Girls Basketball Camp
August 1-5 | 9:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m.
- Girls 6-14 years old
- Early bird registration | $275 (deadline - February 24)
The GC Girls Basketball Camp stresses individual fundamentals and team play for girls ages 6-14. The sessions are taught by players and coaches from Good Counsel - a team recognized as one of the top ranked programs in the nation. A small counselor to camper ratio ensures that all players receive individual attention during the week. We want all campers to walk away from camp having had a positive experience with the game of basketball.
- Stretching & Agility
- Shooting, Ball Handling & Offensive Moves
- Fundamental Stations
- Individual Instruction
- Team Games
- Camp Contests
What to bring
- Be dressed in a T-shirt, shorts, and sneakers
- No jewelry
- Lunch can be brought from home in a cooler, or a lunch plan is available for purchase two weeks before the start of camp
- Full water bottle with camper's name on it
Milt Kimbrough, GC Varsity Girls’ Basketball Head Coach
Milt Kimbrough is a 22-year veteran coach of girls’ basketball. Currently, he is in his fourth season as Varsity Girls Basketball Head Coach at Our Lady of Good Counsel High School. Coach Kimbrough was also the Head Varsity Coach at the Washington Christian Academy in Olney, Maryland, and led the team to win the 2010 Division I Christian League State Championship.
Coach Kimbrough is the founder of the Germantown Maryland Lady Panthers girls’ basketball organization. The Lady Panthers’ main focus is the development and discipline of the player, and his philosophy is that with humility and trust, a player will achieve success. Currently this program has more than 40 students who have received athletic scholarships at Division I, II, III colleges, including the University of Virginia, East Carolina University, Syracuse University, American University, William & Mary College, University of North Carolina Greensboro, West Virginia University, Shepherd University, Carnegie Mellon University, Lebanon Valley College, University of Florida, University of Delaware, and Mount Saint Mary’s University.
Coach Kimbrough is a 1988 graduate of University of Akron where he played football. He is the Lead Administrative Officer at the National Institute of Mental Health.
Questions? Contact Coach Kimbrough at email@example.com