Fairfax County has closed schools for evening activities. All practices are canceled tonight, January 17th.
LMVSC follows the schedule of Fairfax County Public Schools. We will attempt to play all games as scheduled. However, if FCPS closes schools, we have no choice but to cancel games and/or practices. If and when FCPS makes an announcement, we will announce it on our facebook page and twitter page (@lmvsclubball). Occasionally we may have to cancel games or
At LMVSC basketball, our focus is on providing players with the opportunity to develop their basketball skills in a friendly, competitive environment. In furtherance of that goal, we have implemented a Player Participation rule. Under this rule, all players must play at least half the game and all players must sit at least one full quarter. EACH PLAYER MUST PLAY
The LMVSC Travel Teams have had fairly successful starts to their seasons. The 5th grade girls team exited pool play and have begun their season with a 1-1 record. Their next game is on Saturday at 2p against Annandale at Jackson M.S. in Falls Church. The 6th grade boys team, with a 7-0 record, currently shares first place with two
Our High School Boys teams were scheduled to start their games on January 12th with games against SYC teams. The Boys AAA team (11th/12th Grade), coached by Chris Keany, will play most games at Lee H.S. on late Saturday afternoons/early evenings. The Boys AAA schedule is here. The Boys AA teams (9th/10th Grade), coached by Aziz Conteh and Don Wheeler, will
On December 22nd, the 8th Grade Girls Travel Team beat an undefeated South Loudoun team to retain first place and improve their record to 4-0. The team, coached by Julia Ebron, had the game scheduled at the last minute and most of the players already had plans for the holidays and were not able to attend the game. With only
Most of the LMVSC travel basketball teams began regular season play during the weekend of December 1st. Prior to the start of the regular season, both of our 8th grade boys teams played in pre-season tournaments. Our 8th Grade Boys Red Team participated in the BRYC Thanksgiving Tournament, during which they advanced to the semi-final after going 4-0 in pool play.
On Tuesday, November 27th, LMVSC held its pre-season meeting with coaches in our recreational program. Although we are still looking for one coach, we will have 73 teams with players from Kindergarten through 12th grade playing recreational basketball this season. We are so grateful to our coaches who put in their time and energy to help grow our basketball program.
Mini-Dribblers is our program run by Riley Barrows for our 5 and 6-year-old players. Coach Riley has been running this program for almost ten years. In the program, Coach Riley introduces the players to the game of basketball and teaches them basic concepts about dribbling, passing and shooting, along with playing defense. The program usually takes place on Saturday mornings
Did you know that LMVSC Basketball accepts high school-aged players, so long as they do not play on a high school team? In the past few years, we have fielded high school-aged teams. Those teams have played within the Fort Hunt and SYC basketball programs. Unfortunately, we have not been able to field our own high school-aged divisions because we