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Youth Softball

Medford Youth Softball Email:
Spring Season: 
Duration: April- June (Winter clinics in February & March)
Divisions: 14U, 12U, 10U, 7U (basically K through 9th grade)
Summer Season:
Duration: July-August through MiddleEssex Summer League
Divisions: 18U, 14U, 12U, 10U
Fall Season:
Duration: September-October through Buddy Brooks Fall League
Divisions: 18U, 14U, 12U, 10U 

Medford Youth Baseball (Ages 4-15)

Cal Ripken Contact: Michael Powers- President
Phone: (781) 866-9162

Medford Little League and Babe Ruth now combined. To register for baseball, plevisit the new website

Spring Season:
Duration April - June
Summer Season: 
Duration July - August
Fall Season: 
Duration September - October
(clinic) and Fall Ball  
Winter Season:
December - March (Clinic Sessions)

Youth Programs in the Fells

Friends of Middlesex Fells Reservation

Medford Jr. Mustangs

Medford Jr. Mustangs Email:
Medford Jr. Mustangs offers Flag Football for grades 1-4 and takle beginning grades 5-8. All practices are held at Carr Park.

Medford Soccer Club

Medford Youth Soccer Email:

Medford Youth Hockey

Medford Youth Hockey Email:

Medford Rec Hockey- Figure Skating Program

Contact: Roberta Bailey
(781) 395-2155,
All inclusive 20 week program starts mid-Oct through mid-Mar.
Saturday morning 10:00 - 11:50 am LoConte Rink
USFS Learn to Skate Badge Program children ages 4 - 18
End of year Skating Show.

Medford Community Schools

Medford Community Schools Contact: Maloney
489 Winthrop Street
Medford, Massachusetts 02155
Phone: (781) 393-2225
Medford Community Schools offers a wide variety of programs within Medford High School. Please visit this website for more information regarding gymnastics, swim lessons, and the pool schedule at the High School.

Medford Family Network

Contact: Marie Cassidy
Phone: (781) 393-2106
The Medford Family Network (MFN) of the Medford Public Schools is a family support and parenting education program that is available to every child and caregiver who lives or works in Medford with at least one child prenatal through age seven. It is funded by the Massachusetts Department of Early Education and Care (Coordinated Family and Community Engagement Grant), the Children’s Trust (Massachusetts Family Center Grant), and the Friends of the Medford Family Network Corp.
The goal of the MFN is to create a strong web of support for all families of young children. This is accomplished by making community connections in three ways: (1) connecting families to families; (2) fostering family contact with community resources; and (3) building collaborative relationships among community agencies.
The activities of the Medford Family Network are rooted in The Five Protective Factors (see These five factors include: parental resilience, social connections, knowledge of parenting and child development, concrete support in times of need, and children’s social and emotional development.

Lakota YouthStay

Lakota YouthStay Contact: Joy Harris
Lakota YouthStay is an enriched homestay program for Native American youth, ages 10 to 15-yrs old, from the Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota. The program connects Lakota youth in July each year with welcoming hosts in the Greater Medford area for 9 days of exploration and discovery, building friendships and engagement through shared activities of interest.