Former UNC basketball player Dante Calabria will lead a Score Basketball clinic July 23-24 at Northwood High School.
on July 23 and 24 sponsored by the NHSBFAA. This clinic will be conducted by former University of North Carolina National Champion Dante Calabria. Dante Calabria played for seasons under Dean Smith at the University of North Carolina and was a member of the 1993 National Championship team. He was statistically one of the best 3-point shooters during his time in the ACC.
Calabria went on to play overseas for a number of years and returned to a coaching career in the United States.
Organized by the Northwood High School Boosters, Friends and Alumni Association, the July clinic costs $115. (Siblings of a registrant receive a $20 discount.)
To register, see is http://bit.ly/29hjqzl
Other camps this month at Northwood include:
Soccer: July 11-15, from 6 to 8 p.m. each evening. It’s for kids heading into grades 1-8.
Volleyball: July 25-27, from 9 a.m. to noon, for girls rising to grades 5-12.
Cheerleading: July 26-28, from 6 to 8 pm each night, at Brier Chapel Park, located at 1015 Andrew Store Rd.
For more information about any of these camps, see http://www.nhsbfaa.org/.
Freedman, McPeak compete in Coastal Plains Junior
Cardinal Gibbons’ Hailey Freedman, of Chapel Hill, finished third and Carrboro High’s Meghan McPeak was fifth in the TYGA’s Costal Plains Junior Amateur at Bradford Creek.
Freedman carded a two-day total of 160, while McPeak finished with a 164 total. Amy Wooten of Clinton, the only girls’ golfer to record an under-par round, had a 146 total to win the 15-18 division.
Joey Funderburg of Wilmington shot a red-hot, 10-under-par 134 to win the boys’ 15-18 by four strokes.
Full slate of auto races planned Saturday at OCS
Auto racing is scheduled to return Saturday to the Orange County Speedway with “Kids Bike Night,” when youngsters can ride their bicycles around the three-eighths mile track before the start of the night’s program.
Racing begins at 7 p.m.
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