Youth sports

Our youth Sports programs offer educational, instructional, and developmental sports opportunities for youth. Programs include basketball leagues for boys and girls, a girls volleyball league, pee wee basketball, boys flag football, and tennis.

For more information, please see the current season's Activity Guide.


Hi-Five Little Ballers

Basketball classes for 3 to 5 year-old boys and girls are held at the Arrillaga Family Gymnasium for 8-week sessions in September, January, and April. Using lower baskets and smaller balls, our experienced coaches will help each child get a feel for the ball, their teammates, and the game itself.

Hi-Five Hoops league

Kindergarten through 2nd Grade basketball league will be held once a week on Sundays beginning in January. Our experienced coaches will teach each child how to properly develop the key fundamentals of the game - defense, dribbling, passing, and shooting. Teams are school based. Program includes a clinic, regular season, and playoffs.

Hoopsters class

Basketball classes of 4–6 week sessions are held in the spring and fall. Classes meet once a week and teach the basic skills of the sport through both drills and short games. Age appropriate baskets and balls are used.

Youth basketball league

This league is for boys and girls, Grades 3–7, and operates daily from mid-January through the end of March. Games are held once a week. Teams are school based with tryouts done through the schools. Team entry fee required.

Pee wee football

This program operates for 8 weeks at Kelly Park in the fall. Games are played on Fridays. Other weekdays are used for practices.

Soccer classes

Classes are held weekly for boys and girls 2.5 years old through 12 years old. Classes operate throughout the year. Age appropriate drills and skills are taught. Classes are taught by Kidz Love Soccer staff

Girls volleyball league

This league is for girls, 4th through 8th grade, and operates weekly from mid-September through mid-November. Games are held once a week at the Arrillaga Family Gymnasium. Teams are school-based with tryouts done through the schools, and schedules and scores are posted on Team Sideline. Team entry fee required.

Sports camps

The city offers several sports camps ranging in focus from golf, basketball, tennis, skateboarding, pony camp, water sports and more. 

Contact us

Tricia Mullan
Library and Community Services Supervisor