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former assistant women’s volleyball coach, invite you to a summer of competitive volleyball. Camps are conducted in the spacious Jansen Lagorio Gymnasium on the Stockton campus. Info: or (209) 946-2724; U.S. Youth Volleyball League The United States Youth Volleyball League is hosting a series of volleyball camps this summer in several Northern and Southern California locations. The USYVL is the leader in developing and maintaining youth volleyball leagues for boys and girls ages 7-15. Its motto “Volleyball starts here,” clearly represents its commitment to the development of the sport. Each camp is taught by instructors who have played or coached at the club, high school or college level. Registration fee includes a t-shirt, certificate, snacks and water. Info: 1-888-9887985,


DACA Summer Water Polo Camp DeAnza Cupertino Aquatics provides an opportunity for individualized and group coaching for athletes of all ages and skill levels. Experienced and dedicated coaches conduct training sessions in a fun, fast paced camp environment. Open to water polo athletes of all abilities, ages 7-18. Info: 408-253-7946; Concord Water Polo Camp Come to Concord Community Pool this summer and help enhance individual and team skills. Daily activities include drills on passing, shooting, strategies of the game, team concepts, fundamentals, and ball handling. Designed for both boys and girls ages 8-14. Info: www.


Community Youth Center The Concord-based CYC wrestling program trains and challenges wrestlers at all age groups from kindergarten through high school, and all experience levels from beginner to champion. The program offers three types of week-long (July & August) wrestling camps. The Elementary Camp for ages 5-10 and The All Corners Camp for ages 11-18, and the Advanced Camp serves the same age group and runs in August. Each camp runs from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. daily at the CYC. Camp fees vary slightly. Info: 925-671-7070, Ext. 229, The Creighton School of Wrestling CSW was established to provide a successful youth wrestling program in the Palo Alto/Mid-Peninsula area that serves youth of all ages. Info: 650-219-6383;


Addison-Penzak JCC-Silicon Valley APJCC Summer Camp is a great way for kids to let loose, meet new friends, enjoy new & exciting experiences, swim, go on field trips, see amazing shows, and have fun! We offer a variety of camp programs, from traditional day camp to specialty camps. Info: 408-357-7416; www. Archbishop Mitty Sports Camps Mitty has been designed to provide the finest all-day, all-encompassing, summer program in the Silicon Valley. Campers who participate in the Mitty summer program will enjoy themselves as they experience Archbishop Mitty High School’s strong tradition of academic, athletic, and co-curricular excellence. Info: (408) 342-4200; Auburn Recreation District Variety of camps for all ages: spring break junior tennis, beginner golf, junior golf spring camp, Young Rustler’s Camp (horsemanship), British soccer camp, spring break gymnastics, Discovery Day Camps. More info: Bald Eagle Sports Camps A great blend of non-traditional “ultimate” games along with traditional



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