Softball with Santa held at HHS
The camp begins Monday, Dec. 27 and goes through Tuesday, Dec. 28. Cost of the camp is $60 for those who pre-register and $70 for those that sign up the day of camp.
The camp times are Monday from 10 a.m. until noon and Tuesday from 10 a.m. until noon. Camp then resumes on Tuesday from 12:45 p.m. until 2 p.m.
Price includes camp fee and a camp T-shirt that can be worn to any Hahnville softball home game to make the entry fee only $1.
All skill levels are welcome and parents are encouraged to participate the final day of camp. The camp will be run by the experienced coaching staff of the Hahnville High School softball program along will past and present players.
The camp will cover: pitching, hitting, infield and outfield fundamentals. Game strategies will be covered along with actual game-time activities.
Get your information in right away to secure your spot on the field. Registration forms can be found on the Hahnville school Web site. For additional information, contact Coach Bode at Hahnville High School at (985)758-7537 or at home at (985)331-9719.
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