Windhoek – The Deutsche Höhere Privatschule (DHPS) and the Basketball Artists School (BAS) Foundation completed their first joint basketball camp from 29 April until 1 May at DHPS.
50 people including several junior coaches took part at the 3-day camp that included dribbling, passing, shooting, layups, conditioning, games and contests.
Trophies were given to Damian Schreiber who received the “Kristin Eichholz MVP 2017” (Most Valuable Player) award, Julian Horenburg (Most Improved Boy) Aayah Elshewikhy (Most Improved Girl) and Zunaid Benjamin (Best Shooter). DHPS Principal Kristin Eichholz, who personally took part at the camp as a coach, was very pleased with the progress of the participants:
“This was the first time our players had three consecutive days of intensive basketball practice and you could really see which positive impact it had on their skills development”. Camp Director Ramah Mumba from BAS said:
“The camp was a huge success and we are sure that next time we will have at least double the number of participants, as the word of mouth will spread how much fun this camp was for everybody. We would like to thank DHPS Principal Kristin Eichholz and OTB Sport for making this possible.”