E Sports Basketball Camps and Clinics are designed to improve campers basic basketball skills and help them improve their overall game. Through specific drills and skills work campers improve everything from their ball handling to their shot and passing game. They take those skills and then learn to implement them into real-time game play. There are different levels of camps and clinics offered throughout the year so whether you are a first time player or a Varsity athlete looking to refine your skills the excellent coaching staff at E Sports will help you walk away feeling like you have accomplished your goals.

Spring Basketball Camps

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Summer Basketball Camps & Clinics

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  • Futures Basketball Advanced Offensive Skills and Shooting Camp

    Grades 5–9
    Coach Greg Eubanks and the Ensworth Varsity Basketball staff will lead this camp, which focuses on advanced offensive skills (passing an cutting, using screens, feeding the post) and form shooting (bank shots, free throws, power moves, layups).

    : Greg Eubanks
    Dates: Week 0 (May 28–31)
    All Day: 9:00am–4:00pm
    Cost: $300
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  • Basketball Fundamentals Camp

    Grades K–4
    Coach Greg Eubanks and the Ensworth Varsity Basketball staff will lead and instruct the Fundamentals Camp, which will teach younger kids and kids new to basketball the basic fundamentals of shooting, dribbling, passing, and proper offensive and defensive footwork.  While learning these important fundamentals, camp participants will engage in competition and games reinforcing learned techniques from earlier in the camp session. 

    Greg Eubanks
    Dates: Week 2 (June 10–14)  
    Morning:  9:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m.    
    Cost:  $150 week
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  • Basketball Skill Development Camp

    Grades 5-9
    Coach Greg Eubanks and the Ensworth Varsity Basketball staff will lead and instruct the Skill Development Camp, which facilitates players’ mastery of basic skills while learning more advanced techniques as well. In particular, the camp focuses on form shooting, creating shots, ball handling, attacking the basket, passing, anticipation, as well as court awareness and spacing. 

    Greg Eubanks
    Dates: Week 1 (June 3–7)
    Morning:  9:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m.    
    Cost:  $150/ week
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  • Basketball Give & Go Camp*

    Grades K–4 Boys
    Campers will enjoy a fun-filled week of books and basketball at the Lower/Middle School Campus! Participants will be placed in small groups and rotated through literacy activities that will focus on the foundations of becoming an avid, life-long reader. After a healthy snack, campers will then partake in a series of competitive basketball drills, games, and conditioning stations that are sure to enhance their overall basketball skills.

    Maurice Hopkins
    Dates: Week 3 (June 17–21)          
    *Location: LS/MS Campus
    Morning:  8:30am - 11:30am   
    Cost:  $150, campers will need to bring a sack lunch; snack is provided
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Questions? Need Help Registering?

Chris Bradley
Director of E Sports Camps & Clinics
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  • Mary Taylor Cowles

    Mary Taylor Cowles joined Ensworth in 2015 as the Head Girls' High School Basketball Coach. She also serves as Assistant Athletic Director. She attended Western Kentucky University where she played college basketball for 4 years. After graduating college, Mary taught in the public school system at the secondary level for 2 years before returning to 'the Hill' (Western Kentucky University) to join the women's basketball coaching staff. She served as the Recruiting Coordinator from 1994-1997, Associate Head Coach from 1997-2001 and Head Coach from 2002-2012. During her head coaching tenure, Cowles was named Coach of the Year 3 times, served terms on the NCAA Kodak All-American Selection Committee, served as the Sun Belt Conference Captain, and served on the NCAA Division 1 Legislative and Issues Committee. Under the direction of Coach Cowles, the Ensworth Girls' Basketball program won the State Championship in 2017 and 2019.