Track & Field

Track & Field

Trying to win is natural but it is not the primary focus at the YMCA. When you choose to participate in YMCA youth sports know that every player gets to play in every game and the games are exciting and fun. We encourage fair play, positive competition, plus family and community involvement with youth.

Our Track & Field program is a great way to work on individual growth and skill-building. Instructional Track & Field is fantastic for introducing youth to the sport as it emphasizes pushing oneself in building agility, speed, overall body coordination, and learning the sport as a whole).

Practices will be instructional and led by a volunteer coach each week. Volunteer coaches are caring adults from the community, and often even have their own child in the sport. All coaches go through a background check as well as a coaches training that emphasizes the importance of skill-building and teaching the core values of caring, honesty, respect, and responsibility.

We hope to see you on the track/field!

SCHOLARSHIPS – If you are needing a scholarship to help with the cost of the program, we have a few options that you can consider. All scholarship amounts will be applied to future weeks of programming, no scholarships will be backdated. If you are registering on or after the payment due date, you will be charged and required to pay for the full cost of the program.

  • Oregon Community Foundation Scholarship – All families that fill out the Oregon Community Foundation Scholarship Application and return it to the YMCA billing office at [email protected], may receive a scholarship of up to 25%, once approved.
  • Current Jackson Care Connect Families – All JCC families can submit their proof of insurance card to the YMCA billing office at [email protected], if currently enrolled in a JCC Health Plan you can receive a scholarship of 35%.
  • Food Stamps (SNAP) or Free Lunch Award Letter – If your child receives food stamps or free lunch and you submit an award letter to the YMCA billing office at [email protected], you will receive a scholarship of 55%. To get your SNAP award letter visit: To get your Free Lunch letter please visit:
  • Housing Authority of Jackson County (HAJC) Complex Resident – If you currently live in a participating HAJC Complex you can get an award letter and submit it to the YMCA billing office at [email protected], you will receive a scholarship of 75%. To get your award letter contact Sandra at HAJC at [email protected].
  • Additional Support Scholarship – amounts will vary by family. If the above scholarship programs do not provide enough assistance for your family please complete a Youth Programs Scholarship Application and return it to the YMCA billing office at [email protected]. You will be required to apply for Food Stamps and then an award or denial letter is needed plus you must provide proof of income before an award is made.

3rd - 6th Grade

Rogue Valley
4/10/23 - 6/3/23


  • Two 1-hour practices on weekdays
  • Meets on Saturdays


  • Practices begin in April
  • Season runs 6-8 weeks

Where: Medford/Eagle Point Areas

Supplies Needed:

  • No supplies are required for this program

Caring Adults Needed!

  • This program is dependent on parents and volunteers
  • Weekly commitment is between 3-5 hours
  • Mandatory Coach Meeting/Clinic
  • Paid Referee Positions Available
  • Get involved and your child plays for free!

Program Fee: $75*

*Free season for volunteer coaches


Registration Information  

Open Close Register At MemberProgram Participant
Spring 2023 1/1/23 4/14/23 Online / Front Desk $ 0.00$ 0.00

Available Sessions

04/10/23 - 06/03/23