The annual RPM basketball camp took over the Battle Mountain High School gym last week under the direction of Paul Tremayne, Michael Anderson and Randy Havens.
The RPM Basketball Camp provides instruction to 4-12 grade boys and girls teaching them the fundamentals of basketball. The goal is to develop the skills necessary to be successful high school players.
Tremayne is the girls basketball coach at Battle Mountain, Anderson is the athletic director at Wooster High School in Reno and Havems is a coach in Colfax, Calif.
Every camper received a personal workout book from RPM which contained many motivational stories as well as a personal evaluation from the coaches.
Specific details about the skills of dribbling, shooting and passing were also included in the book, as was a calendar/chart designed to make it easy for the kids to keep track of their progress after the camp ended.
There are five categories that the coaches address in the workout book, their strengths and weaknesses, and what they can work on over the summer.