Welcome Guest! You have 4 free reads leftLogin/Register
Breaking News
You Are Here: Home » Visalia » COS offers summer youth sports camps

COS offers summer youth sports camps

COS offers summer youth sports camps

Visalia — The COS Men’s Soccer ID Camp will be held Saturday, May 21, from 9 a.m. to Noon. Parents are welcome to attend from Noon to 1 p.m. for the review. This is an opportunity for male students, ages 16 to 25, to learn soccer skills and techniques from the COS Men’s Soccer coaching staff.
Campers will need to fill out a registration form, and parents of minors will need to fill out the parental consent section of the form. Campers are encouraged to show up 30 minutes prior to the start for registration. Camp registration is $10 per camper; fee includes a camp t-shirt.
For more details about the Men’s Soccer ID Camp, call men’s soccer head coach Scott Rogers, 559-688-3147 or email at scottr@cos.edu.
The COS Summer Skills Basketball Camp is designed to provide a solid foundation for the fundamental skills of the game in a positive, enthusiastic atmosphere that allows campers enjoyment and education. Camp is presented with two sessions: Session I, June 6 to 10; Session II, June 13 to 17. Camps are 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. daily except for Friday, which ends at noon.
The camp is open to boys and girls ages 7 to 15. Cost for one camper, one session is $180. Cost for multiple campers in a family for one session is $150 per camper. Cost for one camper, both sessions is $300.
The Summer Skills Basketball camp is instructed by COS coaches and players (1:8 coach-to-camper ratio) in the Dr. S. Thomas Porter Field House on the Visalia campus. Camps include daily lunch, camp t-shirts, daily swimming option, individual skill games, team competitions, camper of the day recognition and written camper evaluations.
For more details about the Summer Skills Basketball Camp, call men’s basketball head coach Rusty Smith, 559-737-6291 or email at rustys@cos.edu.

Clip to Evernote

About The Author

Number of Entries : 16055

Comments

comments

Powered by Facebook Comments

© 1901 - 2019 The Sun-Gazette Newspaper | 402 S F St | Exeter CA 93221 | Powered by Wordpress

Scroll to top