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Basketball Summer Camps
Summer is here and there are several opportunities for your player...
Congratulations to Our Madison Madness Winners
Last night, yet another fantastic NCAA Men's Basketball tournament...
Basketball Summer Camps

Summer is here and there are several opportunities for your player to improve his or her game!

First are the weeklong camps in support of our high school basketball booster programs. You can sign up for these through Beach and Rec. Just look for Lady Tiger's Basketball (121031) for girls or Shoreline Basketball Factory (121032) for boys. Both take place 6/24 through 6/28.

Bill Barker's Hoop Dream Camps run through July, including two weeks of girls-only camp, and you can learn more/sign up here: http://www.madisonhoopdreams.com

Coach Rich Walton is getting ready for another summer of his 3-on-3 program which involves both training and games. Check it out here https://thefundamentalman.net and don't worry when you see the "SOLD OUT." That's for his Spring program. 

Also, many of the local college coaches run camps including two boys camps, Yale's James Jones (https://www.teamjonesbasketball.com/camp-session-info), and UConn's Dan Hurley (https://www.danhurleybasketballcamp.com), and two girls camps, one at Wesleyan (https://athletics.wesleyan.edu/sports/wbkb/FBC_New_Brochure_2019.pdf) and one at Quinnipiac (contact Tricia Fabbri at (203) 582-3992).

Former Hand player, and current college player, Brendan Hughes is also available for individual training. You can reach him at 203-980-0830.

And finally, Sunday night pickup at the Surf Club will get underway after the 4th of July. Look for a communication from your coach sometime soon if your team will be getting together. You can also just swing by bteween 5:00 and 9:00 as teams often need another player or two for their run!

by posted 06/15/2019
Congratulations to Our Madison Madness Winners

Last night, yet another fantastic NCAA Men's Basketball tournament came to a close with Virginia edging out Texas Tech in overtime. One of our 8th grade girls, Olivia Schofield, won the kid's bracket. She accurately predicted 44 of the 61 games and called Virginia as the champ. Nice job, Olivia! The victor in our adult pool was Rebecca Konstantino. Rebecca was spot on with 46 of her 61 picks, including Texas Tech in the Final Four and Virginia winning it all. Nice work!!! 

Thanks to all that participated. Nothing beats Madison Madness!!!

by posted 04/09/2019
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