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Hernando High School hosts basketball camp

Camp counselor Irene Hoffman, 16, right, a member of the Junior Varsity Girls basketball team gives free throw pointers to Omarion Harrison, 9, during the Leopards Basketball Camp afternoon session at Hernando High School in Brooksville on Monday, June 23, 2014.  The 4th Annual Leopards Basketball Camp which runs through June 26th is one of three camps held at Hernando High School throughout the summer. "It's about getting the kids out here, having some fun and teaching the game of basketball." said Kevin Bittinger, Hernando High School Athletic Director. Starting on June 30th through July 2nd will begin the last session of the Leopards All-Sports Camp for boys and girls ages 6-13. Also the Leopard Pride Volleyball Camp for girls entering 6th, 7th and 8th grade are hosting a 4-day sessions on August  11th through the 13th. For more information on camp registration contact Kevin Bittinger at 352-678-0759 or bittenger_k@hcsb.k12.fl.us or Coach Bailey at 352-232-4495 or Bailey_R@hcsb.k12.fl.us

OCTAVIO JONES | Times

Camp counselor Irene Hoffman, 16, right, a member of the Junior Varsity Girls basketball team gives free throw pointers to Omarion Harrison, 9, during the Leopards Basketball Camp afternoon session at Hernando High School in Brooksville on Monday, June 23, 2014. The 4th Annual Leopards Basketball Camp which runs through June 26th is one of three camps held at Hernando High School throughout the summer. "It's about getting the kids out here, having some fun and teaching the game of basketball." said Kevin Bittinger, Hernando High School Athletic Director. Starting on June 30th through July 2nd will begin the last session of the Leopards All-Sports Camp for boys and girls ages 6-13. Also the Leopard Pride Volleyball Camp for girls entering 6th, 7th and 8th grade are hosting a 4-day sessions on August 11th through the 13th. For more information on camp registration contact Kevin Bittinger at 352-678-0759 or bittenger_k@hcsb.k12.fl.us or Coach Bailey at 352-232-4495 or Bailey_R@hcsb.k12.fl.us

OCTAVIO JONES | Times

Counselor Irene Hoffman, 16, right, a member of the Hernando High School junior varsity girls basketball team, gives free-throw pointers to Omarion Harrison, 9, during the fourth annual Leopards Basketball Camp afternoon session Monday at Hernando High in Brooksville. The camp, which runs through Thursday, is one of three camps at Hernando High throughout the summer. "It's about getting the kids out here, having some fun and teaching the game of basketball," said athletic director Kevin Bittinger. The last session of the Leopards All-Sports Camp for boys and girls ages 6-13 will run Monday through July 2. Also, the Leopard Pride Volleyball Camp for girls entering sixth-, seventh- and eighth-grade will host sessions Aug. 11-13. For more information on camp registration, contact Bittinger at (352) 678-0759 or bittenger_k@hcsb.k12.fl.us or coach Bailey at (352) 232-4495 or Bailey_R@hcsb.k12.fl.us

Hernando High School hosts basketball camp 06/23/14 [Last modified: Monday, June 23, 2014 10:23pm]
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