Archer Lodge Youth Athletics

Dated: 04/06/2018

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Archer Lodge is a small town between Clayton and Wendell in Johnston County, North Carolina. Archer Lodge Community Center offers an Athletics program for youth, providing opportunities for children in the area to play T-Ball, Baseball, Softball & Soccer.


AL has an in-house league for T-Ball. There are two groups – Intro & Modified. Intro is for ages 4-5 and games are on Saturday mornings only. No coach pitch. Modified is for ages 6-7, with one practice a week (M-F) and a game on Saturday morning. Coach pitch is introduced in the second half of the season for the Modified teams.


AL participates in the East Wake Youth Baseball league. Age ranges from 7-15, starting with coach pitch for the 7-8 year old group, then kid pitch for the 9-10, 11-12 & 13-15 year old groups.


AL participates in the East Wake Youth Softball league. Age ranges from 8-12 years old, beginning with coach pitch for U8 and kid pitch for U10 & U12.


Archer Lodge community Center has teamed up with Johnston United Soccer Association (JUSA) to give your child an enjoyable soccer experience. Recreation soccer is offered for ages 5-15.


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