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Baseball / Softball Camps

We are fortunate to live in a region that offers great summer camps for baseball and softball.  Check out the information below. 

Shelburne Recreation Baseball Camp
This camp will focus on fundamentals in all aspects of the game of baseball, including drills and activities to better their skills in hitting, fielding and pitching.  All 3 main instructors played college baseball and are all currently coaching middle school, high school and college programs. This week long camp is meant for all little league aged players! Come join us for some fun!! 

Maximum: 20 participants/session
Registration deadline: June 21, 2021
Dates: July 12 to July 16
Cost: $175.00
Ages: 8-12 years
Time: 9:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
Instructors:
Nicky Elderton, SCS Middle School Head Coach
Reece Tanguay, Head Coach Northern Vermont University
Dylan Newton, Head Coach Saint Albans JV Baseball. Mental Performance Mastery Certified Coach

Shelburne Recreation Baseball Camp

Tips on Preventing Injuries

We go to great lengths to ensure our players are safe.  Its top of mind in every thing we do....part of why we have assessments is to make certain players are placed in the appropriate division based on skill level.  Why we stress the importance of warming up, dugout safety, use of helmets, etc.   

But safety doesn't start and stop on the field....here are some articles we thought might be of interest to keep your player safe: 


STOP Sports Injuries

STOP Sports Injuries wants to be sure that you have all the information you need to keep kids in the game for life. Whether you are an athlete, coach, healthcare provider or parent, we have the sports injury prevention tips and tools to make sure safety is your first priority.

NOTE: STOP Sports Injuries is geared towards providing guidance on healthy and safe athletic participation and should not be considered a replacement for speaking with your physician, athletic trainer or other qualified healthcare provider.


 Preventing Baseball Injuries

If a young athlete is throwing too hard, too much, too early, and without rest, a serious elbow or shoulder injury may be on the horizon. If the athlete complains of elbow or shoulder pain the day after throwing, or movement of the joint is painful or restricted compared to the opposite side, see a physician familiar with youth sports injuries immediately.

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