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Thursday, August 21, 2014
Parks & Recreation: Recreational Sports

Youth and Adult Sports Manager:Steve Ganzer

Phone: 503-474-4930
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General Parks and Recreation Information: 503-434-7310

Online registration for Youth Soccer, Baseball, Softball, Basketball and all other Parks and Recreation Activities!

Link to: Schedules, information, clinics and rainout/inclement weather information

 

 

check this out image2.jpgAdvice for parents of youth sports participants - tell your young player “I love watching you play.”

Link to video:Changing the Game in Youth Sports | John O'Sullivan

 

McMinnville Parks and Recreation provides a variety of community-wide recreational sports opportunities and programs year-round for both youth and adults.

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Youth Sports:

Youth Sports is a signature program that honors sportsmanship and good will among athletes. Participants are given an opportunity to enhance their skills, learn the responsibilities of teamwork, and strive for excellence within a competitive atmosphere.

Seasonal league programs for boys and girls include youth soccer (fall and spring), basketball (winter), and softball and baseball (late spring/summer) and a variety of sports related clinics, lesson series (tennis), workshops and camps. More than 2,500 kids ages 6-14 and over 300 adult volunteers participate in youth sports programs annually.

In addition to the many participants and volunteers, more than 35 local businesses participate as team sponsors or provide general program donations each year. 

Youth Soccer - NOW OPEN! Deadline is August 31st!

Youth Basketball

Youth Baseball/Softball

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Coaches Page:

Click here for more Information

 

 

 


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Dodgeball League Flyer

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DODGEBALL

Introducing the NEW Youth Dodgeball League! Dodge, dip, dive, duck, and dodge your way to a great time. This fun recreational league is a great way to meet new friends and improve your health and fitness. Matches will be 15 minutes with as many games as can be played during that time. Only 6 players on the court during each game.  Matches will be monitored by Parks and Rec referees.

funny pic.jpgAges: 4th-8th grade boys and girls

When: TBA

Time: 6:30pm - 8:30pm

Location:  Community Center

Youth Dodgeball League Rules

Youth Dodgeball League Waiver

 


 

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Introducing the new summer-time Youth Kickball League!  Grab your friends and come play a favorite PE game.  This fun recreational league is a great way to meet new friends and improve your health and fitness.  Games will be 5 innings with as many games as we can fit in.  Games will be monitored by Parks and Rec referees.  Rule sheets will be available at registration.

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When: Wednesdays July  23rd-Aug 13th.

Time:  5:30pm-7:30pm

Cost:  $20

Drop-in:  $5 

Register Online Here Now

 


 

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Adult Sports Programs: Click Here

Adult Sports programs encompass a variety of league and drop-in opportunities including coed volleyball  (fall/spring), church volleyball  (winter), men's soccer (spring through fall), over 30 basketball (all year), men's softball (spring/summer) and coed softball (summer).

Youth and adult programs are scheduled at Joe Dancer Park, Discovery Meadows Community Park and throughout many of the McMinnville School District indoor facilities.

2014 Volleyball Fall coed Information - Registration is now OPEN 

COED Slow-Pitch Schedules      

Over 30 Basketball 2013-14 Information

Adult COED Soccer Information


Up Coming Leagues:

Coed Volleyball-Games September-November on Mondays and Wednesdays. Registration will be open August 15th.

new picture.jpg Adult Coed Soccer 5 vs. 5 - Registration is Now OPEN!                

 

"If you set a goal for yourself and are able to achieve it, you have won your race. Your goal can be to come in first, to improve your performance, or just finish the race it's up to you."
Dave Scott
American tri-athlete and six-time Ironman World Champion.