JUNIOR COMMANDOS TRYOUTS
Tryouts for the Junior Commandos 5th/6th grade team will be May 20-22 from 5-6:30 pm. The tryouts will take place on the practice field in front of Ellis Middle School. Players will just need to wear shorts, t-shirt, and cleats.
HHS SOFTBALL TO HOLD FUTURE FASTPITCH CAMP
The Hendersonville High softball program will hold a Future Fastpitch Camp from May 28-31, 9-11:30 a.m. at their Drakes Creek Park Field No. 5 (Griffin-Crandell Field) location. The camp is for first-ninth graders at a cost of $55. There will be instruction by the HHS coaching staff, players and alumni. Hitting, fielding, base running, throwing and pitching will be covered. All are required to bring their own equipment. All campers receive a free T-shirt. Registration forms may be attained at Ladycommandosoftball.com under the “Commando Classic” tab. You may also sign up the day of the camp. For more information, contact HHS coach Jeff Serbin at 202-3489 or
HHS BOYS BASKETBALL SUMMER CAMP DATES SET
The Hendersonville High School Boys Basketball Camps for 2013 will begin May 29 with three sessions this summer. Session I is May 29-31 for boys in grades 3-5, from 9-noon at a cost of $70. Session II is June 3-5 for boys in grades 6-8, from 9 a.m.-2 p.m. at a cost of $120. Campers should bring a sack lunch. Session III is June 6-7 for boys in grades K-2, from 9-11 a.m. at a cost of $40.
JPII OFFERING SUMMER BASKETBALL CAMP
Pope John Paul II High School will be offering its annual basketball camp June 3-7 in the school gymnasiums. The camp will run from 12:30-3:30 p.m. The cost is $140 for the entire week. Led by JPII coach Kip Brown and assistants Charles Wade and Robert Sorenson, the camp will be available to boys, ages 6-14. Each day will consist of ball handling, passing and shooting drills and campers will be divided up into groups based on grade, age and ability level. Games will be played each day, utilizing both gyms and goals will be lowered to nine feet for ages 10 and under. Team play will be strongly encouraged. There will also be an emphasis on rebounding, defense, hustle and intensity throughout the week. JPII assistant coaches, as well as current and former players will be on hand. This will allow for a low instructor-student ratio. It is encouraged to register for both the baseball camp (9 a.m.-noon) and the basketball camp (12:30-3:30 p.m.) the week of June 3-7. Campers who attend both camps will be able to use the basketball locker rooms to change and to store bags. The school cafeteria will be open for lunch, or kids may bring a sack lunch. Coach Kip Brown will be working both of these camps and will ensure your child and his belongings are safe and secured. For more information, log on to jp2hs.org. You can also call Pope John Paul II at 615-822-2375, or email JPII at
HHS BASEBALL OFFERING FUNDAMENTAL CAMP
Hendersonville Commando baseball will host their annual summer baseball fundamentals camp June 10-13. The camp is for players going in to grades first-seventh for the 2013-2014 school year. The camp will be from 8:30-11 a.m. each day. Campers will receive instruction on all areas of fundamentals of the game from the HHS coaching staff as well as college players. Last year instructors included players from MTSU, Austin Peay, Vol State, East Tennessee State and more. Camp cost is $65. Call HHS assistant coach Andy Gilley 615-604-9165 or email
for more details. A camp brochure can be downloaded from the HHS baseball Website www.commandobaseball.com
HENDERSONVILLE HIGH SOCCER HOSTING TWO CAMPS
The Future Stars Camp is June 10-13 from 8-9:30 a.m. in front of Ellis Middle School. The cost is $50. The Camp of Champions is also June 10-13, from 6-8 p.m. in front of Ellis Middle School. The cost is $100. The Future Stars Camp is for ages 5-10 and is designed to challenge, encourage and develop all skill levels and abilities, concentrating on the fundamentals and concepts of team play. The Camp of Champions is a camp designed to challenge, encourage and develop soccer skills for the future champions. There will be on-field technical training; campers will participate in small scrimmages. Campers will work with coaches on individual ball control, support play, defending techniques, and small-sided games. For more information, contact coach Russ Plummer at
or at 615-824-6162 or 615-479-2744.
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