by Elean Gersack
Although summer is here, planning is already underway for the fall. Here is the scoop about a variety of nearby organizations offering fall sports leagues and activities. Check them out soon as fall sign-up deadlines are fast approaching:
Castle Rock Recreation
Some of the fall leagues being offered at the Castle Rock Recreation Center include basketball, soccer and tennis. The Recreation Center offers a wide variety of classes from age three to adult. For more information regarding leagues and registration, visit www.ci.castlerock.co.us.
Centennial Soccer offers soccer for all ages, both recreational and competitive. Games are played in Castle Rock at the Douglas County Fair Grounds soccer fields. To find out more about fall leagues and to register on-line, visit www.centennialsoccer.com.
Dolphin Youth Sports
The Douglas County Dolphins Youth Athletic Club offers fall leagues in cheerleading, football and softball. Registration for each league begins on June 1. The organization’s goal is to help the youth of Castle Rock and the surrounding areas develop athletic skills, sportsmanship, leadership, community service, team effort, and a sense of fair play. To find out more about this organization and leagues, visit www.dcdolphins.com.
Formerly Douglas County Soccer Association, Real Colorado helps teach and promote the game of soccer. They offer both recreational and competitive leagues for youth and adults. Visit www.realcolorado.net for more information and to register on-line for fall leagues.
SafeSplash Swim School
SafeSplash swim school was founded in 2005 by the parents of two young children who wanted a dedicated warm water swim program for their kids. The new facility, near I-25 and Lincoln Avenue, is under construction and is scheduled to open in the fall. In the interim, classes are being held in Castle Rock. For more information, visit www.safesplash.com.
South Suburban Parks and Recreation (including Lone Tree Recreation Center)
South Suburban Parks and Recreation will offer a variety of sports leagues and classes this fall including in-line hockey, flag football and lacrosse. Leagues and classes are available for children and adults. For more information, visit www.sspr.org.
To find a detailed list of sporting organizations in and around CPN, visit www.cpnhoa.org. Click on “community” and then on “sports and recreation.”
To have a sport or organization listed on the CPN website, send an e-mail with detailed league information to firstname.lastname@example.org.