Twin Peaks Youth Sports (TPYS) provides children the opportunity to learn the fundamental skills of flag football and basketball in an exciting, fun and safe environment, with a focus on healthy competition to help our players learn life lessons through both winning and losing. Committed to these sports and the children on our teams, we strive to be the Boulder and Weld County leaders of NFL Youth Flag Football and Jr. NBA Basketball. This is achieved through our efficiently-run programs, high-quality coaches, and our commitment to building integrity in our players.
* Saturday- Regular League Game Dates: 9/12, 9/19, 9/26, 10/3, 10/10, and 10/17 (10/24 is the weather make up day for Recreational if we can’t fit them in during the regular season)
10/24 Competitive Super Bowl Day
* Team/Individual Pictures: 10/3
**All Saturday Games Will Be Played at Dry Creek Community Park in Longmont and possible other Longmont/Firestone Field Locations.
* Sunday- Regular League Game Dates 3 Locations to Choose From: 9/13, 9/20, 9/27, 10/4, 10/11, and 10/18
10/24 Super Bowl Game Day
**All Sunday Games Will Be Played at Your Choice of Biff Warren Complex in Niwot, Dick's Sporting Goods Fields in Commerce City, or Fields in Fort Collins! You get to choose what works for your family!
2018 Chuck Noll Hall of Fame “Game for Life” Award
Our Mission Statement
Winner of the esteemed Chuck Noll Hall of Fame “Game for Life” Award, Twin Peaks Youth Sports (TPYS) is committed to building integrity in our Boulder and Weld County players through our recreational and competitive NFL flag football leagues and Jr. NBA Basketball League. Our unique, safety-focused leagues foster fun, sportsmanship and perseverance while enhancing skills in our players ages 4-14.
With the coronavirus outbreak, our sponsor, UCHealth reached out with some educational and informational materials about the coronavirus to share with you all. They want to make sure we are equipped with information from experts and can continue to get information as the situation evolves. Please see the links below from UCHealth:
What you should know about the Coronavirus-https://www.uchealth.org/…/what-you-should-know-about-coro…/