Switzerland County High School held its annual spring sports banquet.

Award winners were:

Boys Golf — Most Valuable Golfer, Tyler Konkle; Most Improved Golfer, Morgan Gammons; and Mental Attitude Award, Garrett Demaree.

Baseball — Most Valuable Offensive Player, Cy Young Award and Leadership Award, Cade Rider; Defensive Award, Dakota Wallace; and Baserunning Award, Nathan Scudder.

Girls Track & Field — Most Improved and Heart Award, Keirstan Oeffinger; Newcomer Award-Raylinn Kappes; Most Valuable Field Events, Aleiah Thomas; Most Valuable Trackster-Leah Anders.

Boys Track & Field — Most Improved and Heart Award, J.W. Goldsberry; Newcomer Award-Myles Covington; Most Valuable Trackster, Zach Howlett.

Softball — Offensive Award, Jessie Duvall; Defensive Award, Maddie Duvall; Leadership Award-Maggie Henry; Dirty Bird Award, Madesyn Byrd; Most Valuable Player, Lily Sparks.

Scholastic Awards — Braydan Allen, golf; Leah Anders, track & field; Matty Anderson, track & field; Austin Bosaw, track & field; Allie Bruce, softball; Arthur Colameo, baseball; Garrett Demaree, golf; Alisha Detmer, track & field; Allison Detmer, track & field; Jessie Duvall, softball; Maddie Duvall, softball; Allison Furnish, track & field; Anna Gloss, softball; J.W. Goldsberry, track & field; Kinsley Griffith, track & field; Hannah Hayes, track & field; Hailey Hines, track & field; Brennan Louden, track & field; Abby Niswander, track & field; Ariel Oeffinger, softball; Keirstan Oeffinger, track & field; Amanda Peacock, track & field; Anita Pinto, softball; Jaydan Thomas, track & field and softball; Sydney Thomas, track & field; and Kaitlyn Yeary, track & field.

The Hanover Open golf scramble will be held June 29 at Butler Falls Golf Course in Hanover with the rain date set for June 30.

Tee time is 9 a.m. and cost is $200 per four person team and mulligans will be sold.

The event will include a hole-in-one for a car, prizes for par threes, long drive and door prizes as well as $1,400 in prize money to be distributed among top teams.

Prodeed will benefit the upcoming Party in the Park hosted by the Town of Hanover and Southwestern Schools.

For more info, call the golf course art (812) 569-1833 or Kenny Garrett at (812) 599-9582.

The Madison Soccer Camps — open to boys and girls from all school districts — will held at the Madison Junior High Soccer Complex with various sessions running through July 31.

Janet Hertz, girls head soccer coach at Madison, will serve as camp director. A former collegiate player, Hertz has completed coaching coursework in player development, goalkeeping, coaching, team training and sports psychology.

The camp for incoming fourth through eighth graders offers three daily sessions at various times through July 19. The camp for incoming first through third graders features one daily session from 8:30 to 10 a.m. over three weeks from June 10 through July 26.

Cost is $45 per week or $110 for all three weeks for either camp and that includes a T-shirt and an Adidas Size 1 skill ball for the first 25 campers to complete registration. Campers may also opt to pay $7 per day but not receive a skill ball or T-Shirt.

The Madison Goalkeeping Camps, for third through eighth graders, run from 8:30 to 10 a.m. daily with sessions June 24-26 and July 29-31. Cost is $35 for Session 1 or 2 or $60 for both.

For more info, email Hertz at hertzjd@mail.uc.edu or call (812) 571-3279.

The Hanover College Men’s soccer Prospect Camp will be on Friday at the soccer facilities on campus.

The camp is for any student that is in high school during 2018-2019 school year and includes an intense, one-day experience exposing participants to a typical preseason training day with Hanover’s intercollegiate team. It’s an opportunity to visit the Hanover campus and interact with the Hanover Men’s soccer team and staff. Head coach Matt Wilkerson and his staff will be in charge of all training sessions. The schedule could change depending on weather and other variables.

Check-in is 1:30 a.m. with training sessions at 10:45 a.m. and 2 p.m. with much in between and a wrap-up at 3:30 p.m. Cost is $70 per individual or $60 for groups of four. Campers should bring a ball, two sets of soccer clothing, molded soccer shoes, indoor/running shoes, shin guards and towel. An athletic trainer will be present.

For more info, contact coach Matt Wilkerson by calling (859) 699-0038 or by email at wilkerson@hanover.edu.

Hanover College’s Girls Summer Basketball Camp is June 16-19 with both commuter and overnight camper options.

The camp, for girls entering grades three through nine the fall of 2019 will be grouped according to age and ability. The daily schedule includes instruction and fundamentals as well as game play and individual contests.

Cost is $310 for overnight campers and $260 for commuters and campers get a basketball and T-shirt. All activities are in air-conditioned facilities, meals will be served on campus and a camp trainer will be on duty throughout

The camp co-directors are former Hanover women’s head coach Molly Jones and current head coach John Jones. For more info contact Molly Jones by email at jonesm@hanover.edu or call (812) 599-3287.

Jefferson County Soccer Association will hold open registration for the Fall 2019 soccer season at the Rucker Sports Complex from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday, June 29.

Signups for the MASH camp will also be available on these dates. The camp runs Monday, July 22 through Friday, July 26.

Call Brian Sachleben of JCSA at (502) 310-8484 for more info.

The 2019 Hanover College Triple Crown Summer Cross Country Racing Series will be the last three Wednesday’s in July at 7 p.m.

The series of summer cross country races designed to test fitness and sharpen summer training increases race distanceeach week from 3K on July 17, to 4K July 24 and 5K July 31. The event is run on Hanover’s nationally renowed cross country course.

Cost is $4 per race with registration at 6:15 p.m. on night of race. Contact cross country coach Brady Wells at wellsb@hanover.edu for more info.