General Skills Clinic
February 6, 13, March 6, 13
Times: U10/12: 6:00-7:30pm, U14/16/19: 7:30-9:00pm
Equipment needed: ball glove, indoor shoes
Sessions will cover throwing, catching, batting, base running and more - all the basics that will dust off the rust, help with technique and set up a great season.
The sessions will be facilitated by Jack Rosentreter and Katie Rosentreter.
Jack is a former coach of the Manitoba Gators - the team his daughter Katie played on until she was 17. Katie eventually moved on to Macon University in Georgia on a scholarship. She also played on the Canadian National Team and was the alternate pitcher for the Canadian Olympic Team in their last Olympics. Jack will be there for all sessions, Katie for the February sessions.
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February 1, 8, 15, March 1, 15, 22, 29
(7:00-8:00pm - full)
$75/player (you can make two payments or pay entire fee at once)
Location - Cochrane
There will be a variety of ages in each time slot. The 7:00-8:00 slot is full.
Each pitcher must bring a catcher (older sibling or a parent). If the catcher is under 18 they must have a catching mask (we have some we can provide if needed)
What is CANptich?
Softball Canada’s national pitching program developed a step by step program focuses on developing the correct technique.
CANpitch clinic will be a seven week program that will introduce and develop the skill of windmill pitching to children and youth. The clinic will teach the basic fundamentals starting at the release point (wrist snap) and working up to starting position (on the pitching mound).
Who should Sign Up?
Any youth player with or without pitching experience
Who is Instructing this Clinic?
Dwayne Singer Certified CANpitch Instructor. Dwayne has a lengthy and outstanding Fastball history that spans over 30+ years