About i9 Sports Programs at Potter's House Church:
Potter's House Church serves at our primary Jacksonville venue for flag football, soccer, cheerleading and T-Ball in the Spring, Summer and Fall. We run all 4 of those sports each of those three seasons.
Our Flag Football leagues serve as a fun fast paced and safe alternative to tackle football. Players learn import football skills with a much lower risk of injury. i9 Sports is the leader in flag football in the Wilmington and Jacksonville, NC area.
The i9 Sports Cheer Program is synchronized with our i9 Sports Flag Football Leagues. Participants will cheer on the teams and provide half-time entertainment during the games! The program is focused on teaching basic skills and having fun. It is 100% recreational, so everyone participates all of the time. There are no try-outs, no competitions, and no heavy travel is involved. Cheer teams will be taught by experienced cheerleading coordinators.
Our soccer program is for boys and girls ages 3-12. The age groups from 3 to 6 learn the skills of the game with 5 on 5 games that do not have a goalie. Starting at age 7 more strategy is introduced and goalies are added.
Our baseball program is for ages 3 to 6. For the 3 to 4 age group they play T-Ball. For the 5 to 6 age group they play a modified coach pitch. The coach will pitch to them, but if they need the Tee to hit, then after a few tried at the pitch they will be given the tee. Our baseball/T-Ball program is a great place to learn the skills of the game in a low pressure fun filled environment.
Why Do Parents Love i9 Sports?
"Coaches are great!!"
Ashleigh S.(May 2018)
"We like the fact that practice and game are on the same day, alleviating the need for an extra day for practice during the week. This also helps with retention of the skills sets because the kids learn and then play."
Eric E.(May 2018)
"well organized. love the weekly sportsmanship award."
Yvette F.(May 2018)
"The kids all have a fair chance to play and they have so much fun!"
Sandra P.(November 2018)
"I like that the practice and game take place back to back and that each player gets a turn."