Baldwin City sports briefs
BHS boys hosting basketball camp during spring break
Baldwin High School boys’ basketball coach Eric Toot will be hosting his annual spring break basketball camp next week.
Registration for the camp is due Friday. The camp costs $40 and checks can be made payable to Eric Toot. The registration must be turned in to the Baldwin Junior High School office by Friday.
The camp is for boys in grades fourth, fifth and sixth. It will include fun, fundamentals, shooting and dribbling competitions and live games. The camp will run from 10 a.m. to noon Monday through Thursday in the BHS gymnasium.
Toot is hosting the camp in conjunction with the Baldwin City Recreation Commission. Assisting him will be other BHS coaches and players. Contact Toot at BJHS for more information at (785) 594-2448.
BHS baseball team hosting alumni game on March 21
Baldwin High School baseball coach Brock Hartshorn is looking for all BHS baseball alumni to play in this year’s games.
The alumni games are set for 1 p.m. March 21 at the BHS baseball field, north of the school. It is the last year for the field as new fields will soon begin construction.
The first game of the doubleheader is a seven-inning contest, while the second is a five-inning contest. The alumni will be playing the 2009 BHS baseball squad.
The games are free for alumni, but spectators will be charged $2 for entry. The alumni who play will be given a free BHS t-shirt and fed after the contests are over.
For more information, contact Hartshorn by phone at (913) 207-5213 or by email at email@example.com.
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