South County Youth Lacrosse
South County admitted to Northern Virginia Youth Lacrosse League (NVYLL) in 2009.
2017 Spring Lacrosse Registration is now open for Boys and Girls. We will be fielding teams at all age groups Grades K-8 for girls and grades 2-9 for boys both experienced and new players.
For those families not familiar with SCAA our Lacrosse program primarily serves the community attending Halley, Silverbrook, Laurel Hill, Lorton Station, Newington Forest and Gunston Elementary Schools and South County Middle School. We play in the Northern Virginia Youth Lacrosse League (NVYLL). See the link at the bottom of the page. According to league rules we are allowed enroll boys and girls in the South County or Hayfield High School Pyramids.
Practices will be held at South County Middle School or South County High School with home games at South County High School. Games begin for all ages at the end of March and run through the first week in June.Boys play on Saturdays and Girls on Sundays.
There are no games Easter or memorial day Weekends
Player evaluations will be in January or February for all ages except Girls K-2 and Boys 8U which will begin in early March.
Visit https://leagueathletics.com/Registration/Default.asp?n=11553&org=blog.m.scaasports.net to register and take advantage of reduced registration rates at all ages. Rates will increase slightly on Dec 31.
Please note the very low rates for Boys 8U and Girls K-2. This allows kids to try a new sport with a very limited financial commitment for their parents.
More information is also available via email by contacting
The Boys Director Pete Dibenedetto at
The Girls Director Al Balow at
Lacrosse Commisioner Mark Sullivan firstname.lastname@example.org
We are also looking for coaches in both the Boys and Girls Programs
Please note Girls teams are by grade level and Boys teams are by age
Boys Age Breakdowns:
14U: No older than 14 as of September 1, 2016
12U: no older than 12 as of September 1, 2016
10U: no older than 10 as of September 1, 2016
8U: No older than 8 as of September 1, 2016
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