Fellowship of Christian Athletes Baseball Camp
Published 9:19 am Wednesday, September 12, 2018
The Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA) Baseball Camp was held Aug. 25 at the Keysville Dixie Youth Baseball Field. The event was organized by Randolph-Henry High School Varsity Baseball Head Coach Josh Barmoy, and it featured area coaches and student-athletes from the school’s junior varsity and varsity teams instructing campers from grades 1-8 in baseball fundamentals. Reflecting on the camp, Barmoy said, “As athletes and coaches we have a huge platform, and what we do with that platform shows what truly matters. Through FCA we want others to know Christ and how a personal relationship with Christ can impact the sport of baseball. I was just happy to give back to the community. I was extremely proud of the returning baseball players who volunteered their time on a Saturday to spend with the campers. Our coaching staff did a great job with instruction. They delivered some fun and exciting drills with a mix of competition that made the environment fun. We look forward in preparing a new camp next year that will be a father-son baseball camp. We hope to get more kids out next year.” Those involved in the camp this year gathered for a photo to commemorate the event. Pictured above are, from left, front row, Samuel Critzer, Hyde Hamlett, Spencer Gibbs, Brennen Evans, Travis Carlton, Rutherford Hamlett; middle row, Jay Duffey, K.J. Eames, Dru Lee, Ben Gibbs, Kyle Vaughan, Alex Duffey; back row, Coach Mike Barmoy, Coach Josh Barmoy, Coach Mark Heintzleman, Hunter Rapole, in front, Brenden Francisco, in back, Dalton Lockridge, Colby Jordan, Noah Walker, Carson Gibbs, Winfield Layne, Matthew Newcomb, Caleb Shook, Thomas Johnson, Tyler Case, Matthew Harding, Kendell Goldman and Coach Eddie Pyle.