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Basketball

Teams have been selected!   All practices for the 2017-18 Basketball Season will start this week (11/14 – 11/18)   If you did not sign up but are still interested in playing, please contact the Rincon Rec Department at 912-826-0238 so we can put you on a waiting list. We appreciate everyone who helped and participated with Evaluations, and we are looking forward to a great season ahead!   Thank...

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Parents – Rules of Conduct

Parents – Rules of Conduct

Dear Parents, Coaches and Spectators, We would like to remind you once again about the code of ethics that you signed when registering your child to play with the Rincon Recreation Department.  Unsportsmanlike attitudes will NOT be tolerated toward players, coaches, official or any rec staff member.  Foul language at anytime will also NOT be tolerated.   If you are seen acting in this manner you will be asked to leave the park and serve a game suspension.  After the second violation, you will be banned from the park for the remainder of that season in progress. Remember it takes effort on everyone’s part in order to provide a safe and healthy environment for the youth in our community.  You must be willing to put the emotional and physical well being of the players and kids ahead of any personal desire to win. You should always provide nothing but positive support to all involved in the game. Thanks, Rincon Recreation Staff   Remember: 1.These are Kids 2.This is a Game 3.The Coaches are Volunteers 4.The Officials are Human 5.This is Not the World Series...

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Rincon Recreation App

Rincon Recreation App

Rincon Recreation Department has a new app to keep you informed! Look for us on Apple and Android...

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Both boys and girls won State!

Both boys and girls won State!

Congratulations to Rincon All Stars! Both boys and girls won State! Article originally published by WJCL.com RINCON, Ga.  (WJCL) Every athlete dreams of winning a state championship.  But, some Rincon kids are starting earlier than others. Last weekend, both the 8U baseball and softball all-star teams from the Rincon Recreation Department claimed Georgia Recreation and Park Association State Championships. “It felt exciting, some of us cried and we were all hugging each other,” says Connor Griffin. “It means a lot to me cause our team played so well all this year,” adds Michael Hesling. While baseball and softball success is nothing new on the fields in Effingham County, the dual state championship wins claimed over the weekend in Cordele was a historic happening in Effingham County. “It means a lot because we were actually the first girls team to come in first,” says Sabrina Alvarado.  “We worked hard to get here.” “We are warriors,” says Dru Futch. Hitting the fields hours away from home didn’t phase these young ball players.  Both squads played with poise and a purpose on their way to being crowned the best in the Peach State. “We got better every game,” says Josh Ford.  “We didn’t really win that many tournament, but we won the one that mattered the...

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