Colorado Springs Youth Sports, Inc.

All fields are now open.  Please contact Vicki Martin at (719) 630-0168 or for availability and reservations.
For field closures, please call (719) 577-9973 or check our FaceBook page or our Twitter feed @ElPomarYSPark.

Our mission is to provide first-rate sports facilities and generate opportunities for youth participation in sports and recreation.

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Colorado Springs To Host Two Premier Adrenaline Lacrosse Events


El Pomar Youth Sports Park chosen as venue for July 2014 events

View printable release here

Colorado Springs, Colo. – Colorado Springs and the El Pomar Youth Sports Park have been selected to host two premier Adrenaline Lacrosse events in July 2014. Adrenaline Lacrosse, based in San Diego, Calif., has selected Colorado Springs over several other locations in the western United States to host two milestone competitions.

“We’re thrilled to announce that we are bringing both our 2014 Adrenaline Boys Showcase and 2014 Adrenaline Shootout to Colorado Springs, Colo.,” said Rory Doucette, VP of Adrenaline Events. “These two elite events deserve a world-class backdrop and Colorado Springs and El Pomar Youth Sports Park provide the perfect environment for Adrenaline athletes to reach their full potential. We are also confident that our traveling families will enjoy all the beauty and attractions that Colorado Springs has to offer. We couldn’t be happier with the location we’ve landed on.”
The 2014 Adrenaline Showcase will be held July 10-11, 2014 at El Pomar Youth Sports Park. This extremely selective, invite-only individual recruitment event will be attended by the top 5 percent of players from west of the Mississippi River. With representation from the majority of top National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division I, II and III and Men’s Collegiate Lacrosse Association lacrosse programs, 75-100 recruiters from all levels will attend this event to evaluate the top talent. Players are placed on teams and participate in a myriad of valuable high level clinics and seminars led by NCAA coaches while competing in a series of top-level games. With a collegiate placement success rate of 84 percent, the Adrenaline Showcase is a premier recruiting event.
The 2014 Adrenaline Shootout Tournament team event will follow the Showcase with 50 elite high school-level teams expected to compete in a minimum of seven games each from July 11-13, 2014. On Friday, July 18, 50 middle school and youth-level teams will take over the fields at El Pomar Youth Sports Park to compete for the second weekend’s championship. All Star teams will be selected from all teams both weekends. The Adrenaline Shootout has become known over the years not only for the high level of competition on the field, but also the amazing time the kids have off the field.
“El Pomar Youth Sports Park is honored to work with Adrenaline Lacrosse to host these events in our incredible community,” said Eric Parthen, Executive Director of El Pomar Youth Sports Park. 
“Adrenaline is known for their cutting edge retail business as well as their world-class events and we look forward to providing the athletes and their families with an incredible experience.”
For more information and a full schedule of events for both the 2014 Adrenaline Showcase and 2014 Adrenaline Shootout, go to and respectively.
About El Pomar Youth Sports Park:
Opened for play in June 2000, El Pomar Youth Sports Park is a 58-acre outdoor youth athletic facility in southwest Colorado Springs, Colo. that is home to nine grass baseball/softball fields, nine soccer/lacrosse fields (including eight grass fields and one artificial turf field), and an inline hockey rink. Owned and operated by Colorado Springs Youth Sports, Inc., a 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation, El Pomar Youth Sports Park prides itself on its first-class facilities and nearly 100,000 annual youth playing opportunities.

Rush Pikes Peak Soccer Club Spring Registration Deadline Approaching

Registration for Rush Pikes Peak Soccer Club for the spring season ends on March 1. See the information below.  

West El Paso League Information for 2014 Summer Baseball


USSSA I-25 Challenge Baseball Information Now Available 

El Pomar Youth Sports Park is proud to host part of Colorado Springs' longest running USSSA baseball tournament, the I-25 Challenge. Held on June 15-16, 2014, the I-25 Challenge offers great competition, fields, and weather with every team guarateed at least three games. Baseballs and great umpires will be provided by USSSA. Games will be held at three different locations including: El Pomar Youth Sports Park [2212 Executive Circle, Colorado Springs, CO, 80906, (719) 630-0168], Leon Young Sports Complex [1335 S. Chelton Road, Colorado Springs, CO, 80910 (parking lot off Alvarado Drive just north of Verde Drive)], or Goose Gossage Sports Complex [3225-3950 Mark Dabling Boulevard, Colorado Springs, CO, 80907]. For teams mailing checks, please send checks payable to "Jorge Lacayo/CSFB" to 788 Capeglen Road, Colorado Springs, CO, 80906. Please have completed USSSA rosters, birth certificates, and proof of insurance certificate for your team. For additional information, please contact Jorge Lacayo at (719) 648-5171,, or visit

Last Weekend for Treecycle

If you haven't recycled your Christmas tree yet, please consider doing so through El Paso County's Treecycle Program (El Paso County's press release is below).  El Pomar Youth Sports Park is a beneficiary of the donations which help us to maintain our fields.  Special thanks to El Paso County staff for their leadership of this program and to all the other partners including the City of Colorado Springs, Colorado Springs Utilities, Rocky Top Resources, Dick's Sporting Goods, Asplundh, The Gazette and SB Porta Bowl.  We also want to thank our Treecycle Site Volunteers including Harrison High School Football, Lewis Palmer High School Lacrosse, Pikes Peak Sharp Shooters Lacrosse, and Boy Scout Troops 7, 194 and 268.  

Last Weekend for TreeCycle Program

Seven Convenient Collection Sites Open This Saturday and Sunday

This is the last weekend for the El Paso County TreeCycle program to assist all County citizens with the safe and convenient disposal and recycling of natural grown Christmas trees.  Seven convenient “Treecycle” drop-off locations countywide will be open this Saturday and Sunday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Designated Treecycle Locations:      
• Baptist Road Trailhead ……….. Baptist Road and Old Denver Highway
• Falcon Trailhead ……………… Southwest of Woodmen Road and McLaughlin Road
• Cottonwood Creek Park ………. Dublin Boulevard and Montarbor Drive
• Sky Sox Stadium ……………… Barnes Road and Tutt Boulevard
• Rock Ledge Ranch ……………. Gateway Road (to Garden of the Gods) and 30th Street
• Memorial Park ………………… Pikes Peak Avenue and Union Boulevard

Rocky Top Resources, 1755 E. Las Vegas Street, will operate as an extended Treecycle site through January 31, from 8 4 p.m., Mondays-Saturdays (closed Sundays).

A $5 minimum tax-deductible donation per tree supports community youth sports programs through Colorado Springs Youth Sports, Inc. and other local nonprofits. All decorations should be removed before a tree is dropped off.  The trees are ground into mulch at the TreeCycle sites and free mulch will be available at all locations.  Those interested in the free mulch need to bring their own tools to load into their vehicles.

“The Treecycle program is a great service to residents that is made possible through unique collaborations between many organizations in El Paso County,” said Eric Parthen, Executive Director of Colorado Springs Youth Sports. “In spite of the weather, we had nearly 2,000 citizens come to recycle their trees last weekend and we are expecting even bigger numbers during these last two days.”

For more information on the Treecycle program visit:

El Paso County Treecycle sponsors and partners include: El Pomar Youth Sports Park; El Paso County; Rocky Top Resources; The Gazette; SB Porta Bowl; City of Colorado Springs Parks, Recreation & Cultural Services; Asplundh; Dick’s Sporting Goods; and Colorado Springs Utilities.

Eric Parthen can be contacted at (719) 330-9984 or at

Contact: Dave Rose
Public Information Officer 
Phone: 520-6540   Cell: 337-9239

A great year winds down....

Outside of two straggler games next week, this weekend ends a very successful 2013 on the grass fields at El Pomar Youth Sports Park . Our turf field (Olin) will continue to be open for the rest of the year but our grass fields will be closing until late January, 2014. Good luck to all the Pikes Peak Rush and Pride Soccer Club teams and athletes who will be playing in the 13 games here this weekend.  Fortunately, the weather looks perfect. Thank you for a great year and for your continued support of El Pomar Youth Sports Park!

Weather Updates

As we transition into the Spring 2014 season, please visit our Facebook page at for weather updates.  While you are there, please "like" our page.  There is also a Facebook button at the bottom of this page that will take you directly there.  We will use our Facebook page for all weather updates and will post updates as soon as decisions are made.  Thanks for your support of El Pomar Youth Sports Park! 

Thank you to West El Paso Baseball!

As West El Paso Baseball heads into its final weekend of competition this year, El Pomar Youth Sports Park would like to say thank you for being a great partner throughout 2013.  We appreciate the leadership shown by Jorge Lacayo and the incredible support of all the players, families, coaches, umpires, etc.  There is no question that youth grow through sport and we enjoy watching West El Paso Baseball players grow through your programs.  Good luck to all the teams this weekend and we look forward to being home to your programs again in 2014!

Thanks to the Colorado Springs Sky Sox!

Thank you to Steve DeLeon and Colorado Springs Sky Sox Baseball for allowing us to cut out some of their sod yesterday to repair areas on our fields.  Hopefully someday we'll see kids who have played at our Park, on the donated sod, roaming the field at Security Service Field playing for the Sky Sox!

Letter to El Pomar Youth Sports Park Constituents

New Executive Director Eric Parthen's introduction letter to all El Pomar Youth Sports Park constituents can be found here.

New Executive Director Announced

Eric Parthen joins the El Pomar Youth Sports Park as the Executive Director on July 8, 2013. He brings more than 17 years of nonprofit leadership experience including positions as the CEO of US Taekwondo, Managing Director of WSB Americas, a semiprofessional boxing league, Executive Director of USA Boxing, numerous positions with the United States Olympic Committee and served as an Engagement Controller with Andersen Consulting (Accenture). A graduate of Augustana College, Parthen was also an inaugural participant in the Olympic Sport Leadership Certificate program at Northwestern University's Kellogg Center for Nonprofit Management. An accomplished executive and an engaged youth sport parent, Parthen and his wife, Kelly, reside in Colorado Springs, with their two children.

Before You Visit

Colorado Springs Youth Sports, Inc. and El Pomar Youth Sports Park is proud to have served for Pikes Peak Region for 14 years and counting.

The Youth Sports Park is intended for youth activities. Adult use with special permission only.

Metal cleats are NOT permitted on portable pitching mounds. Only rubber cleats or turf shoes are allowed on portable mounds.  This rule will be strictly enforced.

Friendly, well behaved, leashed dogs are permitted at the Park. Please clean up after your pet.

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