Milford Boys Lacrosse Camp
Jonathan Law High School
Milford Boys Lacrosse Camp
July 9 - July 12, 2018
Half Day $175.00 9:00 am - 12:00 pm
Day Camp $325.00 9:00 am - 3:00 pm
GameBreaker is proud to return to Jonathan Law High School for this Milford, Connecticut boys lacrosse camp. This camp is open to boys ages 6-17 with half-day option from 9-12 daily for ages 6-9. Campers will learn individual stick skills, positional play, team concepts, and will scrimmage daily. We also hold many fun contests during the week for great prizes. Join us for an unforgettable week of lacrosse training and fun!
About Our Coaches
Scott Bartush began coaching at Hopkins in 2017. Coach Bartush is a graduate of Endicott College were he played both football and lacrosse. At Endicott Scott won two conference championships, was voted all conference for two consecutive years along with being the captain of both his lacrosse and football team. Before entering college Scott attended Fairfield High School were he was also the captain of his football and lacrosse team along with winning a state championship in 1998 and being voted All State and All FCIAC in his junior and senior year. Since graduating from Endicott in 2004 Scott has been the Assistant Coach and Defense Coach at Fairfield Ludlowe High School. In the last 11 years at Fairfield Ludlowe Scott has helped take them to the State and FCIAC playoffs multiple times along with getting them to the State Class S Championship game. He was also voted the CT Class L Assistant Coach of the Year in 2015.
Check in/out: Day Campers check in daily at 9am. Check out daily at 3pm. (check out for half day campers is 12pm)
Age & Ability: Day camp is open to ages 7-17 of all ability levels. Half-Day camp is open to ages 6-9.
Meals Provided: Campers are to bring their own lunch.
Day Camper Schedule: Day Camp
9:00 Campers arrive; Stretching and warm-up
9:15 First Session - Individual skill work
10:15 Lax Talk and All-Star Demos
10:30 Break 10:45 Positional Training
12:00 Lunch, Half-Day Campers depart
1:00 Second Session - Team Concepts
2:00 Team games
3:00 Full-Day Campers depart
I would like to attend this camp again because the coaches were really cool and helped me improve my technique. One of the coaches gave me a private lesson every day.
My son had so much fun at camp this year. All he has been talking about is coming back next year and reuniting with the friends he made.
My son loved this camp so much there were days he did not want to go home. He made so many friends at camp. He can not wait for his season to start again in the fall.
My time at camp was so much fun. I’ve been to other lacrosse camps but the GameBreaker camp was by far the best one. The coaches were very helpful and knowledgeable about lacrosse which made the drills very productive. I learned a whole lot that I can transfer to my game this upcoming season.
I sent my son to camp for a week this summer and it was his highlight of the summer. He was so happy to be playing lacrosse with all his friends all week. Next summer we will have to look into sending him for multiple weeks. He had a blast!
I was trying to learn how to play midfield for this upcoming season after playing attack previously. The coaches were very helpful while explaining the positional responsibilities as well as what to do in certain parts of the game. My biggest area of question was what to do in transition defense since I was rarely in that position and the coaches helped answer all of my questions.
I wanted my son to practice being more aggressive on the field especially around loose balls. Typically he would hang back and wait for a teammate to get the ball and look for an outlet pass. I mentioned this to the coaches on day 1 and by the final day scrimmage I noticed that he was around the back more and doing some of the dirty work. I appreciate all you guys do for the campers, see you next summer!
I started out as just a half day camper, but by day 2 I made my mom switch me to full day I was having too much fun to leave early. I learned a lot at camp and really liked scrimmaging in the afternoon. That was my favorite part about camp.
I was very pleased with how well this camp ran. The check-in process on the first day went extremely quick. The camp staff was great and it greatly added to my son having such a great time at camp.
Coach Mike was a very hands-on coach. Instead of having his assistants run practice he was on the field instructing the drills as well. As a parent it was very refreshing to see the director being that involved in the camp. My son got a lot out of camp and Coach Mike was a big factor in that.