This camp just ‘keeps growing’

Dylan Baken, 11, tries to get a handle on 11-year-old Marcus Flint’s defense while playing in Thursday’s championship game at the Fort Lewis College men’s basketball program’s individual boys basketball camp. “This year we have 150 boys from third grade to 12th grade, coming from as far as Utah and New Mexico, and the camp keeps growing each year.” said Bob Pietrack, camp director and FLC men’s assistant basketball coach. The boys high school three-day, 37-team camp will begin today and run through Sunday at FLC. Enlarge photo

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Dylan Baken, 11, tries to get a handle on 11-year-old Marcus Flint’s defense while playing in Thursday’s championship game at the Fort Lewis College men’s basketball program’s individual boys basketball camp. “This year we have 150 boys from third grade to 12th grade, coming from as far as Utah and New Mexico, and the camp keeps growing each year.” said Bob Pietrack, camp director and FLC men’s assistant basketball coach. The boys high school three-day, 37-team camp will begin today and run through Sunday at FLC.