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HCA Midwest Health wants to remind you that as youth sports start back up in some communities, remember these steps to help keep players, coaches and families safer​ during the COVID-19 pandemic: Before the sports season starts: Check to make sure sports and recreation activities are approved by your local and state government. Understand the […]


Agility, or the ability to react quickly to change without losing your balance, is an important skill not only for playing sports, but also for everyday living. Strength training helps improve agility, but so do balance and coordination exercises. Simple moves include standing on one foot, standing on tiptoe and walking heel to toe. Specific […]

Effective July 27, 2020 Families, coaches, players and staff, Our top priority is to get back on the field in the safest way possible for our players, referees and coaches. We appreciate the adjustments you have made to handle recent changes and are grateful for your patience as we determine the safest route for our […]

07/28/2020 News

Playing sports offers plenty of fitness and other developmental benefits for kids, but injuries are common. Every year, more than 2.6 million U.S. children aged 19 and under are treated in the ER for sports- and recreation-related injuries. If your child plays team sports, start by vetting the qualifications of the coaches. A questionnaire-based study […]

07/13/2020 News

Olathe, KS – The Heartland Soccer Tournament Series is excited to announce a new pre-season soccer tournament to be played from July 31st to August 2nd at GARMIN Olathe Soccer Complex, featuring three games for all teams at a massively reduced registration fee. The inaugural Heartland Fall Friendlies will be a perfect opportunity for your […]

07/09/2020 News
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