i9 Sports

Chino Valley, Corona, Rancho Cucamonga

Offering youth sports programs in Chino Valley, Corona Valley, Rancho Cucamonga, Upland

Mark Cupp - Program Director

Mark "Coach" Cupp is the Inland Empire i9 Sports Franchise Owner. He has had the honor to coach youth sports for more than 25 year and many of his greatest experiences & relationships were created while at i9 Sports.

"We have a great group of parents that understand that i9 Sports is about enjoying your day with your family; not losing their mind over the final score."

"Our primary focus is "Teaching Life Lessons through Sports" and we do this by ensuring that "Everyone Knows Their Role!" We have adopted Positive Coaching Alliances's philosophy and provide discounted courses to our players, coaches, parents & staff!"

Our current course offering include the following:

Players - "Triple-Impact Competitors" Improving oneself, their teammates and the game.

Coaches - "Double Goal Coaches" Redefining what winning is and teaching life lessons.

Parents - "Second Goal Parents" Reinforcing the Life Lessons that playing sports provide!

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Why Do Parents Love i9 Sports?

"I love How it’s about learning and teamwork and having fun "

"The staff at I9 sports are really friendly and truly care about the kids."

"My son is having a lot of fun. I like that they focus on sportsmanship."

"Coach helps children feel included and feel exited about the game "

"I enjoy the atmosphere of the league. I think it's more important for kids to learn how to play the game than it is to win at this age (7-10 year olds). "