Everything Kids' Sports

I am not sure if there is any easier way to become plugged into the community than through signing up your kiddos to play a sport. From meeting other parents, teammates and coaches, this can be such an organic way to quickly feel at home in your new city. The great thing about Lincoln and Rocklin is that there is a plethora of options. Whether it's T-ball or competitive soccer, Lincoln and Rocklin have done an outstanding job of creating a community around a love of sports. Check out some of the recreational and competitive leagues offered throughout both cities below! 

Baseball
Lincoln Little League
lio@lincolnllbaseball.org
lincolnllbaseball.org

Rocklin Little League
916-632-7756
lio@rocklinlittleleague.com
rocklinllb.com

Basketball
Hardwood Palace
916-543-4433
grant@hardwoodpalace.com
hardwoodpalace.com

Golf
Whitney Ranch Golf Club
916-201-7094 
kimsilvagolf@yahoo.com
whitneyoaksgolf.com

Turkey Creek Golf Club
916-434-9100
cwilson@turkeycreekgc.com
turkeycreekgc.com

Football and Cheer
Lincoln Jr. Zebras
info@jrzebras.com
jrzebras.com

Rocklin Jr. Thunder
president@jrthunder.com
jrthunder.com

Lacrosse
Rocklin Youth Lacrosse Club 
rocklinlacrosse@gmail.com
rocklinlacrosse.org

Soccer
Lincoln Recreational Soccer League 
lincolnsoccer.com
www.Lincolnsoccer.org

Rocklin Recreational Soccer League
admin@rocklinfc.org
rocklinfc.org  

Lincoln FC (Select and Comp)
lincolnfc.org

Rocklin FC (Select and Comp) 
admin@rocklinfc.org
rocklinfc.org

CalBlues FC (Competitive) 
info@bluesfc.org
bluesfc.org

Placer United Soccer Club (Competitive) 
916-434-5890
info@placerunited.com
placerunited.com

Softball
Lincoln Recreational Softball 
lincolngirlssoftball.org

Rocklin Girls Fast Pitch Softball League
rocklinsoftball.org 

Swim
Lincoln Lightning 
916-434-2400
lincolnca.gov

Wolverine Aquatics (Competitive)
wolverineaquatics@yahoo.com
916-780-7946
teamunify.com

Volleyball
Lincoln YMCA Recreational Volleyball
402-434-9215
wkube@ymcalincoln.org
ymcalincoln.org

City Recreation Leagues
Lincoln Youth Sports
916-434-3224
Daniel.friese@lincolnca.gov
lincolnyouthsports.com


***** SIDE BAR ARTICLE (Please delete this is only for pub manager purposes) *****

No Dropping Weights
Wipe Down Equipment
No Bags on Gym Floor

These are some of the rules you will see posted on the wall of every major commercial gym. Every gym-goer is expected to follow the rules to ensure the gym runs as it should and can be enjoyed by everyone.

As trainers and coaches, we have been given our own set of rules; unfortunately, too few trainers know the rules. When our rules aren’t followed, we as coaches end up becoming significantly more likely to fail our clients, unable to deliver them to the goals they came to us to achieve.

Our goal as trainers and coaches is to get our clients (at LEAD, we call them athletes) results. They have big goals and they trust us to get them there. The first thing we do is make sure we understand who our athletes are: human beings with complex lives, aspirations to do more, and who will react differently than others to whatever we throw at them. There’s a rule for that. It's called Individuality.

In total, there are six principles of training. As a coach to professional athletes, financial investors and elementary school teachers alike, I’ve seen nearly every type of “athlete” and the rules apply equally to everyone. As a gym owner, I believe the way to get people to their physical best is to reinforce the rules.

Want to know more about how we do things? Come by LEAD Performance.