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.@LaSalle_Sports hosting two summer lacrosse camps: QuickStick Day Camp, @HEADstrongLC North Combine

Friday, 26th December 2014

Categories Boy's/Men's, Camps, Events, High School  
 

Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 12/26/14

La Salle College High is hosting two summer camps, headed by Hall of Fame inductee and La Salle high head coach Bill Leahy and his staff.

QuickStick Day Camp at La Salle College High SchoolLa Salle camps

Date: June 22-26, 2015 from 9:00 AM to 2:30 PM
Ages: Boys 5-16
Fee: $260

The original Quickstick Lacrosse Camp location! Since 1993 boys and girls have been enjoying camp at La Salle. This camp highlights stick skills, team concepts, and the much anticipated camp tournament.

Campers enjoy live DJ music on the field, lunch for purchase in the school cafeteria, guest speakers in the lecture hall, and a high fidelity action packed video session in the “star trek” room. The last four years this camp has SOLD OUT with over 225 total campers.

HEADstrong Combine at La Salle College High School

Date:
June 29-July 1, 2015 from 9:00 AM to 2:30 PM
Ages: Boys Entering 5th thru 8th Grade
Fees: $195

HEADstrong Combine is a specialty lacrosse camp designed to focus on stickwork, shooting, speed and strength. Campers will experience specific drills and exercises to dramatically improve these key areas. This camp is for boys entering 5th through 8th grade and are considered to be intermediate to advanced players.

The HEADstrong North Club Teams (5th/6th, 7th, and 8th grade teams) are organized and run by the HEADstrong Foundation in conjunction with the La Salle College High School lacrosse team coaching staff. This combine will introduce players to both the HEADstrong Foundation and HEADstrong Lacrosse Club. This camp is a great way to improve as a player, serve a great cause, and introduce yourself to the HEADstrong North Lacrosse CLub coaching staff.


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