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Hawaii Prep announces swim/water polo camp 2010


WAIMEA, Island of Hawaii—Hawaii Preparatory Academy will offer three swim/water polo camps for students 8 years of age and older at the school’s Dowsett Pool. Students must be able to swim 25 yards or more to attend the camps.

Session 1 will run March 22-25 (Fee: $115); Session 2 will run June 7-11 (Fee: $140); and Session 3 will run June 14-18 (Fee: $140). Camps begin at 8:30 a.m. and end at 11:30 a.m.

Swim instruction will cover the four competitive strokes (butterfly, backstroke, breaststroke, and freestyle), starts, and turns. Participants will learn the basics, improve their skills, or master technique. HPA varsity swim and Academy Swim Club coach Mark Noetzel will lead the swim portion of the camp with assistance from HPA and ASC coach Greg McKenna, current varsity players, and swimmers. Noetzel (ASCA/USA Swimming Inc. coach) has worked extensively with swimmers of all abilities—from beginners to Olympic champions.

Water polo instruction will include general water polo skills, ball handling, and team play.

All levels—beginning, intermediate, and advanced—are encouraged to participate. Day one of the camp will include a skills evaluation of each participant.

For more information, contact Mark Noetzel at 808-640-6236 e-mail:

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