The North Hall baseball program will host a number of summer camps in the coming weeks at Jody Davis Field at North Hall.<br />
The North Hall All-Skills Baseball Camp will take place June 2-5, with sessions lasting from 9 a.m. to noon. Cost is $100.<br />
The camp is for rising first-fifth graders. All campers receive a free camp T-shirt. The All-Skills camp focuses on fundamentals of the game, including hitting, bunting, base running, sliding on watered down tarps, fielding, drills, and games.<br />
The North Hall Advanced Baseball Camp will take place June 16-19 with sessions lasting from noon to 3 p.m., rain or shine. Cost is $100.<br />
The camp is for rising fifth-ninth graders. All campers receive a free camp T-shirt. The Advanced Camp will touch on the basic fundamentals and give players an insight into the finer details of the game.<br />
Starting in July, Trojans coach Trent Mongero will also be available for individual lessons, small group lessons, or team training. <br />
Call 770-561-9533 for details. Lessons will be given off campus. Lessons are for students or teams in first-seventh grade.<br />
For more information or to register, visit www.Trojansbaseball.com. or call coach Mongero at 770-561-9533.
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