Rhea Middle Basketball Camp filled with talent

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Rhea Middle Lady Eagle applies the pressure against a Mountain View inbound pass. (Photo: Elmer Harris)

Future Rhea County Basketball Stars show off their skills at this week’s camp.

Evensville, TN — Young Lady Eagles learn the fundamentals they need to become future stars of Rhea County Basketball’s future at this week’s Rhea Middle Basketball Camp.  Our girl’s hosted teams from around the region including: Mountain View, Chattanooga Christian, Cleveland, Sale Creek, and Cherokee.

It’s clear these girls admire their coach and love the game of basketball.  Enjoy the video in full HD.

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“We have a great group of young ladies really committed to the game,” says Coach Tony Williams.

“They practice really hard and spend every waking moment with each other whether it’s on the basketball floor or at church.”

“If you’re not working in the off-season, you’re a step behind the Clevelands and Ocoees of the world.  When they get to High School it will really pay big dividends in the long run for their development.”

“Most of these girls have been playing together since the 2nd and 3rd grade, and they’re starting to see the fruits of their labor.  I think this group has a chance at some point to accomplish great things.”

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