We provide local community adults, teens, and youth with year-round leagues and tournaments. Travel distances are convenient for leagues and tournaments which include: basketball, volleyball, softball, baseball, and t-ball. Days and times of events vary from Monday through Friday evenings, all day Saturday, and Sunday afternoons. Contact the Recreation office regarding registration for all leagues and tournaments.
This seasonal sports program teaches local youth basic fundamentals and good sportsmanship in competition with surrounding areas in: soccer, flag football, volleyball, t-ball, softball, little league baseball, senior league baseball, basketball, and kickball. The program offers cooperative dedication for youth fitness and character development. Contact Robin Martinez (firstname.lastname@example.org / 480.362.5785) with any questions.
Schedules, requirements, and registration for each league are available below:
This program provides local Community tournaments year-round for youth ages 5 to 17 years old. Parents of community youth are provided with an opportunity to watch their children participate in sports. Travel distances for tournaments are convenient. Current tournament sports are: basketball, volleyball, softball, baseball, and t-ball. Days and times of events vary from Monday through Friday evenings, all day Saturday, and Sunday afternoons. Contact the Recreation office regarding registration for all leagues and tournaments.
This sports developing program is for Community children ages 3 to 5. The program is held at the Lehi Community Center. Children are coached in conditioning and basic fundamentals in various sports (soccer, t-ball, basketball, kickball). The program is held seasonally three Saturdays out of the month.
Contact: Kimberly Whitelock (480-362-5790) or Marla James (480-362-5780)
This program offers community youth ages 12 to 17, who are interested in gaining experience in aquatics, an opportunity to receive swimming lessons, first aid/CPR instruction, water rescue techniques, instruction regarding the importance of keeping physically fit, and other lifeguard related topics. The training prepares participants for possible careers in areas of aquatics. This program takes place in the Fall and is free for all Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community youth. For more information, contact Michael Douglas (480-362-5770) or Tatsu Nakamura (480-362-7561).
The Recreation Department sponsors special events throughout the year, in conjunction with various agencies as listed below. Contact Michael Douglas (480-362-5770) with any questions.
Salt River Basketball Officials Clinic
This clinic is free to all Communtiy Members 18 years of age and older. Please come join us for our first officials Clinic. Learn all the skills you need to become a certified high school official. The Clinic will be held at the Salt River Gymnasium. Contact Kim Whitelock (480-362-5790) or David Willis (email@example.com / 480-362-5795) with any questions.