Youth Sports

Youth Sports

Pitch, Hit, and Run:

Saturday, April 27th; 2-5pm; Promontory Park Softball Fields
El Dorado Hills Community Services District is inviting baseball and softball players of all skills and abilities to participate in the 4th Annual Pitch, Hit, and Run competition. The official skills competition of Major League Baseball will put young ball player’s fundamental skills to the test. This FREE event is open for anyone ages 7-14 to compete. Top players in each age category will receive an award. For more information please call (916)933-6624 ex:0. Pre-registration is required. Online registration is available. Must register through the District and MLB.
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Pee Wee Sports
Ages 3-6 with parent(s)
Designed specifically for first timers, these child friendly, 5-week sessions focus on fundamentals and general game knowledge.  Parent participation is required for this program.  Children and their parent will move from station to station learning the skills and drills of each sport.  With the help of instructors, this program builds confidence, motor skills and offers a positive experience to sports.  This is a fun way to spend quality time with your child in a non-competitive program.  These programs meet one day per week, but if you are interested in more play time, you can sign up for both weekly sessions.  Locations vary by class.
Pee Wee Soccer
Location: Promontory Community Park Adult Softball Field

Mondays, 5:15-6pm, 3/4-4/1
Wednesdays, 5:15-6pm, 3/6-4/3
Pee Wee T-Ball
Location: Promontory Community Park Adult Softball Field

Mondays, 5:15-6pm, 4/8-5/6
Wednesdays, 5:15-6pm, 4/10-5/8
Pee Wee Basketball
Location: Community Park Outdoor Basketball Court

Mondays, 5:15-6pm, 5/13-6/10*
Wednesdays, 5:15-6pm, 5/15-6/12*
*No class on 5/27 or 5/29
REGISTER HERE

Spring NFL Youth Flag Football
Grades 2nd-8th
This coed league focuses on fundamentals, teamwork and improving individual skills in a competitive yet fun environment.  Participants receive an official NFL jersey, and an award.  Practices are one day a week with eight (8) games on Saturdays beginning April 13th.  Game times may start as early as 2pm.  Players are highly encouraged to attend evaluations, but evaluations are not mandatory.  Evaluations will be held on Saturday, 3/2.  You will be emailed once times have been scheduled.  No games on 5/25.  NO REFUNDS, CREDITS or TRANSFERS once practices begin.
Registration is now open for El Dorado Hills Residents within the District boundaries.
Registration for Non-Residents will open on Monday, 1/22.

Register Here

Spring Boys & Girls Youth Volleyball Leagues
Grades 4th-12th
These dual recreational leagues allow participants to learn volleyball in both a fun and competitive environment.  Practices and games are one day a week each, with games beginning the week of April 15th.  Participants receive a team jersey and an award.  Alternate grade combinations may occur due to enrollment numbers.  Players are highly encouraged to attend evaluations, but evaluations are not mandatory.  Evaluations will be held on Saturday, 3/2.  You will be emailed once times have been scheduled.  NO REFUNDS, CREDITS or TRANSFERS once practices begin.

Registration is now open for El Dorado Hills Residents within the District boundaries.

Registration for Non-Residents will open on Monday, 1/22.

REGISTER HERE

The El Dorado Hills Community Services District offers youth sports year-round and depending on the season.  

Youth & Adult Sports League Schedules, Standings, & Rules Website

Did You Know?
The Gilmore Center is located in the old Fire Station at 990 Lassen Lane.