The Iowa Force is presenting an opportunity for girls in 8th through 12th on Saturday June 24th. We will be holding a Basketball and Sports Performance Camp. It starts at 9 and goes until 12. The camp is limited to 60 athletes so register as soon as possible. This camp presents an opportunity to learn drills that will be able to improve their training regime. Types of drills include ball handling, footwork, and a variety of shooting drills.
Players will be responsible to bring a basketball, pencil and notebook, and water bottle as well as a hard working attitude. The camp will be held at the Iowa Center for Higher Education 2280 Bell Avenue Des Moines, Iowa. The camp will be led by Iowa Force Owner/Coach Ja’Nae` Mosley as well as Maka Stewart a athletic trainer for Physiotherapy Associates specializing in sports performance enhancement and preventative training. She has experience with training athletes of all ages and skill levels. Together we hope to bring a fun learning experience for everyone involved regardless of skill level.
The camp will cost $60 dollars per player. The Skills Academy will provide campers a great experience and help get them out of their comfort zones while working on improving themselves as basketball players and all around athletes.
For more camp information click the link below.
BALTIMORE, MD – The Baltimore Cougar Legends Women’s Basketball Team have begun their first season with a 2-0 start.
The ladies of the Baltimore Cougar Legends won their first game 61-59 against the DMV Bucks and 64-76 against the Maryland Queens. The ladies were set to play at Home against the Long Island Wave but that game will be rescheduled for a later date.
“Our community was not expecting such a level of competitiveness.” Says team owner Tamara Moore, “The people of our community are now fans of this game, fans that love this game. The acknowledgment of talent that these women get they’ve earned and deserve. Their talent is a quiet storm!”
You can catch the Baltimore Cougar Legends play their first away games in Virginia and New York as they take on the Lady Warriors June 11 and Long Island Wave June 25.
The Baltimore Cougar Legends are the Women’s Blue Chip Basketball League’s first Maryland Team catering to the collegiate level athlete, up to former WNBA and other professional players in hopes to expand their IQ not only in the game but sports and business management as well. For schedule, roster and additional information please visit bmorecl.com or mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org
The Georgia Soul sprinted to a double digit first quarter lead and was never challenged on the way to a 100-71 win over the Beaufort Bisons Saturday at Laney High School. Breonna O'Conner scored 20 points, Rashay Rawls netted 19, Khadijiah Cave added 14 and Lacoya Terry chipped in 13.
The Soul improved to 3-0 for the season ahead of next weekend's pair of home games, Saturday (3:00 P.M.) against the Winston Salem Warcats, and Sunday against the Georgia Stampede (4:00 P.M.).
The win over the Bison was a homecoming for Cave, who played in her first professional game after recently graduating from Baylor University, where she played for four seasons after starring at Laney during her high school days.
The Georgia Soul also Debut their very own Georgia Soul Dazzlers Dance Team.
Check out YouTube link to highlights: https://youtu.be/4J6y11j6uOI
The Georgia Soul’s schedule and information about the team and its mission can be found at http://www.georgiasoulbasketball.com/
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-Chad Cook- Writer
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