RESULTS Basketball releases fall youth clinic schedule

Posted Oct. 03, 2012, at 9:17 a.m.

After a busy summer of events, RESULTS Basketball is back in action and will be opening the fall with a series of day clinics in different parts of the state!

Below is a list of current dates and locations:

October 20th, 2012

Location: Glenburn Elementary School

1:00-4:00 for Boys & Girls in Grades 2-4.

4:30-7:30 for Boys & Girls in Grades 5-8.

Cost: $30.00

October 21st, 2012

Location: Beech Hill School in Otis

1:00-4:00 for Boys and Girls in Grades 2-8.

Cost: $30.00

November 3rd, 2012

Location: George Stevens Academy in Blue Hill

9:00-1:00 for Boys and Girls in Grades 2-4

2:00-6:00 for Boys and Girls in Grades 5-8

Cost: $30.00

November 10th, 2012

Location: Oceanside Middle School in Thomaston

Details coming soon.

November 11, 2012

Location: Greenville High School

9:00-12:00 for Boys and Girls in Grades 2-4

1:00-4:00 for Boys and Girls in Grades 5-8


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In case you’re not familiar with RESULTS Basketball Clinics, here is a little background:


¨ Results Basketball Clinics are run by Mark Baxter and Matt MacKenzie.

¨ Mark is a long-time high school and collegiate coach/scout and current collegiate scout/instructor.

¨ Matt is a former Husson University stand-out and current Husson Women’s Basketball assistant coach.

¨ Both Mark and Matt are public school teachers.

¨ Results employs other top level collegiate and high school coaches along with current collegiate and professional players.

Why Results Basketball Clinics?

¨ Our mission is to help develop the fundamentals of basketball

¨ Individual attention and instruction

¨ Shooting, ball handling, rebounding, passing

¨ Offensive and defensive skills

¨ Players will be in age-appropriate groups

¨ Individual and team shooting contests/games

¨ Players will be learning, practicing, playing, and HAVING FUN!!

To register, contact or call 207-462-5550.

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