MOORESVILLE — Students in Mooresville don’t have to sit home all summer and be bored. The school has a variety of options available for athletes to take part in.
Girls basketball and softball camps got an early start and with a new coach, the boys basketball camp is still to be determined, but there are plenty of activities available.
The week of June 28 to July 4 is moratorium week in Indiana and no athletic activities will take place.
Mooresville High School’s summer baseball camp will take place from 10 a.m. to noon June 14-17 on the high school baseball diamond. The camp is for players ages 5-12. There will be a Friday makeup rain day if needed. Participants should bring a mask, bat, glove, hat, tennis shoes, cleats and a batting helmet.
The cost is $50 per camper and $25 for each additional sibling. Checks can be made payable to Eric McGaha. The camp will be staffed by Coach McGaha, his staff and players. Campers will receive a T-shirt.
The camp will focus on fundamentals and campers will receive instruction in hitting, base running and defensive mechanics.
Speed and strength camp
Mooresville High School strength and conditioning coach Craig Ray will be offering a summer program for incoming seventh and eighth-grade students enrolled in Mooresville schools.
The purpose of the program is to focus on improving flexibility, mobility, balance, speed development, agility movements and muscular strength.
The cost is $40 for six sessions and checks can be made payable to Craig Ray. Camp will be every Tuesday and Thursday June 8-24 at Mooresville High School, door 34. Participants should bring a mask, athletic shoes, athletic wear comfortable for exercise and water or sports drinks.
Track and field, cross country
The Mooresville track and field youth camp will be from 9:30 to 11:15 a.m. June14-18 at the high school track complex. The camp cost is $30 for any student entering first through eighth grade. Campers will be split into groups each day based on their age. All campers will receive a Mooresville Track and Field / XC Youth Camp T-shirt and bracelet.
Participants should bring a good pair of running shoes, water and a great attitude. Each day the campers will be under the supervision and direction of several of the high school track and cross country coaches. Campers will rotate through stations and practice the fundamental skills of track and field and cross country: sprinting, jumping, throwing, and distance running. The last day of camp will be a Pioneer Olympics, where each camper will get the chance to compete in several different track and field events. Campers will receive an official electronic time for the running events and official measurements for the field events.
Youth soccer camp
The Mooresville boys and girls youth soccer camp will be from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. on June 21-25 or July 5-9, with half and full day options…