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RecPlex Sports Programs

Thank you for your interest in RecPlex Sports Programs! We offer a variety of different programs here at the RecPlex including sports leagues, instructional programs and sports clinics. To view more detailed information about these individual programs, click on the tabs on the left. On each individual page, you will find program dates, prices, locations and more!

Our Philosophy 

Our programs play an important role in promoting social, mental and physical development. It is essential for players, parents, spectators and officials to embrace good sportsmanship and follow the RecPlex Code of Conduct to make this a positive experience. Sports are a vital avenue to enhancing one's quality of life! In this section you will find information that will guide you to the sports you enjoy!

How to Register for Sports

Youth Sports Programs

  • All of our youth sports leagues require volunteer coaches (Winter Hoops, Spring Hoops, Summer Baseball, Summer Soccer, Flag Football, Fall Soccer, and Fall Baseball).
  • We provide our coaches with equipment and practice plans. If you would like to coach your child’s team, please go to the individual league page and click on the volunteer to coach link!

Adult Sports Programs

  • The RecPlex offers Adult Co-Ed Volleyball (Fall/Winter Leagues) and Men's and Softball (Summer/Fall Leagues).
  • All leagues require team registration and a completed team roster. Team rosters can be found on the individual sports pages.
  • All league rosters are locked after the 3rd regular season game and players must check in with an ID for playoffs. Only team members on the finalized roster are able to play in the playoffs.

Weather Cancellations

  • Please call our Weather Hotline (262-947-3624) to also receive cancellation communication, but RainedOut is our top priority.

Lightning Policy

Lightning 30/30 rule: If it takes less than 30 seconds to hear thunder after seeing the flash, lightning is near enough to pose a threat; wait 30 minutes before resuming outdoor activities. All players and families involved in the program must seek shelter during the 30 minute delay. No one is allowed on the playing fields or in the dugout during the delay.