The Denver Outlaws will host a summer lacrosse camp that will run July 1st-3rd at Denver South High School, the team announced on Thursday.
Instructors will include Outlaws attackman Chris Bocklet, defenseman Matt Bocklet and other players to be announced at a later time.
Chris Bocklet currently leads Major League Lacrosse with 15 goals and Matt Bocklet, who is a two-time MLL All-Star, is tops among all non-faceoff men with 25 ground balls. Chris is the offensive coordinator for Wheat Ridge High School, which just earned the 2013 Colorado High School Class 4A State Title, and Matt is the head coach of the varsity lacrosse team at Highlands Ranch High School.
The camp will run from 9 a.m. – 12 p.m. each day and is open to boys from 6-9th grade at a cost of $150.
Each day of the camp will feature other Outlaws players and coaches with prize giveaways and autographs available. There will be plenty of scrimmaging and game-like situations to sharpen skills. The cost of the clinic includes an Outlaws pinnie and a ticket to an Outlaws home game. Campers are required to provide their own lacrosse equipment as well as water and snacks.
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