WHS soccer to host final camp in August

The Waxahachie soccer teams are hosting one more camp this summer at Lumpkins Stadium.

A camp for boys and girls in the seventh through ninth grades will be August 13-15.

For more information, contact coach Jason Venable at (469) 337-3103.

WCC offers junior golf camps

Waxahachie Country Club is offering week-long junior camps starting in June and continuing through the end of July. These classes are open to all juniors 6-17 years old. The fee per week is $75.00.

For more information call the golf shop at 972-937-3521 or email Devin Thomas at devint@pga.com to sign up.

SAGU volleyball camps in July

Southwestern Assemblies of God University will be hosting two camps in July.

The first is set for July 2-5 and is for students entering the 9th-12th grade. Times for the first session are from 9 a.m.-Noon.

The second camp is set for July 16-19 and is for students entering the 4th-8th grades.

There will be two different times for campers with the 4-6th graders going from 1-4 p.m. and the 7th-8th graders from 9 a.m.-Noon.

The cost of the camp is $75 and includes a champ shirt.

For more information contact SAGU volleyball coach Hank Moore at hmoore@sagu.edu.

Eagle Advantage basketball camp

Eagle Advantage is hosting a basketball camp at its Waxahachie campus July 9-12. The camp will be split into three sessions.

Incoming 1st-3rd graders will go from 8:30-11 a.m. and 4th-6th graders will go from 12-3 p.m. An afternoon session for 7th-12th graders is scheduled for 3-5:30 p.m. and is only for girls. The cost of the camp is $50 and each camper will receive a t-shirt.

For more information contact coach Christie Massey at (405) 822-2632.

WHS strength and conditioning camp

Waxahachie coaches are conducting a strength and conditioning camp until Thursday, July 26 for incoming 7th-12th grad students.

The camp will take place at the Waxahachie High School football stadium.

The camp will have two sessions beginning each morning at 7:30-9 a.m. and 9:30-11 a.m. The camp runs Monday through Thursday.

For more information contact David Ream at 972-923-4606.

UT denies offering job to OU coach

AUSTIN, Texas (AP) - Add a new wrinkle to the Texas-Oklahoma rivalry.

After Oklahoma's school president said that the Sooners' women's basketball coach, Sherri Coale, turned down the Texas job, Texas women's Athletic Director Chris Plonsky said Gail Goestenkors _ who got the job in April _ was the only coach interviewed.

"We're not sure what circumstances led to this inadvertent misunderstanding, I did not speak to Sherri Coale about our coaching position," Plonsky said in a statement issued late Thursday afternoon.

Goestenkors, who left Duke for Texas, had been widely considered the Longhorns' first choice to replace Jody Conradt when she retired in March.

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