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Hampton hoop camps set for summer

| Thursday, June 7, 2018

The Hampton Basketball camps directed by varsity coach Joe Lafko will begin June 25 and carry through July 12. All sessions will be at Hampton High School.

The boys and girls shooting camp is scheduled with two options: June 26-28 or July 2, 5 and 6 at a cost of $45 per session. It is for players entering grades six through 10.

The June sessions will run from 1 to 3 p.m., and the July sessions from 9 to 11 a.m. This camp will focus on shooting form and techniques and feature awards and competitions.

A skills camp for boys entering grades four through nine will be June 25-29 from 9 a.m. to noon. The cost is $80.

An introduction camp will be held for boys and girls on July 9-12 at a cost of $55. This camp is for players going into grades one through three and runs from 9-11 a.m. The camp will use 8-foot hoops and emphasize fundamentals.

For details, contact Lafko at 412-486-6000 ext. 1033 or 724-316-7104. Check online at ht-sd.org and Hampton Basketball home page or send checks payable to Hampton Boys Basketball Boosters to Basketball Camp, 3112 Mohawk Dr., Gibsonia, PA, 15044.

Also, the Summer Slam 3 on 3 Basketball League will start the week of June 18 and run through late July. There will be nine boys divisions — third through 10th grade will have their own division, and 11th- and 12th-graders will have a combined division. Cost is $60 for the first child in the family, $55 for each additional sibling that participates.

Registration deadline is June 15. Directors of the league are Lafko, Joe Lagnese, Don Colton and Matt Mignogna.

For more information about Summer Slam 3 on 3, including format, schedule, rules and registration visit https://sites.google.com/view/summerslambasketball3on3/home?authuser=0.

All Summer Slam directors can be reached via email at summerslambasketball3on3@gmail.com.

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