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Several camps offered at Seven Springs Middle School

Seven Springs Middle School has camps open to kids on the west side of Pasco in grades 3-8.

The boys basketball camp will be from June 22-25 from 9 a.m. to noon at Seven Springs' gym. The cost is $60 and includes a T-shirt. The camp is limited to 60 participants. For more information, contact coach Aguis at (727) 244-2660.

The girls basketball camp will be June 29 to July 2 from 9 a.m. to noon at the gym. The cost is $60 and includes a T-shirt. For more information, e-mail coach Flatley at [email protected]

The boys football camp will be June 29 through July 2 at Seven Springs' fields and is $60. For more information, contact coach Boggess at (727) 698-6676 or e-mail at [email protected]

There will be a girls volleyball camp from July 13-16 at the gym. The cost is $60 and includes a T-shirt. Camp is limited to 60 girls. For more information, contact coach Aguis at (727) 244-2660.

Speed and agility: Speed coach Rob Oppedisano is hosting a four-week camp for athletes in all sports.

The camp will focus on speed and agility for athletes ages 11 and older who will train to improve in the 40-yard dash as well as increase their quickness and ability to cut in different directions. The cost is $175.

Oppedisano also will host a basketball skills development camp for athletes 11 to 18. The former college coach will focus on fundamentals for younger athletes and advanced techniques for older ones during the four-week camp. The camp will be at 6 p.m. June 30, July 7, 14, and 21 and costs $45.

For more information, including start dates of the speed camp, call Oppedisano at (727) 534-4510 or e-mail him at [email protected]

RECREATION: Johnny Waters Performance Enhancement Summer Speed camps will be from Monday to July 31 for all athletes ages 10 and up. Camps will take place at various locations around Pasco.

For more information on camps as well as the locations and times, call Johnny Waters at (727) 534-1700.

SOFTBALL: Yo Sports Summer Softball Camps will be offered in June and July for girls 6 to 13. The Leaguerette Slow Pitch camp will be Monday through June 19 and the Lightning Fast Pitch camp will be July 20-24.

Both camps will be at the Oscar Cooler Sports Complex on Lutz-Lake Fern Road between U.S. 41 and Dale Mabry Highway.

Registration and other information can be found on the camp Web site at www.mysoft

BASKETBALL: Saint Leo University basketball coach Mike Madagan is conducting two basketball camps June 22-25 and July 13-16. Boys and girls of all skill levels entering grades 2-9 are welcome. The emphasis of the camp will be the improvement of individual fundamental skills, and campers are placed in groups according to size, age and ability.

Both half- and full-day sessions are available. The cost is $140 for full-day and $110 for half-day. All campers receive a T-shirt and lunch is provided.

For information, contact Mike Madagan at (352) 588-8224 or [email protected]

MORE BASKETBALL: Ridgewood High School's coaching staff will host a basketball camp for boys and girls ages 9 to 15 at Ridgewood on June 15-18. The cost of the camp is $55.

Each camper will receive a T-shirt or basketball. Individual and team fundamentals will be stressed, along with daily contests. For more information, contact Gary Anders at (727) 774-3933 or e-mail [email protected]

EVEN MORE BASKETBALL: An eight-week summer basketball season will be held at the East Pasco Family YMCA from Monday through Aug. 4. Registration is open until today and the cost is $60 for members, with $10 off for each additional child.

All nonmembers must pay a one-time fee of $25.

For more information, call Shawn Brown at (813) 780-9622 or e-mail him at [email protected]

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Several camps offered at Seven Springs Middle School 06/11/09 [Last modified: Thursday, June 11, 2009 5:29pm]
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