Youth in Montana recently had a chance to test their basketball skills with Elks Hoop Shoot contests, and select boys and girls basketball competitions including the Wayne Estes Basketball Tournament this past weekend. When grade schoolers and teens are interested in improving their skills on the court, the old adage, "practice makes perfect" stands true. Even when basketball season comes to a close, players who envision becoming better at the game, are usually anxious to invest time throughout the year to reach their potential and achieve their goals. (continued...)
The sports and fitness organization, Inspire Academy, is the next avenue local youth basketball players can take to improve their skills or just get started! Coming up April 15th and 16th, the "Academy" will host their first youth basketball camp at Butte's West Elementary Gymnasium (800 S Emmett Avenue). Luckily for participants, former Montana Tech All-Conference football player Dion Williams Jr. will bring his agility and conditioning expertise to the camp. Working to also teach and encourage players at the Inspire Academy Youth Basketball Camp, will be Brian Smyth, head coach of Butte's Net Rippers (2023 Estes Tourney winners in their division), and Derrius Collins, coach of Rocky Mountain Elite and a former Oredigger stand out in basketball. For more information or to register visit Inspire Academy on Instagram and Facebook. You can also call (707) 628-3147 or email InspireAcademey4ever@gmail.com. Inspire Academy is excited and set to take camp registrations up to the start of the event. Camp schedule/hours are as follows: Saturday & Sunday (April 15th & 16th), boys - 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. and girls 12:30 p.m. to 2:30 p.m.  

 

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