Posted on: Jun 23, 2014 1:00:00 AM
In: Cuyamaca, Grossmont
Contact: Della Elliott (619) 644-7690 firstname.lastname@example.org
For parents looking for a way their kids could burn off energy in a fun, safe way, coaches at Cuyamaca and Grossmont colleges are leading coed basketball camps in July and August.
Rob Wojtkowski, head basketball coach at Cuyamaca College, is putting on summer basketball camps for youngsters to receive expert instruction in basketball, as well as individual character development. The camps are sponsored by the men’s basketball office at Cuyamaca College and are designed to instill self-confidence through achievement. The young athletes will be able to improve their talent and abilities in the areas of ball handling, dribbling, passing and receiving, rebounding and shooting through drills, three-on-three competition and team games.
“I enjoy working with kids, having my players teach kids, and brining in the outside community to our campus,” said Wojtkowski, who has been directing summer camps for 24 years, the past 15 at Cuyamaca College.
Camps 1-3 will be held 9 a.m.-noon; Camp 4 is from 1-4 p.m. The $79 per-camp fee includes the cost of a T-shirt and an evaluation.
(Boys and girls are to be entering grades listed in the fall.)
Registration forms are posted here
Grossmont College men’s basketball coach Doug Weber hosts a coed camp for children enrolling in grade 3-9 in the fall. In addition to daily instruction from college coaches and players, youngsters will learn about teamwork, sportsmanship, communication, goal-setting and more at the camp, which runs 8 a.m.-noon Aug. 4-7.
“We emphasize the fundamentals in a positive and enthusiastic way,” Weber said.
The $75 registration fee covers the cost of camp T-shirts, contest prizes and giveaways. The camps include individual and team play.