Basketball, Volleyball, Short Sports Clinics
YMCA youth sports offer several programs to help keep your kids active throughout the year. We offer leagues and programs for the player new to the sport – wanting to learn the basics, along with leagues and programs for the players looking to take their game to the highest level of competition. The YMCA has something for everyone!
How to Register:
- Over the phone: 602-404-YMCA
- Online: www.Quickscores.Com/desertfoothillsymca
- In person at the Desert Foothills Family YMCA, 34250 N. 60th St. Bldg. C Scottsdale AZ
Registration Opens: July 11– August 21
Late Registration: After August 22 (not guaranteed)
$20 LATE FEE
Season runs: Sept. 9th-Nov. 12th
- D3 Jr. Suns (Recreational Basketball)
In this league coaches will work on basic ball handling, passing, shooting and defensive skills while introducing defensive and offensive schemes.
- D1/D2 Jr. Suns (Competitive Basketball)
For the more competitive player with previous basketball experience. (At least three seasons of Recreational)
- D3 Volleyball (Recreational Volleyball)
This league is a great introduction to volleyball and we use modified rules.
- D1/D2 Volleyball (Competitive Volleyball)
For the more competitive player with previous volleyball experience. (At least three seasons of Rec or clinic) Travel is required
- D3 Volleyball Clinic (Grades 1st-3rd)
A great introduction to volleyball that will teach basic fundamentals of the sport to help prepare them for our leagues
- Short Sports (Ages 3-5)
Kids will love our instruction sports programs that introduce them to the fundamental of sports of all sorts! The YMCA’s four core values are infused into every class so that kids focus on the value of sportsmanship. This program will focus on the basic fundamentals of three sports: Basketball, Soccer and T-ball. Each sport will be played for two weeks. Parental involvement is required.
VOLUNTEER COACHES NEEDED!
Please contact: Drew Master at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in making a positive impact on our youth in our community