25 girls attend 11th Annual BC Softball Camp
The Butler County High School softball team held its 11th Annual softball camp last week - June 11-14 — at the field for girls ages 7-12. The 2012 camp had 24 girls attend — one of the largest in camp history.
The players were instructed in the basics of fastpitch softball, including bunting, hitting, sliding, defensive mechanics (infield and outfield), and pitching/catching. Each player received a certificate of achievement for their completion of the camp, as well as a camp t-shirt.
Serving as "coaches" for the camp were players on the BCHS and BCMS softball teams.
"I think campers learned a lot about softball and had fun in the process — and that's important," said Coach John Embry. "They were a great group of kids who worked hard and listened well. Attending camp is a great way to prepare for middle school and ultimately high school softball and we're grateful they took advantage of this important opportunity."
Attending the 2012 camp were: Hannah Gill, Rachel Gill, Evyn Frazier, Autumn Frazier, Jacie Ward, Maddie Cardwell, Brianna Tomes, Aleace Hall, Sydnee Claypool, Delaney Embry, Shalyn Bratcher, Victoria Deweese, Aubrey Clark, Haley Peach, Bayleigh Alford, Lacee Dockery, Chaney Brooks, Sally Levings, Leslie Washer, Hannah Chaney, Jessica Arnold, Amber Thacker, Ashley Thacker, Autumn Proctor, and Autumn Searles.