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Monday, November 28
Lady Knights hosting Softball Clinic

The Cabell Midland Lady Knights softball team will be hosting a softball clinic for young ladies from grades 2 through 8 on Saturday, December 10, 2011, from 9 a.m., until 3 p.m., at Cabell Midland High School.

 Cost for the camp is $40.00 per participant and includes lunch and a camp t-shirt.  Specialized instruction in pitching and slap hitting will also be offered from 3 p.m., to 5 p.m.,  for an additional $10.00 per athlete.  Students will get to work hands on with their favorite Lady Knights, including AAA First Team All-Staters Kaity Hanna and Morgan Zerkle.

 Pre-registration is available and encouraged.  To pre-register call Mark or Debbie Hanna at:  304-633-8063 or 304-654-8064 or 304-762-1136.  You can also contact Lisa Kaplan at 304-654-5714.

Team / league discounts are also available.

 "We're excited to be hosting a clinic this year," said head coach Jeanne Lunsford.  "It's been quite a few years since we've done this and many of the young ladies who came to that last clinic will be instructing in this one."

Lunsford noted that kids will get hands on instruction from some of the best softball players in the state as well as a few of the top ASA coaches and players.  "It's a tremendous opportunity for a young athlete to see the basic skills they need to master before moving on to more advanced levels," added assistant coach, Greg Lunsford.  "Too many kids, girls and boys, are rushed through the minor leagues without developing the basic skills to succeed.  We give them and their parents an opportunity to see the right way to throw, run, field, hit and pitch.  It's important that the parents follow along, ask questions and be sure they understand the techniques presented.  After all, it will be up to them to continue to work with their kids to get better."