Basketball camps are a fun and unique way for basketball players to enhance their basketball skill set and learn new techniques and strategies. I remember how much fun I had at summer basketball camp when I was a kid. Camps can be catered towards every age and level.

Everyone from newcomers to coaches themselves can benefit from these basketball camps. Athletes are given the opportunity to improve themselves physically and mentally. They gain skills and knowledge they need to get the edge on their competition. Whether an athlete needs to work on group skills or requires more individualized attention for their training, basketball camps are able to improve their game and build them as a basketball player.

The Hi-Line Hoop Camp is taking place in various locations in Montana in May and June. The camps are instructed by Bill Dreikosen, Head Men's Basketball Coach at Rocky Mountain College in Billings.

It is time to register for the following Hi-Line Hoop Camps:
Saco Camp, May 30-31
Plentywood Camp, June 1-2
Sidney Camp, June 8-9

The camps are open to Girls and Boys in Grades 1-12. Cost is $80. Camp time for Grades 1-5 is 9:00 AM - 11:30 AM. Camp Time for Grades 6-12 is 1:00 PM to 4:00 PM.

If you need more information call Bill Dreikosen @ 406-860-3133. You can also email Bill at

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Benefits of Attending Basketball Camps:

Basketball Camps Are Fun for the Players
Experience Different Coaching Styles
Basketball Camps Challenge the Player
Learn a Wide Range of Skills
Compete Against and Meet Different Players


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