Last updated: June 05. 2014 2:39PM - 234 Views
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The campers and staff of the 2014 Starmount Softball Camp take a break.
The campers and staff of the 2014 Starmount Softball Camp take a break.
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BOONVILLE — Starmount softball coach Sarah Boles said there were a few things that were going to have to happen for Starmount to get in the mix as a softball power.


The first was to assess the talent and abilities of the players at Starmount this past season. The second was to bring back a meaningful summer softball camp.


More than 40 young players came out for this week’s three-day, three-hour-a-day camp to work with Starmount coaches and players.


“I’m pleasantly surprised,” Boles said Wednesday. “I just didn’t know what to expect.”


The camp was open to rising third- through ninth-graders.


“We were optimistic,” Boles said. “I would have been happy with at least 30.


“This is really exciting for us.”


Jim Fuller may be reached at 336-835-1513 or on Twitter @elkinareasports.

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