Winter Vacation Clinic`s

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Winter Vacation Clinic`s
STAFF
APPLICATION
What separates Hoop Mountain camps from others
is the high level of coaches that we have. Not only do
our coaches have experience playing the game but
also a passion for teaching the game the right way.
Please enroll the undersigned. The applicant is in good health and is able to
participate in an intense basketball camp. The camp has my permission to
provide emergency medical attention if my child is injured or ill. I understand that
Hoop Mountain Camp has the right to use, for publicity and advertising purposes,
all photos and video of campers taken during the camp period.
David Latimer Played Collegiate Basketball at
Name: _________________________________________________
West Virginia University under Coach John Beilein.
Graduated from Allegany High School, in Maryland,
where his team went 71-6 in three seasons and
reached the State Championship each year. David is
the Director of Operations at Hoop Mountain.
Address: _______________________________________________
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Jaclyn Lyons Played Collegiate Basketball at
University of New Hampshire and Merrimack
College. Graduated from Reading High School and
was named to the Boston Globe Dream team and
the Massachusetts Gatorade north player of the
year as a senior.
Allen Williamson Played Collegiate Basketball
Parent Phone Number:
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Parent Email:
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at Amherst College where as a senior, Amherst won
the NCAA Division Three National Championship
and Allen was named the Most Valuable Player of
the Final Four. Graduated from The Pingree School
where his team won a New England Prep School
Championship as a senior.
Grade: __________________ Gender: _________________
John Jaworski Head Boys Coach at Bishop
All camps will be held at Wakefield Americal
Civic Center, 467 Main St., Wakefield, MA.
Fenwick for several years. John has an unbelievable
passion for teaching the game of basketball and his
enthusiastic personality is infectious to every player
that he comes across.
Eleni Dixon Played Collegiate Basketball at Clark
University. Graduated from Wellesley High School
and as a senior her team won a State Championship.
After graduation from Wellesley, Eleni attended The
Tilton School for a post graduate year.
GIRLS & BOYS
BASKETBALL
VACATION
CLINICS
Please check session(s) attending:
 December 29 th -31st • 9am-2pm • $99
 February 17th -20 th • 9am-2pm • $125
 April 21st-24th • 9am-2pm • $125
Parent Signature:
GRADES 3RD -8TH
978 - 922 - 3342
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http://hoopmountain.com/ne-ny-boys/camps
Please make check payable to HOOP MOUNTAIN, 100 Cummings
Ctr, PO Box 7068, Beverly, MA 01915. No money will be refunded
if a camper is asked to leave due to disciplinary problems.
WAKEFIELD AMERICAL CIVIC CENTER
or
REGISTER ONLINE at
www.HOOPMOUNTAIN.com
467 Main St, Wakefield, MA
www.HOOPMOUNTAIN.com
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CAMP BENEFITS
FOR BOYS AND GIRLS GRADES 3RD -8TH
We are very proud
to have had over 25,000 campers
enjoy our camps throughout the 29 years. Famous
players include: Nerlens Noel • Andre Drummond •
Michael Carter-Williams • Ryan Gomes
Allen Williamson, a former five year Hoop Mountain
camper who was a national champion and final four
MVP in 2013 made the following comments about
his experience at Hoop Mountain. “Without all of
the personal instruction I could have not developed
my game to the point of becoming a professional
player.”
Hoop Mountain thrives on teaching basketball
the proper way. Here are some benefits of our
vacation camps:
• Low ratio of players to coaches
• Convenient location to North Shore &
Middlesex County families
• Hands on training with constant,
continuous feedback
• Daily athletic training from nationally known
training expert Peter Reppas
• Playing with more confidence and assurance
• Higher Basketball IQ
• Properly trained athletes are less likely
to become injured
DAILY TOPICS:
The following is a brief summary of a session at Hoop
Mountain:
• Ball Handling
• Form Shooting
• Triple Threat Moves
• Finishing in the Paint
• Defensive Positioning
• Competitive Drills
•Plyometric
• Athletic Training
Drop Off
Warm-up
Skill Development
Games
Games
Lunch (bring lunch
or can purchase)
12:45 Contests
1:15 Athletic Training
(conducted by Peter Reppas
and Repertoire Fitness)
2:00 Clinic Day Ends
8:30-9:00
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WINTER VACATION CAMPS
December 29 th -31st • 9am-2pm • $99
February 17th -20 th • 9am-2pm • $125
April 21st-24 th • 9am-2pm • $125
All camps will be held at Wakefield Americal
Civic Center, 467 Main St.,
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Wakefield, MA.
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