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Camps/Clinics

Baseball

The 2018 David Shelton Baseball Camp will be held on June 4-8 at Ken Campbell Field on the Walters State campus in Morristown, from 9 a.m. until noon each day for campers ages 6-13. Check-in time on Monday will be 8:30 a.m.

The primary goal of the camp is to help each camper fulfill their maximum baseball potential during a fun-filled week of camp. No superstar campers are expected, but rather young people who are interested in learning and improving fundamental techniques that will improve his baseball skills.

Instructors in addition to David Shelton will be Walters State assistant coaches and baseball players. It will be a fun, action-packed week of baseball.

Each camper must furnish their own bat and glove. Balls will be furnished. Each camper will receive a T-shirt on the final day of camp. The concession stand will be open each day.

The camp fee is $100 per camper if registered before June 1. The fee is $125 if registering after that date. Registration forms are available through the Walters State athletics website at www.ws.edu/athletics or at the Walters State athletics offices adjacent to ‘Z’ Buda Gymnasium and Assembly Hall on the Morristown campus.

For more information or to request an application, contact Shelton by phone at 423-231-0338 or by email at david.shelton@ws.edu.

The Future Stars Baseball Camp will be held on May 21-23 at Hardin Park’s Optimist Field in Greeneville from 9 a.m. until 12:30 p.m. each day for campers ages 6-13.

The camp will be taught by current college baseball players Milligan’s Chase Connelly, Roane State’s Lincoln Bowman and Drew Patterson, King’s Garren Jackson and Eastern Kentucky’s Austin Perry.

The cost of the camp is $60 with $10 off per sibling, and the cost covers players insurance, a T-shirt, drinks, a pizza party and umpire fees.

Skills and drills will be emphasized on May 21 and 22 with game day and a pizza party on May 23.

The deadline to register is May 11.

For more information or to register, contact Chase Connelly at 423-327-5704.

The Carson-Newman summer camp schedule for baseball has been set by coach Tom Griffin featuring an all-phase, hitting, pitching and catching camp throughout the month of June at the Silver Diamond Baseball Complex.

The all-phases camp is set from June 11-14 from 9 a.m. until noon and is geared toward ages 6-12 and covers baseball skills from hitting and fielding to team defense and bunting. The cost per player is $125.

The hitting camp runs June 18-19 and the pitching camp June 20-21. They are split into two sessions. The 9 a.m. through 11 a.m. session is for players ages 6-13, while the 1 p.m. through 3 p.m. session is geared toward high school players. Both sessions cost $75.

The hitting camp will work on all fundamentals and drills for hitting and bunting while the pitching camp will introduce drills and strength training specific for pitchers.

To close out the slate of camps is the Elite Catching Camp from June 24-26 that is available to eighth graders through high school athletes. Day one will take place from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. and the final two days will go from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. The cost is $200 per person.

Griffin has 25 years of coaching experience at the college level. He has been a catching instructor and speaker at various camps and clinics. Griffin is the producer of “Catch It, Block It, Throw It,” an instructional catching video. In 2007 and 2012, Griffin’s catching coaching skills were on display as the featured speaker at the ABCA Coaches Convention.

“This is an intense catching camp for the serious player,” Griffin said. “It is designed for high school catchers who want to learn techniques and drills to take them to the next level.”

Griffin will cover techniques in the camp including stances, calling the game, mental aspects, receiving drills, blocking drills, throwing, plays at the plate, bunts, pop-ups and wild pitches.

To sign up, fill out the form in the brochure found online at cneagles.com and mail with payment to the Carson-Newman baseball office. For more information, call 865-471-3465.

Basketball

Morristown East girls basketball coach Michael Potts has announced the dates for the Lady Cane Individual Basketball Camp.

The camp will be held on May 21-24 from 9 a.m. until noon each day inside Isenberg-Siler Gymnasium at East High School for girls in grades 4-9. The cost of the camp is $70 per camper.

The camp focuses on improving fundamentals and is designed for the development of each player regardless of size, age, ability or prior experience.

Each camper will also increase their knowledge of the game while building fundamentals to create a solid foundation for the future.

For more information, contact Potts at 423-231-1282.

Coach Mark Wolfenbarger has announced his dates for the fourth annual “Elite Youth” basketball camp

The camp is open for upcoming first and second grade boys and girls. The camp will be May 21-24. The camp will be from 9 a.m. until noon each day at Alpha Intermediate School.

The cost of the camp is $60 and each camper will receive an Elite Youth shirt. The camp will focus on fundamentals.

For more information call or email Wolfenbarger at 423-748-8009 or wolfenbargerm@hcboe.net.

Coaches Mark Wolfenbarger and Anita Helton have announced their dates for the 8th annual “Rising Stars” basketball camp.

The camp is open for upcoming 2nd through 5th grade boys and girls.

The camp will be May 29 through June 1. The boys camp will be from 8 a.m. until noon, and the girls camp will start at 1 p.m. and end at 5 p.m. The camp will be held at Manley Intermediate.

The cost of the camp is $80, and each camper will receive a Rising Stars T-shirt. The camp will focus on fundamentals and leveled competition. There will be competitions for Camp Champ tee shirts.

For more information, call 423-748-8009 or e-mail wolfenbargerm@hcboe.net for Coach Wolfenbarger or call 423-312-5518 or email heltona2@hcboe.net for Coach Helton.

Morristown East boys basketball coach Ryan Collins has announced the dates for the WA1T (We Are 1 Team) Basketball Camp.

The camp will be held on May 30 through June 1 for students entering grades 2-8 in the 2018-19 school year inside Isenberg-Siler Gymnasium at East High School.

The ‘Canes Camp for grades 2-5 will take place from 9 a.m. until noon and the East Elite Camp for grades 6-8 will last from 1 p.m. until 4 p.m. each day.

Campers will be divided into groups based on their age, size and ability. The goal is for each individual camper to develop into a more complete basketball player through the emphasis of basketball fundamentals and skill work in a fun, yet challenging environment.

The camp is designed to emphasize the improvement of skills such as shooting, ball handling, passing, defensive footwork and individual moves through drills as well as individual and team competitions.

The Morristown East boys basketball coaching staff and players will ensure each participant is given quality supervised instruction.

The cost of the camp is $50 per camper or $15 per day if the camper cannot attend all three days. Make checks payable to Ryan Collins. All campers will receive a T-shirt.

For more information or to register, contact Collins by phone at 423-773-6210 or by email at collinsr4@hcboe.net.

Carson-Newman’s men’s basketball program will play host to a trio of camps this summer, running from June 4-8, July 2-6 and Aug. 6-10.

Assistant coach Shane Williams runs the Drill Factory for boys and girls in grades 3-12. The June and July camps run 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., with the Friday of instruction finishing at 2 p.m. The August camp goes from 9 a.m. till noon.

Early drop off is available. Full payment is due with the application, which can be found here. Both camps are $145, or $260 for a player who wishes to participate in two of the camps.

Williams is also starting a camp for teams running June 1-3.

To register, or for questions, call Williams at 423-943-3037 or email him at swilliams@cn.edu.

Carson-Newman women’s basketball coach Mike Mincey announced Tuesday afternoon that the annual Lady Eagle Basketball Camp will be held from June 11-14 at Holt Fieldhouse for second through eighth graders running from 9 a.m. to noon each day.

Players can expect individual instruction and drills for passing and receiving, ball handling, jump shooting and defensive fundamentals among other techniques. Grades two through five and six through eight will be separated to allow the groups to go at a different pace.

The cost per camper is $70 and includes a T-shirt and the opportunity to win prizes throughout the week. Games will be played on a daily basis for further chances to win prizes.

It is an opportunity to learn from the nation’s best as C-N spent the final 14 weeks of 2017-18 poll in the top 10 finishing the year ranked fifth, the highest ever for a SAC school.

Carson-Newman went to the program’s first Elite Eight after capturing its first SAC regular season crown in 21 years, its second SAC Tournament title and first-ever Southeast Region Championship.

The Lady Eagles matched a school record with 32 wins on the year setting the SAC record in that category by four games. Other records that C-N now holds among SAC schools is most points in a year (3,180), points per game (90.9) and assists (702).

Mincey will serve as the camp director after being named the South Atlantic Conference Coach of the Year and Women’s Basketball Coaches’ Association Region Coach of the Year in 2017-18.

Assistant coach Tatum Burstrom, the program’s all-time leader in three-pointers, will serve as one of the three instructors helping Mincey.

All-Americans Haris Price and Mika Wester will round out the crew. Price was a first-team All-American and named the SAC Player of the Year as a junior while Wester took home an All-American honor and SAC Tournament and NCAA Southeast Region Tournament MVPs.

Jefferson County boys basketball coach Matt Johnson has announced the dates for the 2018 Patriots Rising Stars Basketball Camp.

The camp for incoming third through eighth graders will take place June 11-14 inside the Jefferson County High School gymnasium from 9 a.m. until noon each day.

Hosted by Coach Johnson and members of the JCHS basketball team, the camp will focus on shooting, passing, ball handling and footwork.

The cost of the camp is $75 with discounts available for multiple campers as well as scholarships. Mail the completed registration form with payment to Matt Johnson, Jefferson County High School, 115 W. Dumplin Valley Rd., Dandridge, TN 37725.

For more information or to register, contact Johnson by email at mjohnson1@jcboe.net or by phone at 802-735-5882.

Veteran Walters State coach Bill Carlyle has announced the dates for his summer boys’ hoops camp to be held inside ‘Z’ Buda Gymnasium on the Walters State campus in Morristown.

The 2018 Bill Carlyle Championship Basketball Camp will be held on June 25-28 for boys entering grades 2-9. The times will be from 9 a.m. until 2 p.m. each day.

Local college coaches and players, as well as area school coaches will serve as camp instructors. Secondary insurance will be provided for each participant, and the cost of the camp will be $90 per camper ($10 non-refundable deposit required) with everyone receiving a camp shirt.

The camp will also be held in a climate-controlled gymnasium. Registration forms are available through the Walters State athletics website at www.ws.edu/athletics.

For more information or to sign up for the camp, contact Carlyle or Sherry McGinnis at 423-585-6754.

Cheerleading

Carson-Newman cheer coach Christy Bowlin has announced a cheer camp for July 20-22 for third through ninth graders.

The camp will feature a cheer class and chant class. Sessions on jumps, stunts and pyramids. The introduction of two pom routines and private coaching sessions.

The cost of the three-day, two-night camp is $205 per camper/coach for campers staying overnight, and $175 per participant/coach for those commuting. Meals are included for both overnight and commuter campers.

At check-in, campers will have the opportunity for team and individual photos to be taken by a professional photographer. An information packet will be sent out when registration form is received.

To register or for more information, contact Bowlin by phone at 423-416-2395 or by email at cbowlin@cn.edu.

Dance

Dance Clinics and Auditions for The Elite Company competition dance team will be held on July 5-7 from 10 a.m. until 11:30 a.m. at Dance Elite, 2809 West Andrew Johnson Highway in Morristown.

The first two mornings, Thursday, July 5 and Friday, July 6 are free clinics during which dancers will learn three genres of audition choreography, meet the other dancers and have a great two mornings of dance. On Saturday, July 7, all dancers will audition in pairs before the judging panel using the choreography learned in the clinics.

Parents’ general information about Competition Dance may be found on Dance Elite’s website at DanceEliteMorristown.com. Specific information about the 2018-19 competition season will be available on all three days of the clinics and auditions. Pre-registration is not required. All clinic and audition days are free of charge. Auditions are open to all dancers ages 8-18.

If you are unable to attend the clinics and/or audition days but are interested in auditioning for The Elite Company, send an email to DanceEliteMorristown@gmail.com to arrange an alternate audition date. If you have questions, call Dance Elite at 423-353-1325.

Football

Carson-Newman’s football program has announced a trio of summer camps for May, June and July.

Carson-Newman’s summer camp schedule begins May 29 with a youth football camp that runs until June 1. The camp runs from 9 a.m. until noon each day.

The camps are designed for elementary school players ages 5-11.

This is a non-contact camp devoted to skills, agility, offensive and defensive position development, and promoting proper fundamentals and safety in football.

Campers will receive instruction from college coaches, a certificate of completion, and a better understanding of how to play the game in a safe manner.

Players will need to bring shirts, shorts, socks, cleats, sneakers and sunscreen. Parents should mark all of their children’s belongings.

The cost for the camp is $100. Contact Aaron Hutsell by phone at 865-471-4794 for more information.

Camp No. 2 is the Eagles’ annual offensive line camp. The camp is set from June 10-13 at Burke-Tarr Stadium.

C-N’s offensive line camp will focus solely on the fundamentals of offensive line play. Campers will be divided into age and size groups to enable them to improve and learn at their own pace.

The camp is designed for the junior high and high school athlete who has not yet enrolled for their senior year of high school.

The cost of the camp is $250 for overnight campers and $150 for day campers. The cost includes all meals and a room in the residence halls in the case of the overnight campers.

All campers get a free shirt for coming.

A $100 deposit is required with application (non-refundable after June 1).

Carson-Newman has produced two Rimington Award-winning centers in the last five seasons, and has produced a whopping 29 All-American offensive lineman since 1980. On top of that, the Eagles have generated six All-American linemen in the last eight years.

For more information, contact C-N head coach Mike Turner by email at mturner@cn.edu or by phone at 865-471-3364.

Finally, Carson-Newman will play host to a one-day technique camp on July 14.

The event is dedicated to improving football fundamentals for all high school players entering the ninth grade up to those entering their 12th grade year.

This is a camp devoted to helping campers improve their techniques in the areas of throwing, blocking, tackling, catching, etc. Campers will participate in offensive positions as well as defensive positions.

The cost of the camp will be $35 payable by check or cash if pre-registering and $40 for all walk-ups. All personal checks can be made payable to Carson-Newman Football.

Golf

Millstone Golf Club has announced the dates for its annual junior golf camp.

The camp will be conducted May 21-23 at Millstone for girls and boys ages 6-15. The cost is $140 per camper.

The camp will be instructed by PGA Professional Larry Mills, former Morristown East golf coach Mike Mills and area college players. It will run from 7:45 a.m. until 11:45 a.m. on Monday, 8 a.m. until 11:45 a.m. on Tuesday and 8 a.m. until 11 a.m. on Wednesday with a tournament to be played on the final day.

There is limited space available. For more information or to sign up, call the Millstone Pro Shop at 423-586-4000.

The 2018 East Tennessee Fellowship of Christian Athletes Golf Camp will be held from May 30 through June 1 at Sevierville Golf Club and Wilderness at the Smokies in Sevierville.

The camp is for boys and girls in grades 6-12, and the camp includes two nights stay at Wilderness at the Smokies Resort with use of all three water parks, three days of golf (including instruction and play), all meals and snacks, an FCA Camp shirt and an FCA Camp Bible.

The lead instructor for the camp will be Carson-Newman women’s golf coach Suzanne Strudwick, the 1993 LPGA Rookie of the Year and former Tennessee PGA Junior Teacher of the Year.

The camp will focus on putting, pitching, chipping, sand play, full swing, specialty shots, the rules of golf, course management and golf psychology. The cost is $549 per camper, and there is a $100 deposit due at the time of registration.

For more information or to register, contact Marty Blakely by calling 615-476-4768 or emailing him at martyblakely@fca.org.

Soccer

Carson-Newman head men’s soccer coach Stephen Lyons has announced a trio of summer soccer camps running concurrently from June 3-7.

The first of three camps runs from 9 a.m. to noon each day and is a mini camp for children ages 4-7. That camp is $100.

The second camp is a day camp that starts at 9 a.m. each day and runs to 4 p.m. The camp is designed for players age 7 and up and costs $195.

The final camp option is a residential camp for players age 12 and up. The overnight camp costs $375.

All camps are open to boys and girls.

All campers should bring a ball, sunscreen, shin guards, swim wear, soccer shoes and indoor shoes, spending money for snacks, a water bottle and flip-flops.

Overnight campers should also bring bed lines, pillows and personal hygiene items.

For questions, contact Matt Carr or Stephen Lyons at mcarr@cn.edu and slyons@cn.edu, respectively.

Coach Mike McDonald has announced the dates for his summer soccer camps.

The Mike McDonald Elementary Summer Camp for girls and boys ages 5-11 will be held May 14-17 at Berean Christian School in Knoxville and from May 21-24 at the Wayne Hansard Park soccer fields in Morristown. The camp at Berean Christian will run from 3:15 p.m. until 5:15 p.m. each day, while the camp in Morristown will last from 5:45 p.m. until 7:45 p.m. each day. The cost of each camp is $80.

McDonald is the high school head soccer coach at Berean Christian and a children’s church leader at Compassion Church in Morristown, and he believes in the importance of making soccer fun and teaching the game in a Christ-like environment.

McDonald teaches the technical and tactical skills in a super fun way ensuring that the love for the game is paramount.

McDonald has coached in the Lakeway Area for 16 years and has 37 years coaching and playing experience in both the United States and the United Kingdom. He has trained and coached many teams in East Tennessee including the Regional Premier Champions, Lakeway Kickers, Lakeway Legacy and Lakeway Lady Gremia while also having coached for the Olympic Development Program. He also runs the Mike McDonald Academy during the spring and fall for ages 4-8.

The camp will feature a fun and friendly environment with Christ-like character building as well as technical and tactical lessons.

For more information or to register, contact McDonald at 423-748-0835 or visit mikemcdonaldsoccer.com.

Swimming

Dates have been announced for swim lessons at the Carson-Newman University pool in Jefferson City.

Lessons are ages 4 and up will take place May 14, 15, 17, 21 and 22 from 5:30 p.m. until 6:30 p.m. each day.

The cost is $70 and includes a free T-shirt and certificate, and multiple swimmer discounts are available.

For more information or to sign up, contact coach David Cooper by phone at 423-312-8801 or by email at ffcooper@yahoo.com.

Tennis

The Country Club, Inc. is offering Square One Tennis, a program specifically for adults who have never played tennis or those returning to the sport after time away. Registration is now open for the upcoming session which runs May 22-25.

The Country Club Square One Tennis program will take place on the courts at 1635 Doyal Drive in Morristown. Space is limited. The times will be 6 p.m. until 8 p.m. and the cost is $50 per participant.

Square One is a unique beginner program for adults who have never played tennis or those returning to the sport after time away. Participants use modified equipment and court sizes designed to help them improve their skills and abilities while helping them become more confident in their game. The program uses traditional beginner drills focusing on proper technique with the goal of helping players learn to serve and rally successfully. Those that complete the program are given information about additional play opportunities and next steps in advancing their game.

Numerous studies have shown that for those looking to get active and stay healthy, tennis is an activity that provides many benefits – even to those just beginning. In addition to burning calories, tennis also helps tone and strengthen muscles, improve flexibility, balance, coordination, and reaction time. Tennis also gives people the opportunity to expand their social network, providing opportunities to play recreationally, on competitive teams and with family.

The registration deadline is May 14. To register, call 423-312-2500.

Carson-Newman coach Dave Franklin has announced the dates for the volleyball program’s middle and high school all skills camps for the 2018 summer.

The middle school camp will take place from June 25-27 with times going from 9 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. while the high school camp will be from June 28-30 from 9 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Both camps cost $100 and will take place inside Holt Fieldhouse.

The camp focuses on all aspects of the game with emphasis on fundamentals. Skill development is stressed during instruction on the following areas: serving, serve receive, forearm passing, setting, attacking, defense and blocking.

Campers will be supervised at all times by the C-N coaching staff. They will not be allowed to leave camp for any purpose. Please remember to provide a name and phone number of an additional person to contact in case of emergency. Bring lunch each day or money for pizza and snacks. Campers will receive a camp shirt included in their cost.

Please mail in the full payment of $100 (non-refundable) by May 25 for the camp. Space is limited and registration is on a first come basis. Add the application form from the brochure, which can be found online at cneagles.com, to your payment.

Mail application and make checks payable to

Carson-Newman Volleyball 2130 South Branner Ave.

Jefferson City, TN 37760

To register, or for questions, please contact assistant coach Brandon Row by phone at 865-660-4138 or via email at btrow@cn.edu.

Physicals

The Jefferson County High School sports physicals for students in rising grades 9-12 will be held on May 21 at the Patriot Academy in Dandridge for the 2018-19 school year.

The physicals will begin at 3:30 p.m., with the cost being $10 per student. Everyone must have all DragonFly information completed before the physical.

For more information, contact Dan Jurek at Jefferson County High School by calling 865-397-3182.

Signups

Bowling

Signups are now underway for summer bowling leagues at Victory Lanes in Newport.

Summer leagues are the perfect time for new bowlers to get into the sport, and veteran bowlers can benefit from summer practice too.

The Tuesday 9-pin No-Tap League will take place at 7 p.m. every Tuesday from May 8 until Aug. 7, and the cost is $12 per week.

The Wednesday Morning Coffee League will take place at 10 a.m. every Wednesday from May 9 until Aug. 15, and the cost is $11 per week.

The Senior League will take place at 5 p.m. every Thursday from May 3 until Aug. 16, and the cost is $7 per week.

Bowlers can sign up for the Victory Lanes summer leagues in person, or by calling 423-623-1420.

Tournaments

Golf

The 16th annual Lakeway Fellowship of Christian Athletes Golf Classic will be held on Friday, May 11 at The Country Club, Inc. in Morristown.

The event will have two shotgun starts, one at 8 a.m. and the other at 1 p.m. The cost is $500 per four-man team or $150 for an individual entry. The tournament is a four-man scramble format.

There are six different levels of sponsorship available for the tournament as well, including two levels of tee sponsors and flag sponsors and eagle/double eagle sponsors.

For more information or to register, contact Marty Blakely by phone at 615-476-4768 or by email at martyblakely@fca.org.

Tryouts

Baseball

Jefferson County High School baseball tryouts for rising ninth graders will be held on May 24 from 6 p.m. until 8 p.m. at Patriot Park on the main campus in Dandridge.

For more information, contact Coach Zachary Reese by phone at 865-397-2460 or by email at zreese@jcboe.net.

Basketball

Morristown East boys basketball coach Ryan Collins has announced tryout dates for the varsity and junior varsity teams for the 2018-19 season.

Tryouts will be held on May 14-15 from 3:15 p.m. until 5:30 p.m. each day inside Isenberg-Siler Gymnasium at the school.

All participants are required to have an updated physical on file dated past April 15, 2018, to try out. Hard copies of physicals can be turned in to Ryan Collins or Tim Utt, and those wishing to try out are required to notify a basketball coach of their intent to try out.

For more information, contact Collins by phone at 423-773-6210, by email at collinsr4@hcboe.net

Morristown East boys basketball coach Ryan Collins has announced tryout dates for the freshman boys basketball team for the 2018-19 season.

Tryouts will be held on May 18 from 1 p.m. until 3 p.m. inside Isenberg-Siler Gymnasium at the school.

All participants are required to have an updated physical on file dated past April 15, 2018, to try out and must bring a hard copy to tryouts unless the physical was completed at Rehab Group on April 21, 2018.

For more information, contact Collins by phone at 423-773-6210, by email at collinsr4@hcboe.net or contact freshman coach Telford Rymer by phone at 423-307-7829.

Morristown East girls basketball coach Michael Potts has announced tryout dates for the 2018-19 school year.

Tryouts will be held on May 24 from 1 p.m. until 3 p.m. for all girls entering grades 9-11 inside Isenberg-Siler Gymnasium at the school.

For more information, contact Potts by calling 423-231-1282.

Jefferson County High School boys basketball tryouts for rising ninth graders will be held on May 24 from 1 p.m. until 3 p.m. at the Jefferson County main campus gymnasium.

For more information, contact Coach Matt Johnson by phone at 865-397-3182 or by email at mjohnson1@jcboe.net.

Jefferson County High School girls basketball tryouts for rising ninth graders will be held on May 24 from 3:30 p.m. until 6 p.m. at the Jefferson County main campus gymnasium.

For more information, contact Coach Rick Sinard by phone at 865-397-3182 or by email at rsinard1@jcboe.net.

Cross Country

Jefferson County’s cross country team will begin summer workouts on May 29 through June 1 and June 4-7 from 8 a.m. until 10 a.m each day at the school’s track.

Full time practice will be Monday through Friday beginning on July 9. No experience is needed to participate. Athletes should bring a water bottle and come dressed to run.

For more information, contact Coach William Ehrenclou by phone at 865-951-9121 or by email at wehrenclou@jcboe.net.

Golf

Jefferson County High School golf tryouts for all boys and girls in rising grades 9-12 will be held on June 4-5 at Dandridge Golf Club in Dandridge and Patriot Hills Golf Club in Jefferson City. The tryouts will begin at 9 a.m. each day, with the first day at Dandridge and the second day at Patriot Hills.

For more information, contact Coach Paul Moody by phone at 865-804-6915 or Coach Kelsey Haun by phone at 865-206-4139.

Soccer

Jefferson County High School girls soccer tryouts for those in rising grades 9-12 will be held on May 24-25 from 1 p.m. until 3 p.m. at Leroy Shannon Field on the school’s campus in Dandridge.

For more information, contact Coach Shawn Way by phone at 865-475-6133 or by email at mway@k12tn.net.

Softball

Jefferson County High School softball tryouts for girls in rising grades 9-12 will be held on May 29 from 3 p.m. until 6 p.m. at the school’s softball facility on the main campus.

For more information, contact Coach Hillary Love by phone at 865-397-2460 or by email at hlove@jcboe.net.

Volleyball

West View Middle School has announced that tryouts for the 2018 volleyball season will take place on May 17-18.

On May 17, tryouts for upcoming 7th and 8th graders will last from 3:30 p.m. through 4:30 p.m. followed by tryouts for upcoming 6th graders from 4:30 p.m. until 5:30 p.m.

On May 18, all rising 6th through 8th graders will try out together from 11 a.m. until 1 p.m.

A current physical and parent permission is required to try out.

Jefferson County High School volleyball tryouts for all girls in rising grades 9-12 will be held on May 24-25 from 1 p.m. until 3 p.m. each day at the Patriot Academy in Dandridge.

For more information, contact Coach Torey Yokom by phone at 865-397-5719 or by email at vlowder@jcboe.net.

Wrestling

Jefferson County High School’s wrestling clinic will be held on July 26-28 at the Jefferson County main campus gymnasium.

For more information, contact Coach Dylan Willis by phone at 865-397-2460 or by email at dwillis@jcboe.net.