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2020 Touchstone Energy Sports Camps

Each year, one girl and one boy are selected to attend basketball camp at two prestigious North Carolina college campuses. The all-expenses-paid scholarships, sponsored by North Carolina’s 26 Touchstone Energy cooperatives, provided funding for more than 50 middle-school students across the state. Young women can apply to attend the Wolfpack Basketball Camp at North Carolina State University, and young men can apply to the Roy Williams Carolina Basketball Camp at the University of North Carolina.


  • Students must be enrolled in fifth through seventh grade at any qualifying North Carolina school.
  • Applicants’ schools must be located within EnergyUnited’s service area.
  • We will be accepting sports camp applications January 1 – March 31, 2020. Camps are held in June each year.


  • Roy Williams Carolina Basketball Camp is set for June 20-24, 2020
  • Wolfpack Women’s Basketball Camp will be held June 21-24, 2020


  • Original and accurately written essay: 50% criteria
  • Scholastic and extracurricular activities: 40% criteria
  • Short-answer question: 10% criteria


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2019 Winners!

Two local students earned all-expenses-paid Touchstone Energy Sports Camp Scholarships from EnergyUnited to attend summer basketball camps at two of the state’s largest college campuses.

2019 recipients of the Touchstone Energy Sports Camp
Scholarship: Ivey Morrison & Hayden Michalak

Ivey Morrison, a fifth-grader at East Iredell Elementary School, represented EnergyUnited this past June at the 2019 Wolfpack Women’s Basketball Camp at NC State University. Ivey, who is the daughter of Ashley Morrison, enjoys playing basketball, participating in gymnastics and dancing.

Hayden Michalak, a seventh-grader at Union Grove Christian School in Lexington, NC, attended the Roy Williams Carolina Basketball Camp in June at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Hayden, the son of Patricia and Eddie Michalak, enjoys playing basketball and soccer, and participating in youth activities at church.

“EnergyUnited is pleased to give these outstanding students the opportunity to experience life on a college campus and learn from college coaches and student-athletes,” said Maureen Moore, communications manager at EnergyUnited. “These camps teach valuable lessons that students can apply in their lives both on and off the court.”

Ivey and Hayden 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.

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