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 of the game to improve as a player.
Parents must sign a code of conduct prior to their child being allowed to play in sports.
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Winter Sports Season Timeline
|January 6||1st Game Day|
|January 9 & 11||Picture Days|
|February 8||Picture pick-up (6:00-7:00pm)|
Winter Sports Game Schedules
Spring Sports Season Timeline
|January 15-March 1||Registration Period|
|February 26||Youth Volleyball Skills Evaluations|
|March 2||Registration price increase|
|March 2||Last day to drop from program to receive full refund|
|March 5||Coaches’ Meetings|
|March 9-11||Dick’s Sporting Goods Spring Shop Event|
|Week of March 12||Spring Sports practices and Adult Volleyball begin|
|Week of March 19||Kiddie Kickers begins|
|Saturdays April 7-May 19*||Game dates|
|March 24-31||No sports activities over Spring Break|
|April 3 & 5||Spring picture days|
|Week of May 21||Make-up game date|
*Games may be played the week of April 16 in lieu of April 14 due to King Elementary Spring-O-Rama.
Family-Friendly Registration Process
Our registration process will allow you to choose the practice day and time that is most convenient for your family (except for volleyball). The practice day and time that you choose at registration will determine your team. Early registration is strongly encouraged as each team has a set number of participants and once a practice day and time has reached its player capacity that team will be full.
No waiting lists will be formed once a team is full. We strongly encourage parents to check the website or call the branch to find out if an opening on a team has occurred.
This is an online sports platform that is utilized for simplifying communication among coaches, players and YMCA sports staff. PlayerSpace is where you will find your roster, practice and game schedules, as well as contact information for those on your team. If you do not have a PlayerSpace account, you will receive an email asking you to set one up once the teams have been assigned. If you have an existing account, please log in after the date that teams have been assigned. PlayerSpace will be used for basketball, soccer and volleyball.
Additional Spring Sports Information
Volleyball Skills Evaluations
All participants MUST attend evaluation and teams will be drafted by coaches using the results from these evaluations. For more information on the volleyball skills evaluations process, please click here.
Monday, February 26 at 6:30pm
Be a Coach!
As is the case with all recreational leagues, the Y program is built on dedicated volunteer coaches. If you are a great role model, have a fun-loving attitude, enjoy working with kids, and have good communication skills, you are qualified to become a head coach! The Y provides coach training and practice plans, along with help from staff members when needed. Coaching couldn’t get any easier! If you are interested, contact the Y staff listed below and tell them you want to make an impact this season! Coaches, please make sure to register your child as soon as possible to ensure they have a spot on the team, as we cannot hold spots on any team.
Volunteer Coach Coordinator
Soccer Coaches’ Meeting & Volleyball Coaches’ Meeting and Draft: Monday, March 5 at 6:00pm
Spring Volleyball League
Adult Volleyball offers a fun and exciting atmosphere with friends, co-workers, church groups and family. It also a great way to meet new people and make new friends. Players may sign up as an individual or together as a team.
Orientation and Pre-Season
Tuesday, March 13 at 6:30pm will serve as Orientation and Pre-Season. Teams will be announced on this date and given time to introduce themselves to one another. We will also go over major rules. Two pre-season games will be played on this night and will not count in the regular season standings.
Each team must have at least two females on the court at all times. The league will consist of a 6 v 6 format. For the rest of our league rules, please click here.
Pickleball is a combination of tennis, badminton, ping pong and racquetball, and also one the fastest growing sports in America. It may be a silly name, but it’s a serious sport! Good for all ages…come see what the excitement is all about!!
Where: North Gym
When: Tuesdays and Thursdays from 12:00 to 3:00pm.
Join the fun of a tailgate favorite while spending time with family and friends. Fun-spirited atmosphere where new friendships can be made and memories that will last a lifetime. Whether you are competitive, play for fun, or a beginner, this is the place for you!
Every Tuesday in the community room, 3:30-5:30pm (unless we close early).
Questions? Contact Stephanie Durick at email@example.com or 985-9622 or ask at the Membership Desk for more details.