“As a mom whose kids have participated in various sports, I saw firsthand how youth sports have boosted their confidence, improved social skills, promoted healthy living and brought families together,” Le said. “I really wanted to offer a quality youth sports program that emphasizes player development—both physically and mentally—[and] has competitive fun.”
Le said the co-ed league will kick off in March with soccer for children ages 3-15 and flag football for children ages 5-15. Games will be played at Benfer Elementary, located at 18027-B Kuykendahl, Spring, and practices will be held at least once a week at a location determined by each individual team’s coach.
“One Sports Nation’s mission is to deliver a positive youth sports experience through better coaching, better player development, and keeping families excited about youth sports,” Le said.
Parents and guardians can register children for the new youth sports league online. The spring season will run March 28-May 16. 832-263-3350. www.onesportsnation.com/spring