Cape Gazette

Camp P.J. draws 110 athletes in just second year

By Dave Frederick | Jun 21, 2014
Photo by: Dave Frederick Happy campers: Ella Rishko, left, and Payton Nowakowski.

P.J's lacrosse camp with former Cape player and Virginia Tech "Draw Dogg" Meg Bartley at administrative control welcomed 110 campers from 26 schools in a 200-mile radius to five days of fun and camp instruction.

"We are sure that this will grow because of our local kids who don't have to travel to camp and all the others who like coming to the beach," Kesmodel said. Cape is on the lacrosse map, and these facilities are just great for camps and tournaments.

The camp counselors include in back (l-r) Maddy Hess, Kimmy Patten, Anna Frederick, Sarah Piazza, Brooke Lorber and Jane Truffle. In front are Maura Johnson, Gina Voss, Lizzie Frederick, Alec Perry, Liz Carpenter, Meg Bartley, Lilly Dinardo, Katie Yeager and Paige Graham. (Photo by: Dave Frederick )
Players listen to counselors who tell them what the schedule includes for the day. (Photo by: Dave Frederick )
Coach P.J. with former Cape players Liz Carpenter of  Virginia Tech, left, and Alec Perry of High Point. (Photo by: Dave Frederick )
Sister Act:  Anna Frederick, Temple, and Lizzie Frederick, Cape, worked with the younger players. (Photo by: Dave Frederick )
Melina Kotanides is intense during a throw-and-catch drill. (Photo by: Dave Frederick )
Kali Lawson, 8, learns the hardest part of being a goalie is putting on the equipment. (Photo by: Dave Frederick )
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