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Summer Camp

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For Girls ages 5 - 17 years;  All positions, including Goalies

Session 1:  June 24-27, 2019 ;  9:00am-12:00 noon, Bedford, NH or Manchester, NH   Camp Director: Kerry Gobiel

Session 2:  July 8-11, 2019; 9:00 am -12:00 noon, Bedford, NH or Manchester, NH  Camp Director: Kerry Gobiel

Fee:  $175  Includes NH Tomahawks Reversible Pinnie

Please Note:  Camp T-shirt ($10) will be available for purchase during online registration until June 1st.

NH Tomahawks Girls Summer Camp

NH Tomahawks girls summer camp is for girls ages 5-17, all abilities welcome.  Players will be divided by position, age and ability, and will focus on improving fundamental skills including, offensive moves, shooting, cutting, feeding, one-on-defense, all in a fun learning environment.  Goalies will have specific goalie training and will integegrate in with the rest of the camp for game play. At NH Tomahawks summer camp, the goal is to bring your game to the next level and Be Your Best!

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Camp T-Shirt

NH Tomahawks Camp t-shirt is available $10 during online registration until June 1.

Kerry D'Ambroise, Camp Director (Session 1 & 2)

NH Tomahawks summer camp director is Kerry D'Ambroise; Head Varsity lacrosse coach at Bishop Guertin High School, NH Tomahawks coach, and former asst. women's lacrosse coach at Plymouth State University. 

Kerry graduated cum lade with her bachelors in childhood studies from Plymouth State University in 2010 where she was a 4 year member on the field hockey and lacrosse teams for the Panthers. In 2011 Kerry signed on as the lacrosse asst. coach for her alma mattar while completing her masters degree in special education. Kerry currently is a 4th grade special education teacher at Pelham Elementary School. Kerry is also a leadership coach at Velocity Performance. 

Kerry earned Nashua telegraph lacrosse coach of the year 2015, Merrimack valley conference coach of the year 2014, 2 time leading scorer plymouth state field hockey, little east all conference lacrosse and field hockey. With in her first year at the helm of Bishop Guertin High school lacrosse Kerry took the cardinals to their first Division 1 state championship.