Lakota Sports Organization Field Status

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LSO strives to work in concert with Lakota families to foster well-rounded children by encouraging good sportsmanship, physical exercise, and skill development through recreational and select youth sports programs. Their team consists of one full-time administrator and eight part-time coaches, in addition to contracted officials and maintenance workers.

Field Closures

LSO collaborates with families in the Lakota area to foster well-rounded youth through recreation and select youth sports programs. Funding comes from program fees paid by parents and coaches; these funds are then used for maintenance, equipment purchases, and uniform purchases.

LSO operates the West Chester/Liberty Little League for recreational baseball in the spring and fall seasons; it offers summer 3V3 volleyball programs and two winter indoor soccer leagues. The facility includes home team, visiting team, and official locker rooms; an eight-lane, 400-meter all-weather track; field event areas for pole vault, high jump, and shot put competitions; as well as field event areas dedicated to pole vault, high jump, shot put and pole vaulting events. In addition, LSO also manages an indoor 3V3 volleyball summer 3V3 volleyball program as well as two winter indoor soccer programs for teams playing recreational baseball games throughout the seasons – offering spring/fall recreational baseball play along with summer 3V3 volleyball tournaments that run during summer 3V3 volleyball programs as well as two winter indoor soccer programs!

Field Reopenings

Lakota Sports Organization is a non-profit that offers affordable sports programs for local children. Over 5,000 children take part each year on 350 teams for spring and fall soccer, baseball, softball, volleyball, and flag football; all income from team or corporate sponsorship goes back into sport-specific budgets to keep participation costs at a minimum.

Lewandowski noted his organization comprises one full-time administrator, several part-time coaches and trainers, and thousands of volunteer parents. He is awaiting guidance from the state on when his organization can reopen, as well as costs related to opening fields, purchasing uniforms, and hiring officials.