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Lady Mustang Basketball Camp set

The Lady Mustang Basketball Camp is set for June 23-26 for grades 2-9.

The purpose of the camp is to provide girls the opportunity to learn and improve their basketball skills, with a special emphasis on the fundamentals of the game.

The camp will feature individual instruction with special attention to the development of self-confidence, motivation and friendship.

Campers receive a T-shirt and awards will be given for outstanding play.

The camps are from 9 a.m.-noon for grades 2-6, and 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. for grades 7-9.

E-mail Coach Lindy Lombard at for more information.

Grapevine well represented on all-district baseball team

The Grapevine baseball team had six players selected to the all-district squad this season after finishing the year with an 8-6 record in district and just missing the playoffs.

David Fry was selected as the district's Offensive MVP, while outfielder Kyle Flamm and pitcher David Ash were both named to the first team.

Second baseman Antonio Lima and third baseman Nick Evarts, along with outfielder Dominick Dibella, were all chosen for the second team all-district squad.

Colleyville Heritage names nine players to all-district team

The Colleyville Heritage baseball team had 10 players named to the 6-5A All-District team after wrapping up 12-2 district record and winning a 6-5A championship.

Alex Scherff was selected as the district Newcomer of the Year and Alan McDougal was named Coach of the Year.

Third baseman Logan Swofford, catcher Braden Williams, DH Chris Scherff, outfielder Trey Smith and pitcher Alec Maley were all named to the first team.

First baseman Trevor Jones, catcher Griffin Tolle and pitcher Mitch Stark all earned second-team honors for the Panthers.

Carroll has five players selected to all-district team

The Carroll baseball team had five players earl all-district honors this season after finishing the regular season as district champions and advancing to the regional semifinals before losing to eventual state champion Flower Mound.

Pitchers Ben Leeper and Joe Heineman both received superlative honors, as Heineman was selected district MVP and Leeper was named pitching MVP.

Catcher Drew Brown and outfielder Eric Cole were both named to the first-team squad, and first baseman Garret Hale was named to the second team.

- John English

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