SPORTS: SOCCER

 
At the Y, we believe that sports offer another way for us to help build your child's muscles while building character. In Y sports, there are no tryouts, and every child plays at least half of every game. We emphasize learning teamwork and sportsmanship while improving coordination, building strength and endurance and having fun.

NOW REGISTERING: SOCCER

SOCCER at the Northeast YMCA is for ages 2-11.
Register January 2 - February 18
Practices begin the week of March 6
Eight Games will be played from March 25 - April 29
Cost: $40/household members, $80/program participants
*Games will be played on Saturdays at the Northeast YMCA on Langley Avenue
register onlineFor more information, email Nathan Lee
       
- REGISTRATION OPENING FOR T/BALL-BASEBALL
                                                 
T/BALL-BASEBALL at the Pullum - Navarre Branch is for ages 3-12.
Register February 12-March 26
Practices begin week of April 10
Games will be played from April 22-May27
Cost: $40/household members, $80 program participants
For more information, email Christine McLeod


Sports Heroes Needed at Pullum Branch!
Share your passion for youth sports with our community’s youngest Y MVPs as a volunteer Youth coach!

Details: The YMCA’s tools and training make it easy for any sports fan to be a coach for two to three hours per weeks coaching 8 to 12 youth in a sport you know and love. Current sports:
   -Soccer (ages 2-10)
   -Baseball/ T-ball (ages 4-12)
  - Wee Ball (ages 2-3)
  - Basketball (ages 5-12)
Requirements: Uphold and model the YMCA core values of respect, responsibility, honesty and caring while encouraging physical activity, fair play, and family connections.
As a coach you would:
  -Schedule and run 1 or 2 weekly practices
  -Saturday games for 4 to 8 weeks
  -Maintain contact with team members and parents
Email Christine McLeod to learn more about how you can become a Y Sports Hero.


For more information, or to volunteer to be a coach, contact Nathan Lee (Northeast Branch) or Christine McLeod (Pullum Branch).