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Sports briefs: Lady Blue Devils camp due Oct. 27-28

By From page B2 | October 14, 2012

With the Davis High girls basketball season just around the corner, head coach Karen Foster has announced the second annual Lady Blue Devil Basketball Camp, set for Oct. 27-28.

The two-day teaching and scrimmage clinic is open to third- through eighth-grade girls. Kids will be given a crash course on fundamentals, get to play age-appropriate pickup games and meet their Blue Devil heroes, who will join DHS coaches in providing the instruction.

For additional information, contact Foster at 530-400-9768 or karenf@calnevumc. Pictures of previous camps and registration forms are at www.davisbluedevils.com.

DHS boys lacrosse

Registration for Blue Devil boys lacrosse begins Monday online at www.davislacrosse.org.

Club officials ask that all interested players, grades nine through 12, sign up before the end of October.

There will be a parent/athlete meeting on Nov. 14 from 6:45 to 8:30 p.m. at Harper Junior High, 4000 E. Covell Blvd.

For additional information, contact Lydia at [email protected].

Junior High volleyball

DHS will host a pair of Junior High Volleyball Nights when the Blue Devil varsity girls meet Franklin (Tuesday) and Monterey Trail (Oct. 25) in a couple of key Delta Valley Conference matches.

“It’s a really awesome (way for) teams to come together, sit together and make a whole team get-together out of it,” says DHS coach Julie Crawford says.

Game times are at 6 p.m. and matches will be played in The Cage (south gym).

Junior high players in uniform, and their coaches, will get in free.

Corrections

While he wishes he could take a mulligan, staff writer Bruce Gallaudet has given himself a triple-bogey on his Friday report “Long Day on the Links.”

In the article, DHS golfers Haley Mitchel and Kaity Honeychurch are identified as 10th-graders. They are juniors. Gallaudet mentions the Blue Devil girls played from the red tees. They actually hit from the gold tees (almost 700 yards longer at 5,212). Lastly, Mitchel shot a 94, not the 84 that was reported.

Bruce Gallaudet

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