Webb School Plans Hoop, Soccer Summer Camps

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The Webb School in Bell Buckle is hosting a two-day intensive Basketball Skills Camp and a weeklong Soccer Youth Camp this summer. The Basketball Skills Camp will be held Thursday and Friday, June 24-25 from 9 a.m. to noon for girls and boys currently in the 1st to 8th grades. The camp will cover shooting, ball handling, competitive drills and games and emphasize the fundamentals of the game. Coaches Jeff Mitchell and Scott Dorsett will direct the Basketball Skills Camp, with current varsity players at The Webb School providing assistance. Cost is $60 per camper (includes camp T-shirt). For more information, contact Coach Dorsett directly at 615-653-2607, or via email: sdorsett@webbschool.com. Soccer enthusiasts can attend Webb’s 10th Annual Soccer Youth Camp. The full-day, weeklong camp will be held Monday, July 19 to Friday, July 23. Activities will begin each day at 9 a.m. and end at 6 p.m. (includes lunch). The soccer camp offers younger players the opportunity to enhance their technical abilities. In addition to skills development and scrimmaging, players will learn about tactical positioning and what that means for their team. Coaches Adrian Anderson (former collegiate player for San Diego State University) and Andy Lyon (Nottingham, England) will lead the soccer camp with help from Webb’s assistant coaches, local club team and high school coaches, and Webb alumni who have gone on to play at the college level. The camp is for students age 7-15 (rising 2nd to 9th-graders). Cost is $150; a $50 deposit is due at the time of registration. For more information and to register contact Coach Anderson via email at aanderson@webbschool.com. The Webb School is a day/boarding college-preparatory school located in Bell Buckle, Tenn. For more information about The Webb School visit: www.thewebbschool.com. Camp registration forms are also available online at: http://www.thewebbschool.com/athletics.
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