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Postby Theodore » Fri May 15, 2009 4:43 pm

Adding a sticky for local sports organizations, and moving applicable posts here.

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Postby Theodore » Fri May 15, 2009 4:43 pm

monicam508 wrote:The Homeschool Sons basketball organization is currently recruiting new players. We are located in the Anderson, Indiana area and surrounding counties. For more information, please go the the SONS website which is www.homeschoolsons.org The website states the teams' philosophy and contact information.

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Postby Theodore » Fri May 15, 2009 4:44 pm

Cableth wrote:The Atlanta South Christian Knights offers competitive baseball in a Christian environment to homeschooled young men ages 11 - 18. Our program is open to all area home school students who are abiding by Georgia home school laws and who meet the age and eligibility requirements. We encourage all young men interested in baseball to check out our exciting program. For more information, please visit our website at www.LeagueLineup.com/AtlantaKnights or contact Tim Peavy, Knights President at TimPV@Bellsouth.net


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Postby Theodore » Fri May 15, 2009 4:46 pm

goknights wrote:Crown Athletics is a not-for-profit athletic association created for the benefit of home educated students living in the north metro area of Atlanta, Georgia. Participation is open to all area home school students in grades 6-12 who are abiding by Georgia home school laws and who meet the age and eligibility requirements of each sport. We currently offer students the opportunity to participate in baseball, football, basketball, volleyball, golf, tennis, soccer, cross country, cheerleading, swim, marching band and equestrian sports for The Crown Athletic Knights. For more information, visit our website at www.crownknights.org or contact Michelle Rutledge, Athletic Coordinator, at 770-516-8686.

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Postby Theodore » Fri May 15, 2009 4:47 pm

HomeschoolCNY wrote:Lake Effect Homeschool Association (NY)

We are just finishing up our soccer season and are preparing for the start of basketball! We offer offer both a junior and a full player program, for grades ranging from 5th up through 12th, with separate girls' and boys' teams.

We are based out of the Oswego area, but we have families who have come from as far as Palermo, Savannah, and the Pulaski area. Our practices and home games are held at a church gym in Fair Haven, NY. We compete in the Empire State Christian Athletic League against Christian schools in the state of New York. Some locations include Cortland, Seneca Falls, and as far away as Penn Yan. We play two games against every team in the league, one home and one away.

Please contact me at HomeschoolCNY@aol.com if you would like to receive more information about the start of our season and the other sports programs that we offer, such as soccer, volleyball, and track and field.

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Postby Theodore » Fri May 15, 2009 4:48 pm

djoss wrote:Dallas, North Texas

HSAA was established to provide homeschooled youth with opportunities to compete in competitive athletic events in a Christian atmosphere. Through this athletic competition, HSAA is committed to providing parents with support in their responsibility of developing high moral character within each student-athlete. Each participating adult volunteer must sign a statement of faith.

See our website at http://www.hsaa.org

If you would like to receive information about HSAA, please e-mail us at one of the following addresses:

Chuck Hendricks (President & Baseball Commissioner): chuckh@chfirm.com

Paul Davis (Basketball Commissioner): MDavisGang@aol.com

Marci Elkins (Volleyball Commissioner): steveandmarcielkins@msn.com

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Postby roses20 » Sat Jan 30, 2010 5:41 am

Are there any basketball programs set up for homeschoolers in the Valparaiso or Portage Indiana area or just nearby?
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Postby Theodore » Wed Feb 10, 2010 12:41 pm

bwightman wrote:Pure Athletes Inc based in Plantation, Florida offers a unique program for soccer skill development for all ages and abilities.

Our PURE SKILLS lessons last for one hour and consist of no more than 8 athletes, in these lessons we will strive to perfect technique and to develop the essential skills needed to play the beautiful game.

Technique is a term used to describe basic actions or movements, and they form the building blocks on which skills are developed.

Our aim is to teach our athletes how to think and not what to think and give them a solid technical base to be able to play for any coach and in any formation.

Visit our website www.pureathletes.us for more information.


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