Tifton Gazette


May 24, 2014

Hoops Phi Junior Camp returning

TIFTON — The Hoops Phi Junior All-American Camp is coming back to Tift County High. The event, which will run in two sessions, will be the third annual.

Session 1 is a father and son camp on May 31 and June 20 and session 2 is a camp for players in Pre-K through 8th grades on July 11-12. The cost is $40 for the first session and $25 for second, or $50 for both. Over 85 kids participated in the 2013 camp and it has grown every year. Camp payments in form of checks or money orders should be sent to Mens Basketball Tipoff Club.

Players will be divided into groups based on skill levels.  Campers will learn individual and team skills as well as learn how to improve their own abilities through workouts and will be told how to become better players. The coaching staff will consist of Tift County High coaches, as well as local college and high school coaches.

Campers should arrive no later than 8:45 a.m. and camp ends at noon. Players need to picked up no later than 12:30 p.m. Registrants will receive a free camp T-shirt and there will be a meal.

For more information, contact Dr. Eric Holland at 229-942-6439 or visit www.tiftcountybasketball.com.

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