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!

Welcome to Fort Hunt Youth Lacrosse!

For 2020, we offer three Fall Ball options. Sessions will be set up like station-based practices. Kids will play fun, competitive games, and rotate around the field for new challenges.



  • No charge for FHYAA member families
  • COVID19 compliance requirements apply
    • Fall Ball will be non-contact
  • Scoopers is co-ed and will only use soft balls
    • No equipment required
    • We have loaner sticks
  • Older kids will be grouped by gender and grade and use a mix of hard and soft balls
    • Boys will wear helmets and gloves
    • Girls will wear goggles and mouth guards
  • Kids should bring water bottles and keep them with them
    • We have loaner sticks available
  • We need coaches! Please contact a commissioner or register on the Coach Registration page.




Boys Commissioner: Zach Gaumer

Girls Commissioner: Robert McCarthy

Scoopers Commissioner: Hilary Adams

Overall and Director of Coaching: Michael Carucci


703-932-4657 (mobile)




About Fort Hunt Youth Lacrosse (“forthuntlax”/FHYL)

At Fort Hunt Youth Lacrosse, we help kids reach their full potential through the great sport of lacrosse.

In today’s world, video games, “pay to play” sports programs, early sport specialization, and a “win at all costs” mentality can conspire against kids. We believe instead in the age appropriate, long-term athletic development of all of our kids, and are completely against the short term, win at all costs culture.

  • We work hard to ensure all of our players have a consistently high positive experience
  • We grow the sport by bringing lacrosse into new areas for boys and girls to try
  • We study the science of sports and take guidance from our national governing body, U.S. Lacrosse; the U.S. Olympic Committee; and academic institutions like the Aspen Institute and George Washington University.
    • We follow the governing principles of the Positive Coaching Alliance (PCA) and the Lacrosse Athlete Development Model (LADM)
    • We partner with other leadership organizations, like USA Hockey, to improve the condition of youth sports one kid at a time
  • We have an aggressive and mandatory coach screening and training program to maximize the experience our kids have on the field
  • We want our kids to get outside, move, sample many sports, compete, and HAVE FUN!


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