DEPARTMENT OF  
  Parks, Recreation
  and Cultural
  Resources

 

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Youth Athletics

  
 


National Training Complex
 



Cary Tennis Park





WakeMed Soccer Park


Weather Status

The Town of Cary youth sports programs are designed to provide a fun learning and growing experience for boys and girls. Youth can benefit from league play in baseball, softball, and basketball as well as a variety of sports camps/clinics in volleyball, baseball, golf, softball, tennis, and basketball. These programs are designed to provide a competitive recreation opportunity that promotes fitness and well being to the participants through team and individual league play. The goals of the programs include participation, sportsmanship, fun, and skill development. 

Youth Sports Philosophy
Fun – Learning to play for the purpose of enjoying participation.
Participation – Providing equal opportunity for play.
Sportsmanship – Actively expanding the individual’s social ability to demonstrate fair play.
Skill Development – Gaining expertise to expand the individual participant’s potential through practice and play.

Practice Schedules | Game Schedules

2016 Youth Sports League Registration Chart
Please note that youth league sports only accept individual registrations.


Fall Youth Baseball and Softball Registration

Baseball (age 8-16, age as of April 30, 2016)
Girls Softball (age 8-17, age as of January 1, 2016)
Registration: Jun 20-Jul 10
Registration Packet


Fall Youth Basketball Registration (Age 5-8)

Age as of October 15, 2016 
Registration: Jul 11-31
Registration Packet


Frequently Requested Contacts
Interested in a sport or recreational activity not offered by the town? Click below for a list of other organizations in the area that offer sports and recreational activities. Cary Parks, Recreation & Cultural Resources is not affiliated with any of these organizations. Please contact these agencies for details.

Frequently Requested Contacts

Volunteer Coaches
Cary Parks, Recreation & Cultural Resources relies on volunteer coaches for the organized youth sports leagues. Coaches must be available for weekly practice and games. Each coach is required to be certified by the National Youth Sports Coaches Association and to submit and pass a background check. It is important that coaches teach sportsmanship as well as specific sport skills. Anyone interested in coaching any sport should contact the Parks, Recreation & Cultural Resources sports staff during regular working hours to discuss their coaching interest.

Inclement Weather Procedure
In case of inclement weather, a decision regarding games will be made by Sports Staff.  Information will be on the Town website at http://games.townofcarync.gov/. A recording will also be on the Weather Cancellation Line (919) 319-4500. Updates are made at 3 p.m. each weekday, 7 a.m. on Saturday and 12 p.m. on Sunday. If a decision is made after these times, it will be made at the facility by the officials.

Sports Spotlight!
The Sports Spotlight is our bimonthly bulletin containing all the latest news, information, and updates on what is on the horizon in the world of Cary Parks, Recreation and Cultural Resources sports programming and events. If you would like to be added to the email list to receive this publication please email Tracey.Hedgpeth@townofcary.org. Email addresses are subject to the NC Public Records Law.

2016 June/July Sports Spotlight