Looking to participate in youth sports this summer? Youth sports give the opportunity to participate in a team structure. Playing sports can help the youth develop individual characteristics such as confidence, self-esteem, independence, assertiveness, and conflict resolution. They can also learn values of a team including sportsmanship, teamwork, competition, respect, leadership, rule following, and much more. Most importantly, it provides youth with the opportunity to be outside, make friends, and have fun!
This is an introductory program to teach the fundamentals of throwing, catching, batting, and fielding skills to youth. T-ball is designed to be a recreational and fun program for players that strengths coordination, social skills, and teamwork in an easygoing environment.
We will need parents that are willing to volunteer their time to coach t-ballers to make this program successful! Signing up is easy and volunteering is gratifying! Coaching applications area available at City Hall or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sand Volleyball Skills Camp - July
Our volleyball staff will assist each athlete with developing their fundamental passing, setting, hitting, and serving skills. Each day athletes will grow through game-based drills, daily scrimmages, and fun volleyball, activities.
We offer 3 different levels of youth football. Flag football for grades 1-2, TackleBar football for grades 3-4, and Tackle for grades 5-6. Our football program consists of a three-day skills camp led by South St. Paul Varsity head coach, Manuel Spreigl and his staff. Teams will then be made and there will be a 6-game season in each league. The season is wrapped up with a Jamboree in late September.