XBI basketball camp at MLHS starts next week

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MOSES LAKE — Youth basketball players have a chance to improve skills next week at Moses Lake High School.

The XBI Basketball Camp, led by Mark Poth and John Hohman, runs from June 17-21. The Monday through Thursday sessions begin at 9 a.m. and finish at 3 p.m. Friday’s session begins at 9 a.m. and ends at noon.

The camp features instruction, daily games, player evaluations, awards, camp t-shirts, a grab bag and barbecue. The entire week costs $125 with a $10 discount per sibling; lunch for the week can be purchased for an additional $30.

Poth was the former head men’s basketball coach at Big Bend Community College and Hohman led Moses Lake to the state tournament three times. The duo has over 60 years combined in directing and assisting basketball camps.

For more information, including registration, visit https://xbihoops.webs.com.

— Staff report

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