- May 4, 2018
1. Windermere’s baseball season came to a tough close on Thursday, May 23, when the Wolverines fell 7-4 to George Jenkins in the regional final. Dayton Romig’s pair of RBI and Carson Montgomery’s strong pitching performance (where he went six innings, giving up three runs) were not enough, and the Eagles rallied back to notch the win. The loss ended the Wolverines’ season with a record of 24-5.
2. The Windermere Charge took home the District 14 Top Team Coach Pitch Tournament championship Sunday, May 12. The team — consisting of players Piper DeMichele, Peyton Fuller, Anne Gaffney, Skylar Hernandez, Teagan Johnston, Bea Lauren Lee, Samantha Ozim, Maci Pyles and Paige Winters — went 14-2-1 on the season.
3. The Rosen Jewish Community Center, 11184 S. Apopka-Vineland Road, Orlando, will be hosting its pop squad camp from Monday, June 3, to Friday, June 7; and from Monday, Aug. 5, to Friday, Aug. 9. The camp will offer students a chance to learn dance, cheer and practice jumps, pompoms and tumbling. For more information, contact Rosen JCC at (407) 387-5330.
4. The Orlando Tennis Academy, 6189 Winter Garden-Vineland Road, Windermere, is hosting its tennis camp from Monday, May 27, to Friday, Aug. 9. Expert coaches will train children of all skill levels in tennis while allowing time for swimming, games and other fun activities.
5. The Dr. P. Phillips YMCA will be hosting its annual basketball camp from Monday, June 3, to Friday, June 7 (fourth through sixth grade); and from Monday, June 10, to Friday, June 14 (first through third grade). There campers learn the basic fundamentals of basketball such as dribbling, shooting, passing and basic principles of defense. To learn more, email [email protected] or visit dpycamps.com.