President's Day Skills Challenge
The President’s Day Skills Challenge is held each on President’s Day each year in February. This FREE event features 3 sets of challenges for participants to show off their skills. They include NBA 2-Ball, 3-Point Shooting, and 2-on-2 Play – events partner youth in the basketball program together to compete against their peers. To participate in the event, players must be currently enrolled in a Minor through Senior Division of the Winter Basketball program.
The Master's College Basketball Night
Youth Sports partners with The Master's College to provide the “Youth Sports Master's College Basketball.” Admission to the game is FREE to all participants and families of the City of Santa Clarita Youth Sports program. The event gives the opportunity for Santa Clarita youth to experience a collegiate level basketball game in their own backyard! Additionally, 4 Youth Sport's basketball teams are chosen to play at half time of both the men and women's basketball games, displaying their skills in front of the college crowd!
FREE Open Run Basketball
Throughout the year we will be holding FREE Open Run Pick-Up Basketball for ages 9-13. Come test your basketball skills in a fun and organized environment! Enjoy pick-up games during the day or under the lights in an open court, park atmosphere. Come alone or with your team. Sign-ups begin 30 minutes prior to the event time. Teams will be organized and created upon arrival.
BE ON THE LOOKOUT FOR THE NEXT OPEN RUN!!!
SCV Dodger Day
Youth Sports partners with Arts & Events to provide the “Santa Clarita Valley Dodger Day.” This event provides tickets to a selected LA Dodger game to residents of the Santa Clarita Valley at a discounted price. Other game day events provided by the LA Dodgers make for a fun and exciting experience for Santa Clarita Valley residents.
Youth Sports and Healthy Families Festival
The "Youth Sports and Healthy Families Festival” is held each year in the month of August. This FREE Festival is designed to bring the community together to raise awareness about the important role physical activity plays in the lives of young people. The Festival provides zones with different activities for youth to participate in and learn about. Additionally, live performances are provided by City classes to teach children about the many different physical activities they can participate in.
NFL Punt Pass and Kick (PPK)
This FREE event held each year in September at Central Park, is a national skills competition for boys and girls between the ages of 6 and 15. Established in 1961, the PPK program is the oldest NFL Youth Football program. Girls and boys in five separate age divisions (6-7, 8-9, 10-11, 12-13, and 14-15) compete against their peers in punting, passing, and place kicking in a fun and engaging forum. Participants are scored on both distance and accuracy. Those that place in the top of their age division will have the opportunity to compete at a sectional tournament.