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Dean Reeves
(303) 489-0970
Fax: 303-940-3410
7717 Pierson Street
Arvada, Colorado

Friday, August 21
Tryouts Scheduled for the 2015-16 Season


Tryouts for teams will be as follows:

- 5th and 6th Graders (includes 4th graders trying out for a 5th grade team)

Sunday, September 13th from 12 pm to 3 pm at Ralston Valley High School


- 7th and 8th Graders

Sunday, September 20th from 12 pm to 3 pm at Ralston Valley High School


Please complete a Registration Form and Waiver in the 'Handouts' section in the left-hand column of this site and bring to tryouts. Please have girls wear comfortable athletic attire/shoes and bring a water bottle. 



As in years past, we will fill as many teams as we can find gym time for. Priority is given to the older age groups. Unfortunately, we have already lost a majority of our gym time as both Oberon and Drake (two of the three schools that supply most of our players), has elected not to give us gym time for the first time in about 15 years. The administration at these schools have elected to give gym time on a "first come, first serve basis" and while we get our gym use requests in before the end of the previous school year, organizations like APEX and YMCA are given time because requests this year were submitted prior to ours.  This is really unfortunate for the girls who attend these schools who aren't even given priority over other organizations with no ties to these facilities. Any suggestions on gym time would be greatly appreciated. If you have any ideas or know of any gyms that we can get at a reasonable rate, please let us know at Thank you.



Saturday, July 21
Looking for the RV Boys Youth Program?

To contact the Ralston Valley Boys Youth Program, visit:

You can also access the site in the 'Links' folder in the left-hand column.




Professional athletes, by their very actions, can either be a tremendous role model or an example of bad behavior. Teaching children how to act is the responsibility of parents and coaches, while good behavior is the responsibility of the child, regardless of age. Children need to be taught that unlike some professional athletes, it is NOT alright to throw equipment in anger. It is NOT alright to question an official. It is NOT alright to criticize your teammate for a poor play. And it is NOT alright to cheat to win a game. After all, it is a game. It is okay to feel the sting of a loss, but it is unacceptable to win at all costs. The character, integrity, and reputation of that child begins with youth sports, and habits will stay with that person throughout their life. If we teach and implement lessons of sportsmanship, respect toward opponents and officials, and a healthy desire for competition, we have taught these young players how to act in ANY competitive environment, be it school, relationships, the playing field, or their career.

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