Provide the best possible opportunity for our youth to learn some valuable life lessons, increase their fitness, have fun, and strive to win at this historical North American sport.
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Welcome to Fort Hunt Youth Lacrosse

 Fort Hunt Youth Lacrosse’s goal is to provide the best possible opportunity for our youth to have fun, learn some valuable life lessons, increase their fitness, and strive to win at this historical North American sport.

Lacrosse, considered America’s first sport, was born of the North American Indian, christened by the French, and adapted and raised by the Canadians.  Modern lacrosse has been embraced by athletes and enthusiasts if the United States and the British Commonwealth for over a century.

The sport of lacrosse is a combination of basketball, soccer and hockey.  Anyone can play lacrosse--the big or the small.  The game requires and rewards coordination and agility, not brawn. - US Lacrosse.

FHYL serves girls and boys in elementary and middle school who reside in the Fairfax County portion of Alexandria, Virginia (including Fort Belvoir).

Registration is open for the following programs:

  • Boys U9 Fall House
  • Girls 3 thru 8 grade fall clinics
  • Girls Scoopers (Pre-K) through 2nd Grade

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Registration open for 2016 Fort Hunt Girls Fall Ball

Registration is open for 2016 Fort Hunt Girls Fall Ball Lacrosse for grades PreK-8.  Here are the details:

Fall Ball Opportunities:  Fort Hunt Girls Lacrosse Fall Ball is a unique opportunity for girls in the Fort Hunt area.  Fall Ball improves our girls at all levels, and we feel that our Fall Ball program sets Fort Hunt apart from other clubs in Northern Virginia.  It is fun, low key, geared to beginners through experienced players, just once a week on Sundays, and gives the girls a chance to keep improving their stick skills and love of the game.  For 3rd through 8th grade girls, time will be spent between skill improvement clinics, competitive games and intramural scrimmages, all with the emphasis on FUN.

Fort Hunt Girl’s Fall Ball Details

Grades 3-8

When:  Six Sunday afternoon sessions from Sep 11 through Oct 23 (excluding Columbus Day weekend) from 12-2pm.

Where:  West Potomac HS Practice Turf Field.

Player eligibility:

  • Must live within NVYLL boundaries and would attend one the following Fairfax County public high schools:  West Potomac HS, Mount Vernon HS, Edison HS, and Hayfield SS.
  • Grades 3-8 during 2016-2017 school year.
  • We welcome and encourage beginners, intermediate and advanced players to participate.
  • Fee:  $125 paid online at the end of the registration process.

NOTE:  US Lacrosse membership/insurance is required.  If your daughter is new to lacrosse, visit to join prior to registering with Fort Hunt.

Questions:  Jenn Hare, Girls Commissioner:   OR Michael Carucci, Girls Fall Ball Coordinator, 

Scoopers (PreK & K) and Grades 1-2

When:  4 sessions on Sundays from 2:15 p.m.- 3:30 p.m. starting on September 18 and continuing on 9/25, 10/2 and 10/16 (Columbus Day weekend is OFF).  Scoopers and 1st/2nd grade players will be in separate clinics during each session.

**A Coordinator and parent volunteers are still needed in order for the Scoopers/1/2 Clinics to be held this year. Please contact if you can assist or indicate your availability at registration. 

Where:   West Potomac HS Practice Turf Field

ALL GIRLS PRE-K AND K (who will be 5 YEARS OF AGE before June 30 next year) ARE ELIGIBLE

For Fall Ball, Scoopers through 2nd grade are not required to have a current US Lacrosse membership.

FEES:  $65.00

EQUIPMENT: For grades 1 and 2, the girls will need a girls lacrosse stick, mouth guard, and protective eyewear.  There are differences between boys and girls sticks.  For Scoopers, only a girls stick is necessary.  If you don't have a stick yet, you might check with a friend or neighbor who may have graduated to a new stick and might have a beginner stick available.  

Sneakers or Cleats - It would be good if the girls wore cleats, but sneakers are fine as well. The fields at times may be wet.  Ultimately, whatever you and your daughter feel most comfortable with is best.


by posted 08/15/2016
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