Our Programs

Full Sports Offering

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Throughout the year, Y locations offer: Baseball/Softball/T-ball, Basketball, Cheerleading, Dodgeball, Flag Football, Floor Hockey, Lacrosse, Martial Arts, Running Club, Soccer, Special Olympics Young Athletes Program, Track & Field, Tumbling, Swim Team and Volleyball.

Flag Football

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As the featured sport for Session 4—leagues and classes run August 20 through October 14—Flag Football is currently available at all Y locations.

Sports Clinics

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Free, drop-in sports clinics let kids in grades K-8 explore a new sport in a no-pressure environment.

Swim Team

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Online registration is now available for Swim Team. Available year round at some Y locations.

Adventure Racing

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CycleHealth, powered by the YMCA, offers year-round youth fitness challenges, motivation programs, and adventure races outside of the four walls of the Y.

Sports Training

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Small-group and one-on-one training sessions help young athletes grow by developing fundamental sports skills. Kids connect with an expert trainer, who creates customized training to match your child's abilities and goals. Available for basketball.

At the Y we cheer
for more than points

We believe positive competition and sport skills go hand in hand with friendship and sportsmanship. Keep reading to learn more about our youth sports programs and how you can get involved.

Y Sports help kids build character

Kids who play sports at the Y discover so much more than their athletic abilities. They build character, develop self-confidence and create healthy relationships. The recently revamped Sports program is designed to reflect the Y’s core values—caring, honesty, respect and responsibility—through positive competition.

Everyone plays, in a safe environment

The Sports program offers year-round fun for kids of all skill levels in a safe and supervised environment. Everyone has the opportunity for equal playing and practice time. Everyone can play at a level that teaches them to be their best—learning how to set individual goals and cooperate with others.