PG CountyBoys & Girls ages 8 to 10 years old.
AAYBLBoys & girls ages 10 to 14 years old.
RegistrationSquirts: $100PG County & AAYBL: $175Commissioner: email@example.com
What league do the SHARKS compete in?Leagues we participate in include Anne Arundel Youth Sports Association (AAYSA) and PG County
What are the dates for the season?PG County starts in JanuaryAAYSA begins in DecemberWhat clubs do we play against?We typically play against any Club that is a member of the AAYSA or the Prince George’s County Boys and Girls Club.
Where do we play our games?Our home gym is the Bowie City Gym. We play about half of our games at home and half away. Most games are played over the weekend. All Squirts game are played on Saturday at the Bowie City Gym.
How many games are there?Most PG county Teams play a minimum of 10 games. Most AAYSA teams play a minimum of 8 games. If a team makes the playoffs, there can be as many as 13 games. Squirts usually play a minimum of 7-9 games with a Tournament at the end of the regular season.
How often is practice and where do they take place?Squirts teams usually practice 1-2 days a week for one hour. PG County & AAYSA teams usually practice for 2 days a week for one hour. Practices are at schools throughout the Bowie area and at the Bowie City Gym. CoachesPG County Background Check & APT Course $25: https://pgcbgc.sportngin.com/register/form/154309705All Coaches and Assistant Coaches MUST have passed a Background Check and APT course (valid for a 2-year period) and a Sports Specific Coaching Certification and Training Test (including the ASEP or USA Football Test) before they are allowed to coach. Once completed, you can apply for your sanctioned PGCBGC Coaches ID Badge that must be worn at all times while on the field.
Anne Arundle County Background Check $7: https://www.ebiinc.com/aacountyA criminal history records check serves as a means to review an individual’s background in respect to their participation with youth activities. While no screening process can grant absolute assurances, knowing an individual’s criminal background can provide greater certainty that an individual with a history of inappropriate behavior will not have access to our youth. A parent’s watchful eye is still our greatest resource to keep our children safe.