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CAMP INFORMATION

 

LADY PANTHER CAMP—May 28-31, 2013

Petal High School

Grades:

 

3rd through 9th Grade

Time:

 

GIRLS CAMP — 9:00-12:00

Camp Cost:

 

GIRLS: $50 includes Camp T-shirt

Camp Staff:

 The Petal High School Basketball Camps will be directed by the Petal High School Coaching staff and the Panther & Lady Panther players.

Important Phone #:

 601-408-8434 Girls Coach, Coach H.

CAMP SUMMARY

The Petal High School Basketball Camps are designed for boys and girls in grades 3rd through 9th. Upon check-in, campers will be divided into groups based on age and skill level.

The Petal High School Basketball Camps will focus on fundamental basketball skills needed to develop each player's "total" game.

Individual drill stations, special situations, team play and competitions are all part of the camper's daily schedule. Fundamental skills taught will include: shooting, passing, ball handling, defense, boxing out and rebounding. The camp week will end with a 5-on-5 tournament to showcase each camper's skills.

Each camper should wear shorts, t-shirts and tennis shoes for daily camp activities. Campers should bring any protective gear (ankle braces, knee braces, etc.) that they require.

The Petal High School Basketball "Camp Store" is set up for campers to purchase snacks and drinks. For convenience, we offer a "camp bank" to deposit each camper's spending money. Purchases can be conveniently made. At the end of camp, the camper is returned any remaining money. Accounts may be set-up on first day of camp.

 

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