Ravens Girls Basketball Camp to be held Aug. 19-23 at Canyon Crest Academy

Ravens Girls Basketball will hold Ravens Girls Basketball Camp Aug. 19-23 at Canyon Crest Academy, the largest all girls basketball camp in San Diego. Campers of all ages and skill levels are welcome for a week full of fun and friendship while learning and improving one’s skills in the game of basketball.

The camp is run by CCA Ravens Girls Basketball Head Coach Mike Ramel, his coaching staff, and CCA Varsity players both past and present.

The camp will cover the fundamentals of shooting, passing, dribbling, rebounding, pivoting, and man-to-man defense. There will also be portions of team offense and defense stressed daily. Individual instruction will be organized by each campers skill, size, age as much as possible. Register online at www.ccaravensbasketball.com (click on Basketball Camp).  For more information:  845-649-4193 or email coachramel@ccaravensbasketball.com.

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