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Cranford Coaches Release Summer Sport Camps Schedule

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CRANFORD, NJ – It’s the season for summer camps in Cranford and registration is still open for a number of athletic camps. The Cranford school coaches have released the following information with contacts for each camp.

Age ranges for each camp have not been shared but will be updated when possible. In the meantime, the coaches below can be contacted by email.

Girl Power Basketball: June 26 through June 30 at Orange Avenue School. Contact Kathy Gilbert for more information.

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Baseball: June 26 through June 30 at Memorial Field. Contact Dennis McCaffery for more information.

Boys Basketball: July 5 through July 7 at Cranford High School. Contact Ryan Huber for more information.

Football (a.m.): July 10 through July 14 at Memorial Field. Contact Erik Rosenmeier for more information.

Softball: July 10 through July 14 at Adams Avenue Field. Contact Heather West for more information.

Boys Lacrosse: July 17 through July 21 at Memorial Field. Contact Al Reinoso for more information.

Girls Volleyball: July 17 through July 20 at Cranford High School. Contact Kelly Helfrich for more information.

Girls Lacrosse (a.m.): July 24 through July 28 at Memorial Field. Contact Samantha Berk for more information.

Boys Soccer (a.m.): July 31 through August 4 at Memorial Field. Contact Greg Campbell for more information.

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