Basketball camp June 18-20
Trinity High School boys and girls basketball will be putting on the Gold Rush Basketball Camp Tuesday through Thursday, June 18-20.
Session 1 will be for students entering 2nd-5th grades in 2019-20, between 8:30 and 11:30 a.m.
Session 2 will be for students entering 6th-9th grades in 2019-20, between 1:30 and 4:30 p.m.
Cost is $75 and includes a camp T-shirt and ball. Space is limited. Registration forms can be picked up in the Trinity High School Office. Questions? Email email@example.com.
Cheer camp June 24-27
A Youth Cheer Camp is scheduled from 9 a.m. to noon Monday through Thursday, June 24-27, at the Trinity High School gym. This is for students going into second through eighth grade and is hosted by THS Football Cheer Team.
Cost $60 and includes a free T-shirt and cheer bow. Registration forms and information about the camp can be picked up at Weaverville Elementary School or the THS front office. Return all pre-registration forms to the WES or THS offices.
Late registration is welcome but will not guarantee a shirt and bow.
For more information call or text Shannon Thompson at 941-1412.
TAGA golf results
Trinity Alps Golf Course, June 7
The weekly format was changed up with two-person teams playing a best ball net competition.
1st: Dana McNickles and Dale Woodward, 52
2nd: Cheryl Mikkola and Terry Mardon, 53
KP: Chris Althof, 3”
THS Running Camp 2019
Trinity High School is hosting the sixth annual “Running in the Alps” Camp July 25-27.
This is a fantastic opportunity for student-athletes to explore and enjoy the trails deep within the Trinity Alps.
This 3-day/2-night excursion into the Trinity Alps Wilderness with fellow high school runners (entering 9th through exiting 12th graders) is a proven memory of a lifetime, according to camp alumni.
The training available is remarkable; in fact, 22 prior camp alumni have qualified for CIF State championship competitions.
Meals, fantastic swag’(shirts and bags), guest speakers, our famous T-shirt exchange, camp games galore, and a limitless breakfast at the Mountain Meadow Resort, among many other amenities, are all provided for in the cost.
Visit the Trinity High School website at www.trinitywolves.org/, or contact coach Joanne Harper at 739-3645 via text or phone call, or email firstname.lastname@example.org for application forms or any further information.
Organizers promise you no more amenities than an outhouse (this is serious tent-camping), but unforgettable treks to Snowslide Lake and Upper/Lower Carribou lakes.
Elevations don’t dip below 5,000 feet, but do rise over 8,000 feet. All will most likely return home with some sore muscles, ready for a shower, and memories of an outstanding Trinity County wilderness experience of a lifetime.
Thanks to the Trinity Trust and the Weaverville Lions Club, limited scholarships are available for interested student-athletes.
There is no excuse for any adventurous high school student to miss this extraordinary opportunity to explore the beautiful outdoors of Trinity County and the Trinity Alps.