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MSU's Turner schedules local camp

-- From MSU Athletics

The schedule for the inaugural Rechelle Turner summer basketball camps has been released, as Murray State University will host two camps this June.

The opening camp is a team camp and will take place June 8-10, while the second will be a mini-camp June 12-15.

The team camp is open to middle school, freshmen, junior varsity and varsity squads. The cost for the camp is a $75 team fee with a per game cost of $60 for varsity teams and $40 for all other levels. Costs for teams staying overnight will be $100 per player for two days and one night, while it will be $150 for three days and two nights.

The overnight price includes hotel (four players per room), two meals per day and a T-shirt. For teams with 10-23 players, two staff members can stay free, while teams with 24-plus players can have three staff members for free. Each additional staff member costs $100.

The mini camp is open to boys and girls ages 7-17 and will be daily from 9 a.m. to noon. Cost for the camp is $75 per player and includes a free T-shirt and certificate of participation.

For more information on either of the camps, contact via email turnersummercamps@gmail.com or by calling 270-809-4497.

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