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Summer Camp Reinvented

June 12, 2020 Update:
While we are very excited to be able to get back to sharing 5&2s as soon as possible (at least with an air high five!), we are also closely monitoring the outbreak of Covid-19. The CDC and State of PA have said that Summer Camps can take place but the guidelines they are recommending are VERY limiting. It would be difficult to offer a program for kids that follows the guidelines strictly and provides a fun camp experience. At this point we do not feel comfortable organizing a socially distant summer camp, that is just very difficult for kids to adhere to and still have fun. We have witnessed it ourselves with our own kids this Spring and at this point we feel it is still too soon to take on the risk of organizing large gatherings of people.

We hope some of the kids can engage in the following activities:
* Individual and small group basketball instruction at the player's home
* Small group Instruction on Zoom
* Large group instruction on Zoom
* Free activities via Google Classroom
* Reading program for kids in grades 3-8


A Champion in every grade will be named!
1. Review the official rules (join our Google Locker Room to see tutorial video - instructions at the bottom of this page)
2. Submit your score - enter as many times as you want!
3. Results from Round 1 will be posted July 3

Basketball Instruction at YOUR home

Our Coach at Your Home!

Benefit from great instruction with just the player(s) in your household or invite a friend. Max of 4 players total. The Coach will practice social distancing from the kids. A waiver will be sent in advance for your review. With group instruction, be mindful that compatible level of experience would be beneficial to all players. For some locations, a $10 travel fee may be added per session for coach travel expenses. 

Fees for 1-2 players:
$60 for 1 session
$165 for 3 sessions
$250 for 5 sessions

Fees for 3-4 players:
$80 for 1 session
$185 for 3 sessions
$270 for 5 sessions


Basketball instruction on Zoom

A great basketball workout at a low cost from your own home!

Prior basketball playing experience required. Recommended for kids entering 3rd grade or above. 

Large Group Zoom
Coach: Steve Cloran

1 hour of drills to keep your kids busy, active and improve at bball
Fee: $10
Participants will get a Zoom link the morning of the session along with payment instructions

Small Group Zoom
Coach: Eric Kindler

1 hour of drills with feedback so your kids can learn more about how to improve
Fee: $20
Participants will get a Zoom link the morning of the session along with payment instructions


summer reading program

Teacher guided online reading programs

Your child will be able to read at their own pace using guided notes, vocabulary help and comprehension questions to improve interaction with the story. Teacher will be able to periodically check in on student’s work and provide direct feedback to questions and allow for revision of answers when necessary.

Dates: June 22nd to July 31st
Fee: $30 per child $50 a family 

If interested please email [email protected] with the following information:
Your name
Child’s Name
Preferred email address
Choice of program (Grades 3-5 or 6-8)


Google Classroom of Activities

Activities, practice ideas and drills on your own time!

Join the Mission 5&2 Google Classroom to see your favorite coaches providing a variety of videos for all age groups:
* Basketball drills and skills
* HOTSHOT Competition
* Arts and crafts
* Read aloud books for younger campers

FREE to join
Simply go to enter the code p7leeh7

Limited to the first 250 users so please do not join if your kids will not benefit from the videos

Coach Bios

Steve Cloran
Locations for live instruction: Main Line and Delaware County
Steve played high school basketball at Cardinal O'Hara from 1986-1990.  At the conclusion of his senior year, Steve was fortunate to earn the Most Valuable Player Award for the Southern Division of the Philadelphia Catholic League.  Steve also earned a Division I scholarship to play at Saint Francis University from 1990-1994.  In 1991, Saint Francis won the Northeast Conference Championship and accepted a bid to play in the NCAA Division I Tournament.  Steve was a varsity head coach at Marple Newtown High School, The Haverford School, and Cardinal O'Hara High School.  Steve spent one year in between high school jobs as an assistant women's coach at Haverford College under Hall of Fame Coach, Bobbi Morgan.  Today, along with co-leading the Mission 5&2 clinics, leagues, and camps, Steve is the co-director of the H-PRIDE Basketball Club for boys and girls in grades 4-8 and is a member of the senior staff at Camp Tecumseh, the oldest overnight all-sports boys camp in the country located in Moultonborough, New Hampshire.  

Eric Kindler
Locations for live instruction: Lower Main Line (Gladwyne-Villanova) and area surrounding St. Joseph's Prep High School
Eric played basketball at Trinity High School in Camp Hill, PA where he ranks 3rd all-time in scoring and helped win three consecutive District 3 Championships under coach Larry Kostelac Jr. He went on to play Division 1 Basketball at Canisius College before transferring to play locally for Phil Martelli at Saint Joseph’s University. Most recently, he was the Head Boys’ Varsity Coach of Conwell-Egan Catholic of the Philadelphia Catholic League.

Darren McDowell
Locations for live instruction: Main Line and Delaware County, North Wilmington (DE)

Darren played basketball at Salesianum. He has taught middle school for 22 years. Darren has coached in the Philadelphia Catholic League for Monsignor Bonner and Cardinal O’Hara for 4 and 3 years, respectively.  He also has coached both middle school boys and girls basketball as well as various high school spring/summer leagues for boys/girls.  Darren has been a site director for summer basketball camps for over 12 years.

Ryan Tozer
Locations for live instruction: Areas surrounding Media and Sea Isle City

Ryan played high school basketball at Friends’ Central School and college basketball at Eastern University scoring over 1000 points at each. Ryan was an assistant at Holy Family University before spending 10 years as a head coach at Rosemont College and at Friends’ Central. As a high school coach he coached numerous players who went on to play at every level of college basketball. Ryan's proud to have coached De’Andre Hunter who won an NCAA championship at the University of Virginia and was the 4th overall pick by the Atlanta Hawks in the 2019 NBA draft.

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