Six sports camps offered at CVU this summer

Soccer, baseball, football, basketball, and cheerleading camps will be held at CVU this summer. Even Batman is cool enough to play.

Looking for inexpensive summer sports camp options for children in kindergarten through ninth grade? CVU has the answer. Registration is now open for one-week cheerleading, baseball, basketball, football, and soccer camps.

A National Cheerleaders Association Home Camp will be held for incoming freshman through seniors, both boys and girls, from June 21-23 from 9 am to 5 pm. The camp will focus on cheers, dance, tumbling, and stunting. To register for camp email head CVU cheerleading coach Michelle Filardi at mfilardi@gmavt.net.

Redhawks baseball camp, a repeat performance for camp director and CVU head baseball Tim Albertson, will host a one-week baseball camp for Little Leaguers ages 6-12 June 18-22. The baseball coaching staff will provide opportunities for each camper to learn and understand the game at the highest level. Baseball camp will be held from 8:30-11:30 am daily at a cost of $90 per participant.

Summer boys basketball camp is offered for players in fourth through ninth grade July 25-July 29 from 8:30 am to noon. Campers work on every faucet of the game through drills, stations, contests, and games designed to improve individual development in an atmosphere where laughter, smiles, and enthusiasm are a top priority.

Summer girls basketball camp, directed by CVU head girls basketball coach Ute Otley, will host a one week camp June 25-29. Girls in grades 4-6 attend camp from 9 am-noon and those in grades 7-9 attend camp from 1-4 pm daily at a cost of $125 per participant before June 18 and $135 thereafter. The objective of the CVU basketball camp is to teach and develop the fundamentals of basketball as well as develop a love of the game.

In its third year, Redhawks football camp will be offered to those in third through ninth grade and will be held July 9-13 from 5:30-8 pm. The non-contact football camp will be run by long-time head football coach Jim Provost, and former CVU standout, and top running back JP Benoit. The focus of the camp will be teaching players the fundamentals of football in a fun and positive environment.

CVU soccer camp celebrates its 12th year this summer. The camp will be offered July 9-13 from 9 am-noon for players entering kindergarten through ninth grade for $120. “The camp is all about promoting soccer in the community,” according to Shelburne resident and camp director Stan Williams, “The most important aspect of the school is teaching a love for the game.”

All sports camps will be conveniently held at CVU and cost $110 per camper unless otherwise noted. For more information on CVU sports camps or to register please visit www.cvuhs.org.

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