|Sports Briefs: 05-31-13|
|Written by Sentinel-Tribune Staff|
|Friday, 31 May 2013 09:41|
BG track earns academic recognition
CLEVELAND - Four members of Bowling Green's track and field team received All-Mid-American Conference recognition Thursday.
The four were Shana Flanary, Abby Koch, Brooke Pleger and Natalie Sommerville
Flanary has a 4.0 grade-point average in pre-athletic training; Koch a 3.87 GPA in communications disorders; Pleger has a 3.78 GPA in nursing; and Sommerville has a 3.91 GPA in biology.
Six Falcons received honorable-mention recognition - Perrysburg High School graduate Andrea Alt, Maria Meredith, Jasmine Redman, Jeanette Pettigrew, Krystin Reiser and Allison Weimer.
Girls basketball camp planned
Bowling Green High School girls basketball is holding its annual youth camp June 24-27 from 9:30-11 a.m. in the BGHS gymnasium.
The camp is conducted by current and former players and high school coaches. The cost is $60 dollars per camper.
The camp is open to incoming fourth, fifth, sixth, seventh and eighth graders.
For additional information contact Jeff Nichols at (419) 308-0117.
BGCC plans youth golf clinic
The Bowling Green Country Club will hold a youth golf clinic June 12, 14, 19 and 21 from 10 a.m.-noon for players age 8-10.
For more information or to enter, call the club at (419), 352-3100, ext. 2 or (419) 266-8457.
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