Matthew Pennington - 35 & passed pro marksman.
Maddox Brown - 31.
Lane Allen - 32.
Rylan Wingo - pro marksman.
Johnson Yarbrough - 31 & passed pro marksman.
David Giordano - 38 & 35.
Will Scholl - 30.
Chad Bonner - 39 & 34.
Drew Whitfield - 31.
Collin Webb - 34.
Matthew Rainer - 36.
Bibb Albright - passed sharpshooter & 36.
Corbin Beal - 31.
Ethan Eastman - 42 & 38.
Joe Brown - 35, 35, & 33.
John Stephens - 30 & 33.
Riley Lange - 40.
Evan Schulhofer - 32.
Tilghman Tate - 38.
Andrew Bernston - 31 (sitting) & 43.
Carter Stremmel - 30 & 33.
Caroline Dawson passed first class wake-boarding.
Mallory Shaver passed third class skiing.
Allie Wibberley was a first time skier.
Lilly Hooks passed third class skiing.
Kate Broutin was a first time skier.
Ashlee Dunsmore passed third class kneeboarding.
Rachel Gann passed third class wake-boarding.
Gigi Maniscalco passed third class kneeboarding.
Liza Flink was a first time skier.
Katie Overholtz passed third class kneeboarding.
Ashley Stratman was a first time skier.
Lulu Gribbin passed third class skiing.
Blythe Jacobs was a first time skier.
Rachel Bethke passed expert kneeboarding.
Autumn Zwilling was a first time skier.
Sophie Broutin passed second class skiing.
Hollis Tate was a first time skier.
Meg Schoen passed third class skiing.
Sarah Neal DePiano passed third class kneeboarding.
This morning we woke up and had Camp Mac Breakfast (Bacon, scrambled eggs, cheese grits, and biscuits), fresh fruit, juice, milk, and assorted cereals. For lunch, we had Taco Salad, PB&J, a salad bar, and chocolate chip cookies for dessert. For dinner, we had Salisbury steak, mashed potatoes, gravy, fried okra, and yeast rolls. We had ice cream for dessert.
Chad Bonner caught two fish.
George Newman caught one fish.
Mallory Shaver caught one fish.
Johnson Yarborough passed third class.
Tripp Cranford passed third & second class.
Maddox Brown passed third & second class.
Gabe Brunson passed third & second class.
James Hutchens passed third class.
Drew Whitfield passed third class.
Matthew Pennington passed third & second class.
Sebelle Cagle passed third class.
Ashley Ames Macrory passed third class.
Isabelle Foshee passed third class.
Katie Dyess passed second class.
Emma Lou Giordano passed third class.
Izzy Boehm passed third & second class.
Katie Overholtz passed third class.
Caroline Snyder passed third class.
Virginia Otto passed third class.
Izzy Charlton passed third class.
Francie Pilleteri passed third class.
Today on the glistening plastic of Court 1, Bank’s Sisters flexed on Anna’s Banana Peels until they were rotten in an intense and immense game of volleyball. For the Bananas, Morgan Dunaway played stellar, and Lucy Evans played as swell as an aged Banks Walston himself.
Today on Court 2, FB’s Mini-Me’s solved Emma’s Dilemmas in a nail-biting game of volleyball. From the Mini-Me’s, Ana Warner played like a young Clay Morris, and Miller Simon played for the Dilemmas like she was a olympic volleyball player.
On the first patch of grass, Branham’s Beasts out-kicked Megan’s Mega Monkeys in a riveting game of kickball. Harper Maher played fantastically for the Beasts, and Meg Schoen represented the Monkeys with great class and athleticism.
Today on the field far far away, the Aba-Daba-Dudes dabbed on the Ben & Jerry’s. From the Aba-Daba-Dudes, Frances Hodges scored a home-run and played deliciously. From the Ben & Jerry’s, Elizabeth Faulkner played like a young Trey Oakley.
Today in the covered wooden court, G-Cott’s T-Tots played Roma’s Rockstars like a guitar. From the Rockstars, Ashley Stratman played like a member of Nickelback, and Claire Pollitt played terrifically for the Tots.
While the girls were playing League Games, the boys had Cabin Time!
B-5 went to the Blob.
B-4 went to the Wet Willie.
B-3 & B-2 played Human Foosball.
Chinnabee went to the Iceberg.
B-0 had Rappelling.
Tonight, our speaker was Nathan Denson, and our choir was G-4.
The Seniors had Rec Hall!
The Junior boys went to the pool for swim-meet tryouts, and the junior girls went down to the courts.
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