Spartans Sports Camp - Coed Holiday Basketball Camp
Coed Holiday Basketball Camp - Register Now
Learn valuable skills, stay active, and have fun in this half-day basketball camp. Shooting, ball-handling, and defense will be among the skills covered in a high-energy, fast-paced environment. Fun games will be used to teach the skills to keep campers focused throughout the day. This is a great opportunity to stay active, have fun, and work on your game during holiday break. This is great preparation for the upcoming winter youth basketball leagues.
2017 Holiday Basketball Camp Session 1 December 19-23
Camp will take place 9 am - 12 pm December 19-23 (Tuesday-Saturday)
2017 Holiday Basketball Camp Session 2 December 26-30
Camp will take place 9 am - 12 pm December 26-30 (Tuesday-Saturday)
The camp takes place from December 19-23, 2017 (Session 1) & December 26-30, 2017 (Session 2) from 9 am - 12 pm at Mountain View High School. Registration is open to girls and boys in grades 3 - 8.
The camp rate is $275 for a session (or $60 daily rate), and includes a custom basketball, t-shirt, water bottle, and drawstring backpack.
Sign up today! We look to forward to seeing you there!
Doug Wiersig, Administrative Director
Doug Wiersig graduated from Mountain View High School with the class of 2005, and went on to earn a BS in Crop Science & Management from UC Davis, graduating in 2010. Further pursuing his academics, Doug earned a MS in Horticulture & Agronomy from UC Davis. While at Davis, he was a graduate manager for the UC Davis men's basketball team in 2011-12.
Doug was involved as a player, coach, and volunteer with the MVHS Boys Basketball team for over 10 years. Doug coached in 2015 as an assistant for the Foothill College women's basketball team and last year he was head coach for the freshman boys basketball program at MVHS. Currently, Doug is the head coach of the MVHS girls JV basketball team.
2017 will be his sixth year as the Camp Director for Spartans Sports Camp.
Richard Appler, Associate Director
An MVHS alum, class of 2007, Richard was a four year basketball player for the Spartans,
earning all-league honors in his senior season. Currently attending San Francisco State
University, he is pursuing a degree in Broadcast & Electronic Communications.
Richard has been coaching basketball locally for six years and is currently the head
coach of the boy's frosh-soph team at Lynbrook High School in San Jose.
This will be Richard's fourth summer as Associate Director for Spartans Sports Camp.