Bruce Langford, coach of the Simon Fraser University Clan women’s basketball team, watches as Brinay Burdick of Summerland practices a move to fake a defender to get to the basket at the Penticton Basketball Camp held at Pen High this week. Emanuel Sequeira/Western News

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SFU coach Bruce Lanford worked with 30 female at the Penticton Basketball Camp, Aug. 14 to 17.

The 36th edition of the Penticton Basketball Camp attracted 31 players.

Coached by Bruce Langford of the SFU Clan women’s basketball team and some of his current players, the 31 campers, 16 from Summerland, four from Penticton with the rest from other areas of B.C. as well as Alberta, worked on different fundamental skills.

The camp was held at Pen High from Aug. 14 to 17.

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