For more info on MVHS Girls' Basketball, please visit www.MVHSBasketball.net.|
This camp is for those who enjoy a fast paced, in- your -face style of basketball.
Great defense and teamwork is the foundation of a good basketball player. The
emphasis will focus on combining the fundamentals of defense, ball handling, and shooting
with the concepts of teamwork and life skills.
MVHS girl’s basketball camp offers different levels of the basketball camp
experience based on the skill level of each player. We focus on improvement of skills
and fostering positive attitudes on and off of the court. Our basketball camp will
incorporate small and large group instruction, as well as conditioning by use of stations
and game play. The culmination of the camp will be a round robin basketball tournament played
on the last day of the camp. We look forward to meeting you and your athlete soon!
This camp will run in one session: June 25-June 29, 2018 from 9:00am-3:00pm daily.|
The cost of a 5-day session of this camp is $395. This camp is open to kids entering grades 3
through 8 in August 2018. Each camper will receive a t-shirt, water bottle, and drawstring backpack. Lunch is available for an additional fee (click here for details). Extended care is also available for an additional fee (click here for details).
Sample Daily Schedule - Click here for details
|8:30 - 8:50 am||Campers arrive at the location of their sports|
|9:00 am||Dynamic warm-up|
|9:10 am||Technical skill isolation stations|
|10:00 am||Technical skill integration stations|
|11:00 am||Cross training: Swimming, capture-the-flag, dodge ball, relays, etc.|
|1:00 pm||Tactical skill development|
|3:00 pm||Dismiss/Parents pick-up campers|
Sharissa Estremera graduated from Mountain View High School with the class of 2011. She was a four year varsity basketball player for the spartans earning awards such as Mvp and All-League. She then went to Foothill College and played basketball for two years and then transferred to Cal State East Bay to continue playing basketball, earning a degree in Human Development with an emphasis in Child Development. Sharissa is very passionate about working and coaching with kids of all ages. After graduating from college, she took on the position as an assistant coach for the girls varsity basketball team. This upcoming 2017-2018 season will be her third year coaching for the girls basketball program.
This will be her second year working at the Spartans Sports Camp as a Coach.