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Basketball Specialists School hosting program in February

Marlborough – The Basketball Specialists School will be running a three-day Winter Break Basketball Program from 9 a.m.- noon Feb. 16-18 at the Forekicks facility in Marlborough.

The program is open to any interested student in grades 1-9 that is enjoying school vacation that week.

The program will be overseen by Basketball Specialists School Director Ilya Nicholas, the head varsity basketball coach at Marlborough High, and will be coached by the area’s top high school coaches.

The three-day program will focus on skills and fundamentals.

“Our goal is to develop and improve the individual skills and game concepts necessary to become a complete player,” Nicholas said. “Players will be grouped by age, size, gender, and ability to assure maximum challenge and accurate evaluation of performance.”

Total cost of the three-day program is $130 per child, with a sibling discount of $10 off each child’s tuition and a group discount of $10 off each player’s tuition.

Nicholas recommends early enrollment as space will be limited and the Basketball Specialists Schools have been known to fill up quickly.

Email Nicholas with any questions about the program at pnmarlboro@aol.com.

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