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Lady Tigers host skills camp for young players
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Senior Marlie Townley teaches proper rebounding techniques to a group of girls on June 13 at the Lady Tigers Fun-damental skills camp. - photo by Bob Christian
Dawson County’s husband and wife coaching duo Carly and Will Anglin hosted the Lady Tigers Fun-damental Basketball Camp between June 10-14 at Rock Creek Park. The camp has become an annual fixture at the park but, for the Anglins, it is only their second year directing the program. “We took over a couple of years ago, this being our second year,” Will Anglin said. “And this year we are way more prepared.” The camp is designed to teach the fundamentals of basketball such as dribbling, ball handling, shooting and agility to girls from 6-14 years old. The Anglins bring a considerable amount of experience to the camp as they both played for Dawson County High School between 2010-2013. Both were honored as members of the 7-AAA all-region team during their senior year, while Carly was also recognized as the Player of the Year.