Youth basketball camp is scheduled

MIDDLEBURY — The annual Middlebury Mayhem AAU team’s youth basketball skills camp will be held at the Middlebury town gymnasium from July 23 to 27.
Sessions for boys and girls from grades 3 through 6 will be held from 10 a.m. to noon each day, and for athletes from grades 7 through 10 the program will run from 1 to 4 p.m.
The cost for younger participants is $110, and for older campers $135.
According to organizer Randy Stockwell, Middlebury College men’s basket player Perry DeLorenzo and Panther coaches Jeff Brown and KJ Krasco will each help out at least one session, while Middlebury College track and field coach Martin Beatty will also help athletes with their running and jumping skills on Wednesday.
Others scheduled to offer instruction include Vergennes Union High School girls’ basketball coach Billy Waller and former local high school standouts Cameron Perta and Cody Pomainville.
According to the Middlebury Parks and Recreation Department, the camp will focus on perfecting basic fundamental skills and give players tools to be successful in the sport.
As well as playing games on Friday, athletes will participate in three-point shooting and free throw competitions. All campers will be provided T-shirts.
Those interested in learning more or registering may contact Dustin Hunt 802-458-8014 or [email protected].

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