Roundup: Capital's Wright named lacrosse All-American
Capital senior Joe Wright and University High's Alex Battin lacrosse players have been selected as high school All-Americans, and George Washington midfielder Cole Salmons was selected as an academic All-American.
Wright and Capital teammate C.J. Harvey were also named to the all-state first team by the West Virginia Scholastic Lacrosse Association. GW's Jack Bunn was named to the second team, and 10 Kanawha Valley athletes earned all-state honorable mention - Capital's Mason Jack, Chris Huffman and Jack Dulin; GW's Salmons, Jordan Brack and Trevor Wooten; Herbert Hoover's Josh Coleman and Mike Facemire; and Hurricane's Tyler Sovine and Josh Ellis. (See list, Page 2B.)
Capital High assistant coach John Dulin was named WVSLA Man of the Year for his contributions to the lacrosse community. Dulin has also devoted time to the YMCA Charleston's lacrosse program.
PREP SWIMMING: Winfield's Claire Shanholtzer will sign a national letter of intent to swim at Wells (N.Y.) College at 11:45 a.m. Tuesday in the school auxiliary gym.
BASKETBALL CAMP: Concord's women's basketball team will host its Lady Lion Instructional Camp July 14-16 for girls ages 8-18. Cost, which includes meals, is $200 for residential campers or $170 for commuters. For more information, call Concord women's basketball coach Kenny Osborne at 304-384-5344 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
STATE CAMPS: West Virginia State will host a series of youth sports camps throughout the summer.