Castle Pines Athletics  is a recreational youth sports program designed specifically for children ages 3 to 11 years old.
Offering non-competitive sports in the City of Castle Pines, our program allows children to practice and play games at home at the four community parks.  
Why play anywhere else?
!We play for fun
Play at Home on the Fields in Castle Pines.
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Ages 3 to 11
Boys & Girls
All Abilities
Team Spirit
We have a variety of programs available to children ages
3 to 11 years old. 
We offer a co-ed program. 
Our teams are made up of  boys and girls that play
together in the 
appropriate age groups.
Whether your child is a first time player, or has played for years,
this program is tailored
to meet various needs of
all skill levels.
We are a fun, recreational program that focuses on teaching basic skills, good sportsmanship, positive attitudes, and how to be part of a team.
NOW REGISTERING for Winter Basketball
Season Dates:  January 4 to March 5, 2016  
Registration Deadline:    EXTENDED to November 15th. 
Location:  DCS Montessori School in Castle Pines
Basketball Information
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Spring Registration Opens January 1st
Spring Programs Offered in Castle Pines:
   - Co-ed Soccer for ages PreK to 4th Grade
   - Soccer Tots for 3-year-olds only
   - NFL Flag Football for ages 6 to 11


Where Everyone's A Winner

At Castle Pines Athletics, we don't think it is healthy for young children to practice sports multiple times a week, travel for competitive sports, or endure the pressures of many highly intensive competitive athletic programs. 
In fact, many children suffer sports "burn out" when they hit middle school because they were pushed too hard, too young. We think it is important for a child to be physically active, learn a new sport, yet still have time to be a child.

According to the Open Access Journal of Sports Medicine, three out of four American families with school-aged children have at least one playing an organized sport — a total of about 45 million kids. By age 15, as many as 80 percent of these youngsters quit playing. One reason is the gap between the child’s desire to have fun and the misguided notion among some adults that their kids’ games are a miniature version of grown-up competitions, where the goal is to win, no matter what.
At Castle Pines Athletics, we strive to teach basic skills of each sport we offer while focusing on good attitudes, sportsmanship, and learning to be part of a team. Our philosophy embraces teaching fundamentals, life lessons, and creating new friendships versus a “win at all cost” mentality.     
Every child is a winner with Castle Pines Athletics. We hope you and your child will enjoy our program.

Drawing by Charley L., age 8

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