Kids can learn sports from the Pioneers
Posted by Chris Pugh
The Malone University Department of Athletics will offer summer sports camps for young athletes that are designed for all skill levels and aim to provide a challenging yet enjoyable experience.
Camps are offered in the areas of:
Boys and Girls cross country: July 8-11
Football: June 12-14
Boys and girls soccer: June 14-16 or June 18-21
Softball: July 11-12
Volleyball: June 18-20 or June 25-27
Register or learn more at www.malonepioneers.com
FIRST LOOK – ESPN has a great look at the new NCAA 13 video game. You can read the review here.
DAY FOR DADS – Dads, the Pro Football Hall of Fame is offering a great way to connect with your kids.
Day Out With Dad offers tickets to the museum and a day of events at Fawcett Stadium on June 9.
You can find more information about the event here.
LOOKING FORWARD TO THE REMATCH – The Ohio State men’s basketball team will face Duke again in November in the ACC-Big 10 challenge.
CHECK OUT THE CHARGE – The Canton Charge has an open house to advertise season tickets for the upcoming season 4-6 p.m. Tuesday at the Canton Memorial Civic Center.
You can reserve tickets here.
NOT GOING ANYWHERE – Don’t worry Cavaliers fans, Kyrie Irving says he’s not leaving the team any time soon.
HAPPY 100 – Ace Parker recently became the first NFL Hall of Famer and only fourth player in history to turn 100.
His career is detailed here.
SOCIAL MEDIA AND AMERICA’S PASTIME – Want to know how your favorite baseball team is doing in social media? This graphic does a great job of showing fans consumption of social media.
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Posted on May 21, 2012, in Sports and tagged Ace Parker, baseball, Canton Charge, Chris Pugh, Duke, Kyrie Irving, Malone University, Ohio State, Pro Football Hall of Fame, social media, sports camps, View From The Pugh. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.