BK News

Summer Camps 2021

Registration links will be provided in the coming weeks


Clark Basketball Academy:

Location: John A. Baldwin Athletic Center


Session 1: Girls Entering Grades 6-9

June 7-10: 9am-12pm


Session 2: Girls Entering Grades 4-7

June 14-17:  9am-12pm


Session 3: Coed Shooting Camp – Buckley & Clark

Boys & Girls Entering Grades 6-9

June 21-25: 9am-12pm


Session 4: Girls Entering Grades 7-10

June 28-July1: 9am-12pm



Buckley Basketball:

Location: John A. Baldwin Athletic Center


Session 1: Boys Entering Grades 6-8

June 7-11:  1pm-4pm

Cost $150

Session 2: Boys Entering Grades 4-7

June 14-18:  1pm-4pm

Cost $150

Session 3: Coed Shooting Camp – Buckley & Clark

Boys & Girls Entering Grades 6-9

June 21-25: 9am-12pm


Session 4: High School Camp Boys Entering Grades 9-12

June 21-25: 1-4pm

Cost $150


Coach Wray’s Softball Camp

Location: Bishop Kenny Softball Complex


 Session 1: Girls Ages 8-15

June 7-10: 4pm-7pm

$125 per camper


Tommy Edwards’ Baseball Camp

Location: Bob West Baseball Stadium


 Session 1:  Boys Ages 8-18

June 7-11: 9am-12pm



Winkler Volleyball

Location:  John A. Baldwin Athletic Center & David D. Williams Beach Volleyball Courts


 Session 1: Train and Play Beach & Indoor-Girls Entering Grades 9-12

June 7 –July 1

Monday & Wednesday: 6pm-8pm (Beach Training)

Tuesday & Thursday: 6pm-8pm (Indoor Training)

$150.00 ($80 for Beach or Indoor)

Session 2: Girls Indoor Camp Entering Grades 5-8

July 19–23: 9am-12pm


Session 3: COED Beach Camp Boys and Girls Entering Grade 9 & Advanced 8th

July 19–22:  5:30pm-8:00pm


Session 4: Girls Indoor Camp Entering Grade 9 and Advanced Grade 8

July 26–30:  9am-12pm


Session 5: COED Beach Camp Boys and Girls Entering Grades 5-8

July 26-29:  5:30pm-8pm   



Tim Krause Football Camp

Location:  William Johnston Sr. Stadium


 Session I:  Boys Entering Grades 7-8

June 22-24:  5pm-7pm

Cost:  $125

Session II:  Boys Entering Grades 3-6

July 19-22:  9am-12pm  

Cost: $150

Ally Cavanaugh:  4A Player of the Year and Coach Winkler: 4A Coach of the Year

Florida Dairy Farmers Class 4A Volleyball: 
Player of the Year, Ally Cavanaugh
Coach of the Year, Suzanne Winkler

Bishop Kenny indoor volleyball Coach Suzanne Winkler and star player, Ally Cavanaugh have been named the Florida Dairy Farmers Player and Coach of the Year.  These awards cap off an outstanding season that ended with the Crusaders winning the State Championship by defeating Cardinal Gibbons in four sets and finishing the season with a 21-8 record. 

Cavanaugh ’23, the starting outside hitter for the team, was a key component to the BK offense in the state win.  She had a season high 295 kills with a .336 hitting percentage and 57 blocks.  She is passionate about the sport and stated, “I love playing volleyball because I can forget everything going on around me in the world and just focus all my attention on the game.”  Cavanaugh plays volleyball year around and her dream is to play for a large division 1 program in college.  She is thankful to have Coach Winkler guiding her acknowledging, “When I moved from the middle position mid-season to outside hitter, I was anxious, and Coach Winkler pushed me and made me believe that I could dominate in my new position.  It was important for me to know that she believed in me and together we finished the season as state champions!”

The Crusader volleyball team is led by Coach Suzanne Winkler who was also named 4A Coach of the Year.  Winkler has truly set up a volleyball dynasty at BK and has added beach volleyball to her coaching resume. Winkler has been head coach at BK for 18 years with a winning percentage of .718 and overall record of 394-155. Winkler has led BK to 18 consecutive District Championships, 13 Regional Championships, 13 State Final Four appearances, three State Runner-ups, and Two State Championships.  She has been the District Coach of the Year five times, Dairy Farmers Coach of the Year twice, and twice for the Double-Goal National Finalist Positive Coach Award.  She values her players as individuals, but mandates that they always play as a team and work for the greater good of the program. 

April Student of the Month:  Katie White

April Student of the Month: Katie White

Congratulations to Senior Katie White who has been named the Bishop Kenny High School April student of the month.  She was recognized for Athletics – Courage and Dedication.  Katie was most honored to receive recognition for her dedication and says, “I truly am dedicated to all that I do. I spend two-three hours at track practice and another two hours a day at workouts. My free time is spent focusing on my schoolwork, which I take very seriously.”

Katie has a challenging academic schedule and is currently in the Science, Spanish, and National Honor Societies. Katie is a member of Track & Field team, and her dedication has helped her reach much success. She is currently ranked in the state for each of her events: 2nd in javelin, 6th in discus, and 9th in shotput. Her favorite parts of the season are meet days.

Though Katie’s father was in the Navy, she plans to follow in his footsteps and enlist in the Army upon graduating from Bishop Kenny. Katie’s hope is that her time in the Army will open her eyes to worldly differences and bring new opportunities for her future. Katie plans to attend college and eventually medical school when her commitment is up. She is thankful for her four years at BK stating, “I am glad to be a student at Bishop Kenny. It has helped mold my personality, provide structure to my days, and foster my dedication in all that I do.”