Youth Sports


Youth sports encourage and promote healthy kids, families, and communities by placing a priority on family involvement, healthy competition rather than rivalry, the value of participating in recreational leagues over winning, team-building as well as individual development, a positive self-image and a sense of fair play and mutual respect for others.

Parents are encouraged to be more than mere spectators in our sports leagues. In fact, parents are crucial to a successful sports season for kids by contributing their time as volunteer coaches – as well as being their child’s greatest fan. Learn more about volunteering as a youth sports coach here.

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Youth Volleyball

OurYouth Volleyball leagues and clinics emphasize skill development and good sportsmanship. Our Youth Volleyball leagues and clinics are recreational, open as a boys sport, or sport for girls, and teach kids volleyball basics, like setting, bumping and serving.

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Youth Soccer

The Youth Soccer program helps kids become not only better soccer players, but better people as well. It’s a progressive program, with multiple age-specific levels. Every child gets to play, and the games are safe, exciting and fun. We encourage fair play, positive competition, teamwork, and family involvement.

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Youth Flag Football

Flag football is a recreational program designed for youngsters new to the sport of football as well as those not quite ready for harsher versions of the game. Our flag football program is geared toward those youth who want to learn how to play the sport, brush up on the rules, tactics, and skills, improve their game and most importantly – have fun.

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Youth Basketball

Hit the hardwood with the folks who invented the game – the Y! A classic childrens’ sport, our Youth Basketball program is open to kids starting at age 4, with programs and leagues running year-round. Every child will participate in every game and receive equal playing time, regardless of skill level.

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Youth Boxing

Youth Boxing at the Y is designed to prepare youth to play positive roles in the their community through self-discipline and character development. That goal is achieved through a program that focuses on growing strong bodies, disciplined minds and enhanced personal character.

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Youth Sports Skill Clinics

Sports skills clinics help your child build on fundamentals of the sport while improving techniques. Be ready to try out for the school team, other national youth sports or improve in problem areas ahead of the next season.

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I love seeing my child grow and thrive in youth sports leagues at the Y.

– Patricia D.