Sports, e-Sports, Programs/Leagues
We have programs for all ages and skill levels!
Basketball FUNdamentals Skills Clinic, Ages 5-9 and 10-15 Players will build fundamental skills in an enjoyable atmosphere with a goal of helping players improve and making basketball FUN. Whether your player is on a school team or recreation league, this clinic will help to improve their skills.
Pee Wee Dribblers, Ages 5-6 This co-ed program focuses on fundamentals, teamwork, sportsmanship, and fun. The first half hour will focus on skills and the second will feature game play. Games will be played on 6-foot baskets with a junior basketball. Volunteer coaches needed.
Basketball Dribblers, Grades 1 & 2 This co-ed program features the basics, along with the fun associated with playing on a team. No score will be kept, baskets will be 8-feet high and a junior basketball will be used. Practice and a game will be held for 30 minutes each. Volunteer coaches needed.
Basketball, Ages 8-10 Learn skills, fundamentals, and rules. Games will be played on 10- foot baskets, a full-size basketball court, and the score will be kept.
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Pickleball is a paddle sport created for all ages and skill levels. The rules are simple and the game is easy for beginners to learn and it can develop into a quick, fast-paced, competitive game for experienced players. Once an over 55+ game for adults, it’s now professionally dominated by the 20-30 crowd. Today the fastest growing segment for pickleball is those ages 25-50, but it’s still a very popular game for seniors.
CTPA (Cranberry Township Pickleball Association) The pickleball courts are managed by CTPA. This organization was formed to help absorb the debt of managing the pickleball courts at the UPMC Passavant Sportsplex at Graham Park. CTPA membership not only helps to pay for the courts, but will also allow for an expansion. Pickleball courts are reserved for CTPA play and public play.
The CTPA Pickleball Academy offers learn to play classes and clinics through Cranberry Parks and Recreation.
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Be part of the action! The popularity of dek hockey is exploding. Clubs, leagues, shops and rinks devoted to the sport are attracting players throughout the northeast. Our rink in UPMC Passavant Sportsplex at Graham Park, provided by the Pittsburgh Penguins Foundation and Highmark is one of the newest and best. Your child can participate in exciting league play, geared to their age group.
The surface of the 155 by 75 foot playing court is covered in bright blue waffle-shaped plastic tiles atop an asphalt base. Rink features include a Daktronics scoreboard, player benches under metal shelters, a penalty box, goal nets at either end, and lights – for exciting nighttime play
- Our low participation fee covers ALL program expenses, except for personal equipment. No fundraising or raffles!
- Each player receives a team jersey.
- Chipmunks, Ages 4-6
- Penguins Ages 7-9
- Beavers Ages 10-12
- Cadets Ages 13-15
- Freshmen Ages 16-18
Volunteer Coaches are needed for all Dek Hockey Leagues! Volunteers must be at least 16 years old with a general knowledge of dek hockey. All volunteers having direct contact with children must obtain clearances prior to the start of their coaching season.
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NZone Soccer, Ages 2-3 and 4-6 This program enables children to learn the sport at their own pace. Instructors provide a solid foundation for players to learn soccer through in-session practices and games. As the season progresses, instructors will integrate character words (respect, honesty, confidence), and new skills into each session. Children then use their imagination to play a game to practice and improve their new skills.
NZone T-Ball, Ages 2-3 and 4-6 This program provides a solid foundation for players to learn t-ball through in-session practices and games. Players are introduced to important game concepts, including batting, fielding, throwing, and running bases. As the season progresses, instructors will integrate character words (respect, honesty, confidence), and new skills. Children will use their imagination to play a game to practice and improve their new skills.
We have programs for all ages and skill levels!
Individual players are always welcome Tell us about your playing ability and league interests and we'll do our best to match you with a team. Use the Individual Volleyball Player Request form.
Wednesday Power Volleyball League (Adults 18+) This co-ed, competitive league is geared toward a more serious volleyball player. Teams will be made up of A and BB skill-level players with advanced skill and play. There will be a certified referees to officiate the games.
Sunday Recreational Volleyball League (Adults 18+) This co-ed league consists of teams split into skill divisions: recreation, intermediate, and competitive. Intermediate and competitive players should be able to pass, set, and spike, and have previous playing experience.
Sunday Power Volleyball League (Adults 18+) Players in this co-ed league should have advanced skills and enjoy complex offenses. USVBA rules are utilized with certified officials. This league features eight season games and playoffs.
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The Cranberry Township Adult Co-ed Flag Football League is forming now!
This Adult 7-on-7 Co-ed Flag Football League is great fun and a nice way to stay active. Teams must be pre-registered through the Cranberry Township Parks and Recreation Department, and a complete set of rules and guidelines is available upon registration. A maximum of fourteen teams and a minimum of six teams is required. Games will be played at Community Park. League rules and game schedule TBD.
New to our league programming is Co-Ed Field Hockey for kids ages 5-8 and 9-13!
Join Cranberry Township Field Hockey Saturday mornings at Community Park to learn developmental field hockey skills! Children will understand the basics of this popular sport, engage in creative games, and compete in tournament style play. All levels are welcome, and no experience is required! Balls, sticks, and Cranberry Township Field Hockey League t-shirts provided!
Tennis Courts are located in Community Park and Graham Park
Cranberry Township is excited to offer tennis camps throughout the summer. The program is designed to develop and strengthen tennis skills, increase coordination, and improve competitive play.
- Munchkin (Kindergarten - 2nd Grade)
- Munchkin Tennis Camp will introduce children to the joy of playing tennis. Each session will include fun activities to help children with balance, coordination, and agility, and children will learn the fundamentals of tennis with the goal of being able to rally with a partner.
- Elementary (Grades 3 - 6)
- Elementary Tennis Camp focuses on learning the fundamentals of tennis, getting active, and having fun. Each session will include a non-tennis specific game, specific tennis instruction, activities to reinforce the skills being taught, and fitness drills that improve physical conditioning.
- Middle School (Grades 5 - 8)
- Middle School Tennis Camp is designed for students who have a desire to have fun and learn the fundamentals of the game. Each session will include non-tennis specific warm-ups, specific tennis instruction, activities that reinforce new skills just learned, fitness drills that improve agility and speed, as well as instruction on how the game of tennis is played.
- High School (Grades 9 - 12)
- High School Tennis Camp is designed for student athletes who have a desire to compete for a varsity or junior varsity tennis team. Each session will include a warm-up, skill development, strategic thinking, and competitive match play.
Physical Education teacher and Seneca Valley tennis team coach Eric Grove, has led summer tennis programs throughout Butler County, and now he leads Cranberry Township’s summer tennis program.
A lifelong tennis enthusiast, Grove has been active in tennis instruction since his days in Taylor University, where he coached the women’s tennis team from his sophomore through senior years. Grove learned to play tennis as a boy growing up in Harmony. His early love of the sport translated into a passion for teaching others how to play and love it as well, and for younger people, to transform the game of tennis into a life-changing experience.