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Our leagues cater to ensure every player, regardless of skill, has the chance to develop and also experience what it is like to play organized sports. Focusing on both team and individual growth, players will walk away with improved skills, a greater understanding, and a stronger love of sports.

Chicago

Dodgeball League

This league provides participants with an opportunity to play the popular game in a safe and supervised environment. The program uses super soft balls and safety is stressed during game play. Each week players learn new variations of the game, keeping class fresh and the kids having fun. Time limits are placed on all games so participants do not sit out too long and remain active throughout the class. The first week includes practice play and evaluations to select balanced teams. The season concludes with playoffs, winners taking home a medal. Each participant receives a team t-shirt.
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Indoor Flag Football League

The Indoor Flag Football League provides participants with knowledge of basic offensive and defensive football strategy. Each participant learns the basics of the game with the opportunity to put their skills and knowledge to use in a positive competitive environment. The first two weeks consist of practice sessions in which participants learn pass patterns, formations, offensive plays, defensive sets and coverage schemes. After the initial two weeks of practice, teams are assigned. Through the course of the season, each team plays games against other evenly matched teams. The Indoor Flag Football League provides an excellent opportunity for youngsters interested in pursuing competitive outdoor football to learn the skills of the game.
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Indoor Floor Hockey

Hockey fundamentals as well as game strategy, teamwork, sportsmanship and safety are stressed each week. Participants are required to have the following equipment: hockey stick, helmet, shin guards & gloves. Games will be played each week. Come out and have some fun!
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Evanston

Dodgeball League

This league provides participants with an opportunity to play the popular game in a safe and supervised environment. The program uses super soft balls and safety is stressed during game play. Each week players learn new variations of the game, keeping class fresh and the kids having fun. Time limits are placed on all games so participants do not sit out too long and remain active throughout the class. The first week includes practice play and evaluations to select balanced teams. The season concludes with playoffs, winners taking home a medal. Each participant receives a team t-shirt.
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Glenview

5-on-5 Basketball League

The 5-on-5 league exposes youth players to team dynamics and develops their intermediate and advanced skill levels. Through game play and organized practices, players learn new techniques and improve existing skill levels. Each team is assigned a coach who works hands on with the players and their teammates to encourage team discipline, proper fundamentals and core concepts of the game. Each team meets for a one-hour practice prior to game time to work on drills, philosophies and teamwork. Schedules are provided the first week of the season.
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Morton Grove

3 on 3 Pickup Basketball/League

Players develop core fundamental and an advanced skill set in this team oriented 3-on-3 program. Enter your own team of three to five players, or sign up as an individual to meet new players. Each team plays a minimum of two half-court games each week. This league allows players to practice their team skills while still getting plenty of ball touches. Referees monitor game play. Teamwork and sportsmanship are emphasized.
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Wilmette

Dodgeball League

This league provides participants with an opportunity to play the popular game in a safe and supervised environment. The program uses super soft balls and safety is stressed during game play. Each week players learn new variations of the game, keeping class fresh and the kids having fun. Time limits are placed on all games so participants do not sit out too long and remain active throughout the class. The first week includes practice play and evaluations to select balanced teams. The season concludes with playoffs, winners taking home a medal. Each participant receives a team t-shirt.
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Coach Pitch Softball

This program features weekly practices and games. Participants learn the basics of softball in a fun environment that allows them to develop skills on practice days and implement them on game days. The season starts off with a clinic for players. During practices, the staff of Hot Shots Sports will be available to assist volunteer coaches and their teams during their designated practice time. Coaches pitch on game days with more emphasis placed on how to field, hit, run the bases, and the basic rules of the game. Teams will be formed based on school. An 11-inch softie softball will be used.
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Softball League

Girls play one or two games per week on Saturday and/or Wednesday evening (between 5-10 p.m.). Please sign up for your current grade level. Once rosters are put together, they are final. Practice days and times vary according to coach schedules. The program depends on parents and friends to volunteer for coaching duties. Those interested may call 847/256-9690. All players receive a team jersey and pants. No games/practice: May 26. Grades 3-4 • Pony League: Sign-up deadline is March 30. The Pony League will form teams based on school attended. All players are encouraged to attend a player’s clinic on Thursday, April 5, 6:30-7:30 p.m. at Central Elementary School. Grades 5-6 • Minor League: Sign-up deadline is March 30. All participants must attend evaluations. Teams will be put together based on player evaluation results, school and friendship requests. Player evaluations help balance the teams. Evaluations will be held at Central Elementary School, Thursday, April 5, 7:30-8:30 p.m. Please bring a glove and wear tennis shoes. This league will partner with neighboring communities for the league. Game locations may vary. Grades 7-9 • Major League: Sign-up deadline is February 28. All participants must attend evaluations on Thursday, April 5, 7:30-8:30 p.m. at Central Elementary School. Teams will be put together based on player evaluation results and friendship requests. Player evaluations help balance the teams. Please bring a glove and wear tennis shoes. This league will partner with neighboring communities for the league. Game locations may vary.
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