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Youth Sports

Lakeshore Foundation is currently operating in Stage One of its reopening plan. This stage is designed to support social distancing and sanitation guidelines, which require that we limit the amenities and services available, including no sport practices at this time. The facility is open for individual use during session times. Visit our Fall Programs page for a listing of sport-focused programs for youth this fall.

Team & Individual Sports

Lakeshore Foundation offers team & individual sports for youth with a physical disability age 6 to 22. No prior athletic experience is required. Youth athletics participants must join or be current Lakeshore members. For more information or to register your child, contact Lauren Perry at or 205-313-7454.

Team Sports

Power Soccer (Lakeshore Force)
Power soccer is for youth age 6 to 18 with a physical disability. Power soccer players do not have to use a power wheelchair in daily life to participate. In addition to weekly practices, the team competes at two home tournaments during the season. For more information, contact Lori Watkins at or 205-313-7429.

Prep Wheelchair Basketball (Lakeshore Sharks)
Prep Division wheelchair basketball is for youth age 6 to 13 with a lower limb physical disability. Daily wheelchair use is not required. In addition to weekly practices, the team travels to approximately four regional and national tournaments throughout the season.

10′ Varsity Wheelchair Basketball (Lakeshore Lakers)
10′ Varsity Division wheelchair basketball is for youth age 14 to 18 with a lower limb physical disability. Daily wheelchair use is not required. In addition to weekly practices, the team travels to approximately four regional and national tournaments throughout the season.

Individual Sports

Track & Field
Swimming
Archery