Welcome to Koa Sports! As a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, our purpose is Shaping Kids’ Lives Through Sports. With stellar leadership and professionally-trained coaches who embody our four core values — Positive, Dedicated, Team First, Fun — it’s no wonder Koa runs the leading youth sports leagues in Washington, DC, and Montgomery County, MD (Bethesda, Chevy Chase, Silver Spring, Rockville, Gaithersburg, Wheaton, Kensington, Potomac, Glen Echo, Takoma Park). Koa offers baseball, field hockey, basketball, flag football, and summer camp programs.
Pitch Perfect – ok coach Adam may not have Springsteen’s pipes, but this NJ native and Koa Pitching Coach is ready for his next Cy Young candidate! Adam comes to Koa with three years of coaching college ball (2 years at his alma mater Juniata and another at Alma College in Michigan) plus he’s currently the pitching coach at the College of Southern Maryland
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Coach of The Month
Antony is Koa’s Coach of the Month for March, 2019!
Coach Antony is March’s Coach of the Month for March! After a couple of years of re-building, Coach Antony coached his boys back into the 5th Grade Championship in this past winter’s Rising Star League! After Coach Ant’s 5th East team started the first half of the season at 3-3, they went on to win six games in a row, and ultimately, a championship! The 5th East handled the Olney Warriors in the final game and won by 20 points! The win was a long time coming since Coach Ant’s last title when the boys were in 3rd Grade. Keep up the great work Coach and good luck in the spring season!
Athlete of The Month
Max G. is Koa’s Player of the Month for March, 2019!
Max G. is by far one of the favorites among the Koa Flag Football staff. When assigning coaches to teams, many coaches jump at the chance to coach and play with Max. As one of the most charismatic and funny players on the field, he lifts everyone else around them. Don’t let his jokes fool you though, Max works his tail off and can handle himself when playing with the older kids. Max has helped the Ducks off to a great 2-1 start this season.