spring youth sports

Spring Youth Sports in Northern Nevada (Updated 2023)

Looking for youth sports options for your kids this spring?  We share what sports are available this Spring for your kids!  Registration starts early! Sign up today for most of the sports below.

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2023 Spring Youth Sports

Baseball and Softball

Little League and Cal Ripkin

Check out this article to find your league and learn to learn more!


Parks and Rec Sparks – Blastball is for ages 4-7 and is a new concept of teaching baseball. Sign up here.


Youth Flag Football

This program is for kids in kindergarten – middle school and kids are separated by age. Sign up and learn more here.


The First Tee program

The First Tee is an excellent way for kids to learn to golf and be involved! Registration is now open and the session runs Register beginning in February.  The season is usually from late March – end of May. Sessions are offered at 6 different locations throughout Northern Nevada!


High Sierra Lacrosse

High Sierra Lacross is offered all throughout Northern Nevada and registration is now open! Practices start first week of March.  Registration is now open for Pre-k through 8th grade for all skill levels! Learn more and register here.


Open enrollment all year.  Year-round wrestling program. Open to kids 6-18 years old and all skill levels. More information here.


spring youth sports


AYSO has opened its spring soccer registration for kids.  Learn more and register here.

Great Basin Youth Soccer League

Players are played by zipcodes unless you specify a team. Learn more and register here.

Just for Kicks – Soccer Camp

Parks and Rec Sparks – Perfect for younger kids who are interested in soccer and learning more fundamentals.  For ages 3-6.  Sign up here.

Peewee Sports

For kids ages 3 to 5 to the world of sports. Programs run throughout the year, with each program being 8 weeks long. T-Ball in the spring and fall, Soccer in the spring, Flag Football in the fall, and Basketball in the summer and winter. More information here.

Reno Ice

From Hockey, Figure Skating, and Learn to skate programs there is something for everyone to enjoy.  Registration is open for many of these now.


Volleyball is year round for most programs.  You can find local volleyball programs here.

Looking for other activities?

Here are a few other local activities that you may be interested in, in addition to youth sports!

Other Youth Sports

Do you know of other Spring youth sports being offered this year?  Leave us a comment so we can add it to this resource!


Kacey Queen is a co-founder of Nevada Moms

Kacey received her bachelor's in Psychology while cheering for the University of Oregon. They moved to Reno in 2014 and have loved it ever since. She is a dedicated homeschooling mother to her three children.

She serves on the hospital board for Northern Nevada Health Systems and is passionate about her community.

Kacey loves exploring with her family and finding family-friendly events and activities! A few of her favorite things include family adventures, traveling, working out, coffee, and dessert!