BCHS opens sports camps

Sentinel photo/Jessica Shepard
Coach Amanda Slater, standing, had students pair off during the Volleyball sports camp Tuesday morning. Among other drills and techniques, she showed them the proper way to set a volleyball for a team mate. Slater was joined by coach Liz Griffin for the duration of their sports camp with 34 girls in attendance.

   The Bay City High School athletic department kicked off its Summer Sports Camp Monday, June 8, with volleyball under the direction of coaches Amanda Slater and Liz Griffin.
   Thirty-four girls showed up for the two-day clinic and learned a variety of skills form setting the ball to passing and serving.
   The camps are open to students from incoming ninth-graders down to third-graders.
   “When I came here at the first of the year, I told the coaches of every sport that I want them to hold summer camps,” said Athletic Director Lupe Florez.
   “Every high school does this.”
   Each camp offered over the summer has a fee ranging from $10 to $40 depending on which sport the students are participating in.
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