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Baseball I (6-12 yrs)

(6-12 yrs) This class teaches basic skills and game rules. Scrimmages give you experience preparing for league teams. Participants need to bring their own glove.


Basketball I (6-8 yrs)

(6-8 yrs) Children learn basketball skills and techniques including passing, shooting, dribbling and other fundamentals. Class includes scrimmages to reinforce teamwork. Classes at Providence and Lake Accotink Park meet outdoors.


Basketball I (8-10 yrs)

(8-10 yrs) Children learn basketball skills and techniques including passing, shooting, dribbling and other fundamentals. Class includes scrimmages to reinforce teamwork. Classes at Providence and Lake Accotink Park meet outdoors.


Basketball II (8-12 yrs)

(8-12 yrs) Learn a variety of offensive and defensive strategies in this advanced class.


Basketball Training For Girls (8-12 yrs)

(8-12 yrs) Students learn basketball skills and techniques including passing, shooting, dribbling and other fundamentals. Class includes scrimmages to reinforce teamwork.


Beginning Athletes in Team Sports (6-12)

(6-12 yrs) Kids love this high-energy class that introduces them to a variety of sports and activities each week including soccer, basketball and flag football. Have lots of fun with teamwork as you learn new sports.


Cardio Tennis (Adults)

(Adults) Cardio tennis pushes your fitness to a new level with a high-energy workout. This group activity features drills to give players of all abilities an ultimate high-energy skill workout. Students need a tennis racquet and 2 cans of balls.


Doubles Tennis (Adults)

(Adults) Class focuses on both offensive and defensive doubles strategy and includes practical education to hone your skills. Students must bring a racquet and two cans of tennis balls to the first class.


Online Ultimate Basketball: Shooting (10-16)

(10-16 yrs) Work with legendary coach Tom Sienkiewicz to improve your shooting. Coach Sienk played at Villanova and has coached high school and college for over 30 years. Don’t miss these workouts by One on One Basketball. A welcome email will be sent with your login info for the virtual classroom.


Soccer I (6-8 yrs)

(6-8 yrs) Basic instruction geared for beginning players. Emphasis is on soccer skill development including kicking, dribbling and goal-keeping. Bring shin guards and a soccer ball.


Soccer I (8-12 yrs)

(8-12 yrs) Basic instruction geared for beginning players. Emphasis is on development of soccer skills including kicking, dribbling and goal-keeping. Bring shin guards and a soccer ball.


Soccer II (6-8 yrs)

(6-8 yrs) Prerequisite: Soccer I. Bring shin guards and a soccer ball.


Soccer II (8-12 yrs)

(8-12 yrs) Prerequisite: Soccer I. Bring shin guards and a soccer ball.


T-Ball (5-7 yrs)

(5-7 yrs) Get a head start on the spring T-ball season. Skill development includes base running, hitting off tee, throwing and catching. Bring a baseball glove.


Tennis Advanced (Adults)

(Adults) Students should be able to execute all basic strokes and have at least informal competitive playing experience. Stroke reliability and aggressive shots with pace and depth are expected. Students need a tennis racquet and 2 cans of balls.


Tennis Beginning I (10-17 yrs)

(10-17 yrs) An introduction to the basics: forehand and backhand drive, serve, footwork, rules, scoring and court etiquette. For classes at Greenbriar Park enter from Melville Lane. Emphasis is on correct form. Students need a tennis racquet and 2 cans of balls.


Tennis Beginning I (13-17 yrs)

(13-17 yrs) An introduction to the basics: forehand and backhand drive, serve, footwork, rules, scoring and court etiquette. Emphasis is on correct form. For classes at Greenbriar Park enter from Melville Lane. Students need a tennis racquet and 2 cans of balls.


Tennis Beginning I (5-8 yrs)

(5-8 yrs) An introduction to the basics: forehand and backhand drive, serve, footwork, rules, scoring and court etiquette. Emphasis is on correct form. For classes at Greenbriar Park enter from Melville Lane. Students need a tennis racquet and 2 cans of balls.


Tennis Beginning I (9-12 yrs)

(9-12 yrs) An introduction to the basics: forehand and backhand drive, serve, footwork, rules, scoring and court etiquette. Emphasis is on correct form. For classes at Greenbriar Park enter from Melville Lane. Students need a tennis racquet and 2 cans of balls.


Tennis Beginning I (Adults)

(Adults) An introduction to the basics: forehand and backhand drive, serve, footwork, rules, scoring and court etiquette. Emphasis is on correct form. For classes at Greenbriar Park enter from Melville Lane. Students need a tennis racquet and 2 cans of balls.


Tennis Beginning II (9-12 yrs)

(9-12 yrs) Students should be able to rally with the forehand and know the basic strokes. Stroke production, including ball trajectory over the net and basic game strategy, is refined. For classes at Greenbriar Park enter from Melville Lane. Students need a tennis racquet and 2 cans of balls.


Tennis Beginning II (Adults)

(Adults) An introduction to the basics: forehand and backhand drive, serve, footwork, rules, scoring and court etiquette. Emphasis is on correct form. For classes at Greenbriar Park enter from Melville Lane. Students need a tennis racquet and 2 cans of balls. ~


Tennis Intermediate I (9-12 yrs)

(9-12 yrs) Student should know basic strokes, scoring, rules and court etiquette. Emphasis is on stroke production, shot placement and consistency. Students need a tennis racquet and 2 cans of balls.


Tennis Intermediate I (Adults)

(Adults) Student should know basic strokes, scoring, rules and court etiquette. Emphasis is on stroke production, shot placement and consistency. Students need a tennis racquet and 2 cans of balls. ~


Tennis Intermediate II (9-12 yrs)

(9-12 yrs) Stroke consistency and control are key factors at this level. Emphasis is on shot variety and pace under pressure. Percentage is stressed and mastery of intermediate skills is required. Students need a tennis racquet and 2 cans of balls.


Tennis Intermediate II (Adults)

(Adults) Stroke consistency and control are key factors at this level. Emphasis is on shot variety and pace under pressure. Percentage is stressed and mastery of intermediate skills is required. Students need a tennis racquet and 2 cans of balls. ~


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