Camps and Clinics


Camp Objectives

The goal for Falcon Football Camp is to provide quality instruction in the fundamentals of football. We plan to accomplish this goal by providing each camper with an intense week of training in a positive environment. A small counselor-to-camper ratio will enable us to give each camper individual attention as we teach overall football fundamentals as well as positive-specific skills and techniques. Teamwork, effort, sportsmanship and confidence will be stressed throughout each area of camp. Each young man will receive a camp shirt.

Camp Director

Bob Milloy
Good Counsel High School
Head Football Coach

  • 44 years as a Head Coach, record 382-112-1
  • WCAC Champions 2009, 2010, 2011 & 2012
  • Holds the record for the most State Championships in Maryland with 8
  • Named Coach of the Decade by the Touchdown Club of Washington, DC in 1991
  • Head Coach for Maryland in the 1986 Big 33 Game
  • Nominated as the National Coach of the Year in 1987, 1989, 1996 & 2011
  • Honored by the Touchdown Club of Washington, DC with their “Timmie Award” in 1979, 1985 and 1996 and Coach of The Year in 2012
  • Coached 29 teams that were ranked in the Washington Post’s Top 20, including seven #1 rankings and 4 consecutive #1 rankings from 2009-2012
  • GC Teams have been nationally ranked in multiple polls (#4 in 2011 and #10 in 2012)
  • Named Coach of the Year ten times by various media outlets
  • Most wins among Maryland’s active coaches
  • Maryland High School Football Coach Hall of Fame
  • National High School Coaches Association Hall of Fame

Camp Administrator

Bob Milloy
(School) 240-283-3232
(Cell) 301-674-0136
Email (School): milloy@olgchs.org
Email (Home): bmilloy79@hotmail.com

Coach Milloy will handle scheduling, registration and other administrative matters concerning the camp. Feel free to contact him with any questions or concerns you may have.

Camp Staff

The camp will be staffed by members of the Good Counsel football coaching staff, current team members, and former Good Counsel football players who are now playing in college. The camp is placing a strong emphasis on a small counselor-to-camper ratio. There will also be guest appearances by area college coaches.

Camp Features

  • Positive Coaching Philosophy
  • Small Instructional Groups
  • Emphasis on Fundamentals
  • 7-on-7 Passing Games
  • Position Specific Instruction
  • Strength Training Introduction
  • Speed Improvement Program
  • Guest Speakers (NFL, D1, D2, D3 and Media)
  • Excellent Facilities

Coach Herman Boone, of “Remember The Titans”, speaks to the Falcons before a DeMatha game.

Location and Facilities

Good Counsel High School is located in Olney, Maryland, directly across the street from the Olney Theatre. The address is 17301 Old Vic Blvd., Olney, Maryland 20832.

Good Counsel’s athletic facilities are some of the best in the area. The Kane Center, which houses two regulation size gymnasiums, a film room, training room facilities, and a weight room, will be available for camp use. The athletic fields include the game field, a rubber coated 400m track, and practice fields. The campers will use the training aides and equipment available to the school’s football team.

Good Counsel High School is located in Olney, Maryland, directly across the street from the Olney Theatre. The address is 17301 Old Vic Blvd., Olney, Maryland 20832.

How To Register

Complete the application and return it with the required deposit to the address listed on the form. Tuition for the Falcon Football Camp is $175 per evening session. A $50 deposit, per session, is required with each application, with the balance due on or before the first day of camp. Acceptance is determined on a first-come, first served basis. All checks should be payable to Falcon Football Camp. Additional camp information will be sent after an application has been received and processed.

Session #1 July 8th-12th 5PM-8PM
Session #2 July 15th-19th 5PM-8PM

Click Here For Registration Form

What To Bring

Campers should come dressed in a T-shirt, shorts and football cleats. Each camper should also bring other non-cleated athletic shoes each day to be used for work on the track, in the weight room and in the gym during inclement weather. We will provide ice water during water breaks; however, campers may find it a good idea to bring their own jug of drink for use during breaks and at the end of the evening.