Tryouts start June 1 and last until June 7. See the www.jysastorm.com for times and locations.
For more information call Sherry Miller at (859) 272-6455 or email email@example.com.
Tough as Nails soccer camp
West Jessamine High School girls' soccer Coach Kevin Wright will host his annual Tough as Nails soccer camp from June 22 to 25 and June 29 to July 2. The camp is for boys and girls from ages 4 to 14 and will be held at Centennial Park in Wilmore.
The camp will concentrate on footwork, skill work such as dribbling, passing, receiving, shooting, heading and goal keeping, and will also include small-sided games.
Participants should bring a ball, shin guards, water, cleats and gym shows.
Wright will be joined by West Jessamine boys' soccer coach Nate Andrews, East Jessamine girls' soccer coach DeAngelo Wiser, West assistants Jen Andrews, Lewis Hale and Jim Smith. Michelle Rayner, University of Kentucky assistant coach, and Anthony Chandler, former Georgetown men's and women's coach, will also be part of the camp's staff.
The cost of registration will be $65 and $55 for additional family members. Registration will be $60 per camper and $50 for additional family members if checks are received before the first day of the camp.
Team rates are available for teams of six or more players. The rate will be $50 per player for teams. Walk-ups are welcome. Participants will receive a T-shirt.
For more information, contact Wright at (859) 533-9948 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
JYS hosting challenger soccer camp
Jessamine Youth Soccer will host their first Challenger Sports British Soccer camp June 15-19 at John Preece Park and is open to all recreational and select players aged from 4-18. Sign up at www.challengersports.com.
Campers receive a free British Soccer Ball and T-shirt, a personal skills evaluation and a soccer poster.
The camp will be staffed by a team of British experts, the camp not only helps your child learn how to dribble, shoot and pass the ball, but they also share lessons on respect, responsibility, integrity, sportsmanship and leadership.
Asbury to host basketball camp
Asbury College will host a basketball camp for kids ages 5-15 on Monday, June 8 through Thursday, June 11. Two sessions are available, an all-day session which runs from 9 a.m. until 3 p.m., and a half-day session which runs from 9 a.m. until noon.
All-day sessions are $100 per camper and half-day sessions are $75 per camper.
The camp will be geared toward the improvement of offensive skills with a special emphasis on shooting technique, offensive moves, and individual workout strategies.
Asbury Head Men's Basketball Coach Will Shouse and Women's Basketball Coach Bart Flener will direct the camp along with a staff of instructors, including members of the Asbury College men's and women's basketball teams. Lunch will be provided for all day campers. Every camper will receive a basketball and t-shirt at the end of camp.
The camp is open to both boys and girls and will have age divisions. For more information contact Will Shouse at 858-3511 ext. 2476 or via e-mail at email@example.com, or the Asbury Athletics Office at 858-3511 ext. 2470. Applications are available for download by visiting the Asbury College Athletics Web site at www.asbury.edu/athletics. Applications are due by June 1.
Parks hosting Maiden at Mingo disc golf tourney
The Nicholasville/Jessamine County Parks and Recreation will host a disc golf tournament Saturday, June 20, at Lake Mingo Disc Golf Course.
Like maiden horses races, designed for horses who have never won a division, the maiden golf tournament is for golfers who have yet to win a tournament in their division.
At the Maiden at Mingo, every winner at the tournament will be winning his or her division for the first time.
Players will only be eligible to enter a division if they have never won a tournament (sanctioned or unsanctioned) in that division.
Registration will start at 8:30 a.m., the players' meeting at 9 a.m., and a shotgun start around 9:30 a.m.