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August 6, 2019
We are proud to host our 4th year of Strive Basketball Camp!

Strive Basketball Camp (Co-Ed/Guys & Girls)
The camp consists of 4 training sessions with drills to improve
shooting, handles, and court IQ plus competitive games!
August 6 to 9, Deer Lake School
1-4 pm: Grades 5-8
6-9 pm: Grades 9-12
Cost: $80
Head Coach: Brittany Dobbin
Coach Brittany is originally from Winnipeg, Manitoba but now
resides in Surrey, BC. She played 5 seasons for the Burman University women's
basketball team where she won two silver banners. She was awarded Most Improved
Player in her rookie season in 2012/13, Top Offensive Player and ACAL All-Star
in 2014/15, and Top Offensive Player in her last season in 2016/17. Brittany moved
to BC last year as she now plays for the Douglas College Royals. She
currently coaches the G2 Athletics U17 Girls Club team and is also a basketball
referee.
Head Coach: Carey McNorton Jr.
Coach Carey is an experienced basketball player and coach from Dallas,
Texas. He played on the Burman University men's basketball team for 5 seasons
where he was an ACAL Champion in 2015 and was awarded MVP in 2017.
As a coach, Carey led the Burton Academy Junior Varsity and Varsity
teams in the 2011/12 season and has been the head coach of Team Elite from 2009
to present day. He currently coaches the Burman University men's basketball
team who just won the PAC Championship in the 2018/19 season. This is Carey's
4th year with Strive Basketball Camp and we are pleased to have his knowledge
and expertise help young players looking to improve for next season.
What to bring:
Basketball
Indoor basketball/running shoes
Appropriate gym clothing
Water bottle

Payment due on the first day of camp, Tuesday, August 6.
Please email brittanydobbin@gmail.com to
register or if you have questions.



We look forward to training with you!
November 10, 2019
Remembrance Day observed - no school today.
February 28, 2020
Students wear pink or an anti-bullying t-shirt today, to recognize the importance of a bully-free community.