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WNBA Stars Camps In Kelowna

Former WNBA star, Tammy Sutton-Brown of Markham, Ont. and Gini Basketball in Kelowna teamed up to host the Hoops For Girls camp last week at Immaculata High School.

Girls from Grade 6 to Grade 8 took part in the morning sessions over three days, while those in Grade 9 to 12 were involved in the afternoon sessions.

Sutton-Brown, a 6-foot-3 post player, attended Rutgers University and owns a field goal percentage of 57.6, ranking her third all-time at the school.

Sutton-Brown was selected 18th overall in the second round of the 2001 WNBA draft by the Charlotte Sting.

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