Strength and Conditioning Camp:
This camp focuses on total body strength. This will include evaluations of each athlete at the start and finish of the camp. Each session will conclude with a conditioning element to have athletes prepared to be in great physical and cardiovascular condition for the start of fall practices.
This camp will focus on both linear and multidirectional speed. This will include an evaluation of each athlete at the beginning and end of the camp. Each session will conclude with a conditioning element to have the athlete prepared to be in great physical and cardiovascular condition for the beginning of fall practices.
OA PERFORMANCE CENTER/PARISI SPEED SCHOOL
At Cheverus High School
June 19th-August 9th
The OA Parisi Speed School has been providing sports performance training for more than 2 decades, working with over 850,000 athletes starting from 7 years old to the pros. During our 16 session camp the athlete will participate in classes that will improve their overall sport performance. These sessions will:
Provide a total body warm up routine to improve mobility, balance, stability, cardiovascular endurance, and motor skill coordination.
Strengthen the muscles used in sprinting allowing an athlete to cover more ground per stride
Lay out step by step how to maximize an athlete’s acceleration. Proper joint angles and ground force application is taught so that every athlete will understand how to continually develop and refine these newly learned skills throughout his or her career.
Instruct the athlete on our deceleration method which will decrease the potential for injuries during the season
Educate the athlete on the importance of biomechanics to decrease the potential for Injury and enhance multi-directional speed and quickness
Sessions will end with a metabolic challenge to provide a conditioning base for the season
Provide education on the foods needed to improve athletic performance
All sessions are supervised and guided by our professional Strength and Conditioning Coaches who are nationally certified
Tuesdays and Thursdays 7:30-8:30am
$199 per athlete
Open to all athletes entering 9th-12th Grade
Register onsite June 19th
Call Stan Skolfield at (207) 710-5509 with questions
OA PERFORMANCE CENTER/PARISI SPEED SCHOOL
STRENGTH & CONDITIONING CAMP
At Cheverus High School
June 18th-August 10th
The Parisi Speed School has been providing sports performance training for more than 2 decades, working with over 850,000 athletes starting from 7 years old to the pros. During our 24 session strength camp the athlete shall participate in sessions that will:
- Provide a total body strength routine (upper, lower, and core)
- Strengthen the muscles used in sprinting allowing an athlete to cover more ground per stride
- Decrease the potential for injuries during the season
- Improve power
- Improve mobility and flexibility
- Session will end with a metabolic challenge to provide a conditioning base for the season
- Provide education on the foods needed to improve athletic performance
- All sessions are supervised and guided by our professional Strength and Conditioning Coaches who are nationally certified
Monday Wednesdays and Friday
Session 1: 7:30am-8:30am
Session 2: 8:30am-9:30am
$288 Per Athlete
Open to athletes entering 9th-12th grade
Register onsite June 18th
Call Stan Skolfield at (207) 710-5509 with questions
Varsity Coach: AJ Simokitis, email@example.com
CHEVERUS FOOTBALL SUMMER SCHEDULE 2018
•June Mini Camp-
DATES: Mon. June 11 through Thurs. June 14
TIMES: Practices run 4-7pm. Players should arrive at the locker room no later than 3:30pm.
LOCATION: Cheverus Boys Locker Room, Football Practice Field abutting Ocean Ave on campus.
EQUIPMENT/LOCKERS: Will be issued to current students in late May, and to Incoming Freshmen/Transfer Students on Monday June 11 at 3:00pm. *(Incoming Freshmen and Transfer students must have paid the school deposit and finished their 2018 school year in order to participate.)
ATTIRE: Helmets and shoulder pads, T-shirt, shorts, and cleats.
CAMP STYLE: Safety and fundamentals focused, high energy, low impact. NO live contact. Appropriate match ups in all drills.
OBJECTIVES: Introduce team philosophy, base offensive and defensive systems, evaluate players, build team chemistry.
“OA Strength and Conditioning Camp”:
MWF 7:30-8:30 or 8:30-9:30am, June 18-Aug 10 at Cheverus indoor track and weight room
“OA Speed Camp”:
T,TH 7:30-8:30am, June 19-Th Aug 9 at Cheverus outdoor track on main playing field
(Both are highly recommended but not mandatory)
Click Link: Summer Speed/Strength&Conditioning Camp
For the second summer in a row, Cheverus will employ Orthopedic Associates Performance Center/Parisi Speed School of Saco to run their professional strength and speed camps for our students HERE on the Cheverus campus. OA is the top athletic training outfit in Maine, with all trainers holding the highest degrees in their respective fields. The programs will be overseen by the Cheverus Athletic Department and Football and Field Hockey coaching staffs. Both camps will run 9 weeks. The 1 hour “Strength and Conditioning” class will be M,W,F 7:30-8:30am or 8:30-9:30am (your choice) beginning Mon, June 18. Players should report 10 minutes early to the indoor track downstairs in the main building. The “Speed” class will be T,TH 7:30-8:30am beginning Tues June 19. Players should report to the outdoor track 10 minutes early. Rain days will move “Speed” to the indoor track.
These programs were very successful and popular with our student athletes last summer. Testing at the beginning and end of the programs revealed considerable gains in speed, strength, flexibility and athleticism. Safety and proper nutrition are hallmarks of the programs. The OA trainers are professional, extremely knowledgeable and excellent role models. The fees charged are bare minimum, with word of mouth by participants being the major benefit to OA. Cheverus makes no money from the OA camps. Registration will take place between Loyola Hall and the main building Monday, June 18 and Tuesday, June 19 beginning at 7am. OA Performance Center Manager Stan Skolfield is happy to answer any questions about these programs 828-2800.
The Football staff will have the weight room open Tuesday and Thursday at 4-5pm throughout the summer for any player who chooses not to participate in OA summer camps. A strength program will be coordinated by the coach.
•7 on 7 Passing League-
Beginning June 22nd we will compete in five passing league games on Friday afternoons, most at 4:30-7:30/8, with the exception of July 13 at Bonny Eagle H.S. from 11:30 to 2:30. All “skill” position players should attend. Interior linemen won’t participate. The format is Round Robin vs three or more area high schools. Games are non-contact/ two hand touch. Attire is shorts, t-shirt, cleats. Players should bring water or sports drinks.
2018 Cheverus Football Summer Passing League Schedule:
1. Friday, June 22 at 4:00 at Cape Elizabeth High School. Players should arrive no later than 3:15.
2. Friday, June 29 at 4:00 at Cape Elizabeth High School. Players should arrive by 3:15.
•No Game July 6 on account of the holiday.
3. Friday, July 13 at 11:30 at Bonny Eagle High School. Players should arrive by 10:15.
4. Friday, July 20 at 4:00 at Thornton Academy. Players should arrive by 3:15.
5. Friday, July 27 at 4:00 at Scarborough High School. Players should arrive by 3:15.
Preseason begins Monday, August 13. Players must be in compliance with the billing office, and have both Participation Consent forms and Medical Physical forms submitted in order to take part on August 13. Double session practices will run 8-10:15am and 4-6:15pm for Two Weeks. Saturdays will be longer morning sessions only. Sundays are off.
Click Link: Junior Legion Schedule
Thirsty Turf will again sponsor our Junior Legion team. Nic Lops will serve as head coach and be assited by Alex Valenti, Ed Smith, Shyler Scates and Mac Mckew. This team will be comprised soley of Cheverus student athletes and is certainly more of a developmental team. It provides the opportunity for the varsity coaches to better assess the younger players in the program. The goal is to have a mix of experienced and younger players on this team. The rosters hold 18 players for each team, depending on level of interest, we may not have room for everyone. This is to be determined.
Click Link: Senior Legion Scedule
Coastal Landscape will again sponsor our Senior Legion team. Dan McCarthy will once again be the head coach and will be assited by Stu Jacobs, Logan McCarthy and Mac Mckew. As with Senior Legion last year, this team will be hosted by Cheverus and will also be comprised by players from Yarmouth, Falmouth, Windham and Deering High School. We will be holding a try out in the near future for this team.
Cost to play American Legion ball will be $150 per player. This covers the operating costs outside of what the sponsors cover for us.
Head Coach: Bill Fenton, firstname.lastname@example.org
Summer Soccer 2018
The following opportunities are available to any girl interested in playing summer soccer. These opportunities are optional and NOT a prerequisite for playing in the Fall.
Click Link: Summer Schedule
COACH: Craig Roberts (c) 518-1703 Email: email@example.com
Click Link: Freshmen info and Schedule
This summer, we’ll continue to participate in the Southern Maine Summer Soccer League, in addition to once again competing in the New England Challenge Cup in late July, and we’ve organized strength/conditioning workouts every week.
As a private school, and very much a melting pot of students from various districts, it’s imperative that we play together as much as possible prior to the season beginning.
Summer soccer is not mandatory; our philosophy has always been that kids need to be kids, and summer is a time to enjoy away from school, with family and friends. On that note, those who play summer soccer are generally better prepared to transition into the fall season than those who don’t.
Game nights are Tuesday and Thursday evenings (generally at 6:00), with most games being played away from Cheverus. Monday/Wednesday/Friday strength and conditioning workouts will be organized by Coach Rose and held from 10:30-11:30 AM at Cheverus High School. In addition, we’ll have soccer training every Friday morning from 8:00-10:00 at Washington Ave. For those with jobs - you’re safe to create a work schedule that eats up Monday/Wednesday/Friday afternoons/evenings, in addition to Tuesday/Thursday mornings/afternoons.
Head Coach: Matt Andreasen -- firstname.lastname@example.org
COACH: Sally Cloutier, cell: 207-329-1327; email: email@example.com
Coach: Addie Cullenberg-- firstname.lastname@example.org
We will be practicing over the summer Monday/Wednesday/Friday starting July 13th
- The team will meet at Cheverus from 5:30pm- 7:15pm, in order to run in cooler temps. If the location changes, it will be communicated via email ahead of time. It is important to show up to summer practices in order to establish a mileage base for the season, and for athletes to familiarize themselves with our stretching/dynamics/core routine.
- Please make sure you arrive to every practice with the following:
- Running shoes used explicitly for running (make sure the soles are not worn out) Recommended brands: Asics, Brooks, and Saucony - Fleet Feet (Portland/Brunswick) is a great source
- Water Bottle
- Watch (phones will not be allowed for timing purposes)
- Spikes (racing shoes) will not be needed for summer practices, however it is encouraged that athletes purchase their spikes over the summer, so that they will have them in time for our first meet.
"WE > ME" Boys Summer Basketball
June 11 - July 19
Open to all boys basketball players planning to attend Cheverus High School in the Fall of 2018. Incoming 9th graders must have completed their 8th grade year and paid their Cheverus enrollment deposit prior to participating.
Fee: $125 (checks made payable to "Cheverus High School") due on first day of practice.
"WE > ME" T-shirt included
Click Link: Summer League Schedule
Click Link: Practice Schedule
Click Link: Registration
Ryan Soucie- Soucie@cheverus.org