Tot: “Sportsmanship is the name of the game.” Youth ages 3 and 4 years participate in an organized, non-competitive sports league aimed at developing basic motor skills. Youth receive hands-on experience while learning fundamentals, developing healthy habits and the value of sportsmanship.
PeeWee: “Teamwork is key.” Youth ages 5 and 6 have fun while learning how to work together in a team sport. Youth learn basic skills related to the sport. This organized, non-competitive sports league emphasizes the FUN in fundamentals and TEAM in Teamwork.
Junior: “Development for the future.” Youth age 7 participate in a structured, non-competitive sports league geared toward developing sports knowledge for future play. Participants not only develop physical skills related to the sport, but also gain knowledge of rules and plays that can be carried over to the next level.
C Division: Youth ages 8 to 9 participate in a league where score is kept and players learn specific skills and rules of play while enhancing their sense of sportsmanship. These attributes assist as they begin to advance to more competitive divisions.
B Division: Youth ages 10 to 11 begin to refine and hone their fundamental skills while beginning to understand game strategy. Players also develop skills including coordination, teamwork and communication. These attributes benefit them for years to come.
A Division: Youth ages 12 to 14 (up to 8th grade) enhance their skills and abilities to prepare them for the next level of competition.
Volunteer Coaches Needed!
To apply, contact a community center near you. Coaches handbooks and code of ethics located here.
Find schedules here.
For league details and pricing, see Activity Guide below.