Pacesetter Season Kick-Off Camps will provide a 15-hour program and a 7-hour program combining the best drills and offensive and defensive skill development.
Players will also be given competition in 1-on-1, 2-on-2, 3-on-3, 4-on-4, and 5-on-5 games to give players a chance to use their skills in game situations.
These camps are for players from grades 4-12.
Players will be separated by age for drills & games. LIMIT: 24 players October 19-20 or 48 players October 28.
Championship coaching staff:
David Olson & other staff will coach the October 19-20 camp.
Sascha Hansen & other staff will coach the October 28 camp.
John Carlson, Litchfield, 3-time state championship coach - 2000, 2002, and 2003
Jeff McCarron, Pacesetter Director, MN state championship – 1970
Paul McDonald, two MN state championships – 1973 & 1975
Joel McDonald, MN state championship – 1991
Dave Walker, Maple River, State Championship coach - 1993 & MN Coach of the Year
October 19-20 • $145 • 15-hour program (2 days)
Includes 2 lunches & 4 snacks.
(If needed) One night housing plus dinner & breakfast: additional $40
October 28 • $65 • 7-hour program
Includes 2 snacks - Bring your own lunch.
2 Day Camp: EM Break Oct. 19-20
Thurs: 9 am - 5 pm • Fri: 9 am - 4 pm • Gym will open at 8 am
1 Day Camp: Oct. 28
Sat: 9:30 am - 5 pm • Gym will open at 8:30 am
Paynesville Area Elementary School Paynesville, MN - October 19-20 2017 (MEA)
Paynesville Area High School Paynesville, MN - October 28, 2017
Schedule a camp? If you have a gym and housing nearby and would like to host a Champ Camp, please email email@example.com.
Shooting form • Jump shooting (age appropriate) • shooting off dribble and pass • ball handling against pressure: crossovers, between legs, behind back, reverse pivot, hesitation move • penetrating lane • sharp passing • passing to post • passing on fastbreak • filling lanes • reading defenses in half court & full court • footwork: cutting to basket w/o ball, reverse pivoting, setting screen-roll or go • boxing out • offensive rebounding • breaking to wing • backdoor cut • one-on-one facing moves: touch & go, touch & cross, touch & shoot, dribble & pop, ball fake & go • post moves: 9 options • denying wing break • denying lane cuts • denying post positions • ball pressure in full court • embracing hard work and 100% effort • embracing good sportsmanship • being a team player • winning