Whitnall Youth Baseball Registration Still Open

May 4, 2011

Registration for the 8th Annual Whitnall Youth Baseball Camp is still open!

 

 

 

The 8th annual Whitnall Youth Baseball Camp is accepting registration. The camps are for boys and girls ages 6-14. Kids will learn the fundamentals of the game, improve their overall skill level and have fun at the same time! We have a 7:1 camper to coach ratio which truly allows our coaches to give your son/daughter individual coaching.

 

 

 

The camp is organized by Brian Johnsen who is the head baseball coach at Whitnall High School and his staff along with players from the program. Coach Johnsen is in his 8th year as the head coach at Whitnall after playing collegiately at Ripon and Carroll as well as at Franklin High School. Whitnall has improved its record for seven consecutive years under Coach Johnsen. Coach Johnsen is also an elementary physical education teacher in the Greendale School District and has 7 years experience teaching at the elementary level.

 

 

 

Registration is available online at www.wybcamps.com.

 

 

 

Camp #1 (ages 6-10)

 

June 13-15 9:00-11:30

 

Schoetz Park, Hales Corners

 

$80

 

 

 

Camp #2 (ages 11-14)

 

June 20-22 (9:00-11:30)

 

Schoetz Park, Hales Corners

 

$80

 

 

 

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