Porter’s Chapel Academy basketball players Tiara Sims, Anjel Walton and Hannah Henderson participated in the Mississippi University for Women’s basketball camp over the weekend.
At camp, they were able to advance their post moves, ball-handling skills, layups and participated in a scrimmage.
“I enjoyed it and I feel it helped our game a lot,” Henderson said. “They showed us a lot of love and they welcomed us so we balled out.”
Henderson scored 10 points and grabbed five rebounds in the camp’s scrimmage.
Walton, who averaged nine points per game last season, scored 10 points during the scrimmage with four assists.
“It was good because it allowed me to see where I am before the actual start of the season,” Walton said.
Warren County’s 2021-22 lead scorer, Sims, had the most impressive stats at the camp by dropping 17 points and four assists with five rebounds.
“It was great exposure and I got a lot of experience that I was able to show in front of the college coaches that were present,” Sims said.
Sims, Henderson and Walton will begin their senior season in November where the three-year starters are expected to lead the Lady Eagles under Head Coach Casey Fisher.
“I’m ready to play together as a team and see how far we go this year,” Sims said.
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