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When kids play sports, they get more than just exercise. Besides being physically healthier, they have higher self esteem and a healthier body image. The benefits of playing sports go far beyond the physical. Kids who play sports perform better in school, develop better interpersonal skills and work better in groups.
YMCA Youth Sports places a priority on family involvement and healthy competition rather than rivalry. They teach the value of participation over winning, team-building as well as individual development, a positive self-image and a sense of fair play and mutual respect for others.
Love Sports? Become a Youth Sports Volunteer Coach! We are always in need of great coaches willing to make a difference in the lives of today’s youth. Your time is our most valuable asset. Volunteer coaches lead players through drills and games that build skills, develop coordination and enhance a love of the game. Contact Zach Miller for more information.
YOUTH SPORTS LEAGUES
Youth Co-Ed Indoor Soccer (age 4-12)
Kids build confidence on and off the court. They look forward to friendships with teammates and being part of one of the largest sports in the world. Volunteer coaches work with kids on developing technique and endurance. Generally, practices are held one day per week for five weeks; games are held on Saturdays for seven weeks. Cost: $15 Y members /non-members $58. Sessions held in Fall & Spring. Click here for a registration form.
Youth Co-Ed Basketball (ages 6-12)
YMCA basketball leagues are the best and most fun around! Volunteer coaches work on basic ball handling, passing, shooting and defensive skills while introducing defensive and offensive schemes. Cost: $15 Y members /non-members $58. Session held in Winter. Click here for a registration form.
Youth Co-Ed Ball Hockey (ages 4-12)
There’s an Erie Otter inside all of us! This introduction to hockey basics will have your son or daughter learn sport fundamentals including stick handling, passing, shooting, positions and teamwork. Cost: Y members free/non-members $58. Session held in Winter. Click here for a registration form.
Youth Co-Ed NFL Flag Football (ages 6-14)
Back again is our flag football program through the NFL. This NFL flag football program gives everyone a chance to feel like an NFL player while having fun. Each player receives a set of flags and an official NFL Flag Football jersey. Session held in Summer. Cost: Y members $25/non-members $75. Click here for a registration form.
County YMCA Blue Dolphins Swim Team
County YMCA Blue Dolphins are a year-round, competitive swim team and sanctioned member of YMCA Swimming. The County YMCA Blue Dolphins (CYBD) encourages participation with the motto “Everybody Swims, Everybody Wins”. For more information, click here>>
Youth Sports Programs & Clinics
Junior Karate (ages 5-12)
A certified Black-Belt level instructor guides your child through the various levels of body control, technique and responsibility. Session in Spring & Summer. Cost: Y members $25/non-members $75. Click here for current schedule.
School-Age Tumbling (ages 6-12)
This class teaches basic mat skills for strength, flexibility and technique including gymnastics and movement education. Session in Spring. Cost: Y members free/non-members $56. Click here for current schedule.
Cheerleading (ages 7-14)
Basic cheerleading skills such as jumps, tumbling and cheering routines will be taught. Session in Spring. Cost: Y members free/non-members $56. Click here for current schedule.
Volleyball CoEd (ages 7 – 14)
Youth learn the basics of volleyball in a fun environment. Session held in summer. Click here for a current schedule.
ADULT SPORTS/RECREATIONAL EVENTS
Adult Basketball League
Get your team together or join as an individual and bring your skill to the court. League held in late fall into winter. Team fee $150. Individual fee: Y Members $40/$75 non-Y members. Click here for registration form.
Our basketball court is where the community comes together! Pick up Basketball – M,W,F 12-2 p.m.