Coaches and student-athletes across Oconee County are hard at work this summer.
For many of them, part of their time is being spent orchestrating and leading summer camps for the county’s younger and rising athletes. Several camps will be offered through the end of July.
The OCS-based camps kicked off two weeks ago with a girls basketball camp at North Oconee High School. That camp served girls from first grade through eighth grade and was led by NOHS girls basketball coach Erick Willis and several of his players.
At the same time, NOHS baseball coach Jay Lasley and some of the Titans led the first of two baseball camps. That camp welcomed in first graders through eighth graders.
Oconee County High School played host to a cheerleading camp that same week. It was open to 4-year-olds through 12-year-olds.
This week, OCHS and NOHS both hosted boys basketball camps. Those were for first graders through eighth graders
NOHS hosted a softball camp this week, too. It was for first through eighth graders as well. Another softball camp at NOHS is scheduled for July 19-22.
This week, OCHS also held a baseball camp. It was for kids in first grade through eighth grade.
NOHS will host a volleyball camp next week. The camp is for third through eighth graders. It will be held June 15-17 from 5-7 p.m.
A softball camp will be held at OCHS across June 21-24. It will last from 9 a.m. to noon and serve kindergarteners through eight graders.
NOHS will host boys and girls lacrosse enthusiasts June 21-23. Those camps will last from 6-8 p.m. and will be for students in third grade through eighth grade.
OCHS will host a volleyball camp July 6-8. The camp is for third through eighth graders and will take place 9 a.m. to noon.
There will be a football camp at NOHS July 12-14. It will last from 5:30-8:30 p.m. and welcome second graders through eighth graders.
OCHS is scheduled to host a girls basketball camp July 19-22. It will serve girls in first grade through eighth grade. That camp will last from 9 a.m. to noon.
Finally, a cheerleading camp is set for July 20-23 at NOHS. That camp, set to bring in 4-year-olds through 12-year-olds, will run from 8 a.m. to noon.
Visit the OCS website for more information about these camps.