TEAM
ABOVE
SELF

BASKETBALL CAMP

"OUR MOST SUCCESSFUL TEAMS WERE MADE UP OF PLAYERS THAT PUT THE TEAM BEFORE THEMSELVES.  WE BELIEVE THAT TEAM BEATS TALENT."

– Coach Tim Fries

TEAM ABOVE SELF

ABOUT
THE CAMP

Our high-intensity, drill camp not only focuses on improving your player's on-court skill set, but also builds character and confidence needed to become a top level athlete both on and off the court.

We help players improve: shooting, ball handling, decision making, footwork, leadership and more.

 

Our mission is to emphasize the importance of teamwork above all else, in a fun and organized learning environment.

 

Camp Information

Our camp is for 2nd – 8th grade boys of all skill levels.
The 5-day camp runs from June 3–7, 2019. 
AM Camp Schedule

AM Camp 8:00am – 10:30am

Arrival Time for AM Session
The gym will open every day at 7:45am. Please do not drop off your child prior to 7:45 as there will not be adequate supervision, as the staff will be preparing for the days’ activities.

Pick-up Time for the AM Session
All campers must be picked up by 10:30am. The coaching staff will be breaking for lunch before the afternoon session and there will be NO supervision in the gym. Thank you for making the proper arrangements to ensure that your son is picked up by 10:30am.

PM Camp Schedule

PM Camp 11:30am – 3:30pm

Arrival Time for PM Session
The gym will open every day at 11:15am. Please do not drop off your child prior to 11:15 as there will not be adequate supervision, as the staff will be eating lunch and preparing for the days’ activities.

Pick-up Time for the PM Session
All campers must be picked up by 3:30pm. There are other teams that have scheduled the gym immediately after our camp. Also, many players and coaches will be leaving for summer league games. Therefore there will be no supervision in the gym. Thank you for making the proper arrangements to ensure your son will be picked up on time.

Concession Stand

There will be a concession stand for the campers. All items will be $1.00. Items will include Gatorade, candy, and snacks. Campers will have mandated breaks in which they can eat snacks.

What To Bring

Each camper should bring a water bottle. Fill up stations will be available (also Gatorade may be purchased for $1.00). Campers should also bring a snack (snacks are available for $1) 
Please mark any item your son brings to camp with his name.

Championship Friday

Parents are encouraged to attend our “Championship Friday” awards presentation. This presentation will take place 30 minutes prior to the end of camp. Each camper will be recognized and some will receive individual and team awards.

Camp T-shirts

All camp t-shirts will be distributed on Friday.  The t-shirt will be made of a dri-fit material.  

Camp Ball

All campers will take a basketball home with them on Friday.

Camp Gift

Each camper will receive a camp gift on Friday.

Sibling Discount

For those siblings attending camp, 1st sibling is full price, any additional siblings will be $45! Must have the siblings in the cart at the same time to receive the discount.

Cancellation Policy

There is a $15.00 cancellation for any registered camper.

 

Meet the staff

Coach Tim Fries

has been the head coach of the Miamisburg Vikings for the past 12 seasons.  Coach Fries' teams play unselfish basketball punctuated by fundamental play and toughness.  Last season the team earned their second straight GWOC Western Division championship and coach Fries earned his fourth coach of the year award.  Coach Fries has won more basketball games than any other coach in Miamisburg boys' basketball history.

Coach Rex Gardecki

is a Miamisburg legend.  Rex is Miamisburg's All-Time leading scorer and rebounder.  In college he was named Captain of the University of Dayton Flyers under legendary coach, Don Donoher.  Rex served as an assistant varsity coach for 9 seasons before retiring after the 2018 season to do broadcast work for the Dayton Flyers.  

Coach Chris Johnson

has been an assistant varsity coach for the past 10 seasons.  He has been instrumental in the development of the "hustle makes it happen" culture of the boys' basketball team.  This year's championship team played with toughness and grit leading the GWOC by only giving up 48.8 points per game.

Coach John Giles

has the triple threat when it comes to Team Above Self Basketball Camp.  John attended the camp as a youth, coached at camp as a MHS player, and now helps run the camp while serving as a varsity assistant coach at MHS.  He heads the Vikings' off season player development program.  This season Miamisburg set records for free throw and three point shooting percentages to help them win back to back league championships.

Coach Rhys Overmeyer

completed his first season as 9th grade coach at MHS.  Prior to serving on the high school staff he coached at Miamisburg Middle School.   

 
 
COACH TIM FRIES

MHS Basketball Varsity Head Coach

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