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Lights Summer League is a hoops hit

Summer league basketball making players of all ages better


Last updated 7/7/2017 at 10:58am

Havre Daily News/Colin Thompson

Players compete in a recent session of the Lights Summer League Basketball youth division inside the Armory Gymnasium. MSU-Northern head coach Shawn Huse started the summer league last year, and it's really taking off. While the high school level is the featured session, the summer league is open for boys in grades 4-8 as well.

It seems that nowadays, there are more and more ways for young athletes to learn and develop their skills, and one such way for local basketball players has been the summer league basketball put on by Montana State University-Northern.

Lights head coach Shawn Huse started the Lights Summer League in 2016, giving players at the high school level, as well as middle school and grade school, a chance to learn more about the game of basketball, while at the same time testing their skills against players from not just across the Hi-Line, but across the state of Montana. The Lights Summer Leagu...

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