Girls’ basketball league forming
Kahle Community Center is attempting to start a girls’ basketball league for third through eighth-graders this season.
Girls will have the option of playing in this league or the regular Youth Basketball League.
The league will run November through March. Divisions being offered are the following: third and fourth grades, games on Tuesday nights, $65 registration fee; fifth and sixth grades, games on Thursday nights and possibily Monday night; $75 registration fee; and seventh and eighth grades, games on Wednesday nights and possibily Monday nights, $75 registration fee.
Registration runs until Sept. 23 for third- through sixth-grade players, while seventh- and eighth-grade players have until Oct. 23.
For more information, please contact KCC at (775) 586-7271.
Shot Doctor to hold clinics for local hoopsters
Discover the shooting and scoring secrets of Michael Jordan, Kobe Bryant, Carmello Anthony, Ray Allen and LeBron James at the Secret of the Pros Shooting Clinic on Oct. 4 at South Tahoe High School.
Paul “The Shot Doctor” Hoover will oversee the clinic’s two sessions. Youths in the fourth through eighth grades will meet from 1-4 p.m. A high school clinic will follow from 5-8 p.m.
The cost is $45 per participant.
Hoover, who has worked with hundreds of NBA, WNBA and collegiate players, promises that his shooting clinic will deliver improvement in scoring and shooting percentages. Hoover even offers a money-back guarantee for the clinic.
Players can expect to improve their field goal shooting up to 20 percent, their free throw shooting up to 30 percent and their average scoring per game by 5-10 points.
For more information, phone Joby Cefalu at (530) 308-4458. Space is limited so send in your $45 registration fee to Cefalu at P.O. Box 17028, South Lake Tahoe, Calif., 96150. Please list theplayer’s name, grade, their parent(s), phone number and e-mail address.
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