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Skyhawks scoops up SoccerTots, now has programs for many age levels

Today's story (below) on Skyhawks Sports Academy is a smart move by the private firm.

See our earlier story, from 2012, where we review the history.

Skyhawks Sports Academy has acquired SoccerTots, a Spokane company providing physical development programs for toddlers and young children.

Skyhawks, headquartered in Mead, largely offers summer outdoor sports and activity camps for children from 3 to 12 years old. SoccerTots primarily offers indoor sessions.

“So they complement us both in providing more programs throughout the year and expanding the age group,” Skyhawks President Chris Stiles said.

A news release said the combined operation this year will provide sports programs to more than 75,000 children in 27 states and four Canadian provinces. Terms of the agreement were not disclosed.

The Spokesman-Review business team follows economic development in Spokane and the Inland Northwest.