WAYNE – A traveling camp that is visiting a handful of states this year will be in a northeast Nebraska community.
The Mid-States Shooting and Scoring School will be at Wayne High School from Monday, June 14 – Tuesday, June 15.
Both girls and boys from third grade through high school are invited to attend as campers will be divided into age and skill appropriate groups.
Those who attend will be able to self-analyze and correct their shot with the specialty skill instruction being shooting and scoring. There’ll also be a follow-up opportunity to have your shot video-analyzed three times per year as more information will be provided at the camp.
Items you’ll need to bring include a basketball, water bottle or drink, a spiral notebook with a pen or pencil and if you would like your shot recorded, a cell phone to record your shot (not-required).
Elementary grades between 3rd – 7th will take part in the camp from 9 a.m. until noon each day while grades 8th – 12th will be from noon until 3 p.m.
Cost for an individual is $60 with a family rate of $40 for each additional family member. Checks should be made payable to Mid-States Shooting/Scoring School.
Register online at sewardbasketballinstruction.com/register. More information can be found under the ‘Events’ tab of the ‘Community’ drop-down at waynedailynews.com.