Trinity Bowling Camp
These camps will cover all phases of the game and is designed to teach students successful competitive bowling techniques. Camp will be held at Kingpin Lanes in Jeffersontown and is directed by Trinity Bowling Coach John McCarthy. See below for more information about each camp:
REGULAR CAMP: This camp is in its 15th year and is open to boys and girls entering grades 4 thru 9 or any average or skill set. With high school bowling becoming a KHSAA-sanctioned sport year seven years ago, student-bowlers are beginning to get the same college opportunities enjoyed by athletes in other sports. Student bowlers can now improve their game over their summer, while being taught by some of the best bowling coaches in the area. This camp is being put on and conducted by the coaching staff of Trinity High School, the four-time Kentucky State Champions (2003,2004,2008 and 2009) and hosted by Kingpin Lanes.
Dates – June 7 – 11
Times – 9 a.m. – noon
Cost – $115.00
ADVANCED CAMP: This advanced camp is for bowlers looking to make the next step and improve their scores. It is open to boys and girls entering grades 8 thru 12 that average over 120. We will work on improving your aim, spare shooting and lane play. This camp would be a great help to anyone interested in bowling in college. This camp is being put on and conducted by the coaching staff of Trinity High School, the four-time Kentucky State Champions (2003,2004,2008 and 2009) and hosted by Kingpin Lanes.
Dates – June 1 – 3
Times – 6 – 8:45 p.m.
Cost – $125.00
Contact John McCarthy at 502-558-2241 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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