Cape Gazette

GameBreaker Lacrosse Camp scores at Cape

By Dan Cook | Jul 10, 2013
Photo by: Dan Cook Thirty-five campers learned the game of lacrosse ranging from basic skills to game strategy and team play during the GameBreaker Lacrosse Camp at Cape Henlopen High School.

Cape Henlopen assistant lacrosse coach Mark D'Ambrogi directed the nationally known GameBreaker Lacrosse Camp at Cape Henlopen High School July 8-12, where 35 players between the age of 8-14 learned skills ranging from basic passing and catching to game strategy and team play.

"I'm impressed with all of our campers this summer," said Camp Director Mark D'Ambrogi. "They have played hard despite this heat."

The GameBreaker Lacrosse Camp is designed to give young athletes the opportunity to work hard and improve in a fun, positive atmosphere.

Assisting D'Ambrogi are former Cape goalie James Cook and present Vikings players Grant Gillian, Blake Mann and Nate Kataurakas.

"The players have all been great," said camp counselor James Cook. "You can see the improvement in their skills and the scrimmages have been intense."

For more information on GameBreaker lacrosse camps, go to

Camp director Mark D'Ambrogi glides Zach Moore, left, and Zack Clausius through an offensive play around the crease during the GameBreaker camp. (Photo by: Dan Cook)
Former Cape All-American and Lynchburg College goalie James Cook instructs camper Jacob Trimmer on the proper technique to hold his stick. (Photo by: Dan Cook)
Camper Nathan Jones, left, dodges past defender Reese Pierson during a camp scrimmage. (Photo by: Dan Cook)
Cape Henlopen goalie and camp counselor Grant Gillian reviews a drill. (Photo by: Dan Cook)
Campers Zack Clausius, left, and Thomas Christopher battle for possession of a loose ball. (Photo by: Dan Cook)
Camper Luke D'Ambrogi, right, dodges past defender Devin Bennett. (Photo by: Dan Cook)
Camp director Mark D'Ambrogi instructs camper Henry Bachtle on the finer points of defensive middie play. (Photo by: Dan Cook)
Scrimmaging behind the crease are Henry Bachtle, Thomas Christopher and Zack Clausius while director Mark D'Ambrogi looks on. (Photo by: Dan Cook)
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