Koa is committed to shaping kids’ lives through sports. Koa aims to develop each child to their full potential as an athlete and a person both in the classroom, in competition, and anything in between.
Navigating the world of youth sports can be difficult, stressful, tiring, and downright confusing. We provide both parents and athletes a plan and cradle to grave solutions for athletes 4 to 18 years old. We don’t want you to go it alone…that’s what we’re here for, please trust our timeline, we don't offer overnight success.
Koa means strength and we challenge all of our athletes to find their inner champion. Adversity is inevitable, but with hard work it will just make one stronger. Our goal is to build resilience in all of our athletes. Player development is our focus, chasing trophies is not.
Josh Davis Male Winner
Josh Davis Male Winner - Andre Marin
Andre is an exemplary young man, and a prime example of the style of character that we look to place in our program. Andre arrives early and ready to work whenever his team is in action. Understanding that baseball is reliant on chemistry, Andre recently joined our travel baseball program and fitted right in without missing a beat. That is a testament to him and his support system, who we are proud to call Koa family. Andre is looking to make an impact at Northwest High School in the future, and we can't wait to be there every step of the way.
Josh Davis Female Winner
Josh Davis Female Winner - Jasmine Pegues
The field hockey department is honored to give the Josh Davids Award to Jasmine Pegues, she truly embodies what this award is all about. Jasmine started her field hockey career in our rec league program and our clinics. She has continued to grow since then, seeking every opportunity to improve herself in the sport. Jasmine always shows up to every practice, private lesson, scrimmage, or speed and agility class with her work boots on. Her determination and passion she puts into practices and field hockey events are inspiring to her teammates and remind us as coaches why we love to coach. Congratulations Jasmine, an award well desired!