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The Gazette (Colorado Springs, Colorado)

 



Owners of SoccerHaus, an indoor soccer complex in northwest Colorado Springs are expanding into youth sports with a franchise from Chicago-area-based Hi-Five Sports to operate youth sports classes, leagues, after-school programs and camps for children age 18 months to 14 years.

The local franchise plans to offer its first set of 50-minute classes including flag football, T-ball baseball and "school-yard" sports beginning Aug. 26 at SoccerHaus, 4845 List Drive, said Brent Riding, chief operating officer of SoccerHaus and one of five partners in the complex and the Hi Five franchise.

Hi-Five also plans to offer daytime classes for pre-school aged children, after-school classes for students, all-day camps on teacher training days when students are off from school and summer camps in a variety of sports, he said.

Shortly after SoccerHaus opened a year ago, SoccerHaus partner Nathan Evans said he began researching businesses that offer youth sports classes and camps as a way to get more daytime use from the 48,000-square-foot soccer complex, which has light use in the mornings and early afternoons but heavy use in the late afternoons and evenings for teenager and adult leagues.

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