Central basketball camp coming in July


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Surry Central AD and head boys’ coach Myles Wilmoth speaks to campers at the 2016 Eagles’ Nest basketball camp last July. The event returns this year on July 10-13 and registration is under way.


John Cate | The News

DOBSON — The basketball programs at Surry Central High School are hosting the annual Eagles’ Nest summer basketball camp for 2017 early next month.

All boys and girls from rising third-graders up to ninth-graders are welcome to participate in the camp, which will take place from July 10 through 13 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. daily at Surry Central High School. The gym will open at 8 p.m., with drills and exercises to start an hour later. On Thursday, July 13, there will be an awards ceremony for the top performers at the camp.

Camp instructors include current and former players and coaches at Surry Central High School and Central Middle School. Both the boys’ and girls’ programs and involved in the annual event. Basketball fundamentals are covered, along with individual drills for the players to do at home, and games and competition during the camp.

The cost of the four-day camp is $110, and includes a camp t-shirt. Pizza, Gatorade, water and other concessions will be available throughout each day of the camp.

Registration forms are available at SCHS, or by contacting head coach Myles Wilmoth at wilmothmy@surry.k12.nc.us or head coach Mandy Holt at holtm@surry.k12.nc.us. Call the school at (336) 386-8842 and leave a message if no one answers.

Surry Central AD and head boys’ coach Myles Wilmoth speaks to campers at the 2016 Eagles’ Nest basketball camp last July. The event returns this year on July 10-13 and registration is under way.
http://www.mtairynews.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/06/web1_IMGP0597a.jpgSurry Central AD and head boys’ coach Myles Wilmoth speaks to campers at the 2016 Eagles’ Nest basketball camp last July. The event returns this year on July 10-13 and registration is under way. John Cate | The News

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