Kids First Fall League to jumpstart teams

Every year, teams that played in the (formerly Kid's First Summer League) go deep into the high school playoffs, and often compete for and win championships. In fact, the last two teams to win the league won state championships; Potomac High School (MD) and Theodore Roosevelt (DC); the league is a proven springboard to regular season success, hence the attractiveness of the Kid's First Fall League offering.
During past years the summer league featured many of the top high school teams in the DMV area, including Edison and TC Williams of Virginia, Dunbar, Carroll, Roosevelt, National Collegiate Prep and Washington - Latin hailing from the District, and Maryland's Blair, Blake, Central, and of course this year's champs, Potomac. Expect for of the same for the Fall League.
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Pertinent fall league information follows:
Season starts: Starting September 13th
Games: Chose either a four or eight game regular season schedule.
Playoffs: All teams with a .500 record or above will qualify; however, you must play a games schedule to qualify for the play-offs.
Schedule days: Saturday's, starting at 11a.
League fee: $625.00 for 8 games or $325.00 for a 4 games schedule.
Game particulars: 16 minute halves, clock stops last two minutes. Six fouls disqualification. Certified referees.
Does your team have championship potential? Prepare for the season against the best possible competition and prepare for the upcoming campaign.
Contact Lyndon DeBellotte ( for information.