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  • Spring Sport Registrations Now Open!! Volleyball, Flag Football, Track and Field, Golf coming soon
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DSYS is a non-profit organization (Tax ID 20-5692563) providing Cheerleading, Football, Track & Field, Cross Country, Volleyball, Softball, and Wrestling youth sports athletic opportunities to the youth of Loudoun County's Dulles South area including but not limited to Aldie, Brambleton, Chantilly-Loudoun, Kirkpatrick Farms, Lenah Run, South Riding, Stone Ridge, and many others. 

Our servicing school areas include Mercer, Lunsford, and Stone Hill Middle Schools; Arcola, Pinebrook, Buffalo Trail, Aldie, Legacy, Cardinal Ridge, Little River, Hutchison, Liberty, Legacy, Creighton's Corner, and Rosa Lee Carter Elementary; and Rock Ridge, Freedom, and John Champe High Schools

Outdoor Track & Field Interest Meeting

Are You Ready For the Challenge??


We will be having an outdoor track & field interest meeting at the Dulles South Multi-Purpose Center Monday the 20th Feb from 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm.  Come get all of your questions answered about how we structure our practices, where we have our meets, is the program for first timers or experienced runners, do we teach field events (shot put, long jump, high jump, etc) and lastly, learn more about who will be coaching your athletes. 


Dulles South Multi-Purpose Center

Feb 20th 5pm - 6pm

Address: 24950 Riding Center Dr, South Riding, VA 20152

by posted 02/18/2017
Flag Football - Registration Open


Register Now!!!

Registration for our fifth season of Spring Flag Football is open.  For those not familiar with our flag program, a few highlights are below but please also check out our Flag FAQ page for more details

  • Just like Tackle, both girls and boys can play.
  • 1-2 practices a week & games on Sunday so players can still participate in other Spring sports.
  • Flag Football focuses on Football Skill positions (throwing, catching, running, pursuit angles, pass defense).
  • Teams are age based. 5 - 16 year olds.

Great way to stay in shape, have fun and develop key football skills.

Interested in coaching?  We always need more.  Please sign up HERE and attend our Coaches' Meetings.

DSYS Football

by posted 01/22/2017
Outdoor Track & Field Registration is Open

Are You Ready For the Challenge??

If you strap on a helmet in the fall, kick a soccer ball, hold a bat in the winter or cradle a lacrosse stick at any time you should be lacing up spikes in the Spring.

This should seem obvious. After all, the quickest way to impress any coach is to be the quickest athlete on the field, 40-Yard Dash, the diamond and you slide home for a home run or as your running down the field ready to shoot that ball in the goal. Running track will make you an all-around better athlete, improving your on-field performance in three ways.

1. You’ll Find Your Fastest Running Form

Nobody knows the ins and outs of speed like a track & field coach. After all, there aren’t many variables in track, you are running in a straight line. So one small blip in your form can make or break a race. Track coaches place huge emphasis on technique to maximize speed. Refining your technique on the track is a great way to make perfect running form second nature, so when game day comes , you’ll be able to run faster without having to think about it.

2. You’ll Build a Better “Burst”

Athletes who run track continually work on their starting stance, and with good reason: a runner’s speed “out of the blocks” has a lot of influence on their finishing time. An athlete can trim a tenth or even two-tenths of a second off their 40 time just by getting their start down cold.

Added bonus for footballers: the action of coming out of the starting blocks is very similar to getting off the line of scrimmage. Both require you to generate speed and power from a dead stop. So improving your “burst” at the starting line will improve your burst off the ball.

In addition, an often overlooked but very important skill in most sports is the ability to accelerate from half- to full-speed. Track teaches you to get to your top speed as quickly as possible. Common track drills, like Flying Starts, increase stride frequency and improve body control when transitioning to max speed.

3. You’ll Get More Speed with Less Effort

Most football players are all about force, running like bowling balls trying to knock pins down. Sprinters, on the other hand, look like they almost glide over the ground. A good track coach will teach you to relax your body and exert the minimal amount of force necessary to attain top speed. Not only will you run faster, you won’t be as exhausted after a play.






by posted 01/20/2017
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