Summer adult sport registration opens Monday
Registration for summer adult sports offered through City of Steamboat Springs Parks and Recreation opens on Monday, April 25.
Summer sports include pickleball, volleyball, softball and potentially soccer. Registration can be accessed through steamboatsprings.net/221/Adult-Sports.
Volleyball will also begin the week of June 6, running on Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays at the Howelsen Hill Sports Complex. Teams of two, three or four may compete at the A (highest), B, or C levels. However, league options will be dependent on registration numbers and staff availability, according to the city website.
Softball will begin the same week and will take place at the fields at Howelsen Hill on Monday, Wednesday and Thursday nights. Teams or individuals may sign up for A league, competitive co-ed or recreational co-ed levels.
Pickleball will also be offered this summer, taking place every Monday night for eight weeks beginning June 13. A double-elimination tournament will take place at the end of the season. The league is open to two-player teams and will have a ladder style format, with winners moving “up” a court and losers moving “down.” This league is ideal for 3.0-3.5 players.
The department is still working on how a soccer league could be organized.
For further information on adult sport leagues, contact Nick Carelli, Recreation Supervisor, at 970-871-7037 or reach out to Austin Cagaanan, Recreation Coordinator at 970-871-7042 or email@example.com.
To reach Shelby Reardon, call 970-871-4253, email sreardon@SteamboatPilot.com or follow her on Twitter @ByShelbyReardon.
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