Mooresville Youth Athletics

Fall Registration Edition

One Team...One Goal!

May Football OTA's (Off-season Training Activities)

Saturday, May 6 from 5:00-7:00pm at Mooresville Middle School

Saturday, May 20 from 5:00-7:00pm at Mooresville High School


OTAs are FREE and optional but are a good way to get an idea about what tackle football with MYA is all about. There will be other dates in June and July as well.

Fall Cheer & Football Registration Dates:

May 1 - July 14 for BOTH football AND cheerleading.


Early registration discount for registering in the month of May. Registration fee is $55

Regular registration fee from June 1 - July 14 will be $70

How to Register:

Registration is done via the Town of Mooresville Parks and Recreation website. The same site you use to register for spring flag, baseball, wrestling, basketball, etc. See link below.

https://secure.rec1.com/NC/mooresville-recreation-parks-department/catalog/index/4121d734c9b465deb9a76c15ff8c7cdf?filter=c2VhcmNoPSZjYXRlZ29yeSU1QjM3NDElNUQ9MQ==


Or you can register in person at the Parks and Recreation office, across from the War Memorial pool.

Who Can Register?

Cheerleading is open to any child entering Kindergarten through 6th grade. Participants are divided based mainly on age; ages 5-8 will cheer for Rookie, ages 9-10 cheer for JV and ages 11-12 cheers for Varsity.


Flag football is open to any child, ages 5-8 and is a great way to be introduced to football fundamentals. Ideal for those who are brand-new to the sport.


Tackle football is open to any child, ages 5-12 based on their age as of August 1. Players are divided mainly by age; ages 5-8 can play in the Rookie division, ages 9-10 will play JV and ages 11-12 will play at the Varsity level.


Families whose children have previously played for MYA in the past but live outside of MGSD boundaries are grandfathered in and can still play for MYA. Brand new families who live outside of MGSD boundaries are encouraged to sign up with their proper organization. This link shows who you register with based on where you attend school. http://www.lyaasports.org/Default.aspx?tabid=909546

Questions?

Practice days and times are set by each individual coach. That information would come to you in mid-July after registration closes and teams are drafted. Flag and Rookie football will practice for 90 minutes 2 times a week once school begins while JV and Varsity football will practice for 2 hours, 3 times a week once school begins. Games are on Saturdays.


There will be a uniform fee that is separate from the registration fee. There is, however, an option to sell raffle tickets in place of paying the uniform fee. More information can be found on our website at www.mooresvilleyouthathletics.org under Our Programs.


If you have specific questions please email:

for football - mooresvilleyouthathletics@gmail.com

for cheer - cheermya@gmail.com

Handbooks & Uniform Policy

Please be sure to review the parent handbooks for fall football and cheer! They contain a lot of important information. In addition, check out the uniform policies that explain what equipment will be provided by MYA and what must be provided by each parent, in addition to uniform costs.
Football Parent Handbook

Be in the know with our Parent Handbook. It contains lots of important information. It is also available on our website. If you would like a printed copy please contact your coach or a board member.

Cheer Parent Handbook

Be in the know with our Parent Handbook. It contains lots of important information. It is also available on our website. If you would like a printed copy please contact your coach or a board member.

2017 MYA Board Members

President: Chris Harbinson

Treasurer/Director of Cheer: Susan Sweezy

Director of Football: Allen Stevens

Volunteer Director: Sarah Wojcio

Communications Director: Amanda Sarver

Sponsorships: Steve Young

Jeff Brotherton

Advisor: Ronnie Crisco

MYA

Mooresville Youth Athletics, was established in 2014. MYA is a Mooresville based youth organization created to promote the healthy development of youth through athletic participation and mentorship. The organization’s emphasis is on learning, playing, and enjoying sports, while instilling high moral standards and stressing the importance of academic achievement and community involvement.