"We love the values each week and the times of the games/practices."
Sean M. (December 2013)
"Not overloaded with practice, which gives more time for homework and other life things. The ability to play with friends and make more. My child has fun while learning the sport. Rewards for hard work, sportsmanship, lessons learned while playing. The encouragement and devotion to the kids."
Michelle C. (November 2013)
"The sportsmanship, celebrating others regardless of the fact that they aren't your children. There is always expectation, enthusiasm and encouragement in the air whenever the games are on."
Ann A. (March 2014)
"I love that you keep score. I think it is important for kids to learn to loose. Not everyone can win. So the kids learn to work hard. Winning isn't the most important part of playing,but learning to work hard and achieve a goal is an important lesson in life. Also, I do like the practice before th ... Read More
Karen P. (August 2013)
"The emphasis is on learning as opposed to some crazy win at all costs. A rather laid back approach of coaches with a desire to assist the youngsters enjoy the game."
Larry M. (November 2013)