The organization would include teams for boys and girls and the goal of the Fairfax Stars was simple and clear. The popularity of this league and the ability to provide organized, constructive summertime recreation activity with adult supervision for community youth has been an incredible contribution to the area. The Fairfax Stars program has continued to grow, now with 25 teams and over 300 players, representing the increasing interest within the community to participate in basketball skills development. Everyone in the Fairfax Stars organization is a volunteer. The Stars are truly shining bright! Second offense coach will be removed from the game.
Teams are selected based on an open tryout, therefore all potential candidates are invited. Formerly District of Columbia District. By providing a vehicle for young men to showcase their basketball talent, the young men have an opportunity for skill development and enhancement, which may lead to college scholarship opportunities. . Coaches and Team Manager are responsible for informing their players, fans and parents of this policy. The Fairfax Stars basketball program includes teams for girls and boys from ages 7 — 18.
Early on, Aggie set out to identify a group of individuals who shared her passion for working with young people and who would volunteer to accept the challenges and responsibilities of serving on the Stars Board of Directors. Formerly District of Columbia District. In the short history of this unique program, boys and girls teams have won several Potomac Valley Regional Championships, along with numerous silver and bronze medals. Potomac Valley District All territory within the District of Columbia, counties of Montgomery and Prince Georges in the State of Maryland, and counties of Arlington and Fairfax and cities of Alexandria and Falls Church in the Commonwealth of Virginia. While participating in national tournaments is not the underlying goal of the organization, the history of success is no doubt the result of the Stars continuing commitment to skill development and improved knowledge of the game.
The Stags offer flag football played in late spring through early summer, tackle football played from late summer through early winter and cheerleading which is active the same time as tackle football. The mission of Potomac Valley Basketball is to provide a competitive environment for youth basketball with an emphasis on becoming a student athlete with college goals. Maryland Razorback organization has three programs for their football division. From Cocoa Beach, Florida to Sacramento, California…from Memphis, Tennessee to Dayton, Ohio…from Virginia Beach, Virginia to Kenner, Louisiana, these student-athletes compete at the highest level, and represent their community with pride and determination. The following policies are being implemented because our goal is to provide a family atmosphere that is based on good sportsmanship and provides a resource for young players to develop their basketball skills.
The following are our behavior policy which has zero tolerance. Potomac Valley Basketball has been running and hosting basketball leagues and tournaments for over 15 years. One of our girls teams has won 6 consecutive Potomac Valley championships, and has finished as one of the top 3 teams in the nation in their age group for 5 consecutive years, including two National Championships! The Razorbacks hold their practice at Brandywine Elementary School. Most of those players are now continuing their education and competing at the collegiate level. Co-ed flag football played in late spring through early summer, tackle football played from late summer through early winter and cheerleading which is active the same time as tackle football. Maryland Razorbacks, Maryland: The Razorbacks will field teams in the U6 Limited and U8, U10, U12, U14 Unlimited weight divisions.
These services include male basketball league and tournaments. The talented coaches continue to teach and to provide exciting opportunities for the players to improve their skills and their knowledge of the game. The measure of success would not be calculated by wins and losses, but whether each player improved their skills and their knowledge of the game of basketball from the beginning of the season until the end of the season. The Mission of the A. Second offense he will be removed from the game. The foundation is a commitment to teaching fundamental basketball skill development and knowledge of the game. Washington Stallions, Maryland: The Stallions a new league member will field teams in the U6 Limited and U8, U10, U12, U14 Unlimited weight divisions.
Potomac Valley Basketball is an organization dedicated to providing youth and adult basketball services to the community. Since the inaugural season in 1997, over 3,000 student-athletes have competed on Fairfax Stars teams. Neighboring Districts: Maryland and Virginia. Tackle football played from late summer through early winter and cheerleading which is active the same time as tackle football. Neighboring Districts: Maryland and Virginia League members: Ft.
All in an environment of positive reinforcement and fun. . . . .