Fall Youth Sports

Please refer to the Programs page for the current Program Guide of programs and classes available for registration.

Flag Football

This program uses volunteer coaches to develop skills through modified, age-appropriate games.

Kindergarten (Co-ed)Teams will practice for the first three weeks and play games for the final three weeks.

Grade 1 (Co-ed): Teams will practice for the first two weeks and play games for the final four weeks.

Grade 2 (Co-ed): This 6-on-6 league uses real game play to teach football rules, strategies and skills. Teams will practice for the first two weeks and play games for the final four weeks.

Grade 3 (Co-ed): This 6-on-6 league uses real game play to teach football rules, strategies and skills. Teams will practice one night each week for six weeks and play actual games the last five Saturdays of the session.

Grade 4 (Co-ed): This 6-on-6 league uses real game play to teach football rules, strategies and skills. Teams will practice one night each week for six weeks and play actual games the last five Saturdays of the session.


Indoor Monday Night Flag Football

Can’t get enough football? Then try our Monday Night Flag Football League! This league will play 4-on-4 football games with rosters consisting of no more than eight (8) players. Volunteer coaches will be needed to help direct team play, and games will be led by our staff/referees. Sign up early, as limited spots are available.


Youth Soccer

Each of our soccer programs use volunteer coaches to develop skills through modified, age-appropriate games. Teams will practice for the first two weeks and play games for the final five weeks.

U6 League, ages 5-6

U8 League, ages 7-8


Youth Basketball

Rookies 4K Basketball: This basic and introductory level class is designed to give kids an overview of the sport of basketball. Smaller basketballs and shorter hoops will help us teach the kids proper techniques and skills to help maximize their understanding of the sport.

Rookies Beginners Basketball (5K-Grade 1): This beginner level class is designed for kids who are just beginning in the sport of basketball. Kids will be taught the fundamentals of the sport. Dribbling, passing, shooting, and defense will be heavily emphasized through drills and controlled game play.

Rookies Intermediate Basketball (Grade 1-2): Kids in this advanced level class will build upon the basic skills that were learned in the Beginner Class as well as other basketball skills such as pivoting, rebounding, etc. Kids will also play controlled games beginning in week 4. This level is for 2nd graders, or a 1st grader that has completed one or two sessions of the Beginner class.

Winner’s Basketball League Camp: Led by Glenn Eichstedt, this camp is for 2nd, 3rd and 4th graders. Each week the camp will start with skill instruction, followed by half court “controlled scrimmage” and then full court games utilizing or emphasizing the skills and rules that were introduced or practiced at the start of each camp night.


Youth Volleyball

Rookies Beginners Volleyball (Grade 2-4): Designed for kids who are just beginning in the sport of volleyball. Kids will be taught the fundamentals of the sport. Bumping, setting, and positioning will be heavily emphasized through drills and controlled game play.

Rookies Intermediate Volleyball (Grade 3-5): Designed for kids who are looking to advance their skills in the sport of volleyball. This level is for 5th graders, as well as 3rd or 4th graders who have completed the Beginner level class. More advanced fundamentals of the sport will be taught. Bumping, setting, and positioning will be heavily emphasized through drills and controlled game play.


Youth Racquetball

Open to youth grades 4-8, these lessons are designed to teach kids the basic rules and skills of the great sport of racquetball!


Youth Dance

The genres of dance that may be covered in YMCA Dance are Creative Movement, Ballet and Jazz. Students are welcome to wear traditional dance attire, including tights, leotards, and ballet slippers; this is not required. Any clothing that the student can move and have fun in is acceptable. Socks or softer shoes are recommended.

Little Steppers (Age 3-4): Students will learn creative movements that are fun, educational and age appropriate. Class sized is limited to 12 and location is TBD.

Intro to Dance (Age 5-6): Students will learn pre-Ballet and creative movements that are fun, educational and age appropriate for ages 5 and up. Students will also be introduced to Ballet terminology. A short dance will be performed on the last day of class. Class will be held in Studio C.


Youth Cheer

This is a recreational program designed to teach cheerleading fundamentals. Participants will learn chants, jumps, basic stunts, and dance. They will also get the opportunity to cheer at flag football games in the Spring Session. 

Beginners Cheer (Age 5-7)Designed for children new to cheerleading.

Intermediate/Advanced Cheer (Age 6-11): 6 and 7 year olds must have previously completed two YMCA cheer sessions.


Youth Hip Hop Classes

(Age 6-12)Sean will introduce students to the fundamentals of dance in a nurturing classroom setting. Hip-Hop combines the styles of breaking, popping, and locking, while the students movement mixes gymnastics techniques with strength training and athleticism. Students will develop musicality, coordination, flexibility, and physical fitness in a fun environment!