Joshua Community Guide 2020 - Page 32

H Youth can excel in sports organizations itting a home run or scoring a touchdown are accomplish- ments children of all ages can do before they enter middle and high school. Joshua offers two sports associ- ations for children of all ages so they can stay active in their community. Pee wee football For 34 years, the Joshua Pee Wee Football Association has offered pro- grams for children in grades prekin- dergarten through sixth with the goal to encourage and develop the funda- mental skills and physical growth of young athletes by offering organized tackle football, flag football and cheer- leading programs with the sole pur- pose of instruction and fun. President Camron Carroll said the importance this program has to chil- dren helps to develop sound and pro- ficient athletes to prepare them for their advancement into the Joshua ISD athletic program. “I am very happy to be apart of an organization that builds competitive spirit along with keeping our youth strong and physically fit,” Carroll said. “As president of this association, I am proud to say we are all for the chil- dren, and it is a honor to be apart of something like this.” For information, visit hometeamsonline.com/ teams/?u=JPWFA&s=football. Baseball and softball The Joshua Baseball and Softball Association has provided the commu- 32 Joshua Community Guide