Also in Sidelines: FPC basketball coach hosts co-ed youth camp; Signings, commitments and offers.
A group of orthopedic surgeons at AdventHealth Palm Coast donated $1,750 to the Flagler Sheriff's Police Athletic League, according to a news release.
“The programs that benefit from this donation have a ripple effect in the community by impacting families and setting them on a positive track for their child’s future,” Flagler County Sheriff Rick Staly said in a release. “This money contributes to building a positive relationship between law enforcement and children.”
FPC basketball coach hosts co-ed youth camp
Flagler Palm Coast girls basketball coach Javier Bevacqua will be hosting a basketball camp, Coach Bevacqua's Co-Ed Basketball Camp, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. on June 3-7. The camp, which will be at FPC High School's gym, is open to kids from first to sixth grade. Sigh-ups are from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. at the Teen Center, located at 5510 E. Moody Blvd. The cost is $70 per child ($10 off any additional siblings). Campers will receive a camp t-shirt, daily instruction on fundamentals, and awards and a certificate of completion. The kids will be divided based on age, grade and ability.
Signings, commitments and offers
- FPC boys basketball player Azavier Fleming signed his national letter of intent to play for Cincinnati Christian University. The Eagles are part of the NAIA and compete in the River States Conference. Fleming plans to major in sports management.
- FPC girls soccer player Ashley Puentes verbally committed to play soccer at Valdosta State University. The Blazers are a Division II program that competes in the Gulf South Conference.
- FPC football player Devon Conkrite, who starts on the offensive line for the Bulldogs, received an offer from The Citadel, a Division I team that plays in the Southern Conference.