The Kenai Central High School cheerleading camp will be Wednesday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the commons, with physicals to follow on July 24 at 10 a.m. The camp is a chance to show school spirit and support the Kardinals. Bring tennis shoes and wear comfortable clothing. For questions, mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Kachemak Skeeters are seeking squads to participate in their first annual competitive trap shoot on Saturday at 8 a.m. at the Kachemak Gun Club in Anchor Point. Only 20 squads will be allowed to participate. A squad must consist of at least one member of The Kachemak Skeeters Club and four other members.
The entry fee is $500 per squad. The Kachemak Skeeters is a team-based youth development program of the Scholastic Clay Target Program. The program gives boys and girls in elementary through high school the chance to participate in the sports of trap, skeet and sporting clays. For more information about The Kachemak Skeeters or to register or the competitive trap shoot, contact coach Chad Deakins at 235-0588 or Rick Swenson at 299-1819.
The 19th annual All Alaska Football Camp for grades nine through 12 was held June 20 to 23 at Colony High School. The camps featured instruction from top college coaches across the nation.
Several local athletes were able to leave the camp with awards. In the Senior Division, Jared Duncan of Soldotna was named the No. 1 running back and Tate Syverson of Soldotna was named the No. 2 tight end. Also in the senior division, Richard Munoz of Homer was the Most Improved Offensive Lineman, and Tyler Marcuson of Soldotna was the Most Improved Defensive Lineman.
In the Junior Division, the No. 1 running back was Nick Snyder of Soldotna. The Most Improved Offensive Lineman was Lincoln Johnson of Nikiski.
The Skyview football gear checkout has been moved from July 18 to July 19 from 6 to 9 p.m. An on-site sports physical will also be available for all athletes for a cost of $25. Physicals will run from 7 to 9 p.m.
If you have questions, please call 398-6392.
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