Youth hoop camp offered in Middlebury

MIDDLEBURY — The Middlebury Mayhem AAU basketball club will from July 18 through 22 offer its annual Basketball Skills camp for youths entering grades 3 through 9.
The camp will feature many guest coaches, including Middlebury College men’s basketball coach Jeff Brown and Panther player Matt St. Amour; former Middlebury Union High School JV and college basketball coach Gene Delorenzo and his son Perry DeLorenzo, a Panther recruit; MUHS Coach Kyle Lussier and former Tiger players, including Brendan and Bryce Burrell; former Vergennes standout and current middle school and AAU coach Josh Carter; and Panther track coach Martin Beatty.
Sessions will be held at the new Middlebury Recreation Center on Creek Road. For grades 3 through 6, sessions will run from 10 a.m. until noon and cost $100.
For grades 7 through 9, sessions will run 1 to 4 p.m. and cost $125.
Players will receive T-Shirts, and all proceeds will support the Mayhem program and equipment for other local basketball programs. Organizer Randy Stockwell said the Mayhem club has, among other things, purchased sneakers for disadvantaged youths, given money to the MUHS program, bought new rims for the East Middlebury court, and purchased about $3,000 of equipment for the municipal gym.
Those interested in registering or learning more may contact Dustin Hunt at the Middlebury Parks and Recreation Department at 388-8100, extension 216, or at [email protected].

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