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Adult coed kickball league starts May 23

Image of a young man kicking a kickball.

We've postponed the start of kickball one week due to the rainy weather (original start date was May 16).

So, you’re all grown up but you still want to play kids games? Well here’s your chance to recapture a bit of your long-lost youth!

The Sam Pomeranz Jewish Community Center of Syracuse will hold an Adult Coed Jewish Kickball League on Thursdays from 6–8 pm starting May 23 on the JCC’s baseball field. It’s open to young adults ages 22 and older and will consist of four teams with a maximum of 12 players per team. The games will be an hour long and each team will play once every Thursday through June 27. The cost is $20 per player and includes a league jersey and two happy hour events during the season.

“We are delighted to be starting this kickball league,” said Marci Erlebacher, JCC executive director. “It will be great to get people outside enjoying some fresh air and exercise after the long winter. We’re looking forward to making this a fun, competitive outlet for our community’s younger adults”

The kickball league is part of Ha Liga, the Young Adult Jewish Sports League at the JCC that was recently started by volunteers Brian Raphael and Adam Goldberg. The kickball league’s team captains are Hannah Solomon, Seth Goldberg, Jay Sinclair and Brian Raphael.

“Ha Liga was designed to give young Jews in Central New York an outlet for coming together and making connections through events and outings,” said Raphael. “We’re really excited to get the kickball league started and bring people together socially for some fun and excitement. If anyone is interested in helping out with the league, we would certainly welcome the assistance.”

For more information and to register for kickball, contact one of the above team captains directly or call the JCC of Syracuse at 315-445-2360. Rosters are filling up quickly so early registration is recommended.