Sequim hoopsters train with a pro

  • Wednesday, December 6, 2017 1:30am
  • Sports

Sequim High School varsity, junior varsity and seventh- and eighth-grade select basketball team members take a break from training train with basketball professional Friday, Dec. 1, in the Sequim High School gymnasium. The 90-minute clinic was free for the girls and was sponsored by The Warehouse in Port Angeles. Corral, a Washington state native, received multiple PAC-10 and PAC-12 honors while playing at USC and went on the play professionally after college with Seattle Storm, Washington Mystics and Atlanta Dream. She was on the peninsula for the weekend, training local athletes ranging from elementary school to high school age. Photo courtesy of Kristen Johnson

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