Community Sports Organizations
The programs listed below are independent, not-for-profit organizations, run by community volunteers. The Huntley Park District assists a variety of groups in providing recreational opportunities for people of all ages. We do this by maintaining outdoor and indoor facilities and providing support to these organizations.
The Huntley Youth Sports Organization is a not-for-profit group of local volunteers dedicated to the development and enrichment of youth sports teams within the town of Huntley and Huntley Park District grounds. Founded in 1999, the organization has raised and donated over $150K to local youth sports teams. This is accomplished through local event fundraisers and with the support of area sponsors.
Little League Baseball, Incorporated is a non-profit organization whose mission is to “promote, develop, supervise, and voluntarily assist in all lawful ways, the interest of those who will participate in Little League Baseball and Softball.”
Through proper guidance and exemplary leadership, the Little League program assists youth in developing the qualities of citizenship, discipline, teamwork, and physical well-being. By espousing the virtues of character, courage, and loyalty, the Little League Baseball and Softball program is designed to develop superior citizens rather than superior athletes.
Huntley Blue is the premier High School feeder team in the area. Huntley, Burlington, Hampshire, Jacobs, Crystal Lake South, Marengo and Marian Central. Huntley Blue's mission is to develop men on and off the field. We play the game the way it was meant to be played. We play hard and we play to have fun!
We are an Non For Profit Travel Baseball Organization. We were founded in 2000 and have worked hard to mold great young men since.
The Red Raiders Fastpitch program is a year round program. Girls will practice and participate in 2-3 tournament events from the middle of August – October. Indoor training and the potential for a limited number of indoor games is provided from January – March. The teams then return to outdoor play from April-July with the bulk of the tournaments and other games being played during this time. The program features all practices and home games at the beautiful Tomaso Sports Park.
Heat United Soccer Club’s mission statement is to provide an opportunity for youth to develop and grow in our community through participation in athletic competition. Our goal is to foster a welcoming, enjoyable, safe, and competitive environment which will assist in the social and physical development for children of all skill levels. Our goal is to create complete soccer players with love for the game and a greater chance for future success.
Huntley Youth Lacrosse is offered to both experienced and beginner boy & girl players in 1st - 8th grade.
Huntley Youth Football is a non-profit organization directed by a Board of Directors and Coaches Committee. Our program continues to prepare our student athletes toward the next step and we have grown significantly since our inception years ago. We are a member of The Chicagoland Youth Football League (TCYFL).