New Castle Recreation and Parks

Youth Athletics

Recreation & Parks Commission offers athletic programs that provide instruction in fitness training, skill development, tactical play and the rules of good sportsmanship appropriate to each age level. The Commission expects that all players in its programs will receive fair playing time. Good sportsmanship is viewed as a commitment to fair playing time, ethical behavior and integrity. By definition, sportsmanship is characterized by generosity, genuine respect and sensitivity toward others. All participants including players, coaches and parents shall conduct themselves in a sportsmanlike manner on and off the field.

2014-2015 Recreation Youth Basketball

Frequently Asked Questions 2014/2015 - pdfFrequently Asked Questions
Code of Conduct -  pdfCode of Conduct Form

Rules & Regulations 2015 - pdfRules & Regulations 2015

2015 Boys League Schedules

pdf4th Grade Boys

pdf5th Grade Boys

pdf6th Grade Boys

pdf7th & 8th Grade Boys


2015 Girls League Schedules

pdf4th Grade Girls

pdf5th Grade Girls

pdf6-8th Grade Girls

2015 Spring & Summer Programs
Youth Sports Coaching Requirements

In order to be cleared to coach for the New Castle Recreation & Parks Department Youth Sports Leagues and affiliated youth athletic programs, you must complete a background check and a National Youth Sports Coaches Association (NYSCA) "Coaching Youth Sports" online clinic.

Background Check & NYSCA Online coaches clinic information:

    • Click here for information on the required NYSCA "Coaching Youth Sports" online clinic.  Click here for additional website links related to NYSCA and the National Alliance for Youth Sports.


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