Spring Offerings 2019
Practice on Friday's from 4:30-6:00pm at 96th and 1st Avenue starting April 12th
Emory center fielder Mikey Edelman, (former Yorkville baseball, basketball and football player), celebrates his first collegiate home run at MCU Park in Coney Island with his Mom, who proudly wears YYAA’s 50th anniversary cap. Go Emory and Yorkville Eagles!
For years, Cole Anthony was billed as The One. The latest, after a hiatus, in a long list of elite New York City point guards. He had the pedigree and the support system in place. He had the inner drive and needed athletic gifts.
Tuesday morning, he took a major step toward reaching the incredibly high expectations that have been set for him, announcing his commitment to North Carolina and coach Roy Williams, joining a select club of local stars who were good enough to land a scholarship to wear the powder blue of the powerhouse ACC school.
“I always wanted to play on the highest level,” the 6-foot-3 Anthony, the son of former Knicks guard and NBA broadcaster Greg Anthony, told The Post. “They have a winning culture, and I want to be a part of it.”
Competition. Camaraderie. Community.
The mission of the Yorkville Youth Athletic Association is to provide high-quality recreational activities that foster life-lessons which will empower young people to succeed beyond sports.
The Yorkville Youth Athletic Association is a 501c3 not for profit organization.