Boys Basketball Fundamentals
June 19 – 22
8:00 – 10:30AM (Grades K – 4) / 10:30AM – 1:00 PM (Grades 5 – 8)
Elite Shooting Camp
Advanced shooting techniques and drills designed to challenge the advanced player getting ready for high school basketball. The camp will be a high intense skill workout for players in 5th – 8th grade. ($50)
11:00AM – 12:00PM (Grades 5 – 8)
*6 minimum, 30 maximum
Boys Basketball Summer League
June 5 – June 28 (Only Monday & Wednesday)
6:00 – 7:00PM (Grades 5-6) / 7:00 – 8:00PM (Grades 7-8)
*16 minimum, 60 maximum per session
3 on 3 Youth Summer League
9:00 – 10:00AM (Grades 3 – 4)
10:00 – 11:00AM (Grades 5 – 6)
For more information go to http://athletics.sjakeepingfaith.org/summer-camps/
COACH STAN DOHM
Coach Dohm is beginning his fourth season at St. James Academy and is a teacher in the Math department. He grew up in Sharon, KS. He has been married for 14 years to his wife Sidni. Together they have 4 children Spencer-9, Sam-8, Sophia-4, and Sullivan-2. They are members of Sacred Heart Parish in Shawnee. Both Spencer and Sam attend school there as well. Stan’s dad was a head boys’ basketball coach for 37 years in the state of Kansas.
Coach Dohm began coaching at Hutchinson CC working for Chad Wintz. In 2004 the Blue Dragons won the first league title in over 10 years. Stan also served as an assistant to the cross country program and Algebra Instructor. After 3 years in the position Stan took the head boys basketball position at Campus High School in Wichita. He held the same position at Haven High School and Cheney High School. During his 4 year stay at Cheney, his teams won the league title twice, finished third twice and had an overall record of 68-22 and qualifying for their first ever 4A state berth.
Coach Dohm earned his Associate’s Degree from Hutchinson Community College, his Bachelors from Newman University, and his Master’s Degree from Wichita State University. He was an Academic All-American all four year of playing basketball in college, 2 at HCC and 2 at Newman. While at Newman he was also named Honorable Mention All-American both his junior and senior season. He still holds the single season free throw percentage record in high school in the state of Kansas. His junior season he connected on 94.7% of his attempts.