Youth Leagues & Sports
It's MORE Than A Game
The goal of the Eastview youth sports is to provide a fun environment built around healthy competition for kids, while teaching age appropriate fundamentals of the game and values for life. Our desire is to help develop the physical, emotional, and spiritual well-being of each athlete through sports. You do not have to be a member of Eastview to participate.
It's more than a game. If you can...pray, talk to people, enter data, scorekeep, share your story, shoot video, take photos, coach, officiate and more, we've got a place for you. Email (name, phone number and area of interest) Sports Outreach Director Doug Roberts to get connected at email@example.com.
The Upward flag football league is for boys and girls from Kindergarten through 5th Grade. We maximize the family schedule by having one hour-long practice each week and one weekly game. The practices are at the same day and time each week, with games held on Saturday.
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These youth basketball leagues are for boys and girls in grades Kindergarten-5th grade. Open to the community, you do not have to be a member of Eastview Christian Church to participate. Following the Upward 360 program, athletes learn and develop components of physical, mental, social fitness, spiritual fitness & skills. Coaches are well trained to provide your athletes with an experience they won’t forget! It’s MORE than a game, so invite a friend to participate!
KINDERGARTEN/1ST GRADE UPWARD BASKETBALL (FALL SEASON)
These young athletes will participate in a one-night practice/game experience lasting 75 minutes. Young athletes will practice skills, team strategy, share a devotion and compete in game play all in one evening.
WINTER 2019 2ND-5TH GRADE UPWARD BASKETBALL
This exciting basketball league is for boys & girls 2nd – 5th grade. Eastview Sports follows the Upward 360 program where young athletes learn & develop components of physical & mental skills & social & spiritual fitness. With one practice & one game/week it’s easy on the family schedule. For more information & to register click below.
2019 YOUTH CO-ED VOLLEYBALL CLINIC
In April 2019 Eastview Sports will offer a volleyball skills clinic for 3rd-5th grade girls and boys on Monday & Wednesday from 5:15—6:15 PM. During these 8 sessions, youth will focus on the basic skill development important for all beginning volleyball players. Each of the 8 sessions will be led by a talented group of coaches many with collegiate playing experience. The staff are intentional about keeping the sessions positive, active and fun! It's MORE than a game!
Registration is closed for the 2019 Youth Co-Ed Volleyball Clinic.
2019 5TH & 6TH YOUTH VOLLEYBALL LEAGUE
Eastview Sports is hosting a youth volleyball league for 5th and 6th grade school volleyball teams to participate in. This league will take place on every Tuesday night in the months of January and February. Games will be played at 5:00 PM, 6:00 PM, and 7:00 PM depending on the age group. This is a great opportunity for young girls to improve upon their volleyball skills while competing for their school. If you have any questions regarding the volleyball league, please contact Ratasha Garbes at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Eastview Sports will offer a basketball camp July 15–18, 2019 for boys and girls entering 3rd– 5th grade in the summer of 2019. The camp will focus on basic skill development, competition and devotion time. Staff will be intentional about keeping the sessions positive, active and fun!
3rd/4th boys-8:15-10:00AM Register Here
3rd/4th/5th girls-10:15-12:00PM Register Here
5th grade boys-10:15-12:00PM Register Here
The archery program creates an excellent opportunity for families to enjoy recreation together in a safe environment. Children, teens, mothers and fathers and young adults can all learn more about archery and about God in a fun and organized way. The program consists of a weekly one-hour group session that meets for 8 weeks. Children must currently be 9 years old and up to participate. For safety reasons, participants may not use their own bows.
Doug Roberts | email@example.com