M14Hoops, a basketball skills development company, will offer a sports clinic called “Ball in Pink!” to serve as a fundraiser for efforts to fight breast cancer. Ever since M14Hoops launched 10 years ago, it has dedicated October to raising money to fight breast cancer.
“Ball in Pink!” will offer several sports clinics from 6 to 8 p.m. Oct. 27 at Finch Creek Fieldhouse, 16289 Boden Rd., Noblesville. Cost is $10 per player and all players will receive a t-shirt and a one-hour training clinic to the sport of their choice. All profits will go to the Indiana Women in Need Foundation, which supports Indiana individuals currently receiving treatment for breast cancer by diminishing barriers to treatment and increasing access to care.
A DJ will be present, and there also will be raffles, a silent auction, a free-throw shootout and local vendors.
Sport Clinic Descriptions:
M14Hoops Ball Handling Clinic: For third- to 12th– grade basketball players. Allows players to sharpen their skills for upcoming basketball tryouts. It will focus on ball handling skills, attack moves and more.
Primetime Baseball Defensive Clinic: The Primetime coaching staff will focus on infield, outfield and other defensive skills.
Primetime Softball Infield Clinic: This clinic will focus on infield skills, infield footwork and drills.
Lacrosse Stick-Training Clinic: This clinic is for second- to eight-grade students. The Indy United coaching staff will focus on drills to help develop skills. This is for all skill levels.