Future diamond stars


Nathan Ham | Jefferson Post - It was a good turnout for the Diamond Stars softball camp at Ashe County High School, especially from the younger age group. These ladies worked hard on their hitting and fielding for three days of fun in the sun under the direction of varsity coach Bill Key. Coach Key along with current and former players spent three hours each day, June 21-23, working with the up-and-coming softball talent in the county.


Nathan Ham | Jefferson Post – It was a good turnout for the Diamond Stars softball camp at Ashe County High School, especially from the younger age group. These ladies worked hard on their hitting and fielding for three days of fun in the sun under the direction of varsity coach Bill Key. Coach Key along with current and former players spent three hours each day, June 21-23, working with the up-and-coming softball talent in the county.

Nathan Ham | Jefferson Post – It was a good turnout for the Diamond Stars softball camp at Ashe County High School, especially from the younger age group. These ladies worked hard on their hitting and fielding for three days of fun in the sun under the direction of varsity coach Bill Key. Coach Key along with current and former players spent three hours each day, June 21-23, working with the up-and-coming softball talent in the county.
http://jeffersonpost.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/web1_Softball-camp-group.jpgNathan Ham | Jefferson Post – It was a good turnout for the Diamond Stars softball camp at Ashe County High School, especially from the younger age group. These ladies worked hard on their hitting and fielding for three days of fun in the sun under the direction of varsity coach Bill Key. Coach Key along with current and former players spent three hours each day, June 21-23, working with the up-and-coming softball talent in the county.
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