Athletics

The Athletics Division offers athletic programming for ages 5 to 14 years of age. We also offer seasonal adult basketball and adult softball athletic programs. 

DCCPRD 2020 Leisure Guide (PDF)

Registration

Registration is easy - either stop by our office or click below on online registration to register online!

Online Registration

Volunteer Coaches

Douglas Coffee County Parks and Recreation relies on volunteer coaches to help with all our sports activities. All volunteer coaches must have their criminal history checked once a year. There is no cost to the coach. A staff person must be the witness and we must have a copy of their drivers license.

Volunteer Coach Application (PDF)

Criminal Background Checklist (PDF)

Criminal Background Form (PDF)

Sports Schedules

Sports Schedules - (schedules will be posted as they are completed.) If you have not been contacted by a coach, please call 912-384-5978 for coach information.

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5 & 6 T-Ball Schedule (PDF)

7-8 Pee Wee Baseball Schedule (PDF) 

9-10 Mite Baseball Schedule (PDF)

11-12 Midget Baseball Schedule (PDF)

13-14 Junior Baseball Schedule (PDF)


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7-8 Pee Wee Softball Schedule (PDF)

9-10 Mite Softball Schedule (PDF)

11-14 Midget-Junior Softball Schedule (PDF)


Sign up for Rain out Notifications

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Stay up to date on games that are rained out.

In the search box enter Douglas-Coffee County, search, and select Douglas-Coffee Parks & Recreation Department

Opt in to alerts by either entering mobile telephone number or email address.

You will receive a validation code through email, enter code and you’re all set to receive messages.

Heads up Concussion Information

Online Training for Coaches

Douglas Coffee County Parks and Recreation Department strives to have safe activities for our sports participants. In youth sports and physical activities, preventing a concussion and the recognition of a concussion may be the difference in life and death of a sports player. To educate and raise awareness of concussion, DCCPRD is requiring all youth coaches to participate in the CDC’s Heads Up Concussion Training for Coaches.

Heads Up Concussion Training

For full information about the Heads Up Concussion in Youth Sports program, please visit the CDC’s website.

Parent and Athlete Information Sheet: English (PDF)  Spanish (PDF)

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