Basketball clinic open to Whidbey youths

Young basketball players can learn from South Whidbey High School coaches and players at three upcoming clinics in March, April and May.

  • Tuesday, February 17, 2015 5:52pm
  • Sports

Young basketball players can learn from South Whidbey High School coaches and players at three upcoming clinics in March, April and May.

Led by Falcon head coach Michael Washington, the clinics are scheduled for March 14, April 25 and May 16 at the high school gym.

Players are asked to bring a ball, a water bottle and proper athletic attire.

The clinic is open to players from second to eighth grade and costs $20 per session or $50 for all three. Registration is due March 12.

Email any questions to Washington at mwashington@sw.wednet.edu.

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