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Hawks basketball joins with Athlete Institute

August 27, 2015   ·   0 Comments

The Orangeville Hawks Basketball Club has announced that it has joined forces with the Athlete Institute to improve its programming at both the house league and competitive rep league level.
Basketball is a continually growing sport and the Hawks have been at the forefront of development and league play in the region.
Led by club president Greg Verner and currently in its 20th year, the Hawks have announced that they have joined forces with the Athlete Institute to improve its programming at both the house league and competitive rep level.
The Athlete Institute is an athlete training center locate in Highway 9, just east of Orangeville and is open to the public for activities ranging from recreational programming to elite training.
They are very well known and highly respected for building one of the top high school basketball programs
in North America working with future NBA prospects.
The Institute’s graduates have increasingly earned NCAA Division I scholarships.
The Orangeville Hawks will take advantage of the Athlete Institute’s incredible coaching and technical training resources.
“We are very excited to join forces with Jesse Tipping and the Athlete Institute,” said Orangeville Hawks president Greg Verner. “We very much appreciate Jesse’s willingness to support the local basketball community. In our 20th anniversary season, these changes to our programs will immediately make the Hawks one of the premier basketball clubs in Ontario.”
The partnership will kick-off at Athlete institute with the Orangeville Hawks combine / rep tryouts on September 12 & 13.

By Brian Lockhart

         

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