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Swampscott Little League - Baseball and Softball Winter Clinics Start Sunday, March 3rd
SLL Baseball and Softball winter clinics start this Sunday -- March 3rd from 3-5pm at Swampscott High School.
Register in-person before the first clinic on Sunday, March 3 at 2:45 P.M at Swampscott High School.
Please see the information below.
Swampscott Little League Winter Baseball Clinic
Players won’t want to miss out on this great clinic run by Mike Giardi of the Hit Zone. The clinic will cover baseball pitching, hitting and fielding -- and is open to all Registered Little League baseball players between the ages of 8-12 years old. The clinic will be held from 3:00pm -5:00pm at the Swampscott High School Gym and will run for 5 sessions, beginning on Sunday, March 3rd and continue on the following Sundays: March 3, 10, 17, 24 and April 7.
The cost for the clinic will be $20 per player for each 2-hour session. If you sign up for all 5 sessions on or before March 3rd (the first clinic day), there will be a discounted price of $80 (savings of $20). Payments and registration may be made on site (SHS) the day of the clinic.
Swampscott Little League Winter Softball Clinic
Swampscott Little League is offering a softball pitching, catching and skills clinic open to all girls in Minor and Major leagues who are interested in developing their skills as a softball player. The clinic will be led by Katlyn Mallette, who was the starting pitcher for Division 1 Ohio University, is the pitching coach for Taunton HS and has numerous High School awards.
The clinic will be held from 3:00pm -5:00pm at the Swampscott High School Gym and will run for 5 sessions, beginning on Sunday, March 3rd and continue on the following Sundays: March 3, 10, 17, 24 and April 7. The cost for the clinic will be $10 per player for each 1-hour session. Session 1 (3-4pm) is Pitching/Catching & Session 2 (4-5pm) is Softball Skills.
For questions please email Mike Pegnato at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
More About Swampscott High School
Students here earned a Very High performance rating on 2010 state testing in both English language arts and mathematics.
In an effort to further boost academic achievement, teachers at Swampscott High have started a curriculum review and are reviewing the school's schedule.
In addition to academics, students are offered a full plate of athletic programs and some 24 clubs and extracurricular activities.