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.

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Fall Football Season Update
by posted 07/30/2020

Colts Families:

The league is now looking at potentially still playing this fall, contingent upon the Governor easing current restrictions on outdoor recreational activities or coming out of Phase 3 altogether.  A deadline has been set of September 21st, 2020 for this to happen.  If a fall season does not happen, then an option for a spring season is still on the table.

With this new development, we are also shifting gears a bit.  Within the next couple of weeks, we will shift the workouts we have been having to “team practices”.  This is to ensure that in the slim chance that we do have a season this fall, our kids are prepared.  The practices will be no more than a couple of times per week, there will be no contact between players and no football gear will be worn.  Attendance taking, temperature checks, and best efforts to keep kids 6 feet apart as much as possible will still be in effect with the practices as they are with the workouts.

What we need from you:  we would like all players who will/are planning to play – whether a season happens this fall or next spring - to ensure you are registered for our free summer workouts.  You may be already registered under the regular season program, but for now we are going to use the summer workout program as our master list (registering under this program commits you to nothing).  We will use this list to divide the kids up by team and get them working out with who would be their coaches.

More information will come soon on when the team gatherings will take place.  My goal is to start them by August 17th if not sooner.


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Rob Hunt named Youth Coach of the Year!!
by posted 03/11/2020

Rob Hunt awarded Youth Coach of the Year by NVFHF

SCAA's football commissioner Rob Hunt has been honored by the Northern Virginia Football Hall of Fame as 2019 Youth Coach of the Year for Anklebiters Division.  Congratulations on this honor!  South County is proud to have Rob leading the way for our youth football program.



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SCAA Football is making a move to VAYFA!
by posted 02/22/2020

We are excited to announce that our SCAA Tackle Football program has been accepted as a member of the Virginia American Youth Football Alliance (VAYFA)!  VAYFA is an American Youth Football (AYF) chartered conference, that participates in AYF Regional / National tournament competition.  AYF is the world’s largest youth football and cheer organization.
What does this mean?  First, it unfortunately means that beginning this upcoming season, we will no longer be competing in the Fairfax County Youth Football League as we have for many years.  We’ve had a great partnership with the FCYFL and we wish the league and its members nothing but success going forward.  Secondly, the teams in VAYFA are formed by age only.  A player’s age is determined as of July 31st.  So for instance, if a player turns 11 on August 1st, that player would be considered a 10 year old during the VAYFA / AYF season.  No more Saturday morning weigh-ins to attend!
Please spread the word!  An informational meeting will be held in the South County High School library on Wednesday March 11th at 7pm.  In the meantime, for more information contact our Commissioner, Rob Hunt ( ) or visit the VAYFA and AYF websites.
We are also on the lookout for more coaches.  If you have good football knowledge and would like to make a difference in our youth program, please contact Rob Hunt ( )
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SCAA Football Holds Annual Awards Banquet
by posted 01/12/2020

SCAA Football concluded its season by having its 2nd annual awards banquet on December 15th.  SCAA had 105 players and six teams compete in the Fairfax County Youth Football League (FCYFL).  Three teams – Anklebiters, 90lb and 130lb – made it to the county championship game and the Anklebiters (pictured above) were ultimately crowned champions of the 2019 season.

The following awards for each team were presented at the banquet: Most Valuable Player (MVP)*, Offensive Player of the Year (OPOY), Defensive Player of the Year (DPOY) and Most Improved Player (MIP)

  • Anklebiters – Wyatt Durand, MVP; Riley Fitzgibbon, OPOY; Eli Gay, DPOY; Ahmed Satti, MIP
  • 80lb – Dylan Miller, MVP; A.J. Henry, OPOY; Noah Durand, DPOY; Ryan Brown, MIP
  • 90lb – Tyon Veney, MVP; Nick Simay, OPOY; Cody O’Mara, DPOY; Moses Juarez, MIP
  • 100lb – Diallo Spann, MVP; Deon Young, OPOY; Diallo Spann, DPOY; Jonah Saldivar, MIP
  • 115lb – Ryan Matheny, MVP; Aiden Alaniz, OPOY; Evan Song, DPOY; Joey Rubenacker, MIP
  • 130lb – Sahr Moiwah, MVP; Jordan Dennis, OPOY; James Smith, DPOY; Kaden Specht, MIP

In addition, Tyon Veney was voted as SCAA’s Player of the Year and the FCYFL named Rob Hunt as the Anklebiter Coach of the Year.  Both Tyon and Coach Hunt will be honored at the Northern Virginia Football Hall of Fame’s annual banquet on Sunday March 8th.  Those interested in attending the banquet can email for purchasing tickets.

Congratulations to all of our players, coaches and parents on another great season!  For more information about our football program, please email our commissioner, Rob Hunt at


* MVP Winners pictured above from left to right - Tyon Veney, Diallo Spann, Wyatt Durand, Sahr Moiwah.  Missing from picture: Dylan Miller and Ryan Matheny.

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