ST. SIMON’S ISLAND, Ga. – The Georgia Independent School Association (GISA) is set to hold the 2014 GISA Coaches Clinic, with Georgia College assistant coaches on the schedule as guest speakers. GC Men’s Basketball assistant coach Mark Gainous and GC Women’s Basketball assistant coach Toby Wagoner will join the clinic July 16 and 17.
Gainous, a 12-year vet of the Georgia College sidelines, will talk over the dribble-drive Thursday, July 17. Wagoner is in his fifth season with the Bobcat women, but also has experience with the Bobcat men, multiple other colleges and at the high school level. Wagoner will share his expertise on the “Pack” defense.
The clinic will be held at Frederica Academy, encompassing all high school sports. For more information, visit the GISA online at www.GISASchools.org .
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