BaseballNewburgh Junior Baseball (NJB) consists of:
- Tee Ball
- Pitching Machine
- Live Pitch League II
- Live Pitch League III
- Babe Ruth
NYB offers spring and fall leagues (except no fall T-ball) and baseball for children age 5-12. Sign-ups are held in February and signs are posted around town with the date. Click http://newburgh-baseball.com/ for more informationChandler Youth Baseball is held at the Chandler Community Center. If you have any information about Chandler Youth Baseball, please email the webmaster
- T-Ball 3-5 year olds
- Pitching Machine 6-8 year olds
- Live Pitch Baseball 9-12 year olds
Newburgh Youth Basketball, Inc. offers recreational and advanced leagues for students in grades 2-7. Tryouts are held to determine skill level. Sign-ups are in mid October. For more information contact Henry Jennings. Click http://www.newburghyouthbasketball.com for more information
Chandler Youth Basketball Association tryouts for children age 6 and up. Sign-ups are in September. For more information please contact Tom Lockyear. Click http://www.cyba.me for more information.
Boy Scouts :
Becoming a Cub Scout is as easy as sayin’ This is Gonna Be Fun! Cub Scouting is open to all boys in the First through Fifth grades. First grade boys and their adult partners become Tiger Cubs. The Tiger Cubs meet only once a month apart from the Pack and follow the motto “Search, Discover, Share”. Tiger Cubs don’t have to meet advancement requirements and the uniform requirements are minimal. All other boys are grouped together in Dens consisting of six to eight boys which meet weekly during the school year.
Scouts in the Second grade are “Wolves”, Third grade Scouts are “Bears” and Scouts in the Fourth and Fifth grades are “Webelos”.
Generally, Scouts work on their achievements at their Den Meetings, while parents assist them with electives. The monthly Pack Meetings are designed to act as a “glue” to bond the Dens together, communicate upcoming events, present features and speakers of interest to the Scouts and most importantly to recognize Scouts for their achievements and to allow all Dens to share their accomplishments with one another.
Pack 369 holds a Pack Function once a month, such as the Pinewood Derby, Cub Scout Cake Bake and the Blue & Gold Banquet. Most of these are intended to include the entire family. To become a member of Pack 369, simply fill out a membershipapplication. Then, START HAVIN’ FUN! For more information, click here for our website or email us at email@example.com
Cheerleading/TumblingCastle High School Cheer Clinic is a one-day clinic held during the WCSC fall break for students in Kindergarten through grade 6.
The Cheer Zone offers competitive cheer and tumbling classes. For more information visit their website by clicking here.
Acros offers gymnastics/tumbling, cheer, dance, karate, and KinderMUSIK classes for children of all ages, including infants. Signup's are ongoing. For more information, call 476-5999 or click here to see their website.
For more information, call 471-8200 or visit revgymnastics.com
CYFL- Castle Youth Football League
"Where Castle Knights Begin"
First and Second Grades begin their football involvement participating in the Instructional Flag League.
Grades Third and Fourth (age limit 9) are a part of the Junior Tackle Division. While Grades Fifth and Sixth (age limit 12) engage in the Senior Tackle Division. Signs ups are held the first three weekends in August every year with Saturday's times 9-noon and Sundays 1-3. The third weekend is reserved for try-outs and late sign-ups. Reminders will be in local newspapers, billboards and radio announcements.
Bill Bennett is the League President and has held this position for many years now. The coaches are generally not parents of the players eliminating any favoritism that may otherwise occur .Practice time is at the discretion of the coaches but usually averages between 3-4 times weekly. Games are played at the Amax field with the exception of the last game of tournament. This game "The Castle Bowl" is played at Castle High School.
In addition, Cheerleading is available for girls in Grades 1-6. Information concerning this activity is also available from the League President.
For more information please check out our website by clicking on this link.
Evansville Junior Golf Association (EJGA) offers golf lessons, skills clinics and tournaments in the summer and fall. For more information, visit http://www.ejgainfo.com
Ice Hockey Sign-ups: Sign up now to play Ice Hockey at Swonder Ice Arena
For additional information please check out the website by clicking here.
SoccerPepsi-Cola Youth Soccer League of Newburgh, Inc., offers soccer programs for children age 4-17. Sign ups are held in July. For more information click http://www.swisasoccer.com/nys/index.htm
SWISA (Southern Indiana Soccer Assn.) is a youth select soccer club located in Newburgh. Teams compete in age brackets from Under 9 to Under 18. More information is available on their website by clicking here.
Evansville Elite Soccer Club offers competitive soccer for children in age groups from Under 9 to Under 19. Children ages 2-10 may participate in year-round soccer through Evansville Elite's KinderKicks Soccer. For more information please visit their website by clicking here.
Newburgh Girls Softball offers league play for girls ages 4 - 18 and Adult Women's leagues. For more information, please visit their website by clicking here.
The Newburgh Sea Creatures (NSC) is a competitive age-group swim club with approximately 150 swimmers. The team provides swimming opportunities for children of all ages with a wide range of abilities. The structure of the team itself is broken into groups based on swimming ability.
The team operates under the rules and regulations of USA Swimming, Indiana Swimming, and the Southern Indiana Swim Conference. Practices and home meets are held at several pool facilities, with Castle High School being the primary location. The team operates on two seasons per year. The winter season runs from September to the middle of February. The summer season runs from the beginning of April to the end of July. NSC strives to help swimmers develop physically, socially, and emotionally. The team's goal is to develop swimmers as individuals and as team members through a positive swimming experience. NSC is a family-oriented club and thrives through the participation of coaches, swimmers, and parents. NSC coaches are employed by the team.
NSC is a not-for-profit organization, which has been in existence for more than 30 years. The major financial support for the club comes from dues, sponsorships, fund-raisers and from hosting swim meets. NSC dues vary by group.The club hosts a public swim clinic in the spring and fall, with invitations distributed through area elementary schools. swim clinic participants are taught the four basic swim strokes and are invited to try out for the team.
If you are interested in finding out more about the Newburgh Sea Creatures, please visit the NSC web site at www.swimnsc.com or call the NSC hotline at 812-473-0853, Monday through Friday, 9 am to noon.
The Newburgh Town Pool offers swimming lessons during the summer. Information and a pool schedule is sent home with students in the spring. The pool sponsors a summer swim team. Click here for the 2010 brochure.
The University of Evansville offers indoor swimming lessons. Schedules and information are usually sent home with students during the school year.
The Dunigan YMCA is located off of Oak Grove Road near Lowe's in Evansville, opened in January 2005. A variety of classes and programs are offered for adults and children. For more information, call 423-9622 or visit their website by clicking here.