Registration for the Lady Hoya Spring Basketball Clinics is now open!! Register using this link:
PLEASE READ ENTIRE DESCRIPTION BEFORE REGISTERING!!!
What: Lady Hoya Fall 2018 Basketball Clinic for girls in grades 1st-8th. The first hour of clinics will teach the fundamentals of basketball through the use of stations. The second hour will consist of scrimmaging. Groups are divided based on talent and age.
When: Every Monday and Wednesday from 6pm to 8 pm at Harrison High School.
Option 1: $225 total for all 18 sessions.
Option 2: $150 for one day a week. Use the promo code HALFTIME for this option.
Option 3: $150 for only the first hour on both days. This option works well for those 1-2 grade players who go to bed earlier or can’t stay focused for two hours. Use the promo code HALFTIME for this option.
There is a $25 discount for each additional sibling (after the first registration). Use promo code HOYAFAMILY on the second player.
This is an 18- session clinic being held on Monday and/or Wednesday nights from 6-8 PM, March 12th thru May 16th *No clinics on 4/2 or 4/4 due to Spring Break. It’s a great opportunity for girls to learn the fundamentals of basketball and develop game skills. Participants are welcome from all schools/regions. No previous basketball knowledge or experience required although it is helpful. Participants will be broken up into smaller groups for training purposes. Limited number of spots available. The clinics are led by Head Coach Steve Lenahan and current high school players.. If you have questions or need additional information, call 770-853-9251 or email Coach Lenahan at email@example.com.
- Harrison has one of the best teams in the country and one of the best in the State of Georgia the past several years.
- Last year’s graduating class had players who have signed scholarships to play at Rice University and Young Harris University, and one from this year’s class has already committed to play at UAB.
- The varsity team was ranked #1 in the state of Georgia in 6AAAAAA.
- Coach Lenahan has been coaching and playing basketball for over 30 years, and has led the Harrison program to the Elite Eight, Sweet Sixteen, and State Finals over his past several years at Harrison.