Welcome to my new website! Please join me this winter for all the sports fun and fitness your family can handle!! I guarantee my new programs will instill confidence and build self-esteem in your child. CDG Sports programs were specifically designed with your child in mind. I take an approach from a kid's point of view - their goals, desires, needs and how we can best meet them. My business motto is "Sports for All, All for Fun". Together let's help our kids stay active, healthy and strong, now and for the future. Coach Dave Gray, CDG Sports
Join CDG Sports Events, Franklin Park Borough, and Coach Dave Gray as we host the fun side of winter in our annual Winterfest 2015! From Sled Riding to Flag Football in the snow, there is something for every kid to enjoy! Be sure to bring your own sled.
February 16, 10:00am – 2:00pm
6-12 years old
Blueberry Hill Park Activity Center
$40 resident/$45 non-resident
Outdoor Activities (weather permitting!!)
Sled Riding (provided we have snow!) Snowman Building Competition (again, provided that we have snow!) Winter Olympics Flag Football Snowball Launches (and, yes…provided that we have snow!) Indoor Activities
Pre-registration is REQUIRED, space is limited CLICK HERE
I’m Coach Cody, and Coach Dave’s right hand man for nearly two years now, and have loved it every step of the way! From the sunny days at summer camp to the icy cold training days of Ready, Set, Run, I’ve been there through it all. My experience has been nothing short of spectacular. After graduating from Penn State University and beginning to work at CDG Sports, I have had the opportunity to work with many amazing children of the community. I bring all the enthusiasm, encouragement, and experience to programs I teach, whether it’s a fun and games Kindergarten class, or one of my athletic development classes. I believe in finding and fostering a passion in a sport that will keep you active is crucial to a lifetime of wellness. I look forward in continuing to work with the children of the Pittsburgh area. P.S. Keep an eye out for a biking program to come to the area, Coach Cody is an avid mountain biker and can’t wait to introduce your children to the ins and outs of the wonderful world of cycling.
Published by Jill Cueni Cohen, North Hills Monthly
Who doesn’t love winter sports? Downhill and cross-country skiing, snowboarding, snowshoeing, hockey, and ice skating…even jogging takes on a different vibe when you’re cruising along at 10-below and the snow starts to fall.
Sports and Courts is expanding to become an even greater multifaceted sports complex by adding two new structures. In October, we will break ground to add a new 8900 square foot gym to our existing building – complete with a regulation-size basketball court, futsal court, batting cages, turf for field sports and a workout area.
Additionally, Sports and Courts will be building a new 2400 square foot building to accommodate our new partner, Lyneil Mitchell, DPT of Revolution Physical Therapy. We hope to have construction completed by year-end and look forward to the additional capacity this brings to our complex to serve the community.
CDG Sports is pleased to provide KinderSports, a multi-faceted kindergarten enrichment sports program. Based on the philosophy that children learn through play and experience, KinderSports is designed to spark children’s interest in a variety of sports and activities while they grow in confidence and self-esteem.
KinderSports activities will vary each class to help children develop new perspectives. A wide selection of sports activities, equipment and experiences promote many new skills and interests.
Stephanie Strasburg | Tribune-Review Hayden Reisinger, 7, of Mars, throws a football at a basketball hoop as his buddy Jack Mueller (behind left), 6, of Mars, watches with a smile at the opening of Sports and Courts in Wexford on Saturday. The indoor sports complex will be the home to a variety of sports programs, and will also be available for birthday parties and practices, pick-up games, and other sports related events.
By Doug Gulasy Published: Wednesday, Dec. 11, 2013, 9:00 p.m.
With his oldest and youngest sons about 15 years apart in age, Glenn Foglio saw how much technology changed in recent years — and how easily it could change children’s priorities when it comes to staying active.
“I remember (my two older sons) having (a PlayStation) maybe when they were 16,” said Foglio, 53, of Pine. “(Youngest son) Alex had PlayStation when he was 4. And he has an iPad, and he has an iPod. That’s the big change — the technology — and I think that’s the part that has people sitting in too much.”
Youth fitness — or lack thereof — is a growing problem worldwide. A study led by a University of South Australia researcher recently found that children aren’t running as fast or as far as they once did, for example.
Introducing Coach Dave’s newest sports party package…ULTIMATE NERF BATTLE!
Prepare for Battle. Nerf is the latest craze to have taken America by storm. CDG Sports is proud to offer kids the coolest birthday party they ever will have! Nerf Battles are completely safe, fun, and competitive activity which involves foam firing blasters. Safety goggles must be worn and are provided for each participant. We will organize team games and challenges plus test individual skills at target practice and shoot outs.
Ultimate Nerf Battle Package details:
• Boys and girls ages 7 years and up
• Up to 18 Nerf Blasters provided
• All blasters, vests and ammo provided by CDG Sports
• Safety goggles provided for every participant (full eye coverage)
• Enough foam shooting discs/darts for everyone
• Barricades and obstacles
• All the Nerf Battle games and activities
• 1 hour of Nerf Battles and 30 minutes in party room package available
I guarantee a party of NERF-themed awesomeness your child will always remember! Book your party today! Please fill out and submit the form found on the Birthday Party Package tab above. You will be contacted to discuss party dates and details!
Students should be doing at least 60 minutes of vigorous or moderate-intensity physical activity at school, with more than half of the activity occurring during regular educational hours.
Kids need to break a sweat at school.
Students should be doing at least 60 minutes of vigorous or moderate-intensity physical activity at school, with more than half of the activity occurring during regular educational hours and the remaining amount before and after school, says a report released Thursday by the Institute of Medicine.
By Toby Brooks, PhD, LAT, ATC, CSCS, YFS-3 Director of Research & Education, IYCA In today’s tight-budget, high stakes, teach-to-the-test world of secondary education, states and districts have largely forced traditional physical education to the wayside. The reasons seem logical: the cash-strapped district can save money on PE teacher salaries and equipment while simultaneously injecting […]
"We had Coach Dave Gray come for Matthew's birthday party. I can't say enough good things about him and his parties. I think it was the best birthday party we've ever had. He was fantastic!" - Pittsburgh Mom Pittsburgh Mom Facebook page.
Features a Superbowl 49er's wide receiver. Kids take their best aim and throw the football just like their favorite NFL QB. Tons of fun for kids of all ages. QB Toss can be added to your sports party package! See Birthday Party Package page for more info.