Fun for the young and the young at heart! Looking for a league that will challenge young sports enthusiasts while teaching them the game? Or maybe you want to get out of the office, get a little exercise and have fun with friends. Whatever your motivation, THPRD has a sports team for you. Everyone can play because leagues are divided by level of skill and competition.
The staff at the Tualatin Hills Athletic Center run leagues in adult basketball, softball, kickball and volleyball, youth basketball for grades 5-12, youth volleyball for grades 4-12, as well as the Select Soccer Program for age groups U11-U14.
Local groups, working in cooperation with THPRD, run other leagues. These groups allocate more than 300 baseball, softball, and soccer fields for youth baseball, softball, soccer, football, lacrosse and rugby and adult soccer teams.
All team sports participants must have a THPRD Residency Card in order to participate on a sports team. Don't delay — allow about two weeks from the date of application for processing.
Its not too late to get in shape! THPRD offers adult basketball, softball, kickball and volleyball leagues for those who are still playing after all these years. Soccer teams are offered by the Oregon Adult Soccer Association, which uses THPRD's soccer fields for league games and practices. Get up, get moving, get out of the house, and get your friends together to have fun!
Build a lifetime habit of activity, fun, and fitness with school age sports teams. Team sports encourage cooperation, and respect for others and teach problem-solving skills while building strength and fitness.
Don't miss this chance to contribute to your community and have fun with some kids on a regular basis — coach a youth league team. Coaches are always needed for basketball, volleyball, baseball, softball, football, soccer, lacrosse, and cricket leagues.
The baseball, softball, football, soccer, lacrosse, and cricket leagues are run by affiliated groups that manage registration, team formation, and scheduling. They work closely with THPRD staff to allocate field use, address league needs and concerns, and ensure trained coaches and a quality program. Even if you've never coached before, you can be a part of this rewarding program.
Players in THPRD youth sports programs are prohibited from wearing jewelry during practices and games. A medical alert medal must be taped and may be visible (OSAA Volleyball Rule 4-1-7 and OSAA Basketball Rule 3-5-6).
This page was last updated on Thursday December 11 2014 at 12:10 PM.