We believe that all of the North County children should have the opportunity to explore their physical abilities in a safe and inclusive environment. We strive to athletically prepare our children for a higher level of competition when entering future sports. It is also our hope that by the time children graduate from our Youth Sport Programs they have experienced a larger social support system and friendships that will truly last a lifetime.
We are working to provide approved outdoor clinics such as running and pickleball to safely keep our youth active.
We will continue to monitor OHA for regulations and guidance.
Please continue to watch our website or visit our Facebook page for registration details.
The sports we offer are Floor Hockey, Volleyball, Basketball, Baseball/T-Ball, Softball, Summer Soccer, and Fall Soccer. For practices and games we use the Neah-Kah-Nie School District gyms & fields, as well as the NCRD Gym & Rex Champ Field.
The support from the school district allows us to provide so many different athletic opportunities.
Closed for holidays: New Years Day, Martin Luther King Jr. Birthday, President’s Day, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Columbus Day, Thanksgiving & Black Friday, Christmas Eve, Christmas Day
Volunteer opportunities available: Coaching & Refereeing
No experience needed!
• Volunteer Application
SPRING BASEBALL CLINIC
June 7- June 30, 2021 (M/W)
With safety measures in place we are excited to host a 4-week Baseball/ T-Ball clinic
To register your child or for more information please email:
We believe that all of the North County children should have the opportunity to explore their physical abilities in a safe and inclusive environment. We strive to athletically prepare our children for a higher level of competition when entering future sports. It is also our hope that by the time children graduate from our Youth Sport programs they have experienced a larger social support system and friendships that will truly last a lifetime.
Available for Pre-K thru 8th grade students. Don’t worry; ice, skates, and physical contact are not involved with floor hockey. Players focus on hand-eye-contact, teamwork, and communication to improve their skills and have fun during the winter.
Available for Pre-K thru 8th grade students. Players will learn, develop, and improve skills like dribbling, shooting and defensive strategies while maintaining sportsmanship and teamwork. This has been a popular sport for our local high schoolers to share their knowledge, and mentor our youth as a coach. Preparing our youth for Middle and High school competition, while giving our upperclassman a different perspective.
Available for 3rd-6th grade students. Our well experienced coaches train and motivate players to be the best they can be, to eventually compete at the middle and high school levels. Players will learn how to serve, pass, and work together to improve their skills in a positive and welcoming environment.
Available for Pre-K thru 8th grade students (non traveling team). Practices are spent learning and developing skills to compete at the higher levels. Players will learn teamwork, sportsmanship, communication and leadership with innovative concepts like timed games, multi-batter offenses and arena-style action.
Competitive travel team for girls’ 3rd-8th grade. The season is mid-April thru mid-July. Game locations will vary. Games will be held 2x during the week beginning late-May.
Available for Pre-K -8th grade students. We offer two separate recreational soccer seasons for all youth Pre-K thru 8th grade. At each level players will learn and develop their skills to prepare them for higher competitive levels.
NCRD has partnered with Oregon Coast Futbol Club (OCFC) to provide middle and High School athletes the opportunity to play co-ed soccer at a more competitive level. Teams will travel to various locations in the Beaverton/Tualatin areas for Saturday games.
Available for Pre-K and Kindergarten. Athletes will learn the basic rules of baseball, develop hand-eye coordination, improve gross motor skills, and make new friendships. While games are not competitive, they will still play like the big kids and have fun on the field with the help of parents and older siblings.