Camp activities will include: Skill building, conditioning, balance / agility drills and Games.
Black or green shorts, white t-shirt, black or white socks, shoes, WATER and LUNCH. This camp is a fundraiser for the CVHS basketball program. Suggested donation, $100.
Coach Fortenberry is in his third year as head coach for Castro Valley High School boys’ basketball program. He led his program to a 15 – 11 overall record finishing 3rd in league. His program finished with an overall GPA of 3.25 aRead Bio
Coach Fortenberry is in his third year as head coach for Castro Valley High School boys’ basketball program. He led his program to a 15 – 11 overall record finishing 3rd in league. His program finished with an overall GPA of 3.25 and qualified for NCS. The Trojans made it to the 2nd round of NCS with a 1st round upset of the number 4 seeded team.
In his ten seasons as the Colts’ head coach, Coach Fortenberry has led James Logan Boys Basketball to nine straight 2nd place finishes in MVAL (2005-2014) and eight consecutive NCS appearances (2006-2014),
During his coaching tenure at James Logan, Coach Fortenberry has led the Colts to a 152 – 130 overall record and an 85 – 34 league record (2004-2014). He also, guided the colts to two consecutive seasons with 20+ victories and ranked as high as 9th in the Eastbay. While achieving success on the court the Colts also excelled academically by earning a NCS scholastic banner with a team GPA of 3.28 (2006).
In the ten seasons Coach Fortenberry has coached 40+ seniors total and all have graduated and qualified to attend 4-year universities academically. Eight players have continued their playing careers at the Junior College level, while four players played at the Division II college level, with Hunter Hayden, class of ’08, earning a full ride scholarship to play at the Academy of Art, San Francisco.
Coach Fortenberry began his coaching career at James Logan as the Head Coach for the girl’s junior varsity team. Hired in 2002, he coached the girl’s junior varsity team for two seasons before becoming the head coach for the boys program. In two seasons, Coach Fortenberry won more than 50% of his games and had one 2nd place finish in MVAL with a 9-3 league record (2004).
In 1991 at Skyline High School in Oakland, CA, Coach Fortenberry began his coaching career as an Assistant Varsity Coach and Junior Varsity Head Coach for the boys program. Coach Fortenberry coached for two season, 1991-1993 achieving an OAL Junior Varsity Championship 1992.
After leaving Skyline High School, Coach Fortenberry began coaching with various summer programs. He coached two summers with Slam-N-Jam, which later became the Oakland Soldiers. Also, he coached as an assistant coach in the Pro-Am league at Kezar stadium in San Francisco.