241 Farmington

Farmington High School

Summer 2021 Dates

Farmington High School
Wk 1: August 2-6
Wk 2: August 9-13

Camp goes from 9:00 a.m to 3:00 p.m.
Playing football at 2-4-1 Farmington High School

About Camp

At 2-4-1 Farmington in Summer 2021, all campers will get to sample multiple sports. We expect to send out a GoogleForm as camp draws near allowing those registered campers going into Grades 3-8 to choose from the following fun-filled spot choices:

Baseball, Basketball, Flag Football, Field Hockey/Girls Lax Combo, Soccer, and Universal Sports.

If we are able to run camp in our traditional model, when campers arrive on Day 1 - they will receive a name tag showing the order of their sports based on their choices. If we are asked to follow a cohort model (like last summer due to COVID guidelines), campers will travel with their groups and get exposed to all of our sport choices (including some not listed here).

For more on how we delivered camp last summer, scroll to bottom of this page.

Those campers going into Grades 1 and 2 will follow a similar format (much like a cohort model) regardless of then current guidelines. See description for Junior 2-4-1 below.

Softball camp farmington High School

Sample Schedule

For Boys and Girls Grades 1 to 8.

Just a typical day at 241 Sports (our traditional camp model):

Keep in mind this is just a sample – your day will depend on your sport choices.

Note that our Junior Campers follow their own schedule - see below for details.

9:00 -10:30Sport 1 (eg. Universal Sports)
10:30 -10:45Break – crossover to sport 2 (locker room available)
10:45 - 12:15Sport 2 (eg. Soccer)
12:15 - 1:15Lunch (gather at end of lunch for announcements/contest of the day winners etc.)
1:15 - 2:55Sport 3 – (eg. Basketball) *DON’T FORGET 2:41pm – everyday we gather for a special surprise to take a break from the afternoon heat!

Junior 241

For boys and girls going into grades 1 and 2 (fall of 2021)

While the times and dates of Junior 241 are the same as our traditional camp, the programming itself is age-appropriately different. In keeping in line with the “241 Crossover Effect” – we see it as so important that these youngest athletes crossover to our traditional program having had the most positive of experiences. With that in mind – our staff focuses on infusing skill instruction into serious fun! We want their first introduction to multiple-sports to be one where they leave asking for more! Junior campers don’t choose sports - we bring the sports to them!
Thumbs up campers having fun in farmington

For more on the kind of camp experience your child will have - please view this clip from CT News Channel 8


What is Universal Sports?

Universal Sports: Campers love that they never know what they'll get each day. Each year it varies and often involves community partnerships. Maybe its golf offered by First Tee. Maybe it's fencing offered by a local club. Or the Israeli dodgeball game known as GaGa. Whatever it is, you can rest assured it's incredibly fun and the skills learned crossover to our traditional sport offerings.


Tuition: Farmington residents - Only $289.00

Before Care (7:30-9am) - residents $49.00

After Care (3:00-4:30pm) - residents $49.00

Registration now available! This camp's registration is handled by Farmington Recreation

Camp Staff

Max Fantl– Camp Director
Farmington PE Teacher and Multisport Coach

Coach Fantl was a two sport all-state athlete at Hall High School, playing soccer and lacrosse. At Eastern Connecticut State University, he earned all-american, all-region, and all-conference honors playing both soccer and lacrosse. In his senior year, he was the first ECSU male athlete to be awarded both Athlete of the Year and Sportsman of the Year in the same year. After college, Max spent a year in Manchester, England acting as an ambassador for the sport of lacrosse by helping to grow the game internationally. He went on to be a graduate assistant lacrosse coach at Castleton University, coached club and high school lacrosse in Los Angeles, and was a assistant soccer coach at ECSU. Currently, Max teaches K-4 Physical Education in Farmington. He formerly coached JV Boys Soccer at Hall High School and is now the Varsity Girls Soccer coach at Farmington High School.

Max Fantl – Camp Director


Co-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 has been a school counselor in West Hartford for 20 years where he has coached Varsity basketball, track and field, freshman and JV soccer. He is currently a counselor at Hall High, is the Advisory Board Chair at the National Association of Physical Literacy and is Partner at the Crossover Consulting Group.

Co-Director: 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 seventeen-year athletic director at Watkinson School where she also coaches Varsity lacrosse.

Steve and Kerry Boyle – Assistant Directors


Sport Director: Ryan Leahy
Farmington Physical Education & Health Teacher and Multisport Coach (Football & Golf)

Coach Leahy was a two sport all-state athlete at Southington High School, playing football and track. He attended and played football at Springfield College. Ryan has been coaching high school football for nine years; St. Paul Catholic High School, Nantucket High School, Farmington High School, Xavier High School, & Southington High School. Ryan has also coached in the Connecticut Super 100 football all star game the past three years. Ryan also coached high school lacrosse and track while teaching at Nantucket High School. Ryan currently coaches high school football at Southington High School and golf at Farmington High School. Ryan teaches physical education and health at Farmington High School. .

Sport Director: Ryan Leahy


Sport Director: Mackenzie Luiz
Farmington Physical Education & Health Teacher and Girl's JV Soccer Coach.

Mackenzie Luiz is an all state-athlete from Newington High School where she played soccer and lacrosse. After her high school career, she attended Springfield College where she studied Physical and Health Education and was a Captain of the Women’s Soccer team. In 2019, Mackenzie was recognized by The Massachusetts Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance receiving an Outstanding Future Professional Award. During her Senior year studying at Springfield College, Mackenzie was recognized as SHAPE America’s 2020 Physical Education Major of the Year. During her time playing soccer in Springfield, her team played in the NEWMAC final 3 times and earned two ECAC championship titles. She volunteered and led many soccer clinics including a National Women in Sports Day event as well as a Unified Sports clinic in Springfield. She also welcomed the very first Team Impact Player to the Springifeld Women’s soccer team in 2017. Mackenzie completed her student teaching at Farmington High School during the Spring of 2020. After graduating from Springfield College, she began her teaching career in Farmington at Irving A. Robbins Middle School where she currently teaches Physical and Health Education. Mackenzie is also the coach of Farmington High School’s Girls JV Soccer team.

Sport Director: Ryan Leahy


Sport Director: Dan Deitz

Farmington PE Teacher

Coach Deitz has been teaching and coaching at all different levels for past 10 years. After Graduating from SUNY Cortland in 2008 with a Bachelors in Physical Education and Masters in Health Education, he has gone on to teach in New York State as well as Connecticut for the past 6 years. Over his career, he has coached Varsity baseball, JV girls lacrosse, middle school basketball, field hockey and cross country. Coach Deitz has been the Physical education teacher at West District school for the past 5 years where he has run a before and after school intramural program each year.

Sport Director:Dan Deitz


Jeff Manaresi – Sports Director
Farmington PE Teacher and Multisport Coach

Jeff Manaresi has been teaching physical education for over 20 years in CT. Most of that time at Irving Robbins Middle School in Farmington. He has been coaching at Farmington High School for 15 years. Coach M. is currently the Head Coach of FHS Field Hockey and Girls Lacrosse programs and works with the Girls Basketball program as the Freshmen Coach and Varsity Assistant Coach. Along with his high school coaching, Jeff also has coached a variety of sports at the Intramural and youth levels in Farmington and West Hartford. Jeff graduated from St. Lawrence University in upstate New York in 1996 where he played Division III soccer for 4 years. He lives in West Hartford with his wife Alison, daughter Katherine (14) and son Drew (10). .

Sport Director: Jeff Manaresi


Refund Policy

Handled through Farmington Parks and Recreation.
Thank you for your understanding as all cost and staffing decisions are based on enrollments.

The following are our COVID Specific Protocols/Changes/Modifications for Summer 2020 - We will update these for summer 2021 as camp draws more near based on then current requirements.

Please note that additional specific details will be emailed as camp draws closer, but the following are large changes for you to be aware of:

  • As camp will be held primarily outdoors, we have moved the hours of camp to 8AM-2 PM
  • Campers will be assigned to cohorts of 10-14 children and spend camp that week with their cohort (campers can request a friend to be with).
  • If the forecast indicates dangerous weather for that day, we will cancel and the Saturday of that week will be a makeup.  If we must cancel 2 days, a prorated credit will be made available for a future program.
  • While staff will be required to have mask available at all times, campers are not required unless going indoors (which is why we are not allowing the cohorts to co-mingle).
  • As we work to make camp as fun and as safe as possible, for a detailed rationale of these and other changes that 2-4-1 is considering at all of our programs, please read this post from earlier this summer.