5 Tips To Prepare Your Child For Summer Camp In 2021

By pwsadmin | February 10, 2021

Summer camps were beneficial and fun then. They are the same even now. 2020 was a difficult phase even for our kids. With enhanced dependence over technology for every action and screen-time being lengthened forcefully, it definitely redefined childhood for every kid and parent. Now, that the summer sports camps across NYC are finally opening…

Basketball Camps: A Learning Experience (And Also Fun) For Children During The Summer Holidays

By pwsadmin | January 20, 2021

With the summer holidays nearing, parents certainly feel lost thinking about ways to make their vacation time worthwhile. There’s so much to do in such a short time; even though they won’t benefit your child’s personal growth enough. One of the best ways that can make your child’s holidays a journey of fitness and skill…

Flag Football Is Completely Free of Physical Contact And Totally Safe For Kids

By pwsadmin | December 29, 2020

No parent would want their little kid to play football at the age of 8 to 13. The nature of the sport is quite fierce for young kids and therefore, every parent would rather have their kid play basketball, baseball, soccer, but not football. What about flag football? This is a sport that looks and…

Get Your Kid Started In Basketball By Following These Tips

By pwsadmin | December 21, 2020

Basketball sport may look easy to play, but in reality it calls for a lot of practice. If your kid is showing an inclination toward this great sport, then it is important for you to know how to help him or her gets started. In this blog, our aim will be to help you learn…

Getting Your Kids To Practice Basketball At Home

By pwsadmin | July 29, 2020

While the best summer basketball camps in NYC remain closed this year because of the pandemic, you must be worried about your child’s fitness as well as his/her basketball skills getting rusty. After all, pushing them to practice the basics without their teammates might be a bit complicated, as they might now show that much…

Jesse Cooper-Leary

By pwsadmin | April 21, 2020

Cory Sanders

By pwsadmin | April 21, 2020

Cory Sanders started as a head basketball coach at Kids of Summer in 2014 and quickly rose to become Kids of Summer’s Basketball Director in 2018. Cory brings over 12 years of experience coaching basketball at the Middle School, High School and AAU levels as well as professional basketball coaching experience with the ABA. In…

Ahmed Cohen

By pwsadmin | April 21, 2020

Maycoll Anez – Head Pitching Coach

By pwsadmin | March 20, 2020

Maycoll Anez had an illustrious pro career as a pitcher at the AA level with the Chicago White Sox. He is an expert pitching instructor and also serves as the head coach of our 10U NY Bluebirds, and the head pitching coach in the Bluebirds organization. Maycoll’s fun energy and ability to coach both our…

Brian Handell – Program Director

By pwsadmin | March 20, 2020

Brian Handell was born to play and coach sports. Raised on the Upper West Side, he had a successful athletic career at Beacon High School, where he won a PSAL baseball championship and was the leading scorer in all of the PSAL as captain of the soccer team. He went on to attend the University…