The fall and winter sports seasons have been busy ones for Polk County Parks and Recreation, with an equally busy spring just ahead.
Here are notes and news from Polk County Parks and Rec:
Basketball is in full swing!
Basketball season is back and off to an awesome start! We have over 200 players signed up across six different age groups, and it has all the makings of another fantastic season. Swing by Stearns Gym or Polk County Middle School to check out the action!
For all current basketball league information, including standings and schedules, click here.
2017 Fall Sports in Review
This fall we had an incredible soccer season at Polk County Parks & Recreation! We had nearly 260 players signed up to form 26 teams in four exciting age groups. This season was a blast and we cannot wait to get back out there for the Spring season!
On November 16, we wrapped up another spectacular volleyball season. Volleyball has been one of the most popular youth sports in our community in recent years, and this was evidenced by the awesome turnout we had for this fall season. With more than 130 girls signed up in three different age groups, forming 17 teams, this was another season to remember!
Spring Volleyball Registration is Now Open
The cost to register is $40 per player, and registration will remain open until Friday, Jan. 26. Please notice, this registration window is shorter than normal, so make sure you get signed up before it is too late!
Click here for all current volleyball information, including the Spring Registration Form.
Youth Baseball/Softball Update
Registration for the 2018 Spring Baseball/Softball season will open soon. The cost to register is $70 per player, and sign-ups will remain open until Friday, Feb. 9.
Click here for all baseball/softball information.