South County Athletic Association (SCAA) has youth sports programs in the Lorton / Springfield VA area for football, soccer, cheerleading, lacrosse, basketball, field hockey, wresting, volleyball, and track.

Holiday Newsletter
by posted 12/23/2020

South County Athletic Association
Holiday Newsletter

December 23, 2020


The Fairfax County Youth Basketball League has decided to move forward with their 2021 Winter Season with COVID-19 protocols in place.  We held tryouts recently for boys basketball outdoors at SCMS.  

The FCYBL will begin practice the week of January 4, 2021. Games will begin the weekend of January 16-17, 2021. There will be an 8-week season, with one playoff game in March. COVID-19 precautions will be included.  Rec Basketball will take place in the Spring.

Field Hockey

SCAA Field Hockey will be holding Winter clinics for Middle and High School players.  It will be a combination of skills, scrimmages, and conditioning to prepare for the February High School Season.  Registration is coming soon.


SCAA Soccer staff wants to thank all of the families that participated over the Fall season for Rec and Travel Soccer.  We had a successful season despite the pandemic times.

As a token of our appreciation we are offering a holiday discount for the Rec players for the Spring season.  Between now and January 15 registrations will be $99.  After January 15th registrations will go back to $125 per kid.  Please note that these prices do not include uniforms.  This can be a great stocking stuffer.

Happy Holidays to you all.

Boys Lacrosse

Boys Lacrosse has had a fun and safe Lacrosse 2020 season.  We have been able to hold U10 through U14 skill development clinics.  And have been able to participate in the Fall Brawl 2020 tournament and the St. James Winter Lacrosse League.  Thank you to all our families and players for supporting our Boys Lacrosse Program.

Girls Lacrosse

The SCAA Girls Lacrosse program has been staying active in the fall and winter. The winter SCAA Sunday scrimmages and clinics will continue through January. The condensed spring season registration will open in January. Please feel free to reach out to Amy Coffin with any questions.

Girls Lacrosse Sunday Scrimmages


Normally the season starts practices in early November when respective counties release facility space.  Practices generally coincide with the Virginia High School League (VHSL) season and start in November.  VHSL announced that the first high school practices will begin December 14, 2020.  County parks and recreation offices delayed access to facilities by youth sports programs until January.   Clubs that use private facilities will start earlier commensurate with VA State guidelines.  VHSL imposed severe restrictions on high school wrestling practices starting December 14th. 

 As a result, NVWF Executive Committee determined it best to delay the youth wrestling program until after the holidays based on recent guidelines by VHSL and NVWF Parent/Coach/Manager surveys Sshowing most clubs depend on access to public schools for practices.  A meeting will be held after Christmas to determine the status of sports in the area.   

Registration for practice ONLY will be considered about middle of December once HS wrestling as a chance to exercise protocols safely in the wrestling room at South County HS.


Football had a successful Fall and will continue with both flex and flag in the Spring.

Ice Hockey

Halfway through the Ice Hockey season, the South County/Hayfield team sits 2-3 with 5 more regular season games ahead of them.  Big wins over Robinson (5-0) and Forest Park/Hylton (6-3).  Playoffs are scheduled for late February/March.  The program has also supported three JV games to date.  Considering the ongoing pandemic, great things happening on the ice for these young athletes persevering through the constantly evolving restriction and limitations.  Go Stallions!


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Boys Lax Clinics - Wednesdays in February - Age 10-14
by posted 12/08/2020

South County Athletic Association (SCAA)

Boys Youth Lacrosse Pre-Registration Now Open


We are looking for all experience levels—beginners, seasoned players, and everyone in between—to join our South County Colts youth lacrosse program. Never played lacrosse?  No problem!  If your athlete has a background in basketball, soccer, football, or hockey, he will be able to pick up the game of lacrosse within a few practices.

Build lasting memories, become part of this great community, and learn the oldest organized sport in North America!

  • Our program focuses on lacrosse fundamentals, teamwork, good sportsmanship, and most of all having fun!


  • Our coaches want every young athlete to have a positive experience and a love for the game while making long-lasting memories and friends.


  • Our coaching staff is an all-volunteer staff passion for the game. They have either played themselves and/or have a son on the team.


  • Our coaches complete mandatory training through NVYLL, background check certification, concussion training, U.S. Lacrosse Coach Development Program, and a mandatory coaches’ clinic at Marymount University.

Team registration categories:

7th/8th Grade Boys Class 2025/2026                       14U Boys

5th/6 th Grade Boys Class 2027/2028                      12U Boys

3rd/4 th Grade Boys Class 2029/2030                      10U Boys


To pre-register (no cost required), please visit the SCAA website at:

Spring 2021 Pre-Registration


Skills Development Clinics

During February 2021, SCAA’s Boys Youth Lacrosse Program Coaches and South County High School coaches will partner to host skills development clinics for players ages 8 to 14. Clinics will take place at the South County High School Track/Turf Field from 5:45 to 7 p.m. every Wednesday in February.  Athletes will need their own lacrosse stick. No other equipment is needed for the clinic.

These clinics will provide a great opportunity for our players to develop skills and practice catching, throwing, shooting, carrying the ball, and picking up ground balls. This is also a great way to meet their youth coaches and future high school coaches.

Cost: $40 per player, for 4 lessons

Register here:  Wednesdays in February Boys Lax Clinics

COVID-19 Protocol

Our program strives to provide the safest environment possible. We follow guidance from CDC, the Governor, and our SCAA Chairman.


1.  Coaches recommend a Cascade helmet shield, a thin, clear plastic shield that covers the face mask of the helmet. Shields can be purchased at DICKS Sporting Goods or online. The shield is highly encouraged, but not mandatory.   

2.  All coaches will wear a mask while on the field.

3.  Players, coaches, and parents must wear a mask on school grounds while walking to and from the parking lots.

4.  Only coaches and players are allowed on the field.

5. If parents decide to stay and watch the clinic, they must always maintain social distance and wear a mask.

6.  Athletes may not share water bottles.

7.  We will follow any additional guidelines published by the State of Virginia, CDC, U.S Lacrosse, and NVYLL. 

8. Before every practice, parents will need to visit the SCAA website to complete the quick COVID-19 daily check in. This takes only a minute to complete.

Point of contact: Jack Wheeler (Boys Lacrosse Director) at


South County — We Are FAMILY!



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SCAA Food Drive - A Big Success!
by posted 11/09/2020

Thank You!

1,114.4 pounds of food was collected at SCAA’s first food drive on Saturday, November 7, 2020 and donated to Lorton Community Action Center!

Thanks to every community member who supported the food drive and to all of the volunteers who helped collect, load and unload the donations.

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SCAA Football COVID-19 Update
by posted 07/16/2020

The Virginia High School League (VHSL) met yesterday to decide how to handle the fall sports season.  They presented three options that will be voted on during a July 27th meeting.  VAYFA (our league), has followed the VHSL decision process for deciding to play and we do not expect that to change based on the information received from the VAYFA President.

You can read more about the options in the link to the article above, but none of the options include football being played in the fall.  Football, for obvious reasons, is consider a higher risk infection activity related to COVID-19 and it is important to note the statement made by the VHSL executive director Billy Haun:

“It’s important to remember that in all these models playing sports in the high risk category depends on being out of the current Phase III guidelines. All our efforts will continue towards advocating for the opening of sports and activities in a safe and reasonable way that will protect athletes, activity participants, coaches, officials, and the public,” Haun said in a statement. “The VHSL will continue making judgments based on the best available information and directives provided by the Governor, the Virginia Department of Health (VDH), and the Virginia Department of Education (VDOE).”

More information will be forthcoming following the July 27th vote

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