TEAM FOCUS TO HOLD FREE BASKETBALL CLINIC - ORGANIZED EXCLUSIVELY FOR PARTICIPANTS - WITH FORMER USA
Mobile, Ala. —Former University of South Alabama basketball coach Ronnie Arrow and former USA athletic director Joe Gottfried have partnered with the Mobile-based Team Focus organization to hold a free basketball training clinic scheduled for Feb. 28. The clinic will be held in the Knollwood Christian School Gymnasium and is open to all Team Focus participants interested in learning more about the game of basketball, as well as the importance of good sportsmanship. This clinic is organized exclusively for young men participating in Team Focus.
“I have known and respected Mike and Mickey Gottfried for many years. I think that the work they have accomplished with the younger generation of males, especially those without a positive father figure in their lives, has made a tremendous difference in their futures,” Arrow said of the organization’s founding directors. “I look forward to this great training basketball camp with the Team Focus participants. We are going to have fun and learn something new about the game of basketball.”
Arrow also holds basketball clinics, open to the public for a registration fee, two nights each week at
Knollwood Christian School Gymnasium to help players further develop their skills and stay in shape
during the off-season. For more information about the weekly clinics, contact Coach Arrow at
251.509.2700 or email@example.com.