Mt. Horeb Recreation Department
Mt. Horeb Summer GIRLS Basketball Opportunities for Girls Grades K thru 7th
NEW Opportunities Just Listed REGISTER on-line at

NEW! K-3rd Girls Fundamental Camp    June 30th-July 3rd (M, Tue, Wed, Thur)    1:00-2:00 HS Aux Gym  Cost: $25, Max 25 Players

Girls Fundamental Camp- Our girls’ basketball camp will focus on skill development such as ball-handling and shooting. Skills will be developed with hands-on instruction using age appropriate drills.   Fundamentals learned throughout this camp will be used in game play as well during camp. Instructors: Tom Lesar (former girls and boys Varsity Mt. Horeb and Belleville) and Nolan Krentz- Mt. Horeb JV girls coach


NEW! 4th-7th  Stacey Brunner Jones Basketball Camp    July 7th-9th (M, Tue, Wed) 1:00-4:00 Middle School    Cost: $50, Max 35 Players

1st Annual Stacey Brunner-Jones Girls Basketball CAMP- Join former outstanding Mt. Horeb Alumnus, college player-Winona State, and current head Women’s Basketball Coach-Concordia University Wisconsin, Stacey Brunner-Jones, for a 3 day basketball camp. This camp will focus on developing the all-around offensive and defensive skills girls need to be competitive basketball players and have fun while learning.  Campers will enhance/improve their skills on the offensive and defensive end. A camp of this nature would cost $100 elsewhere. Don’t miss out on this unique opportunity for Mt. Horeb Girls. * See bio below


NEW! 4th-7th Small Group (5 girls) Advanced Skill Development    July 14th-17th   

*2hour sessions available Mon-Thur at 9-11 and 11-1 (see schedule below) Middle School   Cost $20, Limit 5 per session, 8 sessions avail

Advanced Skill Development- Girls will receive individual instruction and work in small groups of 5 to improve their ball handling, offensive moves and shooting. Theses session will be led by experienced coaches at the varsity level. Led by Tom Lesar (former Varsity Basketball Coach) and Nolan Krentz- Mt. Horeb JV girls coach.


Stacey Brunner-Jones Bio

Stacey Brunner-Jones is the associate director of athletics, in addition to serving as the Athletic Department’s senior women’s administrator and head coach of the women’s basketball team at CUW. She just completed her ninth season at the helm of the Falcons and has led the Women’s Basketball team to five Northern Athletics Conference Championships and two appearances in the NCAA Tournament, and has been named NAC Coach of the Year twice.

In 2012-2013 Brunner-Jones guided the Falcons to a NAC North Division crown after posting a 14-4 conference record. CUW went 19-9 overall and advanced to the NAC Championship game. The 2008-2009 was one of the best ever for CUW as it went 23-6 under the guidance of Brunner-Jones. The Falcons defeated Wisconsin Lutheran College, 69-65, in the NAC Championship game and advanced to their second NCAA Tournament during her tenure. Brunner-Jones’ nine-year record at CUW is 162-85 including an impressive 19-9 turnaround in her second season and an unprecedented 23-4 mark with a NAC championship in 2006-07. That was followed by two more 20-plus winning seasons and three more NAC crowns. A 1995 graduate of Mt. Horeb (Wis.) High School, she was a member of the Vikings state runner-up team and a three-time all-conference performer. Following her prep career she competed at Winona State University and was a two-year starter for the Warriors. Brunner-Jones’ previous coaching positions included three years as the women’s assistant at Loras College (Iowa) and two as the head assistant at Winona State (Minn.). Stacey is married to Matt Jones. They reside in Milwaukee, Wis., with their son Braylon.


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