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   Most you are likely familiar with the phrase “All the news that fits.” Well, if you’re asking us, it’s “All the camps that...

   Most you are likely familiar with the phrase “All the news that fits.” Well, if you’re asking us, it’s “All the camps that fit.”

   That’s how we’ve approached each one of our annual Camps & Clinics Guide. This is our fifth, and just as I wrote in this space a year ago, it’s our biggest yet. Not exactly in terms of page count, though it equals are largest at 64 pages from front to back. However, in terms of pure camps and clinics coverage, this is our most bountiful collection yet. 

   For the first time in the short history of this edition, we’ve removed any content that isn’t strictly camps-related. This wasn’t an easy choice, because we know how much our fans love our high school sports coverage, as well as our other monthly departments like Locker Room and Level Up. And it’s not like it’s a slow time in the high school sporting world, either. 

   However, we made the choice because, quite frankly — we had more camps than we could fit. Also, if we’re going to call it a Camps & Clinics Guide, we probably should put as much in about them as we possibly can. So, here you go! Beginning on Page 12, we have over 45 pages devoted purely to camps and clinics. As many as 30 of those pages feature listings of more than 500 camp options that span from March through August. 

   Fitting all those camps in isn’t easy, but we do it because we take a lot of pride in offering this resource to you. 

   In the meantime, we also take a lot of pride in providing some of the best high school sports coverage in Northern California. And we plan on getting right back to that. Our April issue will release on April 2, and before that we’ll be aiming to post Digital Weekly editions for the weeks of March 16 and March 23. 

   Those issues will have extensive coverage of the state basketball playoffs, wrap-ups on Bay Area soccer and a watchful eye on the several spring sports which are now going full tilt. Also, will have some exclusive content which will be looking back at the section basketball championships as well as new rankings basketball, baseball and softball rankings. 

   In the meantime, take a second to enjoy this ridiculously warm spring weather and turn your thoughts toward summer as you flip through the rest of this issue.  











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