Sports Briefs for Feb. 15, 2014


Ocosta’s Anderson earns state award

Ocosta High School coach Aaron Anderson received the Washington State Cross Coaches Association State Class B Girls Coach of the Year award recently.

Anderson’s award was announced at a state clinic late last month. He guided a young Wildcat girls team to a second-place finish at state last fall.

A Hoquiam High School graduate, Anderson completed his second year as Ocosta’s cross country coach. He also coaches track at the Westport school. He had previously been a junior high head coach and a high school assistant in cross country for 18 years.

Aberdeen spring baseball camp scheduled

The 35th annual Aberdeen Parks &Recreation Spring Baseball Camp is scheduled to begin later this month at Pioneer Park and the Bishop Batting Cage Building.

A hitting clinic is scheduled from 5 to 7 p.m. Fridays, beginning Feb. 28. Two defensive clinics are planned from 10 a.m. to noon March 1 and 8 at the same locations.

Aberdeen High coach Shon Schreiber and members of the AHS baseball team will conduct the camp.

The fee is $40 per player for the hitting clinics and $25 per player for the defensive clinics. Players are asked to supply their own equipment. Participants are also asked to bring both tennis shoes and cleats, as instruction may take place in the building or on the field.

Further information may be obtained by contacting the Aberdeen Parks &Recreation office at 537-3230 or dfarmer@aberdeen.wa.gov.

The Daily World

 

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