At 2-4-1, we believe in playing sports like they were meant to be played. Kids should be having fun, playing hard, and learning new skills and techniques. Our highly trained staff knows the benefits of the 2-4-1 Crossover Effect because they live it.
Denver South High School is excited and honored to continue its partnership with 2-4-1 Sports to offer such a unique and celebrated summer sports camp! South’s athletic program is one of the very best in the Denver Public Schools, if not the state. A tradition of excellence that started in the 1920’s continues today as the mighty Rebels compete for league and state championships year after year and do so with the highest levels of class and sportsmanship. An incredibly inclusive program, South offers 23 varsity sports through which nearly 700 students participate each school year. South Athletics shares the 2-4-1 Sports philosophy as student-athletes at South are strongly encouraged to be multi-sport athletes giving them the opportunity to reap the many benefits offered by this experience. At the heart of our programs you will find passionate coaches who care about the young people they coach and their development as a whole person as much as the final outcomes on the scoreboard. At 2-4-1 Denver South, our Head and Assistant High School Coaches will offer top notch instruction along with our High School Athlete counselors who will bring the FUN and enthusiasm that make summer sports camp a great experience!
2-4-1 Denver Camp Director: Adam Kelsey
is a former three sport varsity high school athlete (basketball, soccer, tennis), Adam went on to compete at the collegiate level as a four year member of the Men’s Basketball program at Eastern Connecticut State University (ECSU). After a year as an assistant coach at ECSU, he took his love of coaching to Denver and found a home at South High School where he led the boys basketball program for 14 years as head coach while teaching social studies and later serving as Dean of Students. He also served as the head boys and girls golf coach and as an assistant coach of the girls tennis and soccer programs. Currently leading the mighty Rebels athletic program as the school’s Athletic Director, he lives the 2-4-1 Sports philosophy every day. His love of coaching continues as he now coaches his 9 year old son’s youth basketball and football teams.
2-4-1 Sports Co-Founder/Director: Steve Boyle – is a former Division 1 basketball player (Manhattan College). In NYC and Seattle, WA, he coached soccer, basketball, track and field and x-country. In Seattle, he founded Boyle’s Cougar Hoop Camp for Girls, the largest all-girls camp in the state of Washington at the time. He was a school counselor at Hall High School in West Hartford for 15 years where he has coached Varsity basketball, track and field, freshman and JV soccer. He is currently a counselor at King Philip Middle School, coaches youth basketball, assists with cross-country at Hall High and is Partner at the Crossover Consulting Group.
2-4-1 Co-Founder: Kerry Boyle is a former Division 1 lacrosse and field hockey player (Bucknell University). Kerry has coached basketball, lacrosse and tennis in Baltimore, NYC and Seattle, WA. She has been an Athletic Director in Seattle and is the eighteen-year athletic director at Watkinson School where she also coaches Varsity lacrosse.
Doug Hoff – Sports Director – is a Denver native and attended Thomas Jefferson HS where he played basketball for DPL title contenders in each of his four years. Getting his start in high school coaching on South’s boys basketball team, he has become a mainstay in the program as the JV coach for the past nine seasons. He is also active on the club basketball scene having coached for Elevation Hoops and currently for the Chauncey Billups Elite program. He has served as a Physical Education instructor at Hamilton Middle School for the past three years and has coached their DPS Middle School baseball, flag football and soccer programs to league titles.
Tony Lindsay Jr. – Sports Director is a product of DPS who starred in both Football and Basketball at Thomas Jefferson HS. Tony then took his talents to Oklahoma State University to play D1 football for the Cowboys and led the team to multiple successful seasons as the starting QB . He is currently the Associate Head Coach/ Offensive Coordinator of our 4A state powerhouse South Rebel football program, a position he has held over the past eight seasons. He also continues to share his love of hoops serving as the Lady Rebels JV coach. Tony teaches fifth grade at Lowry Elementary and still stays active on the football field competing in Men’s Flag Football leagues.
Vernon Whittington -Sports Director is the head girls basketball coach at Denver South and comes with 15 years of coaching experience from the prep to the pro level. Coach V has been working with athletes of all ages as a high school coach and as the co-founder of C.A.M (Colorado Athletic Ministries) a club level program where he was served as sports director for the boys and girls basketball programs. He has also made stops at the college/pro level serving as the top assistant at Johnson & Wales University in Denver and as a skill coach with the Denver Nuggets and USA Basketball. He is a graduate of Denver East High School and attended the University of Maryland where he was a member of both the basketball and football programs at the D1 level. He currently serves as South’s APEX coordinator and is finishing up his degree at the United States Sports Academy.
Aime Kern – Athletic Trainer is a certified athletic trainer and will serve as our athletic trainer and coach for our 241 Denver South Camp. She is a former DPS Athletic trainer who served at in that role for the Rebels for four years. She is currently the head of medical for DU’s Men’s Rugby team as well as on the core medical team for USA Rugby’s Women’s program. Aime was a standout three sport HS athlete out of Saylorsburg, PA where she captained, was MVP and All League her senior year in Cross Country, Basketball and Soccer. She went on to play D1 Basketball and Soccer for three years at George Washington University garnering team MVP honors as a senior soccer player. In her final year of eligibility she played soccer at UCCS where she was RMAC goalkeeper of the year and still holds the school record for saves in a season. She has coached soccer and rugby at the high school level along with private goalkeeping lessons for elite athletes. Her current sports passion is rugby and is a member of the Division 1 Black Ice Women’s Rugby team, a top ten nationally ranked program.
Katie Ryan – Sports Director Katie is no stranger to multi sport participation. She was a two sport standout at Pomona High School in track and volleyball. She went on to play collegiate volleyball at Indian River State College and at Northern Arizona University. Katie has taken her passion for volleyball into the coaching world, serving as an elite club and high school head coach over the past 10 years. She has been the varsity volleyball coach, special education teacher and leader of our Unified/ Adaptive Sports program at Denver South over the past three years.