For kids interested in sports, New Castle offers many of different sports camps throughout the summer.
At the Horace Greeley High School, there is an Advanced Skills Football Camp over the weekend of June 23-26 for a fee of $325, available for ages 14-19,
There is Blacktop Basketball camp at HGHS, June 27-30 for boys and girls entering grades 3-9 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. for a fee of $320. The camp is in its 21st year with 19-year varsity basketball coach Dave Fernandes leading the camp.
June 27 through July 1 there is the Bobby Herodes Summer Sports Camp for children ages 5-12. The camp runs from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday through Friday at Roaring Brook Elementary School. Campers can learn "Fun ball" a new form of Dodgeball.
New this year is the Touchmasters Soccer Camp for boys and girls ages 5-17 at Upper Gedney Field at Gedney Park. The camp runs from July 5-8 and is $225 for children 5-8 and $320 for kids 9-17.
In July, there is the Ned Bowen "All Out" Lacrosse Camp directed by Greeley alum and University of Virginia national champion, Ned Bowen, teaching boys and girls ages 7-17 a greater understanding of lacrosse. The camp goes from July 11-14 and its $350.
There is also the "Five Star" Basketball camp, a competitive week of hoops, at Greeley High from July 25-29. Boys and girls ages 7-15 can join and it costs $290.
In August, there is True Player Lacrosse for boys directed by Vin DeGregorio, the Horace Greeley Varsity Lacrosse coach. The camp runs from August 1-5 for boys entering grades 2-10 and costs $275.
Finally, there is the David Lee Basketball Camp August 8-12 at Horace Greeley High School. NBA-All Star David Lee returns to host his basketball camp for the fourth year in Chappaqua. The camp is open to boys and girls ages 7-15 and costs $345.
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