Football camps
Maybe a summer football camp will lead your kid to being the next Cooper Kupp.

NFL Flag Football League |Teams of 8-12 members can register to participate in this summer league, with practice on Tuesdays and games on Thursdays. June 1-Aug. 8. Coed, ages 5-12. Register by May 19 to participate, more info online. At Dwight Merkel and Southeast sports complexes. $99.

Vandal Skills Camp |Daily skill camps offer coaching in various aspects and positions. Grades 9-12. June 12-14, from 1-4 pm. At the U of Idaho Kibbie Dome. $50.

YMCA Summer Passing League |Give kids a chance to improve their teamwork before the fall season. A team parent or coach is required; teams are formed by grade and school. Options for grades 5-8 and 9-12. Practice starts June 12; league play from June 27-July 26 (games on Tue/Wed, 4-8 pm). $30-$60.

Vandal Youth Camp |A kids football camp led by University of Idaho coaching staff and players. Grades 2-6. June 16, 8:30 am-noon. $30-$40.

Vandal Team Camp |High school players work on game skills and techniques following the Vandals' team philosophy in a fast-paced practice environment. Grades 9-12. June 19-21, commuter and resident options. $200-$275.

West Valley Skills Camp |A full-contact skills camp teaching blocking, tackling, running and other skills to prepare for the upcoming Grid Kids football season and freshmen football. Coed, grades 3-8.June 19-22. At West Valley High School. $100-$130. (777-9622 x 214)

Whitworth 8-Man Football Camp |A contact football camp coached by Whitworth staff, offering scrimmages against other 8-man teams. Grades 9-12. June 19-21. $220.

EWU Individual/Team Camp |Improve techniques and game strategies as an individual or on a team, with instruction from EWU coaching staff. Grades 9-12. Offered June 21-24 and June 27-30. Overnight/commuter options. $75-$320.

Vandal Kicking Camp |A one-day session led by former Vandal player and NFL kicker Mike Hollis, along with kicker Dan Zeidman. Grades 9-12. June 23, 9:30 am-5 pm. $100.

Vandal Showcase |A one-day, full-contact camp to offer potential high school prospects in the Northwest an opportunity to be evaluated by the University of Idaho football staff. Grades 9-12. June 25, noon-5 pm. $200.

Skyhawks Flag Football |Players learn skills on both sides of the football, including passing, catching and defense, in camps ending with the Skyhawks Super Bowl. Camps held at local parks and schools throughout the Spokane and Coeur d'Alene area. Boys and girls ages 6-14. Camps offered June-August. $69-$149/session.

Spokane Empire Mini Camp |Team up for skills, drills and practice with the Spokane Empire players and coaches. Players work with Empire QBs, kickers and receivers on fundamental plays, routes and conditioning. Grades 3-8. Jun 27-29, from 5-7:30 pm. $100. (777-9622 x 114)

All Northwest Football Passing Academy |An intense camp offering two full days of on-field skill development, video analysis, classroom sessions, and competition. Grades 7-12. July 14-15. At Hart Field, Spokane. $195.

Pirates Youth Football Camp |Players learn and grow their football knowledge and skills as they hear from coaching staff and current team members. Also includes position instruction with corresponding drills, small group breakout sessions, and daily competitions. Grades 2-6. July 24-28, 9 am-noon. $100/child; sibling discount offered.

Cougar Football Mini Camp |Youth receive non-contact coaching from WSU staff and players, and take tours of the WSU Football facilities. Grades 10-12. July 29, from 11 am-4 pm. $50.

Cougar Specialist Showcase |Youth receive non-contact instruction from WSU staff and players, and take tours of the WSU Football facilities. This session is specially for kickers, punters and long snappers. Grades 10-12. July 29, from 9-11:30 am. $50.

EWU Quarterback Camp |Join Eastern quarterback coach Bodie Reeder for a non-contact camp specially focused on quarterback skills. July 29, 9 am-noon (grades 9-10) and noon-5 pm (grades 11-12). At EWU Roos Field. $100-$125.

EWU WR/DB Camp |A non-contact skills camp for wide receivers and defensive backs, led by Eastern coaching staff and players. July 29, 9 am-noon (grades 9-10) and noon-5 pm (grades 11-12). At EWU Roos Field. $60-$70.

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Chey Scott

Chey Scott is the Inlander's Arts and Culture Editor and editor of the Inlander's yearly, glossy magazine, the Annual Manual. Chey (pronounced "Shay") is a lifelong resident of the Spokane area and a graduate of Washington State University. She's been on staff at the Inlander since 2012...