In brief: High school fundraiser, camps, local All-Americans and more community sports news
The Pioneer High School booster club is hosting its annual spaghetti dinner fundraiser for the football program from 6 to 7:30 p.m. Thursday at the school’s cafeteria.
The cost of the dinner is $5 per person, which also gets you one entry into a raffle for the following prizes: A gas grill ($600 value), a $250 beer tasting event for 10 at Wolverine State Brewing and a $150 Hagopian Cleaning Service gift certificate. Additional raffle tickets can be purchased for $5.
The booster club will also team up with Sesi Lincoln of Ann Arbor for a “Drive Smart for Your School” campaign. Test drive a Lincoln vehicle and Ford Motor Company will donate $20 per drive up to $6,000. Vehicles will be available from 4:30 to 8 p.m. at the school’s flagpole entrance.
Pioneer athletic physicals on June 6
Pioneer High School team physicians will conduct athletic physicals for the 2012-13 school year from 6 to 8:30 p.m. on Wednesday, June 6, in the school’s auxiliary gym. The cost is $25 and registration will be done online that evening in the athletic classroom.
Sarah Hoffman named golf All-American
Saline High School graduate Sarah Hoffman was named the an National Golf Coaches’ Association Division II First-Team All-American, one of eight golfers around the country to earn the honor.
The Grand Valley State senior was second in NCAA Division II in scoring average this season (74.76) won five tournaments and finished tied for fifth at the NCAA Division II Championships. She was a second-team selection in 2010 and honorable mention in 2011.
Katie Martin a second-team softball All-American
Pioneer High School graduate Katie Martin earned second-team Daktronics Inc. All-America honors after leading the Grand Valley State softball team (45-15) in batting average, doubles and walks. She was second on the team in hits, home runs and RBIs.
The junior designated player’s name can be found 19 times in the Grand Valley single-season record books, which features the top 10 players in school history in 12 different offensive categories.
Huron boys basketball boot camp
The Huron High School boys basketball team will host a basketball boot camp from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday, June 9. The camp costs $25 and is open to sixth, seventh and eighth-graders. Campers receive instruction from the Huron coaching staff and past players, and each will receive a T-shirt. Registration is available at www.aareced.com.
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Huron Basketball/Volleybal Camp
The Huron High School girls basketball and volleyball programs will put on a combination camp from June 18-21 at the school’s gymnasium. The four-day camp will be split between basketball (9 a.m. to noon) and volleyball (1 to 4 p.m.) with a one-hour lunch and open gym time in between. The cost is $225 for Ann Arbor students. A half-day price of $125 is available if students choose one sport. Registration is available on the Ann Arbor Rec & Ed website.
Father Gabriel Richard girls basketball camp
The tenth annual Father Gabriel Richard Women’s Summer Basketball Camp runs from June 17-21 at the school’s gymnasium. Campers should be entering sixth through ninth grades in the 2012-13 school year. The cost is $130 if registered before June 1, $140 after. Contact Katie Battle at email@example.com for information.
- Dexter High School pole vaulter Michelle Klein is part of coach Sue Parks’ 15-member recruiting class at Eastern Michigan. Klein has set a personal best of 10-feet, 6-inches or the pole vault.
- Joseph Wooley from Saline High School will play football at Heidelberg College, a Division III school located in Tiffin, Ohio.
- Lincoln High School baseball player Zack Dunlop has signed a letter of intent to play at Siena Heights. Dunlop batted .349 as a sophomore and .408 as a junior for the Railsplitters.
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