Basketball try-out camp goes this weekend

Grand Forks Secondary (GFSS) is hosting a try-out camp for Under 15 girls (grade 9 and younger) on Saturday, April 5.

  • Mar. 31, 2014 10:00 a.m.

Spring/regional basketball is a great way to improve skills and have fun.

Grand Forks Secondary (GFSS) is hosting a try-out camp for Under 15 girls (grade 9 and younger) on Saturday, April 5 from 10 a.m. until 5 p.m.The cost to try-out is $55 per player plus $15 for a Basketball B.C. membership. Registration includes t-shirt, socks, insurance and a written evaluation.The camp will feature individual skill development as well as scrimmage games.From the camp, 10 players will be chosen for a regional team which will practice together and then travel to Langley on May long weekend (May 16-18) for the provincial tournament.For more information contact Craig at 250-304-4649 or email

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