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For The Love of the Game

Here in North Carolina, we're proud of our "B's"—barbeque and basketball. That's why it's an honor to send two lucky athletes to top-tier basketball camps, year after year.

Sharing the love of basketball with children in our communities through the Touchstone Energy Sports Camp Scholarship Program is more than tradition; it’s an opportunity to impart the value of teamwork and cooperation in an enriching environment.

This year’s winners were selected by a panel of judges based on an application that included the students’ academic achievements, extracurricular activities, an essay and a short-answer question. After careful review and exciting camps in Raleigh and Chapel Hill, it is our pleasure to introduce you to our MVPs, the 2018 scholarship recipients.


A rising sixth grader at E. Lawson Brown Middle School in Thomasville, NC, Nicole attended the Wolfpack Women’s Basketball Camp at NC State University. She has played basketball and softball since kindergarten, and is active in the children’s programs at Rich Fork Baptist Church as well as many extracurricular activities at Pilot Elementary School. Go Pack!


A rising seventh grader at Bailey Middle School in Cornelius, NC, Brackton attended the Roy Williams Carolina Basketball Camp at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. He currently plays basketball for the Huntersville Youth Athletic Association, travel baseball for the Copperheads and runs cross country for Bailey Middle School in Cornelius, North Carolina. Go Heels!

The all-expense paid scholarships, sponsored by North Carolina’s 26 Touchstone Energy cooperatives, provide funding for more than 50 middle school students from across North Carolina to attend basketball camp. This is the fourteenth year the cooperatives have awarded young women scholarships to attend the Wolfpack Women’s Basketball Camp and the twelfth year the co-ops have sent young men to the Roy Williams Carolina Basketball Camp.

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