TRACK & FIELD


  • SPRING 2023 | Grades K – 4

    ORYA Track & Field is back for the spring season! This is a laidback program and a great one for those already doing other things. Participants will be introduced to a range of age-appropriate distance events and techniques related to each. All will be challenged to continually set new personal achievements rather than always base success on comparisons to others.

    We will be introducing the fundamentals of running events and field events in a fun environment. Emphasis will be given to proper running form and concepts of conditioning. We will also encourage participants to display good sportsmanship. Skill specific drills will be utilized to work on techniques.

    *Due to high demand, we are interested in separating age groups for 2023. We can only do this if more coaches/coordinators come forward! We are currently limiting the program to 60 players and have had a waiting list the last 2 years. If more coaches come forward, we may have the opportunity to offer two age groups which would increase the number of participants we can allow.

    Please either Email Me or say yes to the “can you offer coaching support” question during registration. Coaches are not responsible for creating practice plans!

    REG DEADLINE | March. 1

    +$30 LATE REGISTRATION | March 2 onwards

    SUNDAYS | April 23, 30, May 7, 14, 21 June 4, 11
    *No session May 28; Rain date make-up June 18

    TIME | *9:00-10:00am

    AGE GROUPS | Grades K-4 – limited to 60 participants

    LOCATION | ORHS Track

    *If we get enough volunteer coaches we may separate age groups and move K-2 age groups to 8:00-9:00am. 

    REGISTER HERE!

Why do Durham, Lee & Madbury residents pay different rates?
When ORYA receives funding from the communities we serve, it directly subsidizes the participation of our ‘non-competitive’, recreational programs for members of that specific community. The differences between each residency-rate is a direct reflection of the expected or actual funding from each community in the budgeted year. If one community has a lower player fee, it means that community has chosen to reduce your participation fee in youth, recreational athletic programs. Travel-based programs are not subsidized by town funding.

ABOUT US

The Oyster River Youth Association provides inclusive, fair, diverse and developmentally appropriate recreational programs to the youth of Durham, Lee and Madbury, NH. ORYA meets the changing needs of the children and families in our community for sports and recreational activities by acquiring and maintaining facilities, promoting volunteerism and seeking collaborative and strategic partnerships.

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