cyaa

Welcome to Cloverleaf Youth
Athletics Association
 
Cloverleaf Youth Athletic Association
300 James Farm Rd
Statesville, NC 28687
 

CLOVERLEAF ELEMENTARY YOUTH ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION (CYAA)

The Cloverleaf Youth Athletic Association (CYAA) is a non‐profit group of parents, teachers and school administrator volunteers that serves the Cloverleaf Elementary community in the development, funding and management of the school’s organized sports programs. Athletic programs available through the CYAA include:

 

•Baseball (Boys age 7‐12), Softball (Girls age 7‐12) and T‐Ball (Kindergarten through 1st).

•Cheerleading (Grades 3rd through 6th).

•Soccer (Grades Kindergarten through 6th).

•Football (Grades 3rd through 6th) and Flag Football (Grades Kindergarten through 2nd).

•Volleyball (Girls age 7‐12).

•Basketball (Grades Kindergarten through 6th).

•Track (Grades 3rd through 6th).

 

Our mission is to provide the highest quality youth sports programs that serve players of all abilities regardless of financial hardship in an atmosphere that is positive, instructional and fun.


GET INVOLVED!

The CYAA’s continued success is dependent on our parent’s active volunteer participation.  Whatever talents or skills you have, we can use them! CYAA is always looking for responsible and enthusiastic individuals to serve on our board, coach, assistant coach, coordinate our organized sports programs and/or volunteer for CYAA sponsored events and activities.  If you are interested in serving on the board, coaching, coordinating or volunteering, please contact us:

Board Members                                                              

President

Joe Burriss

On Active Military Leave

VP/President Elect 

Gary Latham

704.883.2783

gmlnlat@aol.com

 Secretary

Beth Schieck

794.880.5049

Schieckca@hotmail.com                                                                     

Treasurer

Chris Montross

704.608.4175

Montrosschrs@aol.com

 

Members At Large 

Lisa Montross  

336.688.2625                                                                     

lmmontross@aol.com

Kevin Cook                                                                        

704.902.8264                                                       

Kevin.cook2@manheim.com

 

David Cloer

704.902.2815

dcloercyaa@gmail.com

 

Sports Directors

 

Football/ Flag Football

Bill Teears

904.233.0997

wteears@yahoo.com

 

Cheerleading

Open

 

Volleyball

Danielle Sprinkle

704.929.0674

djsprinkle1@gmail.com

 

Soccer

Chris Campbell

704.880.1445

shilohlandscaping@hotmail.com

 

Basketball

Gary Latham

704.883.2783

gmlnlat@aol.com

 

Baseball

Mike Dickens

704.397.6695

Mkedckens2401@gmail.com

 

Machine Pitch/T-Ball

Gary Latham

704.883.2783

gmlnlat@aol.com

 

Softball

Open

 

Track

Joe Burriss

704.929.1819

jfburriss@ymail.com

It’s Not Always Easy,

But It Is Always Worth It

Coming up with the money and shuttling kids to practice and events is not always easy, but extensive research indicates that children that are routinely involved in organized sports tend to be better students, are more community and civic minded, get in far less trouble, and are more successful in their adult lives. In addition, organized sport activities are proven to help develop:

 

Leadership Skills

Sports provide a valuable training ground to cultivate strong leaders by teaching young athletes how to perform up to their potential, how to set individual and team goals, and how to achieve those goals through practice, preparation and determined effort.

 

Sportsmanship & Resiliency

Team sports develop a competitive spirit while exposing players to lessons in how to win graciously as well as how to handle adversity and pick themselves up after losing. These simple concepts build a strong foundation for dealing with successes and disappointments throughout their lives.

 

Community & Loyalty

Athletic programs foster a sense of community, team and school spirit for students and parents alike. They give both the participants and the spectators a sense of identity and the collective experience of belonging to something larger than themselves.

 

Independence & Confidence

When children play sports they are faced with physical and emotional challenges that provide them an opportunity to discover solutions on their own. As they develop an understanding of what their bodies can do and see a difference in their performance based on their preparation and training, they develop a sense of accomplishment and independence, which helps develop a positive self‐image.

 

Appreciation Of Health And Fitness

Through athletic endeavors, children improve agility, coordination, balance, flexibility, endurance and strength. The positive results include: building healthy bones and muscles, weight control, reduced anxiety and stress, and improved cardiovascular fitness. More importantly, it establishes a healthy pattern of lifetime physical activity.

 

Teamwork And Social Skills

Organized sports are very beneficial for the development of social skills in a child. On a team, young athletes benefit from working together to reach a common goal.  Players learn to put the team before their individual interests, which develops the qualities of selflessness, cooperation, camaraderie, and responsibility to others.

Last Modified on February 17, 2017
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