For boys and girls, in the Flag Football Training Camp, kids will go through a series of drills for both offensive and defensive players including the quarterback, wide receiver, defensive back, and linebacker positions. Kids will spend the first half of each camp day learning and working on fundamental skills associated with the game of football (non-contact) in a safe and fun environment including receiving, passing, defending and route running. Scrimmage games will be played during the second half of each camp day, helping to reinforce what was learned during instruction. Daily and weekly camp prizes will be given to kids for various contests and games throughout the week.

Boys & Girls | 6 – 12 Year Olds  |  9:00am – 12:00pm

See the training camp dates below. Sign up for any one to four weeks of camp. Please indicate in the comments section when registering, which week(s) you wish to attend.

Camp Dates:

Week 1
July 17th – July 21st
Week 2
July 24th – July 28th
Week 3
August 14th – August 18th
Week 4
August 21st – August 25th

Camp Prices: 

Register by June 1st for the early bird discount.

Regular Price

Early Bird Price

One Week


Two Weeks


Three Weeks


Four Weeks


Extended Day Option

You may choose to have your child attend the camp beyond the scheduled 12:00pm end for an additional fee. The fee covers five days for the extended day option. You may not opt for single days for the extended day option.

Please indicate which week(s) you will be opting for the extended day option in the comments section when registering. Call 914-278-9477 with any questions.

3:00pm Pick-Up: $100/week
5:00pm Pick-Up: $150/week

About The Head Instructors

Please Note: The head instructors will be running the training camps on different weeks.

Khalil Edney was a star at New Rochelle High School where he quarterbacked the varsity football team to a state championship and in 2013 was nominated for an ESPY Award for his buzzer-beating shot to win the Section 1 Basketball Championship.

Khalil now attends ASA College in New York where he studies business and plays for the college’s football team. In addition, Khalil has been coaching youth flag football, commonly with the Remington Boys and Girls Club.

Jake Marino is a native of Harrison where he was a five-year varsity lacrosse starter at Harrison High School, as well as a three-year starting running back. He still holds the title as Harrison’s all-time leading lacrosse scorer with 313 points – 203 goals and 110 assists – and was a ConEd Award winner for his work ethic in the classroom. For football, Jake was twice named all-league and all-section as he tallied 22 career touchdowns and 1,160 rushing yards (12.6 yards per carry). In 2013, Jake was an all-state pick in football and named the league’s running back of the year.

Following high school, Marino went to The University of Massachusetts Amherst, where he is currently entering his senior year as a short stick defensive midfielder on the D-I lacrosse team. As a defensive midfielder, Marino focuses on complete physical, mental and emotional athletic ability, as well as hand-eye coordination, speed, and footwork. In addition to playing, he also has experience working with young athletes of all ages, including 1-on-1 lessons, camps, clinics and small groups.