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Local Roundup: SEB's Weaver inks with EGSU

    BROOKLET —     Southeast Bulloch’s baseball season came to an end two weeks ago in the first round of the Class AAA state playoffs, but plenty of games remain in the future for departing senior Gage Weaver.
    On Tuesday morning, Weaver signed a letter of intent to play for East Georgia State College. Weaver was excited for the opportunity to continue his baseball career just up the road in Swainsboro.
    “I think it’s a good fit,” Weaver said. “East Georgia really showed me more attention than any other school I talked to and it will definitely be nice to play and go to school so close to home.”
    This season, Weaver helped to lead the Yellow Jackets to their second state tournament during his time with the team. A versatile player throughout his time at SEB, Weaver will continue to produce at various positions as the Bobcats plan on using him as both a pitcher and catcher.

Southeast Bulloch hoops camp
    BROOKLET — Southeast Bulloch Youth Boys and Girls basketball camp for rising third through eighth graders will take place Monday, June 3 through Wednesday, June 5. The camp begins daily at 8:30 a.m. and concludes at 12:30 p.m.
    The Camp cost is $40. All campers will be provided with a t-shirt and a daily snacks. For further information about registration call John Page at (912) 842-8440 or (912) 823-9378.

GSU baseball camps
    The Georgia Southern Baseball Youth Camps are schedule for June 17-20 and July 15-18.
    Each camp will offer instruction in all aspects of the game and each player will participate in a game each day.
    The camp is offered to middle school players. It will run from July 7 until July 10. The camp will feature instruction on defense, hitting, pitching and other fundamental skills. Each player will also participate in a game each day.
    The final GSU baseball camp of the summer, the Prospect Camp, will be held on Aug. 17.
    The one-day camp features instruction and a showcase/pro-style workout. The instructors will teach the skills necessary to reach the collegiate playing level.         All Georgia Southern sports camps are open to any and all applicants and are limited only by the number of slots available per camp and the age, grade level and/or gender of the participant.
     For more information or to register, go to