n Oregon Tech’s second soccer camp for players 7-17, will run July 15-18. Camp also will be 9 a.m.-noon. Cost is $109, with a discount for individuals who register online at least one week before the camp.
For information, contact Brandon Porter at 541-885-1626, or at Brandon.Porter@oit.edu.
Tech basketball camps begin June 24, with additional camps starting July 8 and July 15, each running for four days. Skills camps are from 9-11:45 a.m., with game camps from 1-3:30 p.m. each day. Camps are for players 5-18 and will emphasize fundamental skills.
Cost is $109, with a discount for players who register online at least one week before their camp session.
All campers receive a Hustlin’ Owls T-shirt which, if worn during home games, will allow free admission to games.
Volleyball will have youth, junior and elite camps.
Youth and junior camps, which cost $80, run from July 25-27, and will focus on fundamental techniques and rules of the game. The youth camp is for boys and girls in the fifth grade and younger, while the junior camp is for players in the sixth through eighth grades.
The elite camp, for players in high school, will have 20 hours of court instruction, and have 6-on-6 games.
Register for OIT camps at www.oregontechowls.com.
n The 12th annual Quick Handle Trigger Shooting Camp will be held at Klamath Union High School on July 15-17. The camp runs from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm. The camp is for boys and girls ages 8-18. Campers will need to bring a sack lunch and a basketball. The camp will emphasize proper shooting skills. The camp will have competitions and games.
The camp will feature clinician, Wayne Mendezona of Seattle, as well as high school coaches and college players.
Campers are encouraged to register on line at Quickhandle.com. Campers may register the morning of the camp as well. There are reduced rates for siblings, and a discount for a team of six or more players. The cost is $145 which ordinarily is $185. Players can contact Coach Dan Fast @ 541-281-8897