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Northwest Notes June 15, 2010

| June 15, 2010 9:00 PM

Lady Wolves camp starts June 28

The 2010 Lady Wolves summer basketball camp held at Lake City High School June 28-July 1. The camp will be run in two sessions with incoming third, fourth and fifth graders in the morning (9 a.m.-noon) and sixth, seventh and eighth graders in the afternoon (1-4 p.m.).

The coaches and varsity players at Lake City will work together to give each player individual instruction. The camp will be a great learning experience for players of all levels.

The camp offers individual and team competitions and great prizes.Each camper will receive a camp t-shirt and a basketball.The camp is $60. There are family discounts. Please try to pre-register or sign up at the door on Monday, June 28. For more information contact Lake City head girl's basketball coach Royce Johnston at 691-3054 or

Indians welcome party is today

SPOKANE - The Spokane Indians Player Welcome Party is set for today from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. at the Max at the Mirabeau.

The event has become a favorite of Indians fans, giving them a chance to sit down and talk with the new players before the upcoming season, which begins Friday at Avista Stadium.

Guests are encouraged to ask questions, a live radio broadcast takes place on KGA 1510 with play-by-play announcer Bob Robertson, and Indians mascot OTTO will be on hand.

The Max at the Mirabeau is located at the Mirabeau Park Hotel on N. Sullivan Street in Spokane Valley.

For more information on the event, call 509-343-OTTO, or visit

Space available in Idaho hoops camps

MOSCOW - The University of Idaho's men's and women's summer youth and high school individual basketball skills camps still have open spaces available as the camps approach in the coming weeks.

The Idaho men's individual basketball camp runs June 21- 24. The women's individual camp runs June 16- 18. Both camps will be held at Memorial Gym on the Idaho campus.

The men's camp is open to boys between first and ninth grade and costs $175 for the full-day option, with a $90 half-day rate available, as well. University of Idaho faculty and staff will received a $150 rate for the camp.

Pre-registration is available online at Walk-ups are welcome, but are asked to arrive at 7:30 a.m. on Monday to complete registration before the start of the camp.

The women's camp is split into two sections, a K-6 group from 9 a.m. to noon, and a grades 7-12 group from 1 to 4 p.m. The cost for each camper is $50.

Questions about the men's camp should be directed to Chris Helbling at (208) 885-0208, while women's camp questions should be directed to Christa Sanford at (208) 885-4696.

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