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Coed Multi-sport Spring Break Camp

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Camp Description
The multi-sport camp offers campers the opportunity to play a wide variety of sports and games. From traditional sports like basketball, football, wiffle ball and soccer, campers will also get the chance to play sports they have never tried before such as lacrosse, street hockey, Frisbee golf and more. The objective of the multi-sport camp is to introduce campers to as many sports as possible. A minimum of 4 sports will be played each day. Counselors will help campers learn the basics of each sport while creating a fun environment for all.

The multi-sport currently includes the following sports:
-Flag Football
-Frisbee (Ultimate/Golf)
-Capture the Flag
-Track and Field
-Street Hockey
-Field Games
-Touch Rugby
-And many more!

The Coaches
Coach Sky Russert: Skyler Russert is a MVHS alum who recently graduated from the University of Oregon where he majored in Sociology, minored in Special Education, and got an associates in Exercise and Movement Science. At Mountain View, Skyler was a four year basketball player and played two years of football. He currently works as an assistant coach for the Los Altos High School basketball program and is an instructional assistant for the Los Altos School District. Skyler dedicates his time to helping others succeed in the way that his former teachers and coaches helped him accomplish his goals.

This will be the first year that Skyler is an assistant director for Spartans Sports Camp.

Coach Chris Arshad: Chris Arshad was born and raised in San Mateo, California. His interests growing up were always heavily centered around playing in team atmospheres on sports teams, and his determination to play high school basketball led him to play for Hillsdale High School. After a season with the junior varsity team, Chris was a three-year starter at center for the Knights' Varsity Basketball Team, where he developed leadership skills and led his team to a quarterfinal berth in the CCS playoffs during his senior season.

After graduating from Hillsdale High School, Chris attended The College of San Mateo for two years and later transferred to the University of Colorado, Colorado Springs where he studied Psychology. His goal is to earn a degree and become a middle school teacher or counselor. Chris is passionate and has a special talent for working with kids. This summer will be Chris窶冱 fourth as the Multi-Sport Camp Director for Spartans Sports Camp.

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