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AYL Families
We truly understand that this is a difficult time for everyone. We also know that everyone would like specific dates and answers, regarding the start of the AYL spring sports seasons. We are in a very unpredictable time, and we do not know when the social distancing mandates will be removed so at this time we do not know what decisions will be made in the coming weeks. What we can tell you is this; we believe strongly that getting back to sports will be incredibly important for everyone involved, coaches, players, officials and fans, and for that reason alone, we will maintain the plan for a later start to the spring season
In light of the social distancing guideline extension set forth from 4/1- 4/30, our current plan will target the start of the season in early May.  It is not our intention to give false hope to families, however, we are trying to get through this with the best possible outcome for you and your children. We continue to remain hopeful that we can open the fields and get the kids out to play as soon as the state allows us to do so! Returning to some form of normalcy will be crucial in the healing process for both children and parents. 

As most families are aware, The AYL has been following all state and local guidelines including CHSAA, which has delayed their season.    

We will continue to follow the state guidelines and recommendations, however, unlike CHSAA, we can extend our season into the summer months (this is only a possibility).  If a time comes that CHSAA cancels their spring season, we will no longer follow their lead as we can play further into the season than they can.


Board members are meeting virtually on a weekly basis, discussing options for all of the AYL sports.  We are committed to getting the kids back to what they love most and helping you and your families regain the normalcy of enjoying youth sports.

We hope that you and your family are staying healthy!  We appreciate your patience and trust in us during these challenging times.
Craig Randall 
AYL President 

by posted 04/02/2020
AYL COVID-19 Update

AYL Families 

For more than 50 years the AYL has brought communities together through youths sports. We know it has been a trying time and our hearts go out to everyone affected by the Corona Virus Covid-19 Pandemic.  

As the Covid-19 issue remains ever changing the health and well-being of our families has remained our top priority. Because of that, we are postponing all AYL Youth Sports activities until further notice. This does not mean we are cancelling any of our spring sports season including: Volleyball, Baseball, Softball, Boys and Girls Lacrosse. 



When will you start the season? 

We are currently following all state and local guidelines including CHSAA, which has delayed their seasons until April 18th, 2020. We cannot predict what is going to happen in the coming weeks and we think it is irresponsible to attempt to predict what will happen. We can assure you this- we will have a season….we just don’t know when we will be given the all clear. 

Why not just cancel?

There are several reasons not to cancel:

  • We believe that when this situation ends our kids (and parents) will need to return to some form of normalcy to help in the healing process. 
  • Keeping the season will help our local small businesses, sports clubs and officials. End of year parties (at local establishments), part-time officials, and youth sports organizations (who often operate on a thread) are a critical part of a strong community. Now is the time to stand together and make sure we stay strong. 
  • Cancelling puts our non-profits clubs at risk of not being able offer all of the services we  all have had in the past. 

Can I get a refund?

At this time NO clubs will be offering refunds. There are a couple reasons for this:

  • We have already spent of portion of your dues on non-recoverable expenses including: insurance, field permits, training, sports equipment, scheduling etc.) . 
  • WE WILL HAVE A SEASON….it just may start a little late. 

What will the season look like?

Every idea is on the table. We have creative, smart people working to ensure we have a solution. We cannot know what is going to happen over the next few weeks and thus cannot predict the solution we will use. It will be different for each sport. 

i.e. Condensed season- more double headers- tournament play every weekend- using practice times for games….there are a lot more ideas and will let you know as soon a we can. . 

I know this is a time where kids and families are anxious or even scared. We get it we too have families. We want nothing more than to get our kids and families back together at the parks, gyms or baseball diamonds for some fun, exercise and great competition with friends. 

On behalf of the entire AYL I want to thank for putting your trust in us and we appreciate the support for your local community based club. We are committed to working through these challenging circumstances together.  


by Craig Randall posted 03/12/2020

The Arapahoe Youth League is the Premier Competitive Youth Sports League in the Denver Metro area. We offer competitive league play for all levels of talent from ages 6 years of age until High School.
Click the appropriate sport of interest in the links above for more specific information on that particular sport. We currently offer football, baseball, basketball, softball, lacrosse, and volleyball leagues.

If you have questions concerning what teams are in your area, what club to register with, etc, please contact the individual Club that manages that AYL territory in our league. Our territories were recently aligned around high school boundaries, though the AYL is not affiliated with any high school, we try to align with the public school boundaries as much as possible. If you reside or your child attends school  in a Club's boundary (including private schools that reside in that Club's territory) then you should contact that Club directly for registration and roster questions. The AYL is run where each Club is managed as a separate entity & each Club manages a distinct territory in our league.  There are some areas that are shared by multiple Clubs, so please contact the Clubs directly for more details.

The AYL Clubs are as follows:

Parker Youth Sports (Hawks) - This Club manages the territory that is basically in Parker & Elizabeth. If your family lives in areas that would attend the following High Schools (Chaparral, Elizabeth, Ponderosa, Legend, & Lutheran), then you would contact the Hawks. This is our Parker Territory.

Thunder Youth Sports -  This Club manages the metro areas of Littleton, Englewood, & Sheridan. If your family live in the areas that attend the following High Schools (Arapahoe, Heritage, Littleton, Englewood, Sheridan, DPS Lincoln, and DPS Kennedy [shared]), then you'd contact this Club. This is our South West Territory.

Eagles  &  Creek Youth Sports - The territory managed by these two Clubs is considered our South Central Territory. If your family reside in areas that attend the following high Schools (Cherry Creek, Denver South, Denver East, Thomas Jefferson, Northfield). These clubs also share two schools - Overland & George Washington.

The Raptors - This Club manages our Castle Rock area.  If your families reside in the areas that attend the following Douglas County Schools (Douglas County & Castleview), then you would contact the Raptors.

Warriors Youth Sports - This is our Highlands Ranch, Roxbourough, Sterling Ranch, & Lone Tree area Club. If your family reside in the area that would attend the following Douglas County Schools (Highlands Ranch, Mountain Vista, Thunder Ridge, and Rock Canyon & Valor), then you would contact the Warriors.

South Jeffco Sports Association - This Club manages our South Jefferson County area.  If your families reside in the areas that attend the following Jefferson County Schools (Columbine, Chatfield, & Dakota Ridge) or DPS school Kennedy [shared]then you should contact South Jeffco

Spartans Youth Sports -  This is our South Aurora territory. It focuses on mainly the Cherry Creek schools in Aurora (Eaglecrest, Smokey Hill, Cherokee Trail, and Grandview territories & Regis Jesuit). The Spartans also share Overland High School with the South Central

OPEN Territory - This is our territory that manages the Aurora area (Aurora Public Schools) as well as areas North of I-70.  If your families reside in the areas that attend the following schools( Rangeview, Gateway, Vista PEAK Prepatory, Aurora Central, & Hinkley) then you should contact the AYL directly as we are in th eprocess of establishing a new Member Club for this territory.


posted 06/03/2015
AYL goes mandatory concussion for training for all coaches!

It is now mandatory that all coaches that coach in the AYL must take the NFHS Concussion Class.  For more info click on Senate Bill 40 click the menu button to the left or to take the certification class now click here.

posted 04/18/2011
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