The Sulphur Springs ISD soccer camp for boys and girls is on the schedule next week. It’s coming up Monday through Thursday (June 24-27) from 6 p.m. until 8 p.m. each day in the Multipurpose Building at Sulphur Springs High School. The camp is designed for boys and girls who will be entering kindergarten through the ninth grade. Cost is $55 per camper but former Lady Cat Soccer Coach Joel Bailey says parents with several kids at camp can receive slight discounts. Registration forms are available at the district website at www.ssisd.net. Parents can also register kids on the first day of camp by showing up at around 5:30 p.m. Monday. Those who register on the first day will get a camp t-shirt. Campers will also receive food prizes during camp. Coach Bailey encourages parents to come to camp with their kids. He says adults can bring lawn chairs and sit around the field in the Multipurpose Building. Coach Bailey says younger and older kids are separated and the kids are grouped based on age and skill level. He says those working the camp enjoy working with the children. Putting on the camp with Coach Bailey will be Wildcats Soccer Coach Alexi Upton, new Lady Cats Coach Javier Aguayo, new Wildcats Assistant Coach Salvador Mejia, new Lady Cats Assistant Coach Kristov Garcia and former Lady Cats Assistant Coach Ross Hicks. Several former Wildcats and Lady Cats players will also be lending a hand. Included are D.J. Abron, Kamryn Wimberly, Chris Hefner, and Makenna Kager. Kager’s Ouachita College teammate, Kaylee Bobbitt of Greenville, is also expected to hep out. For more information on soccer camp contact Alexi Upton at 214 442-3342.