|Round ball squad takes advantage of Hoosier summer rules|
|Written by Bob Hyle|
|Tuesday, July 17, 2012 8:41 PM|
Indiana and Ohio have different rules for high school basketball teams when it comes to organized team activities during the summer.
Indiana schools have no limits on the number of games and days a school team can work together during June and July, while Ohio has a limit of 10 coaching days.
Still, Harrison Wildcats coach Eric Ebrens, a Hoosier himself, doesn’t mind venturing across the state line with his Harrison squad, particularly at the D-One Camp in Fort Wayne.
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