Volunteer Coach Information

Are you interested in coaching a youth sports team? If so, you are in the right place!

Every year our recreation program offers many different sports options for youth between pre-K and 6th grade. In order to provide our athletes with the best programming available, we count on parents and community members to lead and instruct all our groups.

Volunteer coaching a youth sports team is one of the most rewarding things you can do; being able to instruct young people in a sport you are passionate about is truly an amazing experience!

Qualification for youth sports coaching is fairly simple; we require each person to complete a volunteer application, background check and concussion training certification.Kersey K 1st and 2nd Grade Fall Soccer 

If you are interested in coaching, please fill out the attached Volunteer Coach Application; the form will automatically be sent to us and from there you will receive an email to fill our the Background Check and a link to complete the online Concussion Training Certification.

As a "thank you" for helping with our programming, Kersey Recreation offers one no-cost sports registration for each season coached. The registrations are available to coaches after the coached season is complete. Please contact Brandon Unruh bunruh@kerseygov.com to redeem your voucher.

Thank you for taking time to help us with our program; we value our volunteers tremendously!

Practice and Game Information

Tri-Valley "Little Ballers"

2x per week (Mon/Wed or Tues/Thurs)
K-2 Grade Basketball, U6 and U8 Soccer, K-2 Grade Flag Football, 6U T-Ball, and 8U Coach-Pitch BaseballGames 1x per week hosted in Kersey, Platteville, or La Salle

1 hour duration

School facilities are used for court sports, Centennial Park (Kersey) is used for field sports.

North Valley Athletic Assoc.2x per week (Mon/Wed or Tues/Thurs)

K-2, 3-4, and 5-6 Volleyball
3-4 and 5-6 Soccer
3, 4, 5, 6 Basketball
Games 1x per week hosted by the various chapters of the NVAA including Eaton, Kersey, La Salle, Evans, and others in the area.

1 hour durations

School facilities are used for court sports, Centennial Park (Kersey) is used for field sports.

Greeley-Evans Youth League2x per week (Mon/Wed or Tues/Thurs)Youth Baseball, Girls' SoftballAll games are hosted at the Greeley-Evans Youth Complex; game schedule is dependent on the number of teams

1 hour duration

Practices held at clay field off of 5th St. in Kersey

Little Kicks1x per week (Wednesday evenings) 4-5 y.o. Soccer ProgramNo games; season ends with scrimmage vs. other Little Kicks team(s)

45-60 minute duration

All practices held at Centennial Park (Kersey)