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Haase camps have space

Staff reports

If you missed the mail-in registration for the Jerod Haase Basketball Camps earlier this summer, there are several opportunities to register in person later this week.

Parents can sign up their children for one of three camps Thursday or Friday from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. in front of South Tahoe Middle School.

There is limited space for the two-day camp for students entering the sixth, seventh and eighth grades. That camp will run from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday and Sunday in STMS’s main gym. The cost is $100.

However, there is ample room to register children for the one-day camps for boys and girls entering the third, fourth and fifth grades. The boys’ camp is from 8-11:30 a.m. and the girls’ camp is from 1-4:30 p.m. in STMS’s Multipurpose Room. The cost is $50.

If parents can’t make either one of the registration slots, they will be allowed to register their children prior to the camps on Saturday.

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All proceeds from the camps will go toward South Tahoe Middle School athletics, which are being significantly funded by public contributions this year.

Haase is a former all-state basketball player from South Tahoe High who went on to play at California for one season before transferring to Kansas, where he capped his collegiate career with three memorable seasons. The North Carolina assistant coach will direct the camps and other coaches will donate their time.

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Bruso (0-4) gave up a seventh run in the second inning but settled down to blank Lancaster in the third through the sixth innings.

High Desert scored four ruins in the fifth inning to pull within 7-5 and tied the score with single runs in the sixth and eighth. Lancaster, however, pulled out an 8-7 victory by pushing across a run in the 10th.

Bruso struck out five and walked three.