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Williston State College to hold Badlands Showcase

Williston State College will be holding the I-94 Badlands Showcase consisting of 20 North Dakota student-athletes June 7-8. The basketball camp will consist of individual skill development, video breakdown, strength and conditioning, aquatic work...

Williston State College will be holding the I-94 Badlands Showcase consisting of 20 North Dakota student-athletes June 7-8.
The basketball camp will consist of individual skill development, video breakdown, strength and conditioning, aquatic workouts and five-on-five drills and games open to the public.
The camp will include Jordan Meidinger and Aanen Moody of Dickinson High, Cody Holt of New England, Hayden Sadowsky of Hettinger-Scranton, Wyatt Carr of Hazen and more players from across the state.

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