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6-THE PERKINS IOURNAL, Thursday, May 29, 2003 I- Demons cage camp June 9-12 The Perkins Tryon Demon Basketball Camp will be June 9-12 and is open to boys who will enter the third through 12 th grades next year. " The camp will be from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. each a day. A lunch break will be from I l:30-noon. A T concession stand will be open in the new gym j with drinks, snacks, and lunch items available to purchase. '! An awards presentation will be held on the i camp's final day at 2 p.m. s The cost of the camp will be $50 before May ii 30 and $65 after that date. The cost includes a camp T-shin, a basketball, and an award. For more information contact Demons head coach Jason Reece at 547-5724 or 547-5149. !!;, iii golf clinic June 2-6 Junior p S The Golf Club at Cimarron Trails will host a r jnior golf clinic June 2-6. is The clinic is open to any child age 7-17 that is interested in improving or learning the game of r , t golf. There is a limited number per class so early v gnups are encouraged.  Kids ages 7-12 will be in session from 7:30-9  .m. and kids 13-17 will be in session from 9:30- t1 El a.m. Monday through Thursday. A tournament will be held on the final day with tee times given , to junior goffers during the week. The $50 registration fee per player includes the instruction and tournament, awards and flinch on Friday, a golf goodie bag, a T-shirt, and i' lverages. ? For more information contact the pro shop at  547-5701.  Baseball camp set June 2-5 i![ The Perkins-Tryon Demon Baseball Camp will 8 be held June 2-5 at the P-T baseball field. In the event of inclement weather during the week, a m',ukeup day will be June 6. Campers will learn various fundamentals during the camp. It is open to those who will be in the third through ninth grades next year. The cost of the camp will be $55 for early registration. For more information, contact head coach Bobby Buck at 547-1081 or 547-2266. Softball camp set June 9-12 Short stops The first Perkins-Tryon Lady Demon Softball Camp will be held June 9-12 at the Lady Demon softball field along State Highway 33. The camp is tor those who will be in the third through ninth grades next school year. It will be from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. each day. Lunch will be from 11:30 a.m.-noon. The four days of fundamentals will touch on hitting; bunting; fielding, range and ability to cover area; and arm strength, quickness of release and accuracy. The cost will be $60 before June 1. After that date, to registration fee will be $65. It includes a camp shirt, ball, and camp trophy. Lady Demons cage June 16-20 The Perkins-Tryon Lady Demon basketball camp will be held June 16-20 in the P-T Gym- nasium. The camp is open to girls who will be in the 3J-9 th grades next year. It will be held from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. each day with an awards assembly scheduled for the final day. The camp lee will be $60 before June 1 and $65 after that date. The fee includes a camp shirt, a camp ball, and a camp trophy. Fundamentals that will be emphasized will be a winning attitude, live ball movements, post moves, shooting drills, free throws, game situ- ations, shooting instruction, and dribbling and dribbling moves. For more inlormation about the camp, contact Lady Demons head coach Jerry Burnett at 547- 5724. Senior members of the Perkins-Tryon Demons baseball team, in the photo at the right, were recognized during the recent All-Sports Boosters Ban- quet. From left are Abe Cobb II, Jeremy Graham, Travis Eilrich, Brian Carroll, and Aarron Pool. Journal Photos by Keith Sheets More fl the All-S Booste,,I s Banquet recen Golf awards went to Rusty Norrie and Sephanie Duffy during the recent All- Sports Boosters Banquet. Awards were also presented excelling in slow-pitch softb their awards are, from left, ing, Stacy Carter, and Ashley awards were among those the recent Perkins-Tryon A Boosters Banquet. 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