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UMHB to host summer boy's basketball camp

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UMHB TO HOST SUMMER BOY'S BASKETBALL CAMP

 Belton, TX—The University of Mary Hardin-Baylor will host a summer boy's basketball camp for children entering grades 3rd and up this summer. UMHB head men's basketball coach Ken DeWeese and UMHB assistant coach Zane Johnston will conduct the camp. A staff of area high school coaches and current UMHB collegiate players will assist Coach DeWeese. Ken DeWeese has compiled a 691-230 won-lost record as a collegiate head coach and has guided the Cru to the postseason in 14 of his 15 seasons at UMHB. Coach Zane Johnston just completed his first season as assistant coach at UMHB and was also a four-year letterman and graduate assistant coach for the Cru.

The Cru Boy's Basketball Camp will emphasize fundamental offensive skills like shooting, passing, dribbling, individual offensive moves and reading defenses. There will also be instruction relating to defensive and rebounding techniques. The camp will also offer separate instructional sessions for 3rd through 7th grades and 8th through 12th grades.

The cost of the camp is $100 per student. All of the camp sessions will be held at the Mayborn Campus Center on the UMHB campus. For more information you can visit the official web site of the Cru boy's basketball camp at www.umhbbasketballcamp.com.

 The boy's basketball camp schedule is listed below.

 

Age Group                 Dates                                       Times                                      Cost

Grades 3-7                  June 10-13                               9:00 AM – 12:00 PM              $100

Grades 8-12                June 10-13                               1:30 PM – 4:30 PM                 $100

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