Early Childhood Athletics

Pint-Sized Sports

2-4 year olds w/ parent

Children will be introduced to drills in soccer, kickball,
baseball, and basketball. Parent participation is required
during activities to help facilitate drills with instructors.

Little Hoopsters

4 - 6 years old

Boys and girls learn the basics of basketball in fundamentals program. Each participant will learn the basics of dribbling, passing, and shooting. Depending on enrollment, scrimmages may be played in the final sessions.

PeeWee Sportsters

3 - 5 years old

Dribbling, passing, and shooting will all be emphasized. Instructors will guide the class to aid in skills development, run drills, and play games. Parent participation is required during activities to help facilitate drills with instructors.

Tiny Tot T-Ball

3 - 5 years old

Learn the basics of baseball through t-ball-based drills. Parent participation is encouraged at various times, when instructor requires. Each participant is responsible for providing their own mitt.

Parent/Tot Soccer

3 - 5 years old

Parents and tots work together to learn soccer fundamentals. Instructors will guide the class to aid in skill developemtn, run drills, and play games.

Little Hoopsters

4 - 6 years old

Each participant will learn the basics of dribbling, passing, and shooting. Importance of teamwork, good sportsmanship, and fun will be stressed.

Friday Night Sports

4 - 7 years old

Pick between your favorite sports (soccer and basketball), as players will be instructed on shooting, dribbling, and passing. Fun games are played at the end of each session.

Little Sluggers

5 - 8 years old

Batting, fielding, throwing, catching, and other skills will be stressed, with the last class of the session being a scrimmage. Each participant is responsible for providing their own mitt.

Instructional Soccer

4 - 8 years old

Instructor guide the class to aid in skills development, run drills, and play games. Parent participation is required during activities to help facilitate drills with instructors.

Instructional Combination Sports

4 - 8 years old

Sports are rotated weekly (t-ball/soccer & soccer/football) in order to give children the chance to practice a variety of different skills. Fun games are played at the end of each session. For t-ball classes, each participant is responsible for providing their own mitt.

Tiny Cheers

5 - 7 years old

Youngsters will learn the basics of becoming a cheerleader, including: learning cheers and mounts, feeling a sense of accomplishment, and fitness/exercise; all while meeting new friends.

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