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Domonique Maloy Clinic

A “YouthSports Experience” is a sports performance program offered to improve and develop each athlete’s talent and character into ability and presence.

Program Offerings: Preparation for Pahrump Junior Trojan Basketball Season, transitioning from one sport to another (maintain and improve ability), fundamental and body movement development (coordination and conscious awareness), track and field performance training (speed and expanded awareness).

When: Every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday beginning December 13th.

Dec. 20th-22nd: 10:30-11:30 a.m. (8th-12th grade athletes) and noon-1 p.m. (3rd-7th grade athletes)

Dec. 27th-29th: 10:30 a.m.-11:30 a.m. (8th-12th grade athletes) and noon-1 p.m. (3rd-7th grade athletes)

Jan. 3rd-5th: 2:30-3:30 p.m. (8th-12th grade athletes) and 4-5 p.m. (3rd-7th grade athletes)

Where: Pahrump Valley High School Football Field or PVHS A-Gym.

There are 10 sponsored spots available for athletes/families whose financial status deter their athlete from being a part of the experience (message her directly dom.healthandfitness@gmail.com).

Price: Entire program: $50; three days, $15; one day, $20

Bowling News: Richard Alderman bowled a 300 game on Dec. 7. Congrats Richard!

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