Lady Indians to host Basketball Camp June 4-7


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Lady Indians to host Basketball Camp June 4-7

Grades 6-7-8 8:30 -10:30 High School Gym $35

Grades 3-4-5 11:00 – 1:00 High School Gym $35

Camp participants will receive instruction in the fundamentals of basketball related to individual and team play. Each player will also learn an individual skills workout for daily practice during the offseason and will receive a camp T-shirt. All of our camp participants will have an enjoyable week while also gaining an appreciation for hard work and the fundamental skills of the game of basketball.

Make checks payable to: Hillsboro Athletic Department

Please sign-up by May 25 to pre-register; you can also register on June 4.

Send registration forms to:

Coach JR Moberly

HHS Athletic Department

550 US Route 62 South

Hillsboro, Ohio 45133

Contact HHS Athletic Department (937)393-9325 if you have any questions.

Commitment Baseball School in Hillsboro June 3-7

Commitment Baseball School director Chris Veidt announces Session One at Shaffer Park in Hillsboro from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Monday – Friday, June 3-7, 2019. Veidt will be the primary instructor.

The remaining members of the Commitment Baseball Camp Staff will consist of other select High School Head Coaches, assistant coaches, Whiteoak HS players, and some college players and assistant coaches.

Boys and girls ages 6-14 years of age can attend. Athletes can pre-register for a price of $75 or register in site for $100. Parents that wish to enroll more than one child will be charged the prices above for the first attendee and $50 for each additional sibling.

Insurance: Campers must provide their own insurance. The camp will have a professional Athletic Trainer on duty at all times.

Discipline: Any serious violation of Camp regulations will result in immediate dismissal from Camp. If a camper is dismissed from camp, there will be no refund of fees.

What to Bring: All campers should bring gloves, bats, baseball shoes, caps, catching gear (for catchers) and baseball uniform or suitable clothes for play.

Philosophy: Commitment Baseball Camp is designed to provide each camper with the fundamentals of hitting, pitching, catching, base running and defense.

Contact Chris Veidt at (937) 382-3265 with any questions or concerns.

The Times-Gazette publishes local sports briefs in an effort to inform the public of upcoming youth sports leagues, charitable sporting events and adult sports related outings. If you have an event coming up and would like the public to be informed you can send any information to Ryan Applegate via email at rapplegate@timesgazette.com.