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  • SCAA 2016 Spring/Summer Sports Registration NOW OPEN! - Baseball, Girls Softball, Soccer, Flag Football, & Rugby - Click the REGISTER NOW button!  Don't miss this year's SCAA/Dick's Shop Night Sunday, February 21 3-7 PM - Great Savings!
SCAA SPRING/SUMMER 2016 SPORTS
 
ONLINE REGISTRATION NOW OPEN!
 
For all sports except Rugby:
CLICK HERE TO REGISTER NOW!
 
In-person registrations can be made this Saturday from 9-12 at the SCAA Community House, 13530 Choate Circle
 

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER NOW FOR RUGBY!

 
BASEBALL, GIRLS SOFTBALL, SOCCER, FLAG FOOTBALL, & RUGBY!
 

Welcome to the website of the Steele Creek Athletic Association! We offer baseball, girls softball, soccer, cheerleading, football, flag football, and rugby to any child interested in participating. Our field complex is located in the Steele Creek community in southwest Mecklenburg County.



BASEBALL - Jim Harris 

GIRLS SOFTBALL - Tim Sosebee  

SOCCER - Kevin Kauffman 

FOOTBALL- Torre Earney   

FLAG FOOTBALL- Jonathan Grice 

RUGBY - Georgia Gates 

CHEERLEADING - Katie Britton  


IMPORTANT FIELD RULES REMINDER

With the number of children, adults and vehicles using the fields, rules are essential.
The rules and policies for the complex are posted in each parking lot as well as basic rules at each gate.


SLOW DOWN!
The speed limit on SCAA property is 15 mph!


No one has any reason to get upset at anyone when reminded to slow down.
There are no acceptable excuses and they are acting in the best interests of EVERYONE!


No dogs, alcohol, or drugs permitted
at any SCAA sponsored event!


This applies to any SCAA event that involves SCAA members, players, teams or activities whether at the complex or away, including the SCAA parking lots!

SCAA is tobacco-free!
No smoking, spitting or chewing of tobacco!


This applies to any SCAA event that involves SCAA members, players, teams or activities whether at the complex or away, including the SCAA parking lots!

This tobacco-free initiative is required by all the sports programs sponsored by SCAA.  

These and other SCAA complex rules and policies are posted at each gate and in each parking lot!

Continued violation of the these rules and policies can lead to application of the SCAA Disciplinary Policy that you acknowledged during your registration.

 

We are located at 13530 Choate Circle, Charlotte, NC 28273
Our mailing address is: PO Box 7195, Charlotte, NC 28241

 

For sports refunds and financial information contact: serdula04@yahoo.com
 
For financial aid information contact:
 
For Community House/Shelter reservations contact:
 
For Winget Park reservations contact:

For information on sponsor opportunities contact:

Click the Contacts tab on the left column menu for the commissioner of your sport.
We are constantly in the process of improving our web site. Please submit any items of interest or pictures/general information you can contact
 
Thank you for your visit and contribution.

 
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What Is Good Sportsmanship?
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     Good sportsmanship occurs when teammates,...
 
Don't miss out on big savings at Dick's Sporting Goods!

 



Dick's Sporting Goods supports SCAA Sports!!

DICK'S SPORTING GOODS WILL OFFER ANOTHER GREAT NIGHT OF SHOPPING, SAVINGS, AND FUN!!


SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 2016 (3-7 PM)
 

Dick's supports SCAA by providing equipment and coupons so we can keep your sports fees as low as possible.

Come back later when we will have special coupons for you to print and bring for great savings!

 


by posted 01/20/2016
VOLUNTEER!!!!

 

If you have any suggestions, comments, questions, or you wish to help in any way, email us at

WE ARE ONLY AS GOOD AS OUR VOLUNTEERS!!!


by posted 11/13/2006
What Is Good Sportsmanship?

     Good sportsmanship occurs when teammates, opponents, coaches, and officials treat each other with respect. Kids learn the basics of sportsmanship from the adults in their lives, especially their parents and their coaches. Kids who see adults behaving in a sportsmanlike way gradually come to understand that the real winners in sports are those who know how to persevere and to behave with dignity - whether they win or lose a game.


posted 11/13/2006
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