Youth Sports

For more detailed information on any of these programs please see our current Program Brochure or contact our Membership Desk at 301.739.3990

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Spring Sports 2024 Schedules

The YMCA of Hagerstown Youth Sports programs are designed to give your children a safe learning environment, where the focus of the Programs is on Physical, Social, and Mental development. A few of our programs are competitive programs, but most are based upon learning the fundamentals of the Sport while learning the four core values of the YMCA of Honesty, Caring, Respect, and Responsibility.

YMCA Youth Sports have modified rules to maximize Fun and increase sportsmanship and Fair Play.

COACHES NEEDED

The YMCA relies on Community participation for our programs to run successfully. We have over 200 volunteers a year creating great programs for your children, so please consider being a coach! Come and experience what it feels like to teach a child the importance of being physically active , and how sports can become an integral part in everyone’s lives.

Volunteer Coaches are essential for YMCA Youth Sports to be successful. Please consider jumping in and supporting your son/daughter experience by becoming a coach. It is a truly rewarding experience to see kids grow, develop friendships and learn sport skills. Please contact Angelie Spann to become a Youth Sports Coach at 301-739-3990 x-4217 or via email to [email protected]

For a volunteer application click here Volunteer Application

Click here for Parent Information & Guidelines

 
Youth Volleyball League
Volleyball girls and coach FB

Children in grades 3rd-High School. A true team sport, volleyball helps everyone learn important lessons about collaboration and communication on and off the court. Our volleyball programs serve up plenty of fun for all ages and skill levels. Kids learn the basics of passing, setting, hitting, serving and blocking in a fun, supportive environment! Offered throughout the year in Spring and Fall. Registration is required.

T-Ball

Children ages 4-7 years old. Great learning experience for young kids. One practice and one game per week. Learn basic skills of baseball, teamwork, and make new friends. Offered in the Spring. Registration is required.

Basketball
basketball coed

Children ages 6 years-High School. Great learning experience for young kids. One practice and one game per week. Learn basic skills of baseball, teamwork, and make new friends. Offered throughout the year. Registration is required.

Youth Soccer & Futsal
soccer coed

Children ages 4-16 years old Youth soccer is fun, easy to learn and accessible to all kids. The Y offers a league for all ages and skill levels, providing a healthy, fun environment to enjoy the physical benefits and camaraderie of this exciting game. Offered throughout the year. Registration is required.

Tots Soccer (Ages 4-6)

Players take part in fun soccer activities where every player uses a ball and participates in discovery games. All games follow our age specific curriculum which focuses on key skills of social interaction, agility, balance, and coordination. Players participate in 60 minute practices once a week (Saturdays), focused on fun soccer activities.  Friend requests are accepted to help with the social development of each player.

Lil’ Kickers (Ages 7-8)

Players participate in 60 minute practices once a week, focused on fun soccer activities and a game session (usually 60 minutes) on the weekend to reinforce those skills. Once players have developed a love for the game players are encouraged to move onto the the Recreational programs with the YMCA.

Elementary (Ages 9-10)
Middle School  (Ages 11-13)
High School (Ages 14 & Up)

Our Recreational Program is designed to meet the needs of the majority of youth soccer players. It is an open program in which players of all abilities are invited to play and enjoy the game. Every child is guaranteed playing time in an environment that places participation, fun, and skill development above winning. Recreational teams are coached exclusively by volunteers.

Dance

Dance is not just a sport, but an art. Dance is beneficial for physical health, improves social skills and increases creativity. Dance helps with rhythm, balance, coordination, and helps with self–confidence. Our goal is for your child to want to come back to learn and have fun.

Dancing Tots (2-4 years-old)

This class is 10:00-11:00am on Wednesdays and will focus on the basic movements of ballet, teaching little dancers ballet positions through fun games and activities.

Dancing Stars (5-7 years-old)

This class is 5:30-6:30pm on Wednesdays and will focus on jazz style along with some ballet. Dancers will get a chance to work as an individual learning to gain confidence and use their creative side.