WolfPack head coach to run girls' basketball camp

There is still time to register for the COVID-19 modified, five-week SWISH WolfPack Girls Academy to build basketball skills.

SWISH stands for Skills With Shooting. Middle- and high-school age girls are invited to participate from Sept. 29 to Oct. 31.

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There are three age groups, with a limit of 16 participates in each. For five weeks, players learn from TRU WolfPack women’s basketball head coach Gora Nogic, assistant coaches Cassie Rerick and Emma Piggin, and the WolfPack women’s basketball players.

Participants learn to improve their dribbling, fakes, pivoting, scoring, passing, shooting, footwork and more.

All players get a SWISH T-shirt and other surprise swag.

For more information or to register, go online to gowolfpack.ca/swish.

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