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Knight coming to Tahoe

College basketball’s season just concluded, but it’s far from over for Lake Tahoe fans.

Bobby “The General” Knight, Denny Crum and Steve Lavin are some of the coaches who are scheduled to appear at the South Lake Tahoe Converse Basketball Clinic April 25-26 in the Horizon Casino Resort Showroom.

Knight, who has directed the Indiana Hoosiers to three national championships, will appear during the 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. session Friday, April 25.

On Saturday, April 26, Louisville coach Crum, who has piloted the Cardinals to two national titles, will headline a collection of speakers. That clinic will run from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.

In addition, UCLA rookie coach Lavin will give an on-the-court clinic from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. April 26 at Whittell High School.

The cost of the clinic is $55 if preregistered or $65 at the door.

For more information, phone South Tahoe High coach Tom Orlich at 541-4111.

South Tahoe High is looking for an assistant coach for its boys basketball team.

Potential candidates should see Viking coach Tom Orlich at STHS or give him a call at 541-4111.

“We’re always looking for more help,” Orlich said.

Lake Tahoe Community College is looking for competitive female volleyball players for its spring quarter class.

Anyone interested in some good competition and conditioning for a summer shape-up should enroll. The class, which meets Tuesday and Wednesday nights from 6 to 7:50 at the South Tahoe High School gym, is open to high school students and older. Enroll today in PE 132A1: Off-Season Training for Women’s Intercollegiate Volleyball, as classes have already begun. For details, call 541-4660.

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