I know it seems early but the dreaded phrase "back to school" will be upon us before you know it, that means fall, that means football. That all means it's almost time for youth football camp.
How would you like to work out with Phil Nash, Tra Carson, Lucas Wacha, Jay Miller, and Cobi Hamilton?
Trinity Sports will be hosting a football camp for boys and girls athletes ranging from grades 1 to 12 completed. This football camp will take place at Trinity Baptist, giving athletes the opportunity to learn from some of the best football minds in our area. This is an amazing opportunity for all players regardless of experience or skill level. It's an intensive two-day camp on July 7th and 8th.
T-Shirts will be provided.
Register before June 18th to get a 23% discount. Just $99. After June that the price goes up to $129. The deadline to register is Monday, July 4th!!
If you have more than two athletes in your house, they have a deal for you: Register 2 and get a 3rd for half price.
What you need to bring:
Refillable Water Bottle w/ name on it
A bag to carry things in w/ name on it
A pair of cleats AND a pair of tennis shoes
Light clothing fit for physical activity in the summer heat
Any needed medications must be brought in a ziplock bag with the child's name, child's grade, and the name of the medication; additionally, instructions on how to best administer the medication are suggested.
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