Youth Leagues General Information
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|Click on all three documents below to print, fill out forms & return to Ericksen Center.|
|Coaches Application, Code of Ethics & Background Check
|Flag Football is a co-ed program offered for grades 1st through 4th. Participants are taught the fundamentals of punting, passing, running and receiving. Games are played, at Emma Young Park behind the Ericksen Center, Sunday afternoons from late September through October. Players will receive a tee shirt and flags are provided. Jewelry and metal or hard cleats will not be allowed.|
|Printable Registration Form||Flag Football Registration Information|
|1st & 2nd Grade Flag Football Schedule 3rd & 4th Grade Flag Football Schedule|
|Tackle Football is offered for grades 5th and 6th. Participants are taught the fundamentals of blocking, running and passing. Games are played, on Tuesday and Thursday evenings after 5 pm, at Emma Young Park behind the Ericksen Center. Equipment fitting consists of helmets, pants, pads and jerseys. Mouth guards will be provided.
|Printable Registration Form||Tackle Football Registration Information|
|5th & 6th Grade Tackle Football Schedule|
|Printable Registration Form||Soccer Registration Information|
|Pre-K Schedule||4th - 5th Girls Schedule|
|K- 1st Schedule||4th - 5th Boys Schedule|
|2nd - 3rd Girls Schedule||Middle School Girls Schedule|
|2nd - 3rd Boys Schedule||Middle School Boys Schedule|
Spring and Fall Soccer are six-week programs designed to teach the fundamentals of soccer to participants ages 3 through 8th grade. Children will learn through practices, games and instruction by volunteer coaches. Games consist of smaller sided play to ensure more quality touches, to the ball, during games. Games are played on Saturdays from morning to early afternoon. Preschool co-ed teams (3, 4 and 5 year olds) play at Emma Young Park on Harding Field. K-1st co-ed and 2nd-5th grade teams play at Reynold P. Jurgensen (behind Home Depot) and 6th-8th grade teams play on the Clinton Community College fields. Spring games are played mid-April through May. Fall games are played mid-September through October.
Summer Soccer Registration Information Printable Winter Schedule
Printable Basketball Registration Form Jr. Basketball Registration Information
|Boys and Girls 2nd Grade Basketball is a six-week program held on Tuesday evenings. The season runs from February through March. Volunteer coaches will instruct players with the basic fundamentals of skills and drills. Fast-break play is allowed in the fourth quarter only, if the score is within 20 points.
2nd Grade Schedule
|Boys and Girls 3rd and 4th Grade Basketball is a six-week program featuring league play on Saturday mornings. The season runs from the end of January through the beginning of March. Volunteer coaches will instruct players with fundamentals, skills and plays through practices. Both boys and girls are allowed to fast-break. Game officials and team shirts are provided.
Boys 3rd & 4th Grade Schedule
Girls 3rd & 4th Grade Schedule
|Boys and Girls 5th and 6th Grade Basketball is a six-week program featuring league play on Saturday afternoons. The season runs from the end of January through the beginning of March. Volunteer coaches will instruct players with fundamentals, skills and plays through practices. This program features fast-break play and full-court press opportunities. Game officials and team shirts are provided.
Boys 5th & 6th Grade Schedule
Girls 5th & 6th Grade Schedule
|Click on team to view game schedules: Fillies 1 & 2 Pintos 3 & 4 Palomino 5 & 6 Mustang 7 - 9|
|Girls' Softball is a program geared toward obtaining player skill development through practice and league play for participants, not on a high school team, grades 1 - 9. Fillies are grades 1st and 2nd, Pintos are grades 3rd and 4th, Palominos are grades 5th and 6th and Mustangs are grades 7th - 9th. Playing rule modifications are based on National High School rules. Fillies play Monday through Thursdays. Pintos, Palominos and Mustangs play Mondays through Fridays.|
|Visual Skill Evaluation (V.S.E): is a time when the coaches have a chance to review players’ relative skill and athletic ability. Each player will 1) bat (4 pitches) from a pitching machine 2) run the bases to 2nd base, 3) field two ground balls thrown by a coach, 4) catch a pop fly, 5) throw each of the ground balls and pop fly to a player at 1st base and 6) pitch 5 pitches to a stationary target. The coaches will then draft players based on the information gained through the V.S.E. Players need to complete a “VSE” only once while involved in each level of play (‘Pinto’, ‘Palomino’ and ‘Mustang’). In the second year, a player is automatically placed on the same team as the previous year, unless a re-draft is requested.
Printable Registration Form Make-Up Game Schedules
For more information or registration, call: 563-243-1260