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5/23/12

Peru State Hosting Athletic Camps

(Peru, Neb.) – The Peru State College (PSC) Athletic Department has announced its summer schedule for
a wide variety of athletic camps, which will be hosted by the various athletic programs. Most of the
camps will be held on campus while baseball will be holding satellite camps at several different
locations.

General information regarding each camp follows, as well as, the website for more information on each.

Baseball Satellite Camps

June 4-6 – Falls City Future Stars Camp for ages 7-18. Members of the Bobcat Baseball coaching staff
and players will provide each camper individualized instruction.

June 11-13 – Nebraska City Future Stars Camp for ages 7-18. Members of the Bobcat Baseball coaching
staff and players will provide each camper individualized instruction.

For more information on baseball camps and registration information, please go to:
www.bobcatbaseballcamps.com.

Girls’ Basketball Camps

June 2 – Shooting Camp for Grades 2-8. This one-day camp will focus on the proper fundamentals
involved in shooting a basketball. All players will receive a personal written evaluation of their shot. This
camp is great for all levels of players.

June 4-6 – Fundamental Skills Camp 1 for Grades 3-8. This camp will focus on the teaching and
development of the basic fundamentals of basketball. Campers will receive daily instruction to address
all areas of skill development. This is a great camp for players looking to establish a base of fundamental
skills or for players looking to develop and fine-tune their skills.

June 7-9 – Fundamental Skills Camp 2 for Grades 9-12. This three-day camp will help players develop
their shooting technique and allow them to focus on the fundamental skills of basketball. There will be
a strong emphasis on defense, rebounding, and individual and team competitions. Bring your “A” game
when you come to this camp.

For more information on girls’ basketball camps, please go to: www.perustatewomenshoops.com.

Football Camps

June 13 – High School Skills Camp for grades 9-12. The High School Skills Camp is comprised of
individual sessions followed by group sessions. Campers will get detailed individual instruction and will
leave camp better prepared for their upcoming season. This camp will be in full pads.

June 14 - Offensive Line/Defensive Line Camp for grades 9-12. The Offensive and Defensive Line camp
offers campers technique and skill development from experienced high school and college coaches from
the region. This camp will be in full pads. Helmets & shoulder pads needed.

June 15 – Junior High Skills Camp for grades 7-8. The Junior High Skills Camp will be broken into
individual sessions followed by group sessions. Campers will get detailed individual instruction and will
leave the camp better prepared for their upcoming season. *T-shirt and shorts. Non-contact.

For more information on the football camps, please go to: www.perustatefootballcamps.com.

Volleyball Camps

June 25-27 – Youth Volleyball Camp for ages 10-18. The volleyball camp is designed to assist volleyball
players by developing, refining and enhancing their competitive skill sets in an enjoyable camp
atmosphere. The staff will work with campers on individual skills and a greater understanding of team
dynamics, both of which are essential elements of competitive athletic programs.

For more information on the volleyball camp, please go to: www.perustatevolleyballcamps.com

Boys’ Basketball Camps

July 8-10 – Boys Skills Camp for grades 3-6. The camp is designed to assist basketball players by
evaluating and analyzing skills of each camper through a variety of activities including some fun. An off-
season workout program will be provided for all campers as well as each camper will receive an
individual evaluation on their current level of ability and what they can do to improve as a basketball
player.

July 11-13 – Elite Skills Camp for grades 7-12. The camp is designed to assist basketball players by
evaluating and analyzing skills of each camper through a variety of activities including some fun. An off-
season workout program will be provided for all campers as well as each camper will receive an
individual evaluation on their current level of ability and what they can do to improve as a basketball
player.

For more information on the basketball camps, please go to: www.perustatebasketballcamps.com

Cheerleading Camp

August 11 – Senior High Squad Team Camp. The one-day camp is designed to maximize a squad’s
potential. Participants will learn cheers, dances, jump techniques, squad-bonding activities and tips on
how each individual can give their best performance.

For more information on the cheerleading camp, please go to: www.perustatecheercamps.com