Plano Sports Authority

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  • 6500 Preston Meadow

    Plano, TX 75024

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  • 972-208-5497

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After reading many of the parents complaint it confirmed to me that I the lack of communication, and the way you are treated by PSA must stop; therefore I decided to share my most recent experience, and letter I just sent to them. After learning my son was a target for many teams. Dear Psa,
I have overall been exceedingly happy with the services at your facilities. However, while observing basketball games, I have noticed despicable behavior exhibited by the coaches. Being a mother of 4 and an avid basketball fan I know good defense and obvious over exertion of physical force. Lately I've been noticing an increasing approval from coaches to promote aggression however this leaves the interpretation to the children to understand their meaning of aggression. Therefore the coaches promotion and approval of kids being aggressive on the court leads to extreme violence. I find it extremely irritating hearing the over zealous coaches scream to ten year old players "put your elbows out" "get tough" "get mean" "trap him" "push him out". Therefore I find it in the best interest of all parents who enroll their child in your programs to write this email to you. I fully understand the waiver I sign and in no means attend to break it. My purpose is to draw attention to the matter. A prime example would be today, Saturday (5/16/15), my son was injured due to aggression by #32 on the team "Team First". I don't assume that he meant to purposely hurt him. However the aggression presented by the player was identical to what the coach was promoting. I find that the injury was caused by support of extreme aggression shown in the coach. Throughout the game extreme aggression from their team seemed to be pleasing to the coach, he often greeted the sight of over aggression with hand clapping, cheering and jumping. I understand basketball and the way of the game. However, I don't understand the need of extreme aggression found in 5th grade basketball games. Please take everything I've written to heart and expand on the problem I presented.

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After reading many of the parents complaint it confirmed to me that I the lack of communication, and the way you are treated by PSA must stop; therefore I decided to share my most recent experience, and letter I just sent to them. After learning my son was a target for many teams. Dear Psa,
I have overall been exceedingly happy with the services at your facilities. However, while observing basketball games, I have noticed despicable behavior exhibited by the coaches. Being a mother of 4 and an avid basketball fan I know good defense and obvious over exertion of physical force. Lately I've been noticing an increasing approval from coaches to promote aggression however this leaves the interpretation to the children to understand their meaning of aggression. Therefore the coaches promotion and approval of kids being aggressive on the court leads to extreme violence. I find it extremely irritating hearing the over zealous coaches scream to ten year old players "put your elbows out" "get tough" "get mean" "trap him" "push him out". Therefore I find it in the best interest of all parents who enroll their child in your programs to write this email to you. I fully understand the waiver I sign and in no means attend to break it. My purpose is to draw attention to the matter. A prime example would be today, Saturday (5/16/15), my son was injured due to aggression by #32 on the team "Team First". I don't assume that he meant to purposely hurt him. However the aggression presented by the player was identical to what the coach was promoting. I find that the injury was caused by support of extreme aggression shown in the coach. Throughout the game extreme aggression from their team seemed to be pleasing to the coach, he often greeted the sight of over aggression with hand clapping, cheering and jumping. I understand basketball and the way of the game. However, I don't understand the need of extreme aggression found in 5th grade basketball games. Please take everything I've written to heart and expand on the problem I presented.

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I have taken my daughter here for the last couple of years. She loves the flexi-camp and always raves about how much she enjoys it. Unfortunately, the office staff is inconsiderate and unprofessional.

I paid for 3 days of flexi-camp in Murphy; however, the camp was canceled canceled for several days due to low enrollment. After making numerous phone calls and leaving messages for Susan at PSA 1 and T.J. Martin at PSA Murphy, I have neither received a return phone call nor a credit to my account for the day we were unable to use. The front desk workers are generally unfriendly but unhelpful. One told me that I would neither receive a refund nor a credit for a future camp session. Susan, who I believe is the general manager, later passed messages to me through the front desk worker rather than speak to me when I called to check on the status of the refund.

Be very careful about charging multiple camp days to your credit card in advance. If there is an issue, you will not receive any assistance.

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I have taken my daughter here for the last couple of years. She loves the flexi-camp and always raves about how much she enjoys it. Unfortunately, the office staff is inconsiderate and unprofessional.

I paid for 3 days of flexi-camp in Murphy; however, the camp was canceled canceled for several days due to low enrollment. After making numerous phone calls and leaving messages for Susan at PSA 1 and T.J. Martin at PSA Murphy, I have neither received a return phone call nor a credit to my account for the day we were unable to use. The front desk workers are generally unfriendly but unhelpful. One told me that I would neither receive a refund nor a credit for a future camp session. Susan, who I believe is the general manager, later passed messages to me through the front desk worker rather than speak to me when I called to check on the status of the refund.

Be very careful about charging multiple camp days to your credit card in advance. If there is an issue, you will not receive any assistance.

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PSA is awesome! I played PSA softball as a kid, and all three of my children play sports through this great organization. PSA is all about the kids; their facilities are state-of-the-art and their staff is always friendly and helpful. The soccer program is one of the best recreational programs in the state; my kids get to play with their friends and also form new friendships through the variety of programs and camps that they participate in at PSA.

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PSA is awesome! I played PSA softball as a kid, and all three of my children play sports through this great organization. PSA is all about the kids; their facilities are state-of-the-art and their staff is always friendly and helpful. The soccer program is one of the best recreational programs in the state; my kids get to play with their friends and also form new friendships through the variety of programs and camps that they participate in at PSA.

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My kids have played at PSA for years and we've had a very enjoyable experience. We've played volleyball, basketball and softball. Their facilities are beautiful, their leagues are very well organized and we've always gotten great customer service. I always recommend PSA to all of my friends.

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My kids have played at PSA for years and we've had a very enjoyable experience. We've played volleyball, basketball and softball. Their facilities are beautiful, their leagues are very well organized and we've always gotten great customer service. I always recommend PSA to all of my friends.

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Run and do not walk away from this organization and go to Russell Creek YMCA. Check out their BBB ranting of "F". I enrolled my 5 year old daughter in t-ball in spring 2012 for $80. When I was assigned a coach I found we were assigned to a Pete B. I searched him on the Internet and found his Facebook page and discovered his ultra conservative views. Unless you are a white evangelical, he hates you. Against liberals, minorities, and gays. His Facebook page filled with hate speech. Contacted PSA to try to get transferred to another team and NEVER received a response despite multiple attempts. We ended up enrolling in the YMCA and had a fantastic experience. Complained to the BBB and as PSA failed to respond to several letters and based on prior complaints they were given an "F" . All I wanted was transferring to a new team. As a result, I wasted $80 there and had a very hard time getting off of the coach's wife's email list "blessings!". While the PSA probably conducts criminal history checks on volunteers, they should conduct a 5 minute search as I did to find out the intolerance and hatred of its volunteers. I continue to monitorm Pete B's FB pages and I am astounded at his hatred and intolerance of minorities. Plano is made up of moot only Anglos, but also Hispanic (as my adopted daughters), African Americans, Asian and middle Eastern individuals. Consider y.ourself warned!!!

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Run and do not walk away from this organization and go to Russell Creek YMCA. Check out their BBB ranting of "F". I enrolled my 5 year old daughter in t-ball in spring 2012 for $80. When I was assigned a coach I found we were assigned to a Pete B. I searched him on the Internet and found his Facebook page and discovered his ultra conservative views. Unless you are a white evangelical, he hates you. Against liberals, minorities, and gays. His Facebook page filled with hate speech. Contacted PSA to try to get transferred to another team and NEVER received a response despite multiple attempts. We ended up enrolling in the YMCA and had a fantastic experience. Complained to the BBB and as PSA failed to respond to several letters and based on prior complaints they were given an "F" . All I wanted was transferring to a new team. As a result, I wasted $80 there and had a very hard time getting off of the coach's wife's email list "blessings!". While the PSA probably conducts criminal history checks on volunteers, they should conduct a 5 minute search as I did to find out the intolerance and hatred of its volunteers. I continue to monitorm Pete B's FB pages and I am astounded at his hatred and intolerance of minorities. Plano is made up of moot only Anglos, but also Hispanic (as my adopted daughters), African Americans, Asian and middle Eastern individuals. Consider y.ourself warned!!!

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A Plano Sports Authority coach has recruited players from existing teams in the Garland Soccer Association. Taking kids away from games with a team they are already signed up for leaves those recreational teams short of players harming many other kids who want to play soccer. This can lead to established teams facing forfeiting games or playing short handed.
PSA will not send schedules to the other coaches or leagues with North Texas Soccer, nor will they work with other leagues to schedule games so the kids can play on their home teams and with them without conflicts. PSA teams engaging in this practice should be barred from playing in any other soccer events. Their coaches engaging in this dispicable conduct should be held accountable.
Sorry PSA, but kids from Garland aren't playing on teams in their own home and school area. You are stealing players with the sole purpose of winning no matter the cost to everyone effected and it is dishonest, dirty and unethical.

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A Plano Sports Authority coach has recruited players from existing teams in the Garland Soccer Association. Taking kids away from games with a team they are already signed up for leaves those recreational teams short of players harming many other kids who want to play soccer. This can lead to established teams facing forfeiting games or playing short handed.
PSA will not send schedules to the other coaches or leagues with North Texas Soccer, nor will they work with other leagues to schedule games so the kids can play on their home teams and with them without conflicts. PSA teams engaging in this practice should be barred from playing in any other soccer events. Their coaches engaging in this dispicable conduct should be held accountable.
Sorry PSA, but kids from Garland aren't playing on teams in their own home and school area. You are stealing players with the sole purpose of winning no matter the cost to everyone effected and it is dishonest, dirty and unethical.

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We moved here from out of state and thought the tackle football and flag football leagues would be stellar given the size of Plano. It has been extremely frustrating figuring out practice and game schedules. In fall 2009, my son's 4-th grade tackle team had to practice on different fields during the week (this was not the result of the rains). The football Jamboree over Labor Day weekend was held based on which teams paid the extra cost--can you imagine how that was processed? We had to collect money and also deal with the fact that even after the deadline, other teams were still promising to bring in money to play. Our own game time was changed 3 times leaving our families absolutely no way to plan our weekend. It's a complete nightmare to get a schedule in advance.

When I wrote to PSA asking for the season schedule, I only received the pat answer of "Our volunteers are working hard." But somehow, they don't really show that they care about a customer's complaint. I don't understand--how do other leagues draw up a full season's schedule in advance while we here in Plano don't find out till nearly the first game? Some leagues even provide both a schedule AND a makeup game schedule in advance. you can't control the weather, but why can't Plano put the schedule together with enough notice to be helpful.

Here's the kicker: Today, on Mother's Day, I get an email from the flag football coach that our playoff game has been scheduled for 5 pm. On Mother's Day. We have 6:30 pm reservations. Were we supposed to just wait all season before scheduling anything. I mean, we weren't even told that playoffs could happen on Mother's Day. Just got notified the morning of. Why on earth are ANY games scheduled for today?

I would love to stay with Plano since the location is good, but unfortunately, my overall experience is negative.

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We moved here from out of state and thought the tackle football and flag football leagues would be stellar given the size of Plano. It has been extremely frustrating figuring out practice and game schedules. In fall 2009, my son's 4-th grade tackle team had to practice on different fields during the week (this was not the result of the rains). The football Jamboree over Labor Day weekend was held based on which teams paid the extra cost--can you imagine how that was processed? We had to collect money and also deal with the fact that even after the deadline, other teams were still promising to bring in money to play. Our own game time was changed 3 times leaving our families absolutely no way to plan our weekend. It's a complete nightmare to get a schedule in advance.

When I wrote to PSA asking for the season schedule, I only received the pat answer of "Our volunteers are working hard." But somehow, they don't really show that they care about a customer's complaint. I don't understand--how do other leagues draw up a full season's schedule in advance while we here in Plano don't find out till nearly the first game? Some leagues even provide both a schedule AND a makeup game schedule in advance. you can't control the weather, but why can't Plano put the schedule together with enough notice to be helpful.

Here's the kicker: Today, on Mother's Day, I get an email from the flag football coach that our playoff game has been scheduled for 5 pm. On Mother's Day. We have 6:30 pm reservations. Were we supposed to just wait all season before scheduling anything. I mean, we weren't even told that playoffs could happen on Mother's Day. Just got notified the morning of. Why on earth are ANY games scheduled for today?

I would love to stay with Plano since the location is good, but unfortunately, my overall experience is negative.

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PSA makes so much money on their basketball program that they opened PSA 2. But for that money, they crame games in every hour, no matter what which leads to problems.

Some of that money should go to improving the officiating so the kids have a good experience. I have heard the compliant time and time again - why aren't they calling fouls? And yes, it goes both ways. By calling fouls (when actually committed) the boys learn better technique and proper basketball.

If you watch the coaches, some of them scream at the refs which intimidates most of them. And then you see calls going to that coach. Watch a few games and you'll see for yourself.

PSA has a rule, 1 Technical and you miss a game. But in 3 years I have NEVER once seen a coach "T'd" even when they are screaming at the refs or parents. They are so worried about giving a coach a "T" "getting sued", that they will not "T" up a coach. So too many times it turns into jungle ball.

If you're trying to teach your kids proper basketball technique, rules and play, PSA isn't the best. Good competition, but most of the refs, not all, should be reffing kindergarten.

They run games every hour and if they're behind they are always trying to catch up...."don't call fouls".

If Frisco Field House or another organization would get their stuff together, I think you'd see a lot of teams or parents move their kids.

ASA has better refs, but not the competition. Get your son and play tournaments for better refs, games and experience.

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PSA makes so much money on their basketball program that they opened PSA 2. But for that money, they crame games in every hour, no matter what which leads to problems.

Some of that money should go to improving the officiating so the kids have a good experience. I have heard the compliant time and time again - why aren't they calling fouls? And yes, it goes both ways. By calling fouls (when actually committed) the boys learn better technique and proper basketball.

If you watch the coaches, some of them scream at the refs which intimidates most of them. And then you see calls going to that coach. Watch a few games and you'll see for yourself.

PSA has a rule, 1 Technical and you miss a game. But in 3 years I have NEVER once seen a coach "T'd" even when they are screaming at the refs or parents. They are so worried about giving a coach a "T" "getting sued", that they will not "T" up a coach. So too many times it turns into jungle ball.

If you're trying to teach your kids proper basketball technique, rules and play, PSA isn't the best. Good competition, but most of the refs, not all, should be reffing kindergarten.

They run games every hour and if they're behind they are always trying to catch up...."don't call fouls".

If Frisco Field House or another organization would get their stuff together, I think you'd see a lot of teams or parents move their kids.

ASA has better refs, but not the competition. Get your son and play tournaments for better refs, games and experience.

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I am 42 years old and played all of my sports through PSA as a youngster. I have always been impressed with PSA and now my own child has been playing PSA for several years. I have had the experience of dealing with PSA from 3 different angles: as a youngster playing sports, now as a parent, and as a family with several members whom volunteer their time to coach for PSA. I truly have seen the organization from different angles and feel I am far more qualified to judge the organization. I know that PSA's main focus is the children. I appreciate that there is an organization in Plano like this. I always enjoyed playing for PSA and my child will continue to play PSA as long as we continue to participate in sports.

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I am 42 years old and played all of my sports through PSA as a youngster. I have always been impressed with PSA and now my own child has been playing PSA for several years. I have had the experience of dealing with PSA from 3 different angles: as a youngster playing sports, now as a parent, and as a family with several members whom volunteer their time to coach for PSA. I truly have seen the organization from different angles and feel I am far more qualified to judge the organization. I know that PSA's main focus is the children. I appreciate that there is an organization in Plano like this. I always enjoyed playing for PSA and my child will continue to play PSA as long as we continue to participate in sports.

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My daughter's winter YMCA basketball team joined PSA for their summer league. The price for 8 games was very high compared to other leagues, but we were told it was the "quality" of the play that justified the high prices. Unfortunately, there was only one league for the 3rd grade girls, which placed ALL skill levels together. And the refs were sub par. It was as though they did not want to call fouls because it would stop the clock and then they would not stay on schedule. Not a good learning environment for young kids. Overall, the girls had a good time, but we will likely join a different program next summer.

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My daughter's winter YMCA basketball team joined PSA for their summer league. The price for 8 games was very high compared to other leagues, but we were told it was the "quality" of the play that justified the high prices. Unfortunately, there was only one league for the 3rd grade girls, which placed ALL skill levels together. And the refs were sub par. It was as though they did not want to call fouls because it would stop the clock and then they would not stay on schedule. Not a good learning environment for young kids. Overall, the girls had a good time, but we will likely join a different program next summer.

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PSA offers a wide variety of sports for the kids. My grandkids have played different sports through PSA and have been very satisfied with the outcome. The price is a little high for what they offer. The refs could use more training and I think the registration process could be better. Would recommend others to utilize PSA.

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PSA offers a wide variety of sports for the kids. My grandkids have played different sports through PSA and have been very satisfied with the outcome. The price is a little high for what they offer. The refs could use more training and I think the registration process could be better. Would recommend others to utilize PSA.

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PSA offers a facility with many sporting activities for kids. Most cities do not have such a large place with such diverse activities, so we are fortunate in one sense. The indoor location is great because weather is not a factor at all.

That said, because they have a virtual monopoly, you have to deal with high prices, poor customer service and inept workers who are not always enthusiastic about their jobs.

My kids have taken ice skating lessons, so my background is mainly from that. The skating classes fill up quickly because of the huge demand. Thus, there's very little incentive for them to improve. The teachers are a mixed bag. Some truly care. Others are there fishing for private lesson clients. There is very little feedback to parents about what the kids should work on. You find out on the day they are tested, what they should work on for the next session. To be fair, the feedback mechanism is the same at all the regional Dr. Pepper StarCenter facilities.

The front office is disorganized, inefficient, and have arbitrary policies. For example, you cannot get public skating stickers until 15 minutes before public skating starts. Why do we all have to line up right before public skating starts? Why can't those that are there for their kid's skating class get their stickers earlier?

They have two computers on which the front office staff can register you for skating, with apparently one printer for receipts. God help you if one is down or the printer won't work. In this day when PCs cost $300 and printers are $50, I cannot for the life of me figure out why they don't upgrade with more/reliable equipment.

I would strongly suggest that no one register on their website. They do not use SSL and it has been that way for years. In other words, your credit card info is transmitted in the clear (unencrypted) to PSA. There is no indication of this on their website. Who knows how secure your data is once it gets there, and whether every disgruntled employee has access to it.

The schedules on their website is NEVER up to date in the last few years that we've been going there. Furthermore, the front office sometimes gives out inaccurate information about classes. When confronted about the misinformation, there's finger pointing and no resolution.

I've heard other parents complain about the organization being about maximizing profits. They also complain about the time for practice and games that is unilaterally assigned, without consulting team members. If the time works, good for you; otherwise, too bad. I guess sports participants better not be involved in anything else to play at PSA.

I continue to take my kids there due to limited choices, but be aware of the price you have to pay.

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★★★☆☆

PSA offers a facility with many sporting activities for kids. Most cities do not have such a large place with such diverse activities, so we are fortunate in one sense. The indoor location is great because weather is not a factor at all.

That said, because they have a virtual monopoly, you have to deal with high prices, poor customer service and inept workers who are not always enthusiastic about their jobs.

My kids have taken ice skating lessons, so my background is mainly from that. The skating classes fill up quickly because of the huge demand. Thus, there's very little incentive for them to improve. The teachers are a mixed bag. Some truly care. Others are there fishing for private lesson clients. There is very little feedback to parents about what the kids should work on. You find out on the day they are tested, what they should work on for the next session. To be fair, the feedback mechanism is the same at all the regional Dr. Pepper StarCenter facilities.

The front office is disorganized, inefficient, and have arbitrary policies. For example, you cannot get public skating stickers until 15 minutes before public skating starts. Why do we all have to line up right before public skating starts? Why can't those that are there for their kid's skating class get their stickers earlier?

They have two computers on which the front office staff can register you for skating, with apparently one printer for receipts. God help you if one is down or the printer won't work. In this day when PCs cost $300 and printers are $50, I cannot for the life of me figure out why they don't upgrade with more/reliable equipment.

I would strongly suggest that no one register on their website. They do not use SSL and it has been that way for years. In other words, your credit card info is transmitted in the clear (unencrypted) to PSA. There is no indication of this on their website. Who knows how secure your data is once it gets there, and whether every disgruntled employee has access to it.

The schedules on their website is NEVER up to date in the last few years that we've been going there. Furthermore, the front office sometimes gives out inaccurate information about classes. When confronted about the misinformation, there's finger pointing and no resolution.

I've heard other parents complain about the organization being about maximizing profits. They also complain about the time for practice and games that is unilaterally assigned, without consulting team members. If the time works, good for you; otherwise, too bad. I guess sports participants better not be involved in anything else to play at PSA.

I continue to take my kids there due to limited choices, but be aware of the price you have to pay.

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After reading the reviews on here I was impressed, but then I registered my son for a sports program. Wow, talk about an amateur organization. Their communication is terrible, they lack any sort of organization. Their sports coordinators, well let me just say they are not highly skilled individuals and are better suited to jobs that only require you to figure out which french fries belong to which order.

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After reading the reviews on here I was impressed, but then I registered my son for a sports program. Wow, talk about an amateur organization. Their communication is terrible, they lack any sort of organization. Their sports coordinators, well let me just say they are not highly skilled individuals and are better suited to jobs that only require you to figure out which french fries belong to which order.

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This is a great place to find jersey's or other items that your child needs to play organized sports. It is very expensive, but when you can't find that certain belt or shirt, it is worth coming here to end the search. They also do iron on transfers and are very quick with their turn around time. This is a good place and I would recommend it mostly for those hard to find items. I have gotten some good deals on cleats when they are on sale, so check for those.

PROS: Lots of items
CONS: Expensive

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This is a great place to find jersey's or other items that your child needs to play organized sports. It is very expensive, but when you can't find that certain belt or shirt, it is worth coming here to end the search. They also do iron on transfers and are very quick with their turn around time. This is a good place and I would recommend it mostly for those hard to find items. I have gotten some good deals on cleats when they are on sale, so check for those.

PROS: Lots of items
CONS: Expensive

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Best kids sports place to enroll your kids in. The kids can start playing when they are in Kindergarden and the prices are very cheap. The uniforms are very reasonable as well. They schedule practices around the parents schedules. The games are always on the weekends and snacks are provided by the parents. If a team is being beat to bad, they shut the score board off so that the other team is not discouraged. They have all types of sports, girls and boys.

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Best kids sports place to enroll your kids in. The kids can start playing when they are in Kindergarden and the prices are very cheap. The uniforms are very reasonable as well. They schedule practices around the parents schedules. The games are always on the weekends and snacks are provided by the parents. If a team is being beat to bad, they shut the score board off so that the other team is not discouraged. They have all types of sports, girls and boys.

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I have two sons that both play organized sports, and many times, PSA is the only place to get their uniforms. It's in a run down part of town and the store itself isn't very clean. They usually have what I need, but the prices are sky high and a lot of times, sizes I need are not in stock right away and it takes them forever to order them. They also burned my son's shirt once putting on some numbers and they didn't even offer to pay for it. I still have to shop here but don't if I have another choice in the matter.

PROS: Lots of different choices
CONS: Run down, over priced

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★★★☆☆

I have two sons that both play organized sports, and many times, PSA is the only place to get their uniforms. It's in a run down part of town and the store itself isn't very clean. They usually have what I need, but the prices are sky high and a lot of times, sizes I need are not in stock right away and it takes them forever to order them. They also burned my son's shirt once putting on some numbers and they didn't even offer to pay for it. I still have to shop here but don't if I have another choice in the matter.

PROS: Lots of different choices
CONS: Run down, over priced

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This Dr. Pepper Stars Center is a great place to have your children active in. They offer Football, Flag Football, Cheerleading, Soccer, Softball, Volleyball, Basketball,
Ice Skate School, Inline Hockey, Baseball, Lacrosse, Ice Hockey, Golf, Swimming, and more. This is a large establishment that can house many sports at once. The kids have a good time and they are safe. They offer different camps during the summer and have good coaches!! Prices are reasonable to play sports. Location is West Plano between Spring Valley and Legacy on Preston Meadow (West of Coit).

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★★★★★

This Dr. Pepper Stars Center is a great place to have your children active in. They offer Football, Flag Football, Cheerleading, Soccer, Softball, Volleyball, Basketball,
Ice Skate School, Inline Hockey, Baseball, Lacrosse, Ice Hockey, Golf, Swimming, and more. This is a large establishment that can house many sports at once. The kids have a good time and they are safe. They offer different camps during the summer and have good coaches!! Prices are reasonable to play sports. Location is West Plano between Spring Valley and Legacy on Preston Meadow (West of Coit).

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