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SCV Hoops Finale almost here

Prep basketball: Clinic, games, food trucks all part of event

Posted: March 21, 2013 9:20 p.m.
Updated: March 21, 2013 9:20 p.m.

Clinic, games, food trucks all part of SCV Hoops Finale.

 

By Cary Osborne
Signal Sports Editor

The Signal’s fourth annual SCV Hoops Finale benefitting the WiSH Education Foundation is just one day away and it has grown into the biggest event yet.


The games will begin at 5 p.m. with the girls senior All-Star basketball game, which features 2013 Foothill League Player of the Year Canyon’s Alia McCoy.


At halftime of the event, there will be a 3-point shootout with 10 seniors signed up for the event, including McCoy.


The boys game will start at about 7 p.m. and will feature 2013 Foothill League Player of the Year West Ranch’s Kevin Harris.


Harris will also participate in that game’s halftime Slam Dunk Contest.


Admission for both games will be sold at the door and will be $5.


Prior to all the festivities, longtime Santa Clarita Valley prep basketball coach and basketball camp instructor Greg Hayes will conduct a clinic for fourth to eighth graders beginning at 3:30 p.m.


Kids in that camp will receive about an hour’s worth of instruction on offensive skills, Hayes’ instructional DVD, lunch and admission to the game for $15.


All proceeds from the clinic as well as all admission proceeds will benefit the William S. Hart Union High School District’s WiSH Education Foundation for special education programs throughout the school district.


On top of that, a crepe truck and burger truck will be on the grounds at Valencia High School.


The game will feature representatives from all Foothill League schools as well as Santa Clarita Christian and Trinity Classical Academy.


To RSVP for the Greg Hayes SCV Hoops Finale Clinic, email ghayes@hartdistrict.org and for more information about the game, email cosborne@signalscv.com.

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