Chloe Hudson learned the correct way to move her feet while playing defense, while Liberty Mahoney learned how to improve her dribbling.
They were among the 102 girls who attended the Seymour Skills and Drills basketball camp, which was conducted the past six weeks at Seymour High School.
“I used to (shoot) it differently,” Hudson, a fourth-grader, said. “And I’m playing better defense. I’ve been playing basketball for a couple years. I learned a lot at the camp.”
Mahoney, a fifth-grader, said, “I have learned about ball-handling and the proper way to shoot. I’m left-handed, and I’ve learned how to dribble with my right hand. I’m not that good, but I’ve improved.”
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