Here is some info on upcoming events:
- The first-ever Miami Valley Point Guard Clinic will be held Saturday, August 9, 9a-2p at Trotwood-Madison High School. Former Dayton area standout point guard Briana Williams will be instructing the camp for girls in grades 5-8. She will be working on fundamentals, drills, shooting, point guard responsibilities, and the mental part of the game as the floor general. There will be skill work and classroom work to help strengthen point guard abilities. The Dabbelt Report will also be there to help assess the talent, and evaluate the point guards. Only 20 girls will be accepted. Cost is $50, and for more info to get registered, contact Jim Dabbelt at email@example.com.
- On July 29, the annual Border Battle will take place at Owens College in Toledo, as the top players in Ohio battle their counterparts from Michigan. All of the information and complete players list can be found by clicking http://jimdabbelt.wordpress.com/ohio-girls-bb-report/
- Dates are set for both of Ohio’s top 2 fall basketball events. The OGBR Top 64, which brings in the top kids in Ohio to play during the fall evaluation period for Division1 coaches, is set for the weekend of September 27-28 at Reynoldsburg HS near Columbus. More information on that later in August. Also the Dayton Combine & Shootout is set for Sunday, September 21 at Tippecanoe HS near Dayton. This event will measure times similar to the NFL combine, along with play 2 games for evaluation purposes for not only non Division 1 schools, but the elite Dayton Top 100 which comes out in November.
Several area teams are participating in the Battle in the Boro this week in Nashville, the most prestigious event in the first part of the July recruiting period. Local teams include but are not limited to: DLH Premier, DLH Elite, Cincy Angels, Dayton Vipers Boston, DLH Duff/Carpenter, and Cincy Heat. Those teams have been notified and any results or updates can be found here the next few days.
Four weeks from today is the Border Battle, set for July 29 at Owens College in Perrysburg. It will match the best from Ohio against the top players from Michigan. The list of participants from Ohio will be released right here on July 15, so come back and see who will be reppin the Buckeye state in this great event.
Also the campers from the OGBR Skills Camp, set for this weekend at Reynoldsburg, are now listed on the OGBR page.
Saturday also starts the USJN event in Cincinnati, as some of the top teams from the region will be participating in that event. Division One college coaches begin their recruiting on July 6.
The daily schedule has been released for this weekend’s OGBR Skills Camp at Reynoldsburg HS. You can check out the entire day here: http://jimdabbelt.wordpress.com/ohio-girls-bb-report/.
The Dabbelt Report hopes to have the complete list of campers to post soon.
The Dabbelt Report will be attending part of the Wright State University Women’s Basketball Elite Camp on Sunday, June 29, as the Raiders will be hosting a day of solid basketball skillwork and game situations.
The camp runs from 9:30a-5:30p, with games being held in the afternoon session starting at 1 p.m.
There will be high intensity skill development, 5 vs 5 games, and understanding the commitment required to play Division One college basketball.
Not only will the Raiders team be there to assist at camp, but the event will take place in their spacious Setzer Pavilion across from the Nutter Center.
They are still taking registrations, and you can attend by calling 937-775-3351.