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Get Into the Game 

YMCA sports are the perfect opportunity for adults to be active and social in a fun, supportive environment. It’s a great way to reconnect with your favorite sport, to improve your skills, and to challenge and test your limits. For many participants, these activities provide the foundation for an active lifestyle and rewarding relationships, while serving to energize and restore our sense of well-being.

 

 

Y Sports After Dark

Adult Basketball

Improve your speed, strength, and coordination with a pick-up basketball game for friendly competition in a supportive environment.

Fee | Free to Members; Non-members may participate in any drop-in sport with the purchase of a day pass.

Open Volleyball

Practice serving, setting, passing, hitting and blocking with a community of encouraging friends.

Fee | Free to Members; Non-members may participate in any drop-in sport with the purchase of a day pass.

Open Pickleball 

Pickleball is a paddle game played using a perforated, slow-moving ball over a tennis-type net on a badminton-sized court.

Fee | Free to members, Non-Members may participate in any drop-in sport with a purchase of a day pass.

 

Expectations

Adult Basketball

Adult Pick-Up Basketball Game Play
•    Must be at least 18 years old to play 
•    Be respectful and courteous of others while using the facility
•    Appropriate attire (shoes, shorts, sweats) and conduct is required at all times 
•    Dunking and/or hanging on the rims is strictly prohibited 
•    Do not climb or play on the basketball hoops
•    No food or beverages allowed on court (Water permitted in non-glass containers).
•    Games of 4 vs. 4 are played to 17 by 1’s and 2’s. Offense calls their own fouls 
•    Court 1 is “King” court. Court 2 winner plays Court 1 on court 1.  
•    General Basketball rules apply and may be discussed between teams if there are questions or concerns.
•    Games may be played with good sportsmanship and friendly competition. Players may be asked to sit out. 
•    YMCA is not responsible for lost or stolen articles
•    Return any equipment to proper place after use (this includes basketballs)
•    Profane, vulgar, indecent language or behavior is strictly prohibited
•    Mask mandate is enforced, and player will be asked to leave if not complying
•    Set up and tear down is members responsibility. Sport Court Closet key can be checked out at Welcome Center 
•    YMCA reserves the right to refuse service to anyone persons failing to comply with any of these regulations
If more than 26 players: 
•    Games are played to 13 by 1’s and 2’s. Offense calls their own fouls. 
•    Winners keep their court. (Ex. C1 winner keeps C1, C2 winner keeps C2) 

Volleyball

Pick-Up Volleyball Game Play
•    Appropriate attire and conduct are required at all times. 
•    No food or beverages are allowed on court (Water is permitted in non-glass containers).
•    Matches are played single sets. Each set will be played to 15 points.
•    Games may be played with good sportsmanship and friendly competition. Beyond this and players may be asked to sit out. 
•    General Volleyball rules apply and may be discussed between teams if there are questions or concerns.
•    No more than 6 players on the floor at any given time: 3 in the front row and 3 in the back row.
•    Points are made on every serve for the winning team 
•    Players may not hit the ball twice in succession (a block is not a hit).
•    Ball may be played off the net during a volley and on a serve.
•    A ball hitting a boundary line is in.
•    A ball is out if it hits the pole, floor outside the court, or the ceiling.
•    It is legal to contact the ball with any part of a player’s body.
•    It is illegal to catch, hold or throw the ball.
•    A player cannot block or attack a serve from on or inside the 10-foot line.
Sign-Up Sheet Procedures
•    Each individual must sign themselves up to play. 
•    Each box of 6 players must be filled before signing up in the following boxes (no skipping boxes to form specific teams).
•    Your name can only be written in one box at a time 
•    Winning team stays on the court, the next team in line will then play the winning team.