Specialty Sports Camps
Open to rising 3rd – 9th graders from any school
June 11 - July 13, 2018
Overview: Advanced Sports Camps are designed to provide players an opportunity to improve their skill and knowledge level of a particular sport. All camps are taught by Saint Francis High School varsity coaches and most participants take the camp in our well-maintained and up-to-date athletic facilities. Review the schedule and descriptions for each camp below. Players are welcome to attend as many week-long camps as they desire.
Note: Camps are open to only certain grades. All grades listed below are relate to a student's "rising" grade level, that is, the grade the student will be in the Fall.
Boys Advanced Sports Camps
Summer 2018 Schedule:
|Week 1||Week 2||Week 3||Week 4*||Week 5|
|Camp||Coach||Grade||6/11 - 6/15||6/18 - 6/22||6/25 - 6/29||7/2 - 7/6||7/9 - 7/13|
|Baseball||Maguire||7-9th||1:00 - 3:00 pm |
|Basketball - Game Skills||Motil||7-9th|| 1:00 - 3:00 pm|
|Basketball - Individual Skills||Motil||7-9th|| 1:00 - 3:00 pm|
|Football||Calcagno||7-9th||9:00 - 11:00 am|
|Lacrosse||Temple||6-9th|| 3:00 - 5:00 pm|
|Soccer||Alberico||5-9th||1:00 - 3:00 pm|
|Volleyball||Carson||6-9th||1:00 - 3:00 pm|
|Water Polo (Clinic)||O'Donnell||7-9th||Sat. June 2nd |
8 - 11am $75
|Wrestling (Intermediate/Advanced)||Cobb||7-9th|| 1:00 - 3:00 pm|
|Cobb||3rd-6th|| 1:00 - 3:00 pm|
* No Camps July 4th
Camp is designed to provide individual instruction and skills development in such areas as bunting, base running, hitting and infield and outfield fundamentals. Camp activities will include three days of individual skills station work with emphasis on proper fundamentals for all positions. Each camper will be exposed to the basic techniques required to play all positions on the diamond. The last two days are dedicated to competing in a variety of individual and team competitions that emphasize teamwork and fun on the baseball field. Due to Higgins Field renovations this camp will take place on Legacy Field (Softball)Director: Matt Maguire, Head Varsity Coach
650-968-1213 Ext. 240
Camp includes instruction in: offensive fundamentals, (including shooting, ball handling, passing and footwork) defensive fundamentals (technique and rebounding) and team strategies. Activities include individual and team competitions, as well as drills for self-improvement.Director: Mike Motil, Boys Head Varsity Coach
650-968-1213 Ext. 470
Advanced Camp is designed to provide individual instruction and skills development for each position. All camp participants will learn offensive and defensive techniques, and the camp will culminate with a 7 on 7 passing game. The camp is a non-contact camp, but participants will be provided both shoulder pads and helmets.Director: Greg Calcagno, Head Varsity Coach
650-968-1213 Ext. 293
Camp is designed to provide individual and group instruction to improve fundamental skills. Camp activities will include both individual skills and team competitions.Director: Noah Temple, Boys Head Varsity Coach
Each camp will focus on improving/challenging each player’s individual skills. Camp activities will include team competitions, small-sided scrimmages and full field matches. SF varsity players will aid in the training sessions.
Director: Seth Alberico, Boys Head Varsity Coach
This camp will focus on developing individual volleyball skills as well as executing offensive and defensive team strategies. This camp is designed for any skill level. Players will be grouped by skill level.Director: Jonah Carson, Boys Varsity Coach
650-968-1213 Ext. 618
650-968-1213 Ext. 619
Wrestling (Intermediate/Advanced) - This camp will focus on skill development in folkstyle wrestling. Camp will include instruction in: footwork, stance, techniques for more advanced leg attacks, defensive drills for the bottom wrestler and offensive pinning techniques for the on-top wrestler. Activities will include: wrestling skill based games, individual and group instruction and an opportunity to compete against their peers.
Wrestling (Novice/Beginners) - This camp if geared for student-athletes brand new to wrestling. No experience necessary. Instruction will include: game based skill development in body awareness, stance, motion and footwork as well as introduction to basic wrestling positions and techniques. Campers will receive individual and group instruction in offensive and defensive techniques in all three common wrestling position: neutral, top and bottom. We will have some friendly team and individual competitions as well.
Director: Dave Cobb, Asst. Varsity Coach
650-968-1213 Ext. 681