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Youth Sports With Focus on Player Development and Skills

Baton 1 (8 sessions, $50)
This class is for beginners ages 4-10. We will cover the fundamentals of baton including twirling, marching, and basic dance techniques. Instructor will provide batons for class use, however, purchase is recommended.  Custom fit batons may be ordered at the first class. Participants will demonstrate their skills in an informal parent performance at last class.
376728 starting 3/31 at Roberto Clemente Middle School from 6:00 – 6:45 pm
376729 starting 4/2 at Damascus Community Recreation Center from 5:00 – 5:45 pm

Lacrosse Fundamental Skills Development (4 sessions, $65)
Boys and girls ages 6-9 will work on fundamental lacrosse skills in a non-competitive environment. This course covers catching, throwing, cradling and picking up ground balls as well as basic offensive and defensive strategies.
377026 starting 4/5 at Layhill Village Local Park from 9:00 – 10:00 am

Challenger Sports Player Soccer Development (8 sessions, $130)
Kids ages 5-9 will work on basic soccer skills development and core techniques. We will work with kids as individuals and also in small group practices and scrimmages. Coaches oversee the games to ensure it is an environment where players continue to learn.
376409 starting 4/1 at Olney Family Neighborhood Park from 5:00 – 6:00 pm
376410 starting 4/4 at Meadowbrook Local Park from 5:00 – 6:00 pm
376411 starting 4/4 at Darnestown Local Park from 5:00 – 6:00 pm

Instructional Youth Flag Football (6 sessions, $115)
Kids ages 5-12 will learn about throwing, catching, offensive and defensive concepts, and, of course, team work! Players will work on their skills as they learn the basics of the game. This course focuses on providing a fun, positive introduction to football and each player will receive a t-shirt.
377025 starting 4/12 at Wood Middle School from 10:00 – 11:00 am

Cheerleading (7 sessions, $120)
Cheerleading can help young children improve their self-confidence, self-esteem, coordination, and team work. Participants ages 6-9 will learn basic beginning cheerleading skills including motions, formations, chants, and cheers, with simple stunts and dance. Skills build confidence, self-esteem, coordination, and team work. Poms will be supplied for use at class.
376317 starting 4/22 at Olney Elementary School from 5:00 – 6:00 pm