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PRCC baseball to host developmental leagues in fall

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This is a news release from Pearl River Community College

Pearl River Community College will host a two developmental leagues this fall for young baseball players.

These will be month-long camps that will feature evaluation, instruction and competitive games. Wildcat coaches and players, led by head coach Michael Avalon, will teach and evaluate players throughout the course of the league.

The first will be the Fall Developmental League for players who will be entering junior high grades (7-9) this fall.

The camp will begin Sept. 6 with a practice and evaluation period with members of the PRCC coaching staff.

Games will begin Sept. 10, with games on Monday nights and Tuesday nights, along with some Saturday games as needed, through the month of September. The final day of the camp will be Oct. 1.

The junior high camp is limited to the first 50 players who sign up. The cost is $225 and includes a game shirt. A registration form is available on the Baseball page of the school’s website, prcc.edu. Deadline for entries is Aug. 31. 

The Fall Developmental League for players who will be entering high school grades (10-12) this fall will begin Oct. 10, with a pro-style showcase and evaluation with the Wildcat coaches.

All players will participate in a practice led by PRCC coaches and players on Oct. 13, and games will begin on Oct. 17. Each team will play six games on Monday, Tuesday and Thursday nights over the remainder of October. The final day of the camp will be Nov. 5.

The high school camp is limited to the first 75 players who register. Cost is $225 and includes a game shirt. Players can print out and send in the form on the Baseball page at prcc.edu.

For more information, contact Kyle Dolan at (601) 596-6217 or at jdolan@prcc.edu.

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