Forbush baseball, softball hold successful camps


Forbush High School baseball held its annual summer camp for elementary and middle school boys. The campers learned the fundamentals of baseball while also enjoying a slip and slide on the last day of camp. The camp was successful for everyone involved.


Courtesy of Jack Moss

The Forbush High School softball team put together a successful summer camp for local girls. The camp helped the young athletes learn new skills and develop lasting relationships with new friends.


Courtesy of Seth Davis

Forbush High School baseball held its annual summer camp for elementary and middle school boys. The campers learned the fundamentals of baseball while also enjoying a slip and slide on the last day of camp. The camp was successful for everyone involved.

The Forbush High School softball team put together a successful summer camp for local girls. The camp helped the young athletes learn new skills and develop lasting relationships with new friends.

Forbush High School baseball held its annual summer camp for elementary and middle school boys. The campers learned the fundamentals of baseball while also enjoying a slip and slide on the last day of camp. The camp was successful for everyone involved.
https://www.yadkinripple.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/07/web1_FHSbaseball.jpgForbush High School baseball held its annual summer camp for elementary and middle school boys. The campers learned the fundamentals of baseball while also enjoying a slip and slide on the last day of camp. The camp was successful for everyone involved. Courtesy of Jack Moss

The Forbush High School softball team put together a successful summer camp for local girls. The camp helped the young athletes learn new skills and develop lasting relationships with new friends.
https://www.yadkinripple.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/07/web1_FHSsoftball.jpgThe Forbush High School softball team put together a successful summer camp for local girls. The camp helped the young athletes learn new skills and develop lasting relationships with new friends. Courtesy of Seth Davis
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