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Middle School and High School – Sundays at Hammond Park
Pre K to Grade 6 – Saturdays at Dunwoody Springs Elementary
SUMMER BOYS CAMP
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Week 1 – May 31, June 1, 2, 3
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Coaches Spotlight: Coach Phil Smith
Phil was offensive Coordinator for five years at Riverwood High School where he worked with Coach Corsetti. A student of the game and rentless teacher of the fundamentals.
- Huntington High School – Long Island NY – All-League, All County, North South All-Star 1982
- Lynchburg College – All ODAC 1985, 1986. – All-American and North South All-Star 1986
Why do you coach? To honor and give back to the game I love. To make a positive impact on the young men I coach
What do you want your players to feel at the end of the season? To have improved, To have had fun and to have learned personal responsibility and to value the rewards of hard work.
Who is one of your mentors or someone you admire in coaching/teaching? Herb Brooks – Coach of 1980 USA Ice Hockey Olympic.
What is your coaching philosophy? To provide appropriate guidance in sportsmanship in order to build character and self-esteem.
Most Recent Blog Posts
Written by Coach Lou Corsetti and Head Official Gordon Corsetti:
Over the years people have asked me why I coach. A good deal of my answers revolve around the fun I have watching...
I recently received this letter (see below) from the Atlanta Blaze and former Atlanta Youth Lacrosse Alumni Scott R...
I came across this wonderful article (see below link) a few days ago and thought it would be a good time to post it...
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