ACTIVE PROGRAMS & EVENTS
Register and/or Pay now for any of the programs listed below.
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Non-Refundable Late and Admin Fees for all Sports Registrations = $35 each
Participation in 78PYC programs are subject to our rules and policies including our
cancellation and refund policies which can be viewed on the FAQ page of our website.
|Age Cutoffs||Baseball||Flag Football||Basketball|
|No older than division/clinic/camp’s oldest age on||Recreation League, Clinics, & Travel||Camp Bulldog||September 15||Recreation League, Fall, Winter, Spring & Holiday Clinics||Summer Clinics|
|April 30||July 1||December 31||August 31|
|PROGRAM||FEE(S)||ON TIME REGISTRATION/
Flag football for ages 9-16 years old. Players must be no older than the highest age of their division on September 15, 2017.
NFC: 9-10 years old
The season will begin September 16 and run through the weekend before Thanksgiving in November. No games will be played Friday, September 29 – Saturday, September 30. Moreover, we will schedule games during Columbus Day Weekend (October 6 – October 8) and Veterans Day Weekend (November 10 – November 12).
As in years past, in an effort to balance the teams, we evaluate players before the start of the season and build teams through a draft – where and when will be announced by email and posted on our site. It is a condition of registering that ALL PLAYERS, including those who have played with us before, be evaluated; those not evaluated will not be placed on a team and will not be entitled to a refund.
Flag football for ages 7-8 years old. Players must be no older than the highest age of their division on September 15, 2017.
Eight 50-minute sessions on Saturdays starting at either 9 a.m. or 10 a.m. beginning September 9 through November 4 (no sessions Saturday, October 7).
All sessions will be held at Van Voorhees Field (Columbia Street and Atlantic Avenue).
Our program teaches the fundamentals of football (passing, receiving, flag-pulling, running patterns) with fun drills and games. Our focus is to develop basic skills in a safe environment. The season culminates in modified game play.
78PYC Summer Basketball Weekly Clinics
The 78th Precinct Youth Council’s Basketball Academy is hosting its annual series of summer basketball clinics. These co-ed week-long clinics are open to 9-12 year old players (age on 8/31/17) and will be directed by professional coaches, professional athletes who have competed across the globe, and collegiate athletes. We will also host weekly clinics for player’s 13-15 year old players in July and August.
There will be six weekly clinics that will run Monday through Friday. Each day involves different learning experiences, beginning 9:00am and ending at 3:00pm. Parents requiring ‘early drop-off’ at 8:00am and/or ‘late pick-up’ at 4:00pm for their children may do so for an additional fee.
|Camp Bulldog & Camp Bulldog Elite Weekly Summer Baseball Camps
Camp Bulldog is our fun summer baseball camp held in Prospect Park from mid-June through mid-August run by Bulldogs coaches, former Division 1 college baseball players and current high school and college players.
The camp curriculum is designed to teach baseball skills through fun games designed to keep campers fully engaged while reinforcing the skills needed to become a better baseball player. Every aspect of the camp – from the evaluation process to teaching specific skills to game play – is done through the use of fun games. The days will be full and exciting.
Baseball themes covered during the camp include:
CAMP BULLDOG ELITE
(Co-ed, Ages 11 – 17, that age on July 1, 2017)Camp Bulldog Elite is a weeklong clinic dedicated to teaching the art and science of hitting. Our classroom approach allows athletes to get a better understanding of the mechanics of hitting by studying the swing mechanics of the top hitters of all time as well as college and high school ballplayers. Hitters will then take to the field where they will apply their newfound knowledge to their own swings with the help of modern technology used to track bat speed, path, timing, impact and more. Hitters will also have their swings analyzed by our coaches and tracked closely on a day-to-day basis. If you want to improve your swing and gain an advanced understanding of hitting, then spend a week with us at the Camp Bulldog Elite.Hitting a baseball is one of the hardest tasks for an athlete of any level to perform on a consistent basis. This is why we created a hitting clinic that takes the bat from the diamond and into classroom.As a special bonus we are have an arm maintenance component. A baseball player needs to have a strong, well-conditioned and healthy arm in order to play baseball at a high level for an entire season. Your arm is a lifeline, no matter what position you play. Our arm maintenance program helps prepare our athletes to build and maintain their throwing strength throughout a long season. Our program consists of a long toss throwing program as well as arm exercises and conditioning routines meant to strengthen the arm as well as condition it so it is ready to withstand the wear and tear that comes with throwing a baseball on a daily basis. This program is essential to the success of every baseball is player and should be taken advantage of if you are looking to take your game to the next level.Our Elite camp staff includes current professional Bulldogs coaches as well as current and former college players.So, if you want your player to take his game to the next level, here’s your chance.
Early Drop Off: The early drop off time is 7:30 a.m. and costs $10 per day.
Please see our FAQ for common questions and answers regarding registration and our organization.