Rome, Ga — Shorter University hosted a two day high school team camp featuring some of the top girl squads from Georgia, Alabama, and Florida. Hypesouth Media was in attendance and here are few notes from day two.

Cartersville Lady Canes (Ga)

The intensity and competitive edge from the Lady Canes immediately caught our attention. Collectively, they moved as unit on both ends of the court and their persistent physicality disrupted opponents. Senai Camper and Kaytlin Arnold led by example and were the clear leaders of the team. Camper set the tone defensively with her on-ball pressure and was a matchup nightmare once she got going downhill offensively. Arnold, a heady south-paw floor general, picked defenses apart scoring and distributing. The junior-sophomore one-two punch impressed Shorter’s coaching staff and received official scholarship offers following camp.

Central-Macon Lady Chargers (Ga)

Despite being without team MVP and Shorter University target Taliah Grier, the Lady Chargers went 2-0 continuing their impressive June (summer) run. Alaya Grane served as the primary ball handler and scorer while Frances Anyakudo and Tayelor Davis anchored the defense. Central-Macon’s constant activity and attention to detail defensively demoralized opponents. The bulk of the personnel from last season’s 28-2 squad returns, so don’t be surprised to see Coach Williams’ crew in state title contention once again.