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Sonora High to host boys basketball camp


About 70 youth, ages 8-11 gather for Basketball Camp at Sonora High School.

Sonora’s boys basketball coach Lloyd Longeway coached the Wildcats all the way to the second round of the state championships this season.

Now he’s offering his coaching to local youth at this year’s Wildcat Shooting Camp.

The camp is from 5:30 p.m. until 8 p.m. Monday, June 11 through June 15 at Bud Castle Gym on the Sonora High School campus.

Longeway, who has been a coach for more than 15 years, will be assisted by Jeremy Peterson, the Wildcats’ junior varsity coach. He led the ‘Cats to a 12-0 season this year.

Peterson is Summerville’s all-time leading scorer and

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Sonora’s boys basketball coach Lloyd Longeway coached the Wildcats all the way to the second round of the state championships this season.

Now he’s offering his coaching to local youth at this year’s Wildcat Shooting Camp.

The camp is from 5:30 p.m. until 8 p.m. Monday, June 11 through June 15 at Bud Castle Gym on the Sonora High School campus.

Longeway, who has been a coach for more than 15 years, will be assisted by Jeremy Peterson, the Wildcats’ junior varsity coach. He led the ‘Cats to a 12-0 season this year.

Peterson is Summerville’s all-time leading scorer and attended the shooting camp as a student athlete.

Joe Pimmentel will also be on hand for coaching assistance.

He’s the Sonora High freshman coach and has led the team to four consecutive Mother Lode League championships.

Campers will learn how to have confidence in their shooting by using position and station drills as well as shooting contests.

The camp is open to all boys grades 6-12.

The cost is $50 and includes a t-shirt.

To register, campers should arrive early for Monday’s session at the door.