Ben Hudson wanted to get his son, Will, involved in a sport, and he chose basketball.
“He’s in kindergarten, and it’s his first time doing something organized,” Hudson said. “It’s just nice to get them out in this type of climate in sports. I think the earlier they can start learning the basics right and getting used to what they are teaching here (the better off the kids will be).”
Christina Westfall also chose basketball for her son, Payton Hale.
“We’re new to the town, so I was trying to get him into a sport so he can meet new people,” Westfall said. “I don’t want him to go down the wrong path, and sports keep you going the right way.”
Hudson and Westfall thought the Seymour boys basketball program’s parent/son clinic was a good place to start.
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