I hope all the Boys are excited about camp TOMORROW. We can't wait to get started! To answer some questions that might pop up on Monday AM.

Camp will start at 9AM daily. Please try to arrive by 8:45. We will be there by 8:15. Camp ends on time each day at 1PM.  Athletes will get a camp T-shirt on the first day. We will have water breaks & 1-20 minute snack time. I will bring extra water but they should also bring their own & a snack/sandwich/fruit (something along those lines).

Please bring a marked basketball.                   

Our 1st priority is to provide a safe & enjoyable environment for players to thrive in, so we encourage feedback from you if your son has a question or concern that he is not comfortable expressing to us himself.

I think that's it! If, you know of anyone else that may want to join us, please let them know, we will accept walk ins & those who can only make a few days. Looking forward to a great week of Hoops!...

“We think to small, like the frog at the bottom of the well. He thinks the sky is only as big as the tip of well. If he surfaced, he would have an entirely different view.”

Great players spend more time “getting better” than “getting seen.”

If you only like to attend camps with people you know, think of this as an ideal opportunity to stretch out of your comfort zone. Even if your teammates choose not to enroll, you’re going to meet some incredible people—many who you’ll be friends with.

Parents are welcome to stay and watch any part of the camp.

If a player wants to work on his game before camp starts in the morning.  We can make arrangements.

We would like nothing more than to help the players get better.  We want you to make the most of this opportunity.

Looking forward to a great week of hoops.

I want to give you a quick update on the Basketball Camp just five days from today!

We have been getting together and working on a plan for the week and are very excited to get started. We received lots of positive feedback from our Girls Camp last month.

We will be stressing fundamentals all week (footwork, ball handling, shooting, defense, etc.)

We do this with several drills and games that are designed to be challenging but also fun.  We believe in learning by playing and try to minimize lines and standing around.

I'd also like to take this opportunity to ask you to reach out to any other athletes your sons may know that might want to join us for the camp. We have a great group right now of 15-20 campers but will welcome more at any time. We have plenty of instructors (State Champion Graduates), who are eager to help your sons get better, so the more the merrier!

Thank you – Coach Fleming

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