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May 10, 2012

SPORTS IN BRIEF: May 11, 2012


New Albany summer camps

The New Albany High School volleyball program will hold its elementary and middle school summer camps July 9-11 at the New Albany High School gymnasium.

Elementary campers (grades K-4, boys and girls) will meet each day from 9-11 a.m., while middle school campers (grades 5-8, boys and girls) will meet from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Cost is $30 per camper. For more information, contact New Albany High School head volleyball coach John Breeding at 812-542-8507.


New Washington boys’ camp

The New Washington Boys’ Basketball Camp will take place later this month for players in grades K-8.

Grades 4-8 will have their camp May 14-15 and 17-18 at New Washington High School. Campers will meet each day after school until 5 p.m.

Grades K-3 will have their camp May 21-24 at the New Washington Elementary School gymnasium. Campers will meet each after school until 5 p.m.

Cost is $25 per camper. Checks must be made payable to New Washington Athletics.

If any questions, contact New Washington High School head boys’ basketball coach Jonathan May at

— Contributed


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