The Y is the starting point for many youth to learn about becoming and staying active, and developing healthy habits they’ll carry with them throughout their lives. And the benefits are far greater than just physical health. Whether it’s gaining the confidence that comes from learning to swim or building the positive relationships that lead to good sportsmanship and teamwork, participating in sports at the Y is about building the whole child, from the inside out.
Youth Basketball League
It is time once again for the most popular sport at the YMCA! Our youth basketball league is a developmental recreation program for youth ages 7-18. The program objectives are:
- Development of fundamentals
- Teaching sportsmanship and character development
- Socialization between teammates & other teams
- Enjoyment of the game of basketball
Youth Instructional Basketball
Family Hoops: For boys and girls ages 3-4. This is an instructional program that involves interaction with Mom or Dad as children are introduced to the game and skills of basketball in a group environment. A great opportunity to get involved with your child as he or she enters the world of athletics! A family that plays together stays together! For more information, call our front desk with questions.
Hoopsters: For boys and girls ages 5-6 An instructional program that focuses on the “FUN”damentals! Children will learn and implement the basics of basketball. This carefully designed and action-packed program prepares kids for the next level of the YMCA’s progressive basketball leagues. Hoopsters: where every kid is a HOOP-STAR!
Have fun with friends and learn the skills and fundamentals of the game of Volleyball. Children are sure to come away with a positive experience regardless of their skill level. Groups will be split up by age into two divisions. Boys and girls are encouraged to register. For more information, please download our Spring 2021 Youth Volleyball Flyer. For questions, please email Will.
Our Adult Co-ed Volleyball League offers a fun way to exercise with friends in an energetic sport. This league provides a challenging level of play for recreational players and is designed to encourage fair play. We welcome volleyball players of all abilities in a family-friendly environment. This league provides a great place to meet new people while developing your volleyball skills. No worries if you don't have a team... we will help you find teammates. For more information, please download our Spring 2021 Adult Volleyball Flyer. For questions, please email Will.
Youth Volleyball Skills Clinic
Are you looking to better develop your volleyball skills? This NEW Volleyball Clinic is a perfect way to learn all aspects of the game while gaining confidence. This program will meet twice a week for eight weeks. These hour and a half sessions place intense focus on fitness, passing, serving, hitting, setting, and blocking while learning team responsibilities. For more information or questions, please email Will.
Youth Instructional Soccer League
Keep your child active and engaged through sports. Join us for an exciting instructional soccer league at the Alamance County YMCA. This league will emphasize skill development and basic rules while learning the basics of dribbling, shooting, and passing. In addition to teaching participants the game, our volunteer coaches make sure kids also learn important character values including teamwork and fair play.
Note, registration is at the Alamance County Community YMCA, but practices will take place at BCA (Burlington Christian Academy) fields.
Our YMCA offers a fun way to exercise with friends with Pickle Ball! This program provides a challenging level of play for recreational players and is designed to encourage fair play. We welcome Pickle Ball players of all abilities in a family-friendly environment. This program provides a great place to meet new people and get some exercise. For more information, please download our Pickleball Flyer.