Several Booster Clubs that support athletics in the Bethlehem Central School District will host sports camps for students. The following camps will operate this summer:
For students entering grades 4-9
Bethlehem Hoops Camp
July 25-29. 2022
8 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.
Players can be dropped off as early as 7:30
Bethlehem Central High School – Gym B and Gym C
Cost: $150/player by check, Venmo, or paypal
Make check payable to: BBBBC
(Bethlehem Boys Basketball Booster Club)
- Venmo @BBBBC
- Paypal @BBBBClub
Submit Check Payment to:
11 Egmont Court
Delmar, NY 12054
Please register by July 1
- A.G. Irons- Bethlehem Boys Varsity Basketball coach
- Mark Nealon- Assistant Varsity Basketball coach
- Kevin Stempsey- Freshman Boys Basketball coach
- Mick Doemel- Modified Boys Basketball coach
- Current and former program players
Camp activities include:
- Warm-up and stretch
- Ball handling Drills
- Rebounding Drills
- Defensive Drills
- Shooting Drills
- Big Man Moves
- Drives to the basket
- Simple man to man offenses
- Individual competitions
- Team Competitions
- 5 on 5 games
For students entering grades 5-8
Personal Best Running Camp
August, 22-26, 2022, 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Bethlehem Central High School
This camp is designed for athletes entering grades 5-8 this fall who have a strong interest in long-distance running/cross country. “Personal Best” is meant as a preseason build-up for modified runners preparing for their cross country season and for 5th and 6th graders who would like an introduction to the sport. Features of each session will include a dynamic warm-up, core strength training, plyometric drills, running (of course), static stretching, and fitness games. Athletes will also learn about good sportsmanship, racing strategy, proper nutritional choices, optimal footwear, and clothing. The final day of camp will include a 1 mile intrasquad race. Campers will be separated into age and ability groups, otherwise the camp is co-ed. Athletes should bring a water bottle, wristwatch, and have running shoes they don’t mind getting muddy!
The camp is lead by BC Boys Varsity Cross Country Coach, Andrew Rickert. Coach Rickert has more than fifteen years experience coaching both on the high school and college level. He is a USATF Level II certified coach. Coach Rickert will be assisted by members of his coaching staff, as well as several varsity members of the high school team who will serve as counselors/group leaders. You do NOT have to be a Bethlehem Town resident to attend.
$100/camper for a full week
Register here. Registration deadline is July 1, 2022.
For students entering grades 1-7
Lady Eagles Softball Camp
July 18 – July 22, 8:30am – 11:00am
Bethlehem Central High School
- Field 1 – Beginners – for those with little to no experience in softball
- Field 2 – Experienced – for those who have developed fundamental softball skills
The goal of this camp is to introduce and develop the fundamental skills of softball, while fostering a love of the game. We will stress confidence, teamwork, effort and sportsmanship. All are important ingredients in achieving success not only on the field, but also with family, school and life. This camp caters to all ability levels.
Register online: bit.ly/3L8p96T
- Venmo – $133 per camper – @BCSDsb22 (comment with camper’s last name, includes 2% processing fee)
- Check – $130 per camper – payable to Bethlehem Girls’ Softball Booster Club – Mail to : Amy Higgs, 32 Fernbank Ave, Delmar, NY 12054
Eagles Tennis Camp
Four week-long sessions June 27-July 21
The Bethlehem Tennis Booster Club is again partnering with instructor Mike Muscato to hold four separate week-long camps at the Bethlehem HS courts. See the attached flyer for full details. The four weeks are:
- Week 1: June 27-30
- Week 2: July 5-8
- Week 3: July 11-14
- Week 4: July 18-21
This camp is meant to provide an introduction to tennis for players ranging from no tennis experience (total beginner) to moderate tennis experience (JV).
If you have any questions, please let us know by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org.
More information: 2022EaglesTennisC
We hope to see your players at the courts!!
For students entering grades 6-12
July 11-15. 2022
Bethlehem Central High School Gym B
- Session 1: 9:00-11:00am All Students Grades 6 – 9
(9th graders without playing experience)
- Session 2: 11:30am-1:30pm All Students Grades 9-12
(9th graders with playing experience)
Players will be evaluated on the first day to make sure that they have selected the correct level for their safety. We may ask players to switch sessions based upon this evaluation.
The goal of Spike Camp is to develop a skilled, team-oriented volleyball player. At the beginner level, we will teach the fundamentals of the game and introduce team play concepts through fun and innovative means. At the returning player level, we will continue skill development while incorporating more advanced team tactics. We stress confidence, teamwork, effort and sportsmanship, which we feel are important ingredients in achieving success not only on the court but also with family, school and life. This camp caters to all ability levels for both boys and girls. This camp will make each participant a better player, while preparing them to play organized volleyball.
- Venmo – $133 per camper – @bgvbc (comment with camper’s last name, includes 2% processing fee)
- Check – $130 per camper – payable to Bethlehem Girls’ Volleyball Booster Club – Mail to Becky vonWedel, 32 Fairlawn Dr, Selkirk, NY 12158.
Spike Camp will be conducted by several coaches of the volleyball programs at Bethlehem Central. We will also have a staff of counselors comprised of current players at the beginner level, and alumni at the returning player level.