Gateway Lacrosse - Summer Camp
Aurora Parks and Recreation will be partnering with Kenston to offer Gateway Lacrosse Summer Camp
Gateway ‘s method of teaching lacrosse is unique. They incorporate an understanding of athletic skills: throwing and catching, hand-eye, footwork, etc. They use other sports and apply them to lacrosse. Set a pick, Zone D., Spacing, Communication. Learn how your feet, core, hands and eyes incorporate into athletic skills that simplify lacrosse as well as the other sports you play now or in the future. Expect soccer balls, frisbees, volleyballs, water balloons, skipping ropes, and agility ladders.
Guest instructors will expose the young athlete to other important & interesting topics such as nutrition, yoga and the history of lacrosse.
Our staff is comprised of mostly college players and offers a low 8-1 ratio of staff to camper. Campers are grouped based on age and skill level.
If you would like more information about Gateway Lacrosse
go to www.gatewaylacrosse.net or call Gordon Glass at 440-337-9555.
Lunch option available.
All camps held at Kenston - Settler’s Park - 17800 Haskins Rd Bainbridge
July 11 - July 15
Monday - Thursday 9:00 - 3:00pm
Friday - 9:00 - 1:00pm
$250 full day option
$150 half day option (ages 7-10)
(plus processing fee)
Dates: Wednesdays, April 13th - May 18th, 2016
Time: 6:00 - 7:15
Location: Sunny Lake Park- North End, Page Rd Entrance
Fee: $70 (Resident) $75 (non-resident) plus nominal convenience fee
Boys and girls in grades 1-5 can learn to play one of the fastest growing sports in the United States. Lacrosse is action packed and lots of fun! The sport has elements of soccer, football, basketball and hockey. Once you try lacrosse, you’ll love lacrosse!
All equipment will be provided in this highly instructional program. Experienced coaches will be provided by Jump Start Sports. All players will receive training on the fundamentals, including:
- passing and catching
- fielding ground balls
- spacing and positioning
Then they will be divided by gender and age to play fun game situational scrimmages, which will help them learn more and enjoy the fast-paced action of the game. Plastic sticks and soft balls will be provided. No checking, stick checking, or poking will be permitted! No helmets or shoulder pads will be used.