Mac Attack Basketball Camps draw many participants

Junior Mac Attack participants.  Mac Attack Award Winners (Grades 6-9): From left, Sean Smith (defense), Paul Swanson (playmaker), Parker Sandquist (hustle), Nate Larson (most improved). Not pictured are Micah Ladd (most valuable player) and Kobe Karels (rookie of the year). Mac Attack Award Winners (Grades 3-5): Front: Eddie Lundeen (rookie of the year), Ethan Bergloff (most valuable player), Tanner Jones (defense). Back: Gabe Nelson (playmaker), Sam Gusk (most improved), Elias Dee (hustle).
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Mac Attack Award Winners (Grades 6-9): From left, Sean Smith (defense), Paul Swanson (playmaker), Parker Sandquist (hustle), Nate Larson (most improved). Not pictured are Micah Ladd (most valuable player) and Kobe Karels (rookie of the year).

This past month, there was another great turnout of young players who attended the 28th annual Mac Attack and sixth annual Junior Mac Attack Basketball Camps.

Approximately 115 players took part in these camps that were held the weeks of July 10 and July 17.

The two summer basketball camps were directed by Cambridge-Isanti Head Boys Basketball Coach, Mike McDonald, and assisted by his brother, Tom (Head Coach at Ely High School), his son, Kyle (former Bluejacket star and UW-Eau Claire college player), former player, Ray Abraham, plus other current Bluejacket players.

During the camps, players worked to develop their basketball skills by participating in drills, competitive contests, plus half court and full court games.