Consistent with Governor Walz's executive order, Andover Athletic Association programs will pause effective midnight Friday night. The AAA board is evaluating options for its current programs, namely the Girls In-House Basketball program and will communicate with families as our options for the remainder of the season become clear.
As we head into the fall sports season, we have a few updates and announcements:
Congratulations and best wishes to all 2020 seniors as they are embarking on their next phase of life!
On behalf of the AAA Board,
Ted Butler, President and Track & Field Director
Andover Athletic Association is pleased to bring fall sports to area youth in a manner consistent with Minnesota Department of Health guidelines. Registrations are up and running for the following sports:
Registration in our programs is risk-free. Full or partial refunds will be offered if the season is unable to be played due to changing health guidance.
Andover Athletic Association continues to grow. We have over 2,000 male and female athletes playing a variety of sports. Track and Field returned a few years ago, and we have now added Cross-Country in 2017. Andover Athletic Association added Girls Volleyball a few years ago, and we added High School Boys Volleyball in 2018. We continue to offer Boys and Girls Basketball, Slowpitch Softball, Fastpitch Softball, and Co-Ed High School Softball. Andover Athletic Association has been going strong for 30+ years. Our Association offers an affordable, fun way for kids to get involved with sports. They meet new friends and learn new skills.
So keep your child involved and get yourself involved. Is there a sport you are interested in, but have no association (tennis, golf, …) Please contact the AAA board with any suggestions. Our goal is provide opportunities for the youth in Andover and surrounding area.
Providing recreational youth sports programs that maximize fun, facilitate friendships and memories, provide equal opportunities regardless of ability, build respect and confidence, promote sportsmanship and teamwork and encourage physical fitness.
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