You could call it "Wrestling 101".
The Rubicon Introduction to Wrestling Camp, held in the Solanco wrestling room July 23-25, is designed to teach the basics to kids entering kindergarten through sixth grade.
Solanco Elementary Wrestling program coaches served as the lead clinicians for the camp, which is free for Solanco students.
The SECA Sharks lost 107-37 to visiting Conestoga Valley Tuesday, July 16, in a swim meet halted by a storm after 16 events.
Former Solanco High tennis players Annie Hammel and Thea McCullough are assisting aspiring athletes who are following in their footsteps.
Hammel, McCullough, and Hammel's husband, Mike, are serving as instructors at Solanco Tennis Camp.
Things are going swimmingly at the SECA Pool.
The organization's annual swimming lessons remain popular and paramount.
Led by SECA Sharks swim team coaches and SECA lifeguards, lessons run from June 17-August 8.
Mike May tossed five shutout innings to earn the win and knocked in five runs to spark the Solanco Midget baseball team to a 9-1 triumph over visiting Strasburg Willow Street Monday, July 1, at Solanco High School.
Approximately 60 aspiring soccer players spent four nights "Kickin' It with the Mules" at the Solanco Soccer Camp.
Boys and girls entering kindergarten through sixth grade honed their skills June 24-27 under the direction of Solanco High coaches and players.
"It's just a really great week for building relationships and rapport between the younger kids and the older kids," Solanco girls soccer coach Ken Yoder said.
Chad McDowell views the Solanco Girls Basketball Camp as an opportunity for his high school players to accomplish two objectives while serving as instructors.
The Mules varsity coach says the camp provides his players with a way to give back and say thank you.