The Alamosa High School summer baseball team, coached by Jason Romero and Tony Kechter, hosted a three-day camp at the high school field at OMS this week. This was their third annual camp for kindergarten through eighth grade boys and girls. Monday and Tuesday focused on learning and practicing fundamentals, while Wednesday was water day, putting those skills to work while having a blast.
AHS junior Kaden Hardesty helps out a little one with batting basics using a tee.
Juniors Kolten Hillis, Justin Astalos and freshman Dustin Curto show kindergarten participants a catcher's stance on Monday.
Senior Tyler Zimmerman and junior Adam Crowder work with fifth grade participants on catching grounders.
Junior Caden Alonzo supervises pitchers working to perfect their throws.
A game of wiffle ball Wednesday got competitive between the two teams.
Slip-n-sliders enjoyed the hot sun and cold water Wednesday morning.
Freshman Case Zimmerman swings for the fence during Wednesday casual wiffle ball game.
Participant Mario Villalba was congratulated by AHS baseball players/counselors for completing the camp.