Bella and Henley Christy look at a 6th grade basketball team that was so successful in their own age group, they decided to start playing older kids to improve their skills and the results were positive.
This Month Bella and Henley Christy look at the 10-11 year old Lubbock Steelers, who had to travel and win games in Brownfield, Denver, Colorado, Dallas and College Station to bring home a Pop Warner Regional Title.
This month Bella & Henley Christy head out to the Lubbock Soccer Association games and spotlight the U9 Crew. These girls have been playing for 4-5 years already and they showed off their soccer skills
This month, Bella and Henley Christy look at the Upward Bound program at Victory Life. It pairs up the Gridiron with God for kids starting at 5 years old.
Crossfit Kids With the Crossfit Kids program out at crossfit Throne, kids are learning how to get fit in a fun manner. Bella and Henley Christy were pumped up to participate in the 8am workout
Bella and Henley hang out with the Diamond Dolls and look at the Pixie League for 4-6 year olds. If interested in learning about softball, check out SPGFsoftball.com
Bella and Henley look at the fairly new extreme sport for kids, Miniature Bull riding!! The Bulls and Cowboys are smaller, but it's a big time thrill to try and hang on for 8 seconds.
Bella and Henley headed out to Tahoka to check out the first and second grade division of Little Dribblers
With ice hockey no longer available in Lubbock, Bella and Henley look at roller hockey and the youth program at the Skate Ranch. It's fast-paced and fun.
7 year old D'Mya Hill of Honey Elementary won 2 local competitions and the State Championship at Dallas Cowboys Stadium. She then finished 2nd among the winners of the 32 NFL teams in the girls 6-7 year old category. D'Mya now heads to the National Championship at an NFL Playoff game in January. Bella and Henley are honored to share her story.
Bella and Henley Christy went to Pittman's Academy of Martial Arts on 34th Street to check out their Juniors program for 3-6 year olds.
Bella and Henley went out to the North Lubbock Boxing Club and talked to some of the youth learning the sweet science of Boxing and they did some sibling sparring.
Bella and Henley look at the exciting and unpredictable world of t-ball. Henley plays on the Bandits and he looks at his team and learning the game of baseball.
Bella and Henley talk to 2 local gymnasts at Rock Solid Athletics after they competed in the State Championships. With the Summer Olympics in London, gymnastics will be in the spotlight in 2012.
Pop Warner football is now in Lubbock and in their inaugural season, they have over 500 youth on 23 teams. Bella and Henley talked to the Red Raiders of the Pee Wee Division.