South County Athletic Association:Latest News
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Monday, August 10, 2009
Tuesday, April 21, 2009
Friday, April 3, 2009
Friday, March 27, 2009
USL U-15 National Championship
July 6-10Baltimore, Md.
The top boys and girls teams from across the nation will battle for three days to earn the right to call themselves... NATIONAL CHAMPIONS!
Who can participate?
All teams that feel they have what it takes to be
the best in the country!
(All-Star teams, club teams, travel teams, chapter teams are all welcome!)
- Winners receive team jackets and a Championship Trophy that will remain on perpetual display in the National Lacrosse Hall of Fame.
Teams are guaranteed 5 full games minimum
on full fields @ Cedar Lane Sports Park
(3 pool play games and 2 bracket games)
- Lacrosse Magazine All-Star game
- Men’s and Women’s U.S. Team Player presence.
Cedar Lane Sports Park
Girls: July 6-8, 2009 • Boys: July 8-10, 2009.
Jeffrey & Liz Builta, Jared Ferris, Stephen French, Dennis & Joyce Gilbert, Stanley Hughes, James & Kathleen Karwel, David & Teresa Kless, Danny & Julie Martin, Travis & Shelly O'Selmo, John & Kim Pionzio, Wells Fargo-Bob Rockerfeller, Helmut & Kirsten Rohde, Tanya Seaman, Andrew & Shannon Shinkskie, Raymond & Deborah Yaga.
"South County Athletic Association serves many communities throughout the southern area of Fairfax County. As a non-profit organization, we rely on the generosity and community spirit of volunteers and contributors".
Our fundraising goal for 2009 is $70,000. This will support immediate and long-term objectives, including equipment purchases and support for South County youth whose families are not able to pay the necessary athletic fees. While we're working aggressively to solicit sponsorship funds, donations also are needed from SCAA members. A donation of $5.00 or more is welcome and will contribute to reaching our goal. Many already have made donations that are providing some immediate needs such as this web site.
Every bit helps to make our inaugural year and the SCAA a success. Please send your donation to: SCAABox 1717, Lorton, VA 22199
"No donation is too small, please support our community and our youth"
South County Youth Football would like to invite you to attend the Chris Cooley Football Camp to be held June 13 and 14 this summer in Fairfax, VA. By registering through our organization you will receive $10 off the regular registration price of $199. Also, ProCamps will provide our organization with an additional $10 contribution. If registering on-line, please enter our organization’s Coupon Code of SCAA. Chris Cooley Football Camp: Fairfax High School, 9:00am-1:00pm.click here to download registration form
Tuesday, March 3, 2009
The South County Colts won thier first Fairfax County Youth Football Championship on 8 Nov. The South County Athletic Association's (SCAA) football program fielded 15 teams this year totaling over 300 players, ages 7-16, in seven weight classes. Of those 15 teams, five teams made it to the Fairfax County Youth Football Leauge playoffs and two teams made it to the championship game. Coach Lisi's 110 National-2 Conference team won their championship game, a first for SCAA in its second year serving South County.The 110lb National-2 Conference Team was undefeated at 9-0. The season was spectacluar, according to Head Coach Steve Lisi. "We had 22 boys on our team and seven of the boys had never played football." The team was undefeated in seven regular season games and two playoff games. The team scored 274 points in nine games, while their opponents scored 110 points. We had some super kids who wanted to learn and improve their football skills, said Lisi. In the championship game, the Colts were challenged by a determined Centerville Wildcats team and the Colts were down 6-13 at half-time. However, the Colts rallied in the second half scoring three times to defeat Centerville, 26-19. Rushing touchdowns by Qwamell Strand and a TD pass from Zach Miller to Devonte Bizzell were offensive highlights. The Colts kicker, Austin Zicht, sent booming kicks deep, allowing great special teams coverage and poor field position for Centerville. Az Nurlan returned a punt 40 yards to the Centerville 7 yard line to set up the scoring in the second half. Impressive tackling by Peirson Gallant at safety, Anthony Maddox on the defensive line, Jay Harris at linebacker, and Cristian Barahona at defensive back held Centerville to only 40 yards rushing in the second half. The stingy defense forced Centerville to turn the ball over on downs late in the fourth quarter and allowed South County to run the clock out at the end of the game. It was a perfect end to a perfect season, said Lisi.SCAA is one of 24 athletic associations offering football to young boys as part of the Fairfax County Youth Football League (FCYFL). FCYFL member associations, like SCAA, emphasize player participation. Two of the three skill conferences in FCYFL require every player to play either every down of offense or every down of defense in each game. Coaches must complete required training and sign code of conduct commitments. SCAA will begin sign ups for the 2009 season in March. Visit SCAAsports.net to find out how to join and play next year. SCAA also offers lacrosse in the spring."