Kelsey Nunley-Moore To Conduct Softball Camp July 15-16

Tuesday, June 18, 2019

Kelsey Nunley-Moore, the newest softball assistant coach at Soddy-Daisy High School, has announced her first camp since joining coach Travis Hale’s staff in May.

The camp will be for players aged 9 and up and will be held at the Soddy-Daisy kids club from 9 a.m. to noon on July 15 and 16. Tune up with collegiate-level or higher instructors for the upcoming season and beyond.

There will be pitchers, catchers, infield and outfield players/instructors present.

The Monday focus will be on defense, hustle, attitude and the importance of practice. On Tuesday, the focus shifts to offense, scrimmages with situational instruction and end with some water fun.

Some camp awards and door prizes will be handed out.

Price for the camp is $50 for one day and $100 for both days. The cost drops to $95 if campers pay in advance. The second camper from the same family will half off and current students will be discounted.

For more information, email Nunley-Moore at kjnunley33@gmail.com or phone her at 423-443-7876.


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