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Girls basketball clinic to be held

Signups are being accepted for a girls basketball clinic which will be held Dec. 7 at Kahle Community Center.

The clinic will be taught by coach Walter Morris and will include skills and drills, confidence building and a scrimmage.

Morris taught basketball at two Universities and has also played NCAA Division III basketball. He runs the Lake Tahoe Community College physical education department, where he teaches exercise science, sports nutrition and sports including basketball. He holds a Ph.D. in physical education and a master’s degree in exercise science.



The clinic will be held from 4-6 p.m. and costs $20 per person. Attendees are asked to bring a water bottle and basketball and wear gym clothes.

To reserve a spot, email assistant coach Tracy Owen Chapman at tracyowenchapman@gmail.com with the name and age of the player, skill level and contact information. To prepay, mail a $20 check payable to: TOC Business Marketing Solutions, PO Box 18868, South Lake Tahoe, CA 96151. Scholarships are also available.


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