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McClancy to host 6th annual CYO coaches clinic

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The sixth annual CYO Basketball Coaches Clinic, open to all CYO, high school and college coaches, will held Friday, Sept. 20, at Monsignor McClancy High School and Friday, Oct. 4, at St. John’s Prep.

The first night will feature speaker Jeff Ruland, head coach of the Iona College men’s team focusing on “big man and interior play’ at 7 p.m., Holy Cross High School coach Paul Gilvary at 8 p.m. speaking on shooting, and Margaret McKeon, head women’s coach at Boston University, who played for Christ the King and St. John’s. McClancy is located at 71-06 31st Ave. in East Elmhurst. A coaches’ social will be held after the last speaker concludes.

The second night will feature Cathy Crockett, head women’s coach at Bishop Kearney, speaking on defense and motivation at 7 p.m., Phil Martelli, head men’s at St. Joseph’s (Pa.) talking about practice, drills and organization at 8 p.m. and University of Virginia coach Pete Gillen speaking about “the little things that help you win” at 9 p.m. St. John’s Prep is located at 21-20 Crescent St. in Astoria.

Posted 7:23 pm, October 10, 2011
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