MENLO SCHOOL ATHLETICS SUMMER 2013
Football -- Knights Leadership Camp
player $300. Varsity player $500. Be sure to include the player’s name with
your check made out to Menlo Athletics (Knights Leadership Camp in memo) to camp
coordinator Denise D’Ambra at 35 Brooke Ct., Hillsborough, CA 94010 by May 21.
Financial assistance is available – please email email@example.com
note as to which days/events are Frosh/Soph and/or Varsity:
June 8-15 Saturday, Monday-Saturday
June 8 (Sat) –
8 a.m. – 2 p.m. -- Passing Tournament at City College of SF (Varsity only)
June 10-13 (M-Th) 5 –
7 p.m. -- NO PADS – shorts, t-shirts, cleats at Menlo (F/S & Var)
(T/Th) – poss. 7-on-7 games vs. other
schools (TBD if
F/S & Var.)
June 15 (Sat.) 9 a.m. – 3 p.m. -- Passing
Tournament at Terra Nova HS (Varsity
June 17-22 Monday-Saturday
June 17 – 20 (M-Th) 5-7
p.m. -- NO PADS – just shorts, t-shirts, cleats at Menlo (F/S & Var.)
(T/Th) – poss. 7-on-7 games vs. other schools (TBD if F/S & Var.)
June 22 (Sat.)
June 22-23 (Sat./Sun)
July 6-13 Saturday-Saturday
at Wunderlich and CSM
July 6 (Sat.) 9
a.m.- 3 p.m. Passing Tournament @ CSM
if F/S & Var.)
July 8 -11 (M-Th)
5 - 7 p.m. Varsity &
all Sophomores in Full Pads – TBD
(T/Th) – poss. 7-on-7 games vs. other
if F/S & Var.)
July 10 –(Wed) 2-4:15 p.m. Freshmen ImPACT and balance testing in
July 13 – (Sat) 9 a.m. – 3
p.m. Passing Tournament @ Menlo College (Varsity
July 15 – 20 Monday
at Wunderlich (M-Th.) and Carmel (F-Sat) (Varsity)
at Wunderlich (M-Th) and Terra Nova Passing Tournament (Sat) (F/S)
July 15 – 18 (M-Th.) 5 – 7 p.m. at Menlo (Mon.
& Wed. poss. pads-TBD) (F/S & Var.)
(T/Th.) – poss. 7 on 7 games vs. other schools
(TBD if F/s & Var.)
July 20 9 a.m.-3
p.m. Frosh/Soph is at The Terra Nova Passing Tournament
July 19-20 (Fri.-Sat.) Carmel 7 on 7
& Passing Tournament
19, noon – Meet at Menlo --- Players
must bring their helmets
19, 2:30 p.m. – 7-on-7 at Carmel Middle School (w/ Carmel HS & TBD)
on the beach + OVERNIGHT at a Carmel Hotel
20 Monterey Passing Tournament at Carmel Middle School,
Carmel Valley Road, Carmel 93923
45 a.m.- Leave hotel, 7 a.m.- Tournament check-in. 8 a.m. – games begin
Varsity done with Summer
Camp July 20
TENTATIVE Aug. 15
Thurs. 2 p.m. Meet in Athletic Center – Paperwork/Equipment/No Practice
Friday, Aug. 16 - FIRST
DAY OF FALL PRACTICE!
Aug.16, 17 and Aug. 19 (Fri., Sat., and Mon.) 8:30 – 4:30 p.m. DOUBLE DAYS (lunch provided)
Aug. 20 -- (Tue.) 1 – 4 p.m. Practice
Aug. 21. -- (Wed.) 3 – 6 p.m. Practice
Aug. 22-23 (Thu-Fri) 3:15 – 5:45 p.m. Regular practice schedule begins
Aug. 24 (Sat.) 9 a.m. – noon Intra-Squad Scrimmage and Potluck lunch
Frosh/Soph scrimmage begins @ 9 a.m.
Varsity scrimmage begins @ 10 a.m.
EVERYONE - Pot Luck Lunch and Presentation @ 11:00 a.m.
Other key events
Mon. Aug. 19 – Freshmen event in the evening - TBD
Tue. Aug. 20 – Than Healy - Welcome Event in the evening – TBD
Thur. Aug. 22 – First day of school
FAQ – If your son can only make some of
the camp, don’t worry, he can still play football in the fall and if you’d like
you may pro rate the amount. Freshmen can miss all of the summer (although this
isn’t recommended) and still play in the fall.
Flag Football Camp (middle school)
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June 10 - June 21, 2013
Monday - Friday 9-11a.m.
The Menlo School Flag Football Camp is designed to teach middle school-aged boys (intermediate to advanced rising 6th, 7th, and 8th graders from any school) the finer aspects of football. The camp is a great opportunity for young football players looking to begin Pop Warner and interscholastic flag football to learn the game and get a head start on their opponents.
Your athlete will learn how to pass, catch, and run the football. The campers will also learn how to block and pass rush effectively. This summer will feature Deceleration and Agility Training, which crosses over to all sports.
Football has 22 different positions. The camp will help your athlete find the position that is right for him, according to his individual skill level and athleticism. Each day is broken down into segments that will focus on particular skills, strategies and tactics.
The instructors will pick even teams on the Wednesday of the first week. These teams will participate in a three game tournament that will take place over the last Wednesday, Thursday and Friday of the two-week session. These teams will design their own offensive, defensive and special team systems after learning how to use formations and design plays.
Campers will receive a complete, high quality, flag football uniform (jersey and shorts) that is theirs to keep.
King Christian (Middle School Varsity A and 6th Grade Asst. Coach)
Camp Fee is $350.
The halftime (one week) camper’s fee is $200 (uniform included).
No refunds are available (as the hiring of coaches is contingent upon the number of campers registered). May 27 is the registration deadline. The Menlo School Flag Football Camp is insured by Menlo School
Please mail check to: Menlo School, Attn: King Christian, 50 Valparaiso Ave., Atherton, CA 94027. For questions, contact: King Christian (650)799-6785 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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Monday-Friday, 2:30 p.m.-5 p.m.
The Menlo School boys’ soccer camp is highly recommended for any Upper School student who plans on playing soccer next season (incoming ninth-graders welcome). The camp will help develop players’ individual technical skills as well as their tactical knowledge of the game in a fun team-building environment. It also allows players to get a feel for how coaches Kerrest and Conner see the game and what they expect from players.
Marc Kerrest (Upper School boys’ varsity head coach)
Kevin Conner (Upper School boys F/S head coach)
Cost $225 for the week. Please be sure to include the player’s name and the attached registration form with your check to Marc Kerrest, 1725 Taylor St. Apt. 3D, San Francisco, CA 94133. Financial assistance is available, please contact Marc Kerrest at email@example.com or (646)436-6138 with any questions.
Strength and Speed Summer Training
June 17-Aug. 16, Mondays-Thursdays
Menlo Athletic Center
For information, contact Jesse Lindenstein, Menlo School Strength and Conditioning coach (650) 330-2001 ext. 2779 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Session 1 8 a.m.-9:30 a.m.
Session 2 10 a.m.-11: 30 a.m.
Session 3 noon -1:30 p.m.
Session 4 2 p.m.-3:30 p.m.
- Open to all Upper School Menlo School students (grades 9-12)
- Provides a safe and fun training atmosphere
- Supports and is a complement to the competitive demands of Menlo Athletics
- Offers practical conditioning at every training session
Experience for Athletes
- Progressive core training of abdominals, lower back, and hips
- Ground based free weight training with a focus on functional strength and power development
- Olympic weight training
- Introduction to Acceleration/Change of direction training
- Safe and fun training
- Core training and conditioning development with ranking of individual improvement and growth
- Proficient use of Olympic weight training