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One on One Girls Basketball Clinics with Kim Penney (Grades K-9)
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We have partnered with the Wakefield Recreation Department to be able to offer this One on One Girls Basketball Clinic with Clinic Director, Kim Penney! This clinic is based on a simple philosophy -- to teach the fundamentals of the sport in a fun atmosphere, instilling the importance of teamwork and self-confidence.
- Low Player/Coach Ratio (8:1)
- Participants grouped by age and ability
- Advanced instructions for advanced players
- Video analysis on players' shooting
About the One-on-One Basketball Program Directors:
Kim Penney, founder of
One-on-One College Consulting
, was the girls varsity basketball coach at Reading Memorial High School from 1998-2013. Coach Penney has directed girls basketball clinics for 20 years in various towns on the north shore, including the Annual Reading Girls Basketball Clinic (now known as One-on-One Basketball Clinic), which will celebrate its 30th year in summer 2019! While capturing five consecutive Middlesex League titles at Reading, Coach Penney’s 2012 Reading team went undefeated (25-0) to win the school’s first Division II MIAA Girls Basketball State Championship. She was selected as Boston Globe Coach of the Year and was inducted into the Reading Memorial High School Hall of Fame in 2015. Many of her former players have played Division I, II and III college basketball and now coach at the youth, high school and college levels.
Jaclyn Lyons, basketball skills coach and event manager at One-on-One
, was a stand-out
player at Reading Memorial High School and attended UNH and Merrimack on a basketball athletic scholarship. She is currently the girls’ varsity head coach at Milton Academy. Coach Lyons helps manage all our One-on-One Basketball Clinics, which are offered throughout the year for elementary, middle and high school girls who want to improve their game.
Ed Leyden, head women’s basketball coach at Suffolk University
, founded the Annual Reading Girls Basketball Clinic in 1989. Participants of the Reading Basketball Clinic (now known as One-on-One Basketball Clinic) have gone on to play at every college level, including: University of Richmond, Assumption College, Bentley University, University of Hartford, UNH, Merrimack, Vassar, Saint Anselm, Simmons, Bates, Suffolk, Colby-Sawyer, and many more.
: Wakefield High School, 60 Farm Street, Wakefield
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