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Heritage hoops holds youth camp

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The White House Heritage basketball camp was hosted by the girls and boys basketball teams along with girls coach Clay Head.
The first two days of the camp were focused mostly on fundamentals and individual growth, while the last day was more of a wrap-up with some fun mixed in.
White House Heritage held their annual youth basketball camp last week.
Each day of the camp started with stretching and full court drills to get loose, followed by stations at each basket and games that helped with furthering skills.
The camp included children in grades 3-7.

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WHITE HOUSE - White House Heritage High School held their annual youth basketball camp for children in grades 3-7 May 30 to June 1 at the school.

The camp was hosted by the Heritage High School girls and boys varsity and junior varsity teams.

"It's good to get exposure for our program and our school," Heritage girls coach Clay Head said. "Hopefully it inspires kids to want to play basketball and see that it's fun."

Each day started with stretching and full court drills to get loose, followed by stations at each basket and games that helped with furthering skills.

The first two days of the camp were focused mostly on fundamentals and individual growth, while the last day was more of a wrap-up with some fun mixed in. Some of the Heritage boys basketball players even led the campers in the cha-cha slide.

"The last day is a little bit more laid back than the first two days," Head said. "We try to have some fun and leave a good positive taste as they leave."

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