Youth Sports Contacts
Beavercreek is very fortunate to have very dedicated volunteers who organize, sponsor, and coach our community youth sports programs. We like to make their jobs a little easier whenever we can, so we keep copies of their various registration forms in our office. You can pick them up in the lobby at City Hall.
|BSA Youth Recreational Soccer||Larry Collins: 426-0967
Info Line: 426-5787; www.beavercreeksoccer.com
|BSA Celtic SC Youth Competitive Soccer||Tim Grinstead: 429-8576
|Eager Beaver Football and Cheerleading||Info Line: 285-0298
|Beavercreek Stars||Shane Mueller: 269-2292
|BCAA Youth Baseball||Larry Knapp: 427-1551|
|Beavercreek Sox Baseball||Jeff Fruhwirth: 429-7778|
|Beavercreek Youth Wrestling||
Shawn Randolph, Head Coach: 623-2094
Heidi Randolph, Director: 623-2094
|BYSA Youth Softball||Bob Darden: 426-4610
Founded In 1981 As a Non-Profit (501-C-3) Membership Organization. Governed By A National Volunteer Board Of Directors
To improve the out-of-school experience by focusing on the psychological, emotional and physical needs of children.
Approximately 2,000 Accredited Chapters developed through Parks & Recreation Departments, Optimist Clubs, Boys & Girls Clubs, YMCA / YWCA, Church Affiliated Recreation and Military Youth Activities in all 50 states. Over 600,000 members since 1981.
To qualify for membership in the NYSCA, coaches must successfully complete the NYSCA Coach Certification / Training Program; sign the NYSCA Coaches’ Code of Ethics Pledge; and remit their certification / membership dues.
About The Certification / Training Program
A one time three- to four-hour clinic conducted via video tape with interactive discussions.
Psychology of coaching, maximizing athletic performance, first aid, safety, legal liability, the coach as a role model, practice organization and teaching the fundamentals of: Soccer, Basketball, Volleyball, Hockey, Baseball, Softball, T-Ball, Football, Flag Football, Cheerleading, Ice Ringette and In-Line Hockey.
Benefits include $1,000,000 (excess) liability insurance coverage; Youth Sport Coach publication; Member’s Handbook; Membership card and patch; Qualification for All-American Drug-Free Team; Qualification for NYSCA National Coach of the Year program; Discount Program.
For More Information Contact Your Local Chapter.
Beavercreek’s local chapter:
City of Beavercreek Dep’t. of Parks, Recreation and Culture
1368 Research Park Drive, Beavercreek, Ohio 45432
Contact Person: Mike Thonnerieux