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Summer Sports Camps

For decades, the St. Joe’s Marauders have been a dominant force in Western New York high school sports, and our summer sports camps are sure to give you a competitive edge!
Choose from seven different sports, and receive guidance from some of the top coaches and players in Western New York. Download the registration form and secure a spot today!
For more information, please contact Pete Kennedy '97, Director of Admissions, at 716.874.4953 or

July 31 - August 3
9 - 11:30 a.m. for boys entering grades 5 - 7 in fall 2017
1 - 3:30 p.m. for boys entering grades 8 - 9 in fall 2017 
St. Joe’s - Athletic Field Complex

Cost: $100


Coach Paul Nasca '86 and his staff host this camp at one of the finest baseball facilities in Western New York. Learn how to practice and compete the St. Joe’s way as current coaches and players lead drills designed to improve all facets of your game. Campers must bring bats, gloves, and catching equipment if applicable.


July 10 – 13

9 a.m. - 12 p.m.
for boys entering grades 5 - 7 in fall 2017

St. Joe’s – Gymnasium

Cost: $100


The coaching staff of St. Joe’s 19-time MMHSAA Manhattan Cup champions hosts this exciting and popular camp. Learn and develop fundamental basketball skills the St. Joe’s way in a competitive and fun environment. Trophies are awarded for team and individual competitions and to the most improved camper.



July 10 – 14
6 - 8 p.m.
for boys entering grades 7 - 9 in fall 2017
St. Joe’s – Athletic Field Complex
Cost: $100

The St. Joe’s Football program, 23-time MMHSAA champions, hosts its camp at the all-weather Robert T. Scott, AFSC Athletic Field Complex on the St. Joe’s campus. Led by Head Coach Derek Landri, the camp will cover skills relative to offense, defense, and special teams along with strength, conditioning, and nutrition. This is a noncontact camp. All campers should bring shorts, t-shirt, turf spikes or sneakers, and a mouth guard.

August 7 – 11
2 - 3:30 p.m. for boys entering grades 3 - 6 in fall 2017 
3:30 - 5 p.m. for boys entering grades 7 - 9 in fall 2017 
Northtown Center Feature Rink
Cost: $175

The St. Joe’s Hockey Camp is intended for the serious hockey player. Hard work, accountability, sportsmanship and being a good teammate are the foundations of the St. Joe’s Hockey program. This winning formula will be integrated throughout the camp. Learn the fundamentals of hockey, improve your skating, pass­ing, and shooting skills as the St. Joe’s Varsity Hockey program, 11-time NYCHSAA State Champions, helps to elevate your game to the next level. Each session is limited to the first 40 campers.\

July 31 - August 3
6 - 8:00 p.m.
for boys entering grades 4 - 8 in fall 2017
St. Joe’s – Athletic Field Complex
Cost: $100

St. Joe’s Lacrosse staff, led by Head Coach Peter Hudecki '92, is eager to help you reach the next level. Last season, the St. Joe’s varsity team were MMHSAA champions and ranked among the top team in New York. The camp teaches the fundamentals of lacrosse and provides a solid foundation for young players.

July 17 – 21
6 - 8:00 p.m.
for boys entering grades 6 - 9 in fall 2017
St. Joe’s – Athletic Field Complex
Cost: $100

Our popular Soccer Camp is back again for a week of fun and learning. Hosted by the St. Joe’s Soccer program, 22-time MMHSAA champions, the goal of this camp is to help participants learn and develop fundamental soccer skills. All campers should bring shorts, t-shirt, shinguards, and turf cleats or sneakers.

WRESTLING (Novice & Advanced)
July 24 - July 27
6 - 8:00 p.m.
for boys entering grades 2 - 12 in fall 2017
St. Joe’s – Auxiliary Gym
Cost: $100

The Novice Camp is designed specifically for new participants to wrestling. Campers develop basic wrestling skills in a safe and fun environment that promotes a healthy lifestyle. The Advanced Camp challenges experienced wrestlers with technique, drilling, and live matches. The Wrestling program has experienced tremendous success with 121 All-Catholic and 18 CHSAA State championships. All skill levels are welcome. Campers should bring shorts, t-shirt, and sneakers or wrestling shoes. Participants receive a St. Joe’s Wrestling t-shirt.

  Wrestling team photo