Turnout widespread for softball camp

Richard Fierova photo Participants in the Woodsboro Summer Softball camp were front from left, Danica Brionez, Kaygan Lewis, Jesenia Arredondo, Akayliah Walker, Ramzie Jaso, Isabella Gonzales, Sophie Serrato, Cambry Cisneros, Skielar Castillo, Addison Valenzuela, Sierra Rivera, Ashlynn Lewis, Jaxyn Schulz, Cheyenne Tully, Sidney Castillo; back, Coach Jaime Cano, Hailey Allen, Sandy Kay Thompson, Miranda Mead, Tonya Rodriguez, Macie Rocha, L'Emay Thompson, Addilyn Chaisson, Emma Howard, Aristyn Moreno, Jaqulynn Tully, Leila Villegas, Maddie Martinez and Coach Elizabeth Ramirez. Not pictured is Aniya Zena.

WOODSBORO – The Woodsboro softball camp had participants from Woodsboro, Refugio, Beeville and surrounding communities. Some came from as far away as Buda.

On day one, the campers devoted time to the fundamentals, skills and drills of fielding, throwing and catching. The campers also worked on base running and sliding. 

“Sliding is when you can tell which players love to play in the dirt. One of the drills of sliding  the girls enjoyed was the wet slip and slides,” said Camp Coach Jaime Cano.

On day two, the girls worked on the fundamentals; skills and drills of hitting, bunting and slap hitting.

“The young ladies really worked hard in honing their skills and had a great attitude. My camp staff did a great job in working with each individual. Thank you to all the campers, parents, grandparents and staff,” Cano said.