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.   We are now enrolling for winter sports:




We’re happy to help you. For more information, please email our family centers or visit our Welcome Centers.


Your health and safety continue to be our top priority.  Please review our Winter 2020 Return to Play Plan.

• Spectators and participants will be required to sign a sports waiver prior to the clinic and season.
• No one should attend practice or a game if not feeling well, has a fever, currently under a quarantine, or has been in contact with someone with COVID-19 in the last 14 days.
• Personal health and safety are the responsibility of all players, volunteers and spectators.
• If a positive COVID-19 test is reported to the YMCA, teams impacted will be notified, while keeping the individual’s identity confidential.
• Players will be required to provide their own hand sanitizer.
•  Players are required to provide their own equipment.
• All equipment, whether YMCA or player provided, should be cleaned after each individual use during the game.
• Players should not share water bottles and drink containers. Please label all sports bottles.
• After the games, there will not be any handshakes, congratulation lines, or parent tunnels. We encourage teams to be creative with fun ways to say “good game”.
• Avoid having large group team meetings before or after the game. When meeting, practice social distancing and wear facial covering.
• Facility restrooms will follow YMCA disinfection protocol during clinics.
• To ensure participant health and safety, as well as enjoyment of our facilities and programs, we will continue to review and update these guidelines regularly to remain in line with federal, state and local guidelines.