Youth Baseball Skills Clinic
PLYMOUTH – A Youth Skills Baseball Clinic could be held from July 12 to 14 at Plymouth South High School. The Instructional Group (from 4 to 7) will meet from 8 to 9 a.m., and The Hardball Group (from eight to 14) will practice every day from nine:30 a.m. To twelve:30 p.M. All proceeds from the abilties camp gain the Plymouth South baseball program.
The cost of the camp is $50 in line with the athlete,$ hundred per circle of relatives for the Instructional Group, and $ hundred according to the athlete/$ hundred seventy-five in step with family for the Hardball Group. Emphasis may be on right fielding and throwing mechanics, simple hitting basics, base going for walks, building baseball IQ, strength and weight education, arm care routine, and technique. Instruction will range among age groups and talent levels.
Contact Camp Director and Plymouth South Baseball Head Coach Walt Fust at wfust@plymouth.K12.Ma.Us for more facts.
Youth Football Skills Clinic
PLYMOUTH – A Youth Football Skills Clinic could be held at Plymouth South High School from Aug 2 to 4 for soccer players in grades 1 to 8. Camp co-directors are former Plymouth South Football Head Coaches Scott Fry and Marc Loranger, and the rate for the camp is $ hundred.
Please email Loranger at pshspe@aol.Com to order a niche in the non-contact camp. Areas of guidance encompass Offensive and defensive Skills, Proper Tackling Form, Blocking Technique, Passing/Catching Technique, Offensive and Defensive Line Technique, Proper Running Back Technique, Linebacker Reads, and Secondary Coverage Technique.
Panther Basketball School
PLYMOUTH – The 10th annual Panther Basketball School will take place in the region from July 26 to 28 at Plymouth South High School for boys and girls in grades 4 to 9. Sessions every day will take area from nine a.m. To one p.M., all proceeds from the camp will benefit the Plymouth South boys’ and ladies’ basketball programs.
The Camp Director is Plymouth South Boys Basketball Head Coach David Costa, and he can have numerous modern coaches and previous players assisting him in coordinating the three-day camp. Points of emphasis will include shooting, passing, ball-coping with, submit moves, perimeter movements, rapid breaks, screens, defense, rebounding, boxing out, and pivoting.
The fee for the camp is $ hundred; for more records, go to www.Pantherbasketballschool.Com or email Costa at dcosta@plymouth.K12.Ma.Us.
Advantage Soccer School
Celebrating over twenty years of participant improvement, the Advantage Soccer School will take area from July 12 to 15 at Plymouth North High School. Each day’s consultation will run from nine a.m. To a few p.M.
Players from all stages, five – 16, are invited to participate in the camp. Field players and goalkeeper education included. The center is staffed via the region’s pinnacle excessive school and young people coaches. The administrators are Plymouth North Girls Varsity Head Coach Eric Foley and Plymouth North Boys Soccer Varsity Head Coach John Tocci.
Cape Cod Soccer Academy
PLYMOUTH – Plymouth resident Tony Reis is supplying the Cape Cod Soccer Academy in two classes in Bourne at Upper Cape Cod Tech High School this summer. Session 1 is July 12 to sixteen, and Session 2 is July 19-23.
The camp is open for boys and ladies in grades 3 to 10 from 9 a.m. To 3:30 p.m. Every day. Goalkeeper training is to be had for gamers in grades 5-10. The fee is $225 in step with the participant.
The Academy Director is Tony Reis, the men’s soccer head educated at Upper Cape. For extra data, go to https://www.Capecodsocceracademy.Com/
Come skate with The Great Blizz.
KINGSTON – The Great Blizz special ice hockey application meets each Saturday morning at The Bog ice rink in Kingston.
Registration is ongoing to be a part of the growing crew. Players of all ages from 5 years and older with developmental incapacity are eligible to be part of the team. Skating revel in is not essential. We will teach ice skating and hockey skills through practices and pleasant competitions.
The crew affords ice time every Saturday morning at The Bog, which is properly of route three. All registered gamers could have ice hockey gadgets. Trained coaches, mentors, and volunteers might be at each exercise consultation to teach, guide, and supervise.
Along with seeking gamers, coaches, mentors, and other volunteers, we seek charitable donations for our 501(c)three agencies and sponsorship possibilities. The IRS has granted us a tax-exempt reputation as a public charity. The Great Blizz is a member of the American Special Hockey Association.