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Total Package Hoops will host an intense shooting and ball handling clinic for boys and girls basketball players from 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. June 29 at the Bremerton High School gym.
The clinic is open to fourth- through ninth-grade players. Early registration is highly recommended.
Athletes will have the opportunity to be coached and instructed by experienced coaches and players. The coaches — Craig Murray, Megan Murray and Rick Walker — have coached at both the high school and college level. The staff consists of former NCAA Division I and Division II players.
The goal of the camp is to provide the serious athlete looking to advance their basketball skills to the next level with proper coaching and fundamental skills.
For more information, visit www.totalpackagehoops.com or leave a message at (360) 405-3437.
The Slaughter County Roller Vixens present “Carnival Of Pain.” The event is a doubleheader, featuring local teams Death Rattle Rollers and Terrormedixxx. The Death Rattle Rollers will take on the Dockyard Derby Dames, of Tacoma, and Terrormedixxx will face the Rainy City Roller Dolls of Centralia. There also will be a beer garden and DJ.
The bouts begin at 6 p.m. May 30 at Skateland, 1740 NE Fuson Road, Bremerton. Doors open at 5:30 p.m.
Tickets can be purchased online, from a derby girl or at the door: adult, $10 (prepay); adult, $12 (at door); military with ID, $8; children ages 6-12, $5; children younger than 5, free. Tickets are available at www.brownpapertickets.com. For more information about this event, visit www.slaughtercountyrollervixens.com.
KSS summer hoops camp
Klahowya Secondary School will host a summer basketball camp June 23-26 for boys and girls.
Players are not required to attend KSS to participate in the camp, as it is open to children who attend other schools.
The girls sessions are from 2 to 4 p.m. and the boys are from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. at KSS.
The camp is for players in fifth, sixth and seventh grade. Cost is $35 and covers four days of basketball as well as a T-shirt for those registered by June 2. The camp will focus on all-around basketball skills — dribbling, passing, defense, shooting and more.
For more information or a camp flyer, contact Alan Langguth, email@example.com.