We offer a variety of competitive levels/options within the Greater Wichita YMCA including monthly/short season sports including our young kid and recreational leagues. including the following (for links to intro sports - click on the above question about sports offerings): Baseball. Basketball. Climbing. Dance.
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The Y offers a variety of volleyball programs that are guaranteed to serve up a fun time! Learn the fundamentals of serving, bumping, and setting in a fun atmosphere. Volleyball promotes sportsmanship and teamwork as well as individual development.
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Every YMCA volleyball game begins with a Youth Sports Pledge. We encourage fair play, positive competition and family involvement. Sports are offered seasonally and vary by location.
Youth Volleyball League (Grades 3-8) - Our league features: • Games on Saturdays • Six games per session (some sessions offer a bonus game for a total of 7 games) • Trained volunteer coaches • YMCA trained and screened officials • Good sportsmanship and core values modeled and promoted • Focus on fundamentals and new skill development
The registration is now complete for Fall Spirit Volleyball. Game Days. Sunday Afternoons in September, October and November starting on Sunday September 26. Game Locations. Lincoln Public Schools facilities (to be determined). League Fees. Lincoln YMCA Members $65 | Non-members $75 Uniforms. Teams may wear their own team jerseys or order t-shirts from the YMCA.
YMCA Volleyball helps kids become better players and better people while also helping them make new friends, stay active and learn new skills that will help them succeed in life. We are committed to coaching with a focus on fair play, healthy competition and parent participation.
For 3rd grade girls, the Spears YMCA offers the Mozgai Academy. This is designed to introduce basic Volleyball skills to girls with limited experience. Under well-structured instructions, students learn warm-up routines, basic volleyball movements, focus on passing, serving and introduction of setting and spike approach.
Originally called mintonette, volleyball was created by the YMCA. An experimental game, mintonette combined a variation of the badminton net with elements of basketball, the German game of fistball and handball. The philosophy of YMCA youth sports programs is to use sports as a tool to develop each participant physically, mentally and spiritually.
The YMCA will be running sand volleyball leagues this summer on Mondays and Wednesdays. We will only be able to take a maximum of 12 teams per league night on a first come first serve basis. All teams will play a total of 30 games for 11 weeks with the top 6 teams qualifying for the playoffs.