Junior Mustang Boys Basketball Camps set for summer

  • Tuesday, May 21, 2019 2:54pm
  • Sports

Junior Mustang Boys Basketball Camps will tip off this June and July at Redmond High.

First up will be a camp from 9 a.m. to noon on June 24-27. Next camp will be from 9 a.m. to noon on July 22-24. Camps are for players in grades 3-8 (2019/2020 school year).

Join RHS varsity coach Todd Rubin and RHS varsity players as they host the camp, which will feature instruction on basketball fundamentals such as shooting, passing, dribbling, rebounding and defending as well as team play. There will be individual and team competitions and prizes. All players will go home with a camp T-shirt.

Players should bring basketball shoes, water bottle and snacks.

Cost for the first camp is $165 early registration before June 9; $190 after June 9. There is a $25.00 family discount for each additional child.

Fee for the second camp is $125. Only $100 for returning June campers. Signup for camp two will be available in June.

Campers can register at www.redmondboysbasketball.com.

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