i9 Sports

Greater St. Louis County, MO

Offering youth sports programs in St. Louis, West County, Chesterfield, South County

Neil Hatchard - Program Director

Office: 314-782-1780

Weather Hotline: 314-567-2039

Email: neil.hatchard@i9sports.com

Neil Hatchard is a native of St. Louis, MO. Since 2013, Neil has been the Area Developer for Greater St. Louis County bringing quality instruction and lots of fun to community families. His background in business management and marketing has allowed him to utilize his skills to benefit the community. Currently, Neil mentors Parkway Spark! students and volunteers his time with Junior Achievement. In addition Neil serves as President of a non-profit organization that helps promote youth athletic participation and provide financial assistance to youth who cannot otherwise afford to participate in athletic activities. He and his fiance Elizabeth are excited to celebrate their wedding in August of 2016.
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Why Do Parents Love i9 Sports?

"Your communications are OUTSTANDING - timely, consistent, shared regularly enough without being too much. Well-planned! Love that the weekly quality is shared in advance and beautifully incorporated into the team experience, too!"

Leah E.  (October 2017)

"We have been very impressed with the I-9 tball program this far! It is very organized and well-run and our son really enjoys it. Thank you! "

Laura R.  (May 2018)

"I like how the practices are planned by i9. I enjoy the staff working at i9. "

Beth F.  (May 2018)

"Not competitive, esp for kindergarten-aged kids...just about learning and FUN. Plus, once-a-week commitment at that age is perfect. THANKS!!!"

John B.  (May 2016)

"I love that the practices and games take place on the same day and that the level of competition is where everyone gets a chance to improve their skills"

Steve D.  (February 2018)