Tag Archives: youth

GoDog Sports Launches Live Streaming Service for Youth Sports Leagues

GoDog Sports, a live streaming service provider for youth sports leagues, schools, tournaments and private sports complexes, announced the availability of GoDog GameStream in the U.S.

            “GoDog GameStream allows family members to enjoy games as if they were in the stands and enhances team safety by enabling social distancing and …

DMV Soccer Organizations Unite in Response to the COVID-19

In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, area soccer clubs and organizations have joined to form DMV UNITED. The group consists of clubs large and small that provide soccer programming, coaching, recreational leagues and travel programs for the area’s youth. Just as professional leagues have currently suspended play, the pandemic is …

TrackTown Youth League Update

PORTLAND, Ore. — TrackTown Youth League announced that it is canceling the 2020 regular season based on the recent guidelines set forth by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) limiting the size of public gatherings for eight weeks.

            Many of the scheduled events would have taken place during …

The Ridiculous Business of Football Scholarships for Kids

I heard the other day that a 9-year-old was offered a college football scholarship. My first thought was ‘this kid must be really good.’ My second thought was about the pressure he will face as he tries to take his young body through strenuous workouts and conditioning until he is a senior in high school – the time when young people actually become eligible for college scholarships.

Take It Viral! A Social Media Road Map For Sports Events

By Taylor Peyton Strunk

Although communication through social media is still, in the grand scheme of things, a relatively new phenomenon, it’s hard to imagine how we ever operated any other way—and sports event planning is no exception.

The sheer number of social media outlets can be a little overwhelming. …

What’s The Parent’s Role At A Sports Event? To Be A Parent!

By Paul Peavy, MS, LMHC

I have great news. I have discovered what a parent’s job is at an athletic event. It is…wait for it…TO BE A PARENT!

Yep. Your child already has a coach—or three or four. Your child already has pressure to perform …