Clinic for basketball hopefuls announced

Starting this Thursday March 17 and each week for the next two months, Edward Milne Community School’s junior and senior boys basketball coaching staff will hold an “open gym” from 8-9:30 p.m. for any boys wanting to take part in spring mini-camps. This is an opportunity for boys who haven’t played before to try the sport and see if they like it. 

This could also suit those who may have had conflicting sport schedules when school season is in play. The mini camps will include 30 per cent skill development and 70 per cent scrimmage play. We would really like to get the Grade 7s and 8s from Journey Middle School, they are especially welcome for the FREE sessions.

If you have any questions you can contact Trevor Bligh at theblighs@gmail.com.

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