At the virtual version of Sports Illustrated for Kids, young sports fans can touch base with the latest news on their favorite teams and players. Kids zero in on stats, enroll in fantasy sports leagues and play free online sports games such as the “Hooplicator,” “Hit the Ramps” and “Slapshot.”
Up-to-date scores and TV times for televised games are available at Yahooligans! Sports a safe-surfing subgroup of the Yahoo search directory.
For kids who love to rattle off records about their favorite sports, the World Almanac for Kids’ sports section serves up cool feats, facts and firsts plus a directory of hall-of-famers, medalists and champions.
For kids who play team sports, consider getting your team or league to post its own free or low-cost Web page at www.infosports.net. You can upload rosters, pictures and newsletters and list information on upcoming tournaments.
Parents can pick up tips on how to make playing sports a good experience at the National Alliance for Youth Sports site.
As more and more moms become their children’s coaches, mothers are seeking ways to network about coaching techniques, sports skills and team spirit. Join the online moms involved in youth sports, at MomsTeam.com, where articles, a chat room and message board keep sports moms connected.
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