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Girls pick up skills at hoop camp

LISTEN UP — Simon Fraser University women’s basketball head coach Bruce Langford talks with girls in the Penticton Basketball Camp at Princess Margaret Secondary School Thursday. Langford and members of his team were working with 81 girls on a variety of disciplines from Monday to Thursday at Princess Margaret and Pen High.  - Mark Brett/Western News
LISTEN UP — Simon Fraser University women’s basketball head coach Bruce Langford talks with girls in the Penticton Basketball Camp at Princess Margaret Secondary School Thursday. Langford and members of his team were working with 81 girls on a variety of disciplines from Monday to Thursday at Princess Margaret and Pen High.
— image credit: Mark Brett/Western News

Simon Fraser University Clan women's basketball coach Bruce Langford and some of his current players worked with 81 girls during the Penticton Basketball Camp held at Pen High and Princess Margaret Aug.11-14. Organizer Fred Fedorak was very happy with how the camp, which was full, went over the four days.

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