennonite School boys basketball program hosted their annual camp last week at Hillcrest Union in Kalona.

Daily competitions were held during camp with winners across several grade levels. In the one on one competition the 10th grade winner was John Hughes, ninth grade Kasen Bailey, eighth grade Alex Bean, seventh grade Carter Jones, sixth grade Landry Gingerich and fifth grade Rowan Miller. In the H-O-R-S-E contest champs were London Schrock in 10th grade, Kasen Bailey in ninth grade, Drew Horack in eighth grade, Raymond Nugent in seventh grade, Blake Swart sixth grade and Henry Ingersoll fifth grade. In the free throw contest winners included London Schrock in 10th grade, Chandler Hershberger in ninth grade, Holden Amaman in eighth grade, Jack Kahle in seventh, Dirk Rothe in sixth and Henry Ingersoll in fifth and in the spot shooting contest winners included Jamison Stutzman in 10th grade, Kasen Bailey in ninth, Alex Bean in eighth, Roman Roth in seventh, Liam Schrock in sixth and Rowan Miller in fifth. Other camp awards included best defender won by London Schrock in 10th grade, Noah Miller in ninth, Luke Schrock in eighth, Carter Jones in seventh, Blake Swart in sixth and Griffin Caskey in fifth. Mr. Hustle winners included Will Kolck in 10th grade, Travis Leyden in ninth, Cameron Vongpanya in eighth, Allen Miller in seventh, Mason Bender sixth and Charlie Ingersoll fifth. The camp’s best rebound winners were Aaron Hershberger in 10th grade, Justice Jones in ninth, Aden Six in eighth, Braden Plotz in seventh, Landry Gingerich in sixth and Ethan Headings in fifth. Outstanding camper was awarded to John Hughes in 10th grade, Will Cavanagh in ninth, Simeon Reichenbach in eighth, Mason James in seventh, Liam Schrock in sixth and Henry Ingersoll in fifth. The Mr. Fundamental award went to Jamison Stutzman in 10th grade, Kasen Bailey in ninth, Alex Bean in eighth, Reese Oswald in seventh, Seth Ours in sixth and Rowen Miller in fifth.