Sports Corner

INSIDE SPORTS

2019 Spring Sports and Progams

Baseball Prices:
T-ball Ages 4-6 and Pee Wee Ages 7-8 $55
Minors Ages 9-10  and Majors Ages 11-12 $85
Pony Ages 13-14 $130
Family cap $200

Soccer Prices:
U6 ages 4 and 5 year old $55VR/$65NVR
U8 ages 6 and 7 year old $55VR/$65NVR
U10 ages 8 and 9 year old $75VR/ $85NVR
U12 ages 10 and 11 year old $75VR/$85NVR
U14 ages 12 and 13 year old $75VR/$85NVR

Egg Hunt information:
Adult egg hunt tickets go in sale March 15th at 8am. $15 presale
Hunt is on April 20th at 8pm at Mineral Lake Park 21 years and older.

Kids egg hunt tickets go on sale March 15th at 8am. $2 presale
Hunt is on April 20th at 10am at Jordak Elementary School Playground
Kids 1-12 years old

Deadline to register for the adult basketball league is March 15th $500 per team.  Players can be 16 years of age with parents permission.

March 31st Paint and Sip
Middlefield Recreation Department’s next Paint and Sip will be held on March 31st. Where we will be painting on sap buckets. The cost is $35. Debra from Perfect Occasions Costume Shop gives step by step instructions to create a wonderful project. You will be able to pick the animal you wish to paint on it from a moose, deer or horse.

 

Weather Cancellation Info.

 

Schedules, Rules, Handbooks, Survey’s &recreation-logo more … You’ve come to the right place to explore everything there is about Youth Sports in Middlefield!
Parent Guidelines – Way to go! Signing up your kid for sports is the first step toward a season full of fun for the whole family!What a wonderful opportunity you have created for your child.  One where he/she can learn new skills, get some exercise, meet new friends, be a part of a team, and have the attention and support of his/her biggest fan…YOU! Just remember-put the FUN FIRST and you will make this sport experience that much more enjoyable for everyone. Few youth programs are successful without the support of parents.Below are a few guidelines for concerned parents as they strive to support their young athletes:

  • Supportive parents focus on mastering sport skills and strategies rather than on competitive ranking.
  • Supportive parents decrease the pressure to win.
  • Supportive parents believe that the sport’s primary value is the opportunity for self-development.
  • Supportive parents understand the risks that competition places on a child.
  • Supportive parents communicate their true concerns directly with the coach.
  • Supportive parents understand and respect the differences between parental roles and coaching roles.
  • Supportive parents control negative emotions and think positively.
  • Supportive parents avoid the use of fear and punishment to get kids to perform better.
  • Supportive parents avoid criticizing children, coaches, and officials.
  • Supportive parents recognize and understand expressions of insecurity and provide support when necessary.
  • Supportive parents avoid the use of guilt to manipulate children to perform the way they want them to.
  • Supportive parents show empathy for the young athlete.

Middlefield Recreation Dept. would like to thank all of our generous spring sports sponsors.  With their help we were able to purchase uniforms, new equipment and maintain our fields for our youth sports teams.  We would like to thank:

Blasko & Cummins Insurance Services, Express Auto Service and Tire, Gavazzi Family Chiropractic, Gold Key, Great Day Child Care Learning Center, Harvo LLC.,  Precision Orthopedics, Valley Title & Escrow Agency, Inc., Wal-Mart and Watson’s 87 Furniture.

 

 

 

Online Registration

 

Parents & Coaches

Online Concussion
Training Course

Concussion Info

A Sudden Cardiac Arrest (SCA) (Coaches Training)

A Sudden Cardiac Arrest (SCA) (Parent/Youth Athlete Information)

 Forms

Youth Sports Policies

Program Registration

Coaches Application

referee umpire scorekeeper form

Scholarship Application