“Kennison does all the little things that don’t show up in stats: diving for loose balls, setting screens, etc…. she will be a big impact for us this season.” – Head Coach Toby Bean
VYPE: What does your team and teammates mean to you?
Camp: When I think of my team and teammates I think of a family. No matter what happens, I know that my team has my back on and off the court. When I am struggling with something mentally or physically, my teammates are always there to support and encourage me. In any competitive sport, there is always going to be competition and a fight to be the best and become a starter, but it means more to me that my team is willing to lay that all aside to make our team better and to come together as a team and a family. I think the world of my teammates and I am so grateful to be so close with my team and have a great relationship with them.
VYPE: What does it mean to be the unsung hero of the team? How do you define that term?
Camp: To me, the unsung hero is someone who does what needs to be done, not because it brings them glory or recognition, but because it helps others. For my team, this means I try to recognize ways that I can make my team better. If that means going 100 percent in a practice, I go 100 percent in practice. If that means going up for a rebound even when I am tired, I go for the rebound. If it even means being the last one to leave practice or get to the bus because I am collecting everyone’s uniforms, I do that. I try to do things in a way that does not benefit myself, but it benefits my team. I practice and play hard, because I know that it can help my teammates give their all as well. Because, in the end, it is not about myself it is about my team.
VYPE: What grade are you in and what are your plans after you graduate?
Camp: I am currently a sophomore. After I graduate from Broken Bow, I plan to go to college and get a degree in Sports Medicine.