We’re playing Basketball this Summer with the Rustlers

Brushing up on your basketball skills this summer? CWC would like to help! ‘R’ Recreation in Riverton is hosting Rustler Basketball Camps and Tournaments this summer. There will be three different events being held for boys and girls.

If you want to get your team involved try out the Boys and Girls Team Camp where there will be both a JV and Varsity team playing with a four-game guarantee. Act quickly if you want to be a part of this camp deadline for registration is  Friday, June 2nd, and the camp is June 9th through June 10th.

Are there three of you looking for some fun and competition this summer? If so join CWC in their first-ever 3-on-3 basketball tournament. It will be outdoors on the gorgeous CWC campus. Be sure to register before Friday, June 9th, and be ready for the tournament June 17th through June 18th. This tournament is open for 3rd to 12th graders and also available for adult men and adult women.

If your defensive skills are already on par and you’re looking to brush up on the offensive side of the court try getting involved in the Rustler Offensive Skills Camp. This camp will help you dunk on all of your competitors or at least learn the skills to make you the best offensive player on the court. The camp will be Monday through Wednesday, June 19th through June 21st. Be sure to sign your 3rd through 8th graders up because this camp is limited to that age group.

Get your head in the game this summer and join CWC for some basketball fun. 

Click here for registration forms and more info.


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Central Wyoming College

Central Wyoming College is a two-year college serving Fremont, Hot Springs and Teton Counties Our main campus is located in Riverton Wyoming and we have outreach centers in Lander, Jackson and Dubois, each designed

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