Youth Sports



This league emphasizes participation, fun, and fair play, while focusing on skills and

learning team play. Scores will not be kept.                                                                    

4 to 8 year olds play on Saturdays.

8 to 12 year olds play on Sundays.

Soccer Important Dates:

September 21- Registration deadline

October 1- Play begins








Ages 3 to 4 years. Your toddler will experience a fun and playful atmosphere as they explore and experiment with the world of movement. An excellent chance for positive interaction with children of the same age. All gymnastics equipment is utilized.

45 minute classes on Saturdays.

$50 YMCA Member rate

$80 Potential member



Ages 5 years & up .Children learn the basic skills of tumbling, vault, bars, and beam in a fun and enjoyable way. 8-week session with class meeting once a week. 8- week session. 1-hour classes are offered after school and on Saturdays

$70 YMCA Single Membership Rate

$90 Potential Membership Rate


This class is designed for students who have learned the beginner skills and need to master them before moving to pre-team. Session day and times vary call the Lakewood YMCA for more informationCall for prices and times.


Team members have mastered skills and are ready to compete. Gymnastic

director’s approval required. 4-week session with classes four times a week.

Must be a YMCA member. Contact the Lakewood YMCA for more information.



The Lakewood YMCA boasts a 10,000 sq. ft. facility including uneven bars, balance beams, spring floor, in-ground trampoline, 40-foot tumble track, and an over 600 sq. ft loose foam training pit. Gymnastics builds and reinforces children’s skills in the area of physical

coordination, agility, strength, balance, gross motor skills, and fine-motor skills; yet the most important part in our program is FUN! Our classes teach basic skill progressions that very according to the age of the child. We offer a maximum 6:1 student to coach ratio.



"The Sport of a Lifetime"


LAKEWOOD YMCA INDOOR TENNIS: The Lakewood Family YMCA offers everyone the opportunity to enjoy indoor tennis at its finest! We strive to provide youth and adults of all ages and abilities the skills necessary for learning and playing tennis. The sport of a lifetime! For more information on any tennis programs, contact: Tyler Beaton, Tennis Director, Lakewood ext. 26 or [email protected]



Program-30 Minutes

$35 YMCA Family Membership Rate

$40 YMCA Single Membership Rate

$55 Potential Membership Rate



$67 YMCA Family Membership Rate 1 Hour

$72 Member Rate

$104 Potential Membership Rate


Intermediate-Advanced: 1 1/2

$99 YMCA Family Membership Rate

$104 YMCA Member Rate

$136 Potential Member


Elites: 2 Hours

$131 YMCA Family Membership Rate

$136 YMCA Member Rate

$168 Potential Member

Classes are once a week and offered after school and on Saturdays.









Registration is now open for the YMCA Youth Basketball League for boys and girls in grades 1-8.  The league focuses on fun, teamwork, and individual player growth.  The program emphasizes the child first and the sport second through fair play, sportsmanship and equal participation.  The Y welcomes all levels of players from beginner to more advanced.  Players from outside schools must attend the same school.  All Jamestown players must attend a skills evaluation held on Saturday, November 23rd.

Divisions will be divided as follows: 1st & 2nd Grade Co-ed, 3rd- 5th Grade Girls, 6th- 8th Grade Girls, 3rd & 4th Grade Boys, 5th & 6th Grade Boys, 7th & 8th Grade Boys. Players will also have the opportunity to attend a Cleveland Cavs game.  Registration forms, outside school rosters and game rules can be accessed at Call the Jamestown Y for more information or email [email protected].

Cost: YMCA Members $62, Potential Members $77


Basketball was invented by Canadian YMCA Physical Director, James Naismith in December 1891. He was given just two weeks to come up with an indoor game that would amuse students more than standard calisthenics. Hanging peach baskets to gymnasium balconies, Naismith tacked 13 rules to the wall and unveiled his game to the students. The game was an instant hit. The peach basket was quickly replaced by a wire basket with a hole in the bottom, through which a broom handle could be inserted to pop the ball out, after a bucket had been scored.