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Field Hockey

Youth Sports

YMCA Field Hockey is a great place to introduce your child to the sport or for your child to continue playing in a safe and educational environment. Don’t miss out on all the action! Skill development will occur through drills, age-appropriate games and scrimmages. Each participant should come prepared with eye goggles, mouth guard and field

Youth Sports

Programs

Summer Sports Registration Is Open! The Y is committed to keeping kids safe and active! YMCA Youth Sports programs promote healthy kids, families and communities by placing a priority on family involvement, healthy competition, the value of participation over winning, and team building. Parents are encouraged to be more than mere spectators by contributing their

Sports

William G. White Jr. Family YMCA

Sports Staff Tyson Carrier, Sports Director, t.carrier@ymcanwnc.org James McCorkle, Sports Coordinator, j.mccorkle@ymcanwnc.org Youth The YMCA of Northwest North Carolina Association aspires to be an outstanding recreational youth sports organization by providing fun, memorable seasons to our athletes, coaches, and parents. Each athlete should feel like an important part of the team, regardless of performance, and

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Statesville Family YMCA

Sports Staff Reese Overby, Sports Director, r.overby@ymcanwnc.org Danny Gathings, Associate Youth Development Experience and Sports Director, d.gathings@ymcawnnc.org Youth The YMCA of Northwest North Carolina Association aspires to be an outstanding recreational youth sports organization by providing fun, memorable seasons to our athletes, coaches, and parents. Each athlete should feel like an important part of the

Sports

Stokes Family YMCA

Sports Staff Reese Overby, Sports Director, r.overby@ymcanwnc.org Youth The YMCA of Northwest North Carolina Association aspires to be an outstanding recreational youth sports organization by providing fun, memorable seasons to our athletes, coaches, and parents. Each athlete should feel like an important part of the team, regardless of performance, and learn the skills, tactics, and

Sports

Kernersville Family YMCA

Sports Staff Tyson Carrier, Sports Director, t.carrier@ymcanwnc.org Youth The YMCA of Northwest North Carolina Association aspires to be an outstanding recreational youth sports organization by providing fun, memorable seasons to our athletes, coaches, and parents. Each athlete should feel like an important part of the team, regardless of performance, and learn the skills, tactics, and strategies

Sports

Jerry Long Family YMCA

Sports Staff James McCorkle, Sports Senior Director, j.mccorkle@ymcanwnc.org Summer Sports Update April 22-June 18: Registration Period (or until capacity has been reached) June 4-6: Summer Sports shop event at Dick’s Sporting Goods (coupon coming soon) June 14: Summer Sports programs begin June 24: Summer Basketball games begin April 3-9: Spring Break – no games or

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William G. White Jr. Family YMCA

Sports Staff Tyson Carrier, Sports Director, t.carrier@ymcanwnc.org Youth The YMCA of Northwest North Carolina Association aspires to be an outstanding recreational youth sports organization by providing fun, memorable seasons to our athletes, coaches, and parents. Each athlete should feel like an important part of the team, regardless of performance, and learn the skills, tactics, and strategies

Sports

Davie Family YMCA

The YMCA of Northwest North Carolina aspires to be an outstanding recreational youth sports organization by providing fun, memorable seasons to our athletes, coaches and parents. Each athlete should feel like an important part of the team, regardless of performance, and learn the skills, tactics, and strategies of the game to improve as a player.

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Wilkes Family YMCA

Sports Staff Reese Overby, Sports Director, r.overby@ymcanwnc.org Anita Oliver, Sports Coordinator, a.oliver@ymcanwnc.org Youth The YMCA of Northwest North Carolina Association aspires to be an outstanding recreational youth sports organization by providing fun, memorable seasons to our athletes, coaches, and parents. Each athlete should feel like an important part of the team, regardless of performance, and learn