Welcome to the home of the
MYRA Woodbury Central Wildcats
Welcome to the WC Wildcats MYRA (Moville Youth Recreation Association) youth sports home page.
MISSION STATEMENT: To provide the children of the Moville area quality instructional athletic programs that promote teamwork, build self-esteem and respect for others, and increase skill knowledge. It is our mission to ensure that each child has a positive, rewarding experience while participating in the programs, and that each child will learn the importance of sportsmanship, honor, and integrity while sharing with their coaches and teammates the emotions of success and failure. MYRA is dedicated to the principle that the pursuit of excellence in athletics will help prepare our future leaders in all areas of life.
MYRA is currently offering:
- T-ball (Co-ed)
- Flag Football
- Tackle Football
- Soccer (Fall)
- Wrestling (thru The Takedown Club)
- Tiny Tikes (age 3-5)
Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/wcwildcatsyouth
MYRA email: email@example.com
PLEASE REMEMBER MYRA IS ALL MADE POSSIBLE BY VOLUNTEERS -- SUPPORT YOUR CHILD’S TEAM AND COACHES BY VOLUNTEERING TO ASSIST WITH CONCESSIONS, PRACTICE AND KEEPING ALL AREAS CLEANED UP.
COACHES – First and foremost…THANK YOU!!!! We appreciate your willingness to volunteer your time, knowledge, skills and leadership for our children.
You're A Role Model
It doesn't matter if you're coaching tee ball or coaching a travel team, you're probably the most important role model that your players have during the season. Players are going to look to you not only for guidance and instruction, but they will be watching and listening to how you react to every situation. As a coach you will be one of the most influential people in your young players life. Many players and former players attribute a large portion of their success in life to the things they learned on the baseball field and from a few great coaches. We're not talking about fielding ground balls, or how to hit; we're talking about teamwork, perseverance, work ethic, having a positive attitude, to just name a few. Skills that not only helped them on the baseball field but helped them in life.
Success can be measured in many ways, but those that say it can only be measured by the number of wins and losses – are wrong! A true measurement of success is how much the players developed their skills, how hard they worked, how much fun they had, life lessons and discipline learned, and if they were taught (and believe) that team work and sportsmanship are important to success.