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Kernel boys basketball youth summer league set for June, July

The league is organized for youth boys basketball players and will take place on select Mondays at the Mitchell High School Gym.

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MITCHELL — Mitchell boys basketball's youth summer league schedule is set, with five dates set for Mondays in June and July at the Mitchell High School Gym.

The league is open to grades 4-8 and participants do not need to be from the Mitchell School District to play. Players will be placed on teams by league officials and each team will play two games each night, with a tournament on the final evening of play. Equal playing time is guaranteed.

The league games will be played June 6, 20 and 27 as well as July 18 and 25, with the first game starting at 6 p.m. and the last at 8 p.m. each evening. The cost is $50 per player or $80 for two players from the same family and $100 for three players from the same family.

For more information, email Mitchell High School boys basketball coach Ryker Kreutzfeldt at Ryker.Kreutzfeldt@k12.sd.us.

Related Topics: KERNELSBOYS BASKETBALL
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