The Town of Cary youth sports programs provide a fun learning and growing experience. Youth can benefit from league play in baseball, softball, volleyball and basketball as well as a variety of sports camps/clinics in volleyball, baseball, golf, softball, tennis, and basketball. These programs provide a competitive recreation opportunity that promotes fitness and wellness to participants through team and individual league play. The goals of the programs include fun, participation, skill development and sportsmanship.
Youth Sports Philosophy
Fun: Creating an environment that provides an enjoyable sports experience. Playing for the love of the game.
Participation: Providing an equitable opportunity for play and promoting fitness and wellness through physical activity.
Skill Development: Improving the participant's skill level through practice and play.
Sportsmanship: Actively expanding the individual's social ability to demonstrate teamwork, respect and fair play.
Youth Sports League Registration Chart
Please note that youth league sports only accept individual registrations.
Youth Sports Leagues
- Spring Youth Baseball and Softball (Age 5-18)
- Summer Youth Volleyball (Age 10-18)
- Fall Youth Baseball and Softball (Age 8-17)
- Fall Youth Basketball (Age 5-8)
- Winter Youth Basketball (Age 9-18)
The Sports Spotlight is our bimonthly bulletin containing all the latest news, information, and updates on what is upcoming in Cary sports programs and events. If you would like to be added to the email list to receive Sports Spotlight, email Tracey.Hedgpeth@townofcary.org.
Frequently Requested Contacts
Interested in a sport or recreational activity not offered by the town? Other area organizations may offer those sports and recreational activities. The Town of Cary is not affiliated with any of these organizations so please contact them directly.
The Town of Cary relies on volunteer coaches for 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 pass a background check. It is important that coaches teach sportsmanship as well as sports skills. Anyone interested in coaching should contact Parks, Recreation & Cultural Resources at (919) 469-4062 for more information.
Inclement Weather Procedure
In the event of inclement weather, a decision regarding games will be made by staff. Information will be online at games.townofcarync.gov. A recording will also be on the Weather Cancellation Line at (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.