Basketball camps are a fun and unique way for basketball players to enhance their basketball skill set and learn new techniques and strategies. I remember how much fun I had at summer basketball camp when I was a kid. These camps tailor to all ages and proficiency levels.

Participating in basketball camps offers players an enjoyable experience while exposing them to diverse coaching approaches and providing stimulating challenges. It allows them to acquire a versatile skill set and offers opportunities to compete against and connect with fellow players.

Whether an athlete needs to work on group skills or requires more individualized attention for their training, basketball camps are able to improve their game and build them as a basketball player.


The Hi-Line Hoop Camp, overseen by Bill Dreikosen, Head Men's Basketball Coach at Rocky Mountain College in Billings, unfolds across multiple locations in Montana during May and June.

Registration is open for the upcoming Hi-Line Hoop Camps:

  • Saco Camp: May 28-29
  • Sidney Camp: May 30-31
  • Plentywood Camp: June 6-7

These camps are welcoming Girls and Boys from Grades 1 to 12, with a fee of $85. Session times are 9:00 AM to 11:30 AM for Grades 1-5 and 1:00 PM to 4:00 PM for Grades 6-12.

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Jenna Bolstad partners with Coach Bill Dreikosen as a coach at Hi-Line Hoop Camp. Coach Bolstad has led the Miles Community College women's basketball team since 2022. Before joining MCC, she served as assistant coach for three seasons at Montana Tech and four seasons at Williston State College. Raised in Culbertson, Montana, she attended school on the Hi-Line.

For further details, reach out to Bill Dreikosen at 406-860-3133 or email him at

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