Updated 12:00 a.m., Sun May 21, 2017
PHOTO BY: William Harvey

Bryant Parks and Recreation is forming a new adult kickball league with games scheduled to begin in June. Keith Cox, a member of the Bryant Parks and Rec team, pitches to a kicker during a practice at Bishop Park in Bryant.

Adult kickball coming to Bryant Parks and Recreation

For the first time, the Bryant Parks and Recreation Department will host an adult kickball league this summer. League games, which will take place Monday nights from June 5 to Aug. 7, will feature teams of 10. The season will finish up with a single-elimination playoff. “We are trying to go with some new programming,” said Chet Dycus, athletic and program coordinator for the department. “We offer basketball and volleyball, but we were t... READ MORE

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