Posted On: 10/16/20 8:26 AM

The Loudoun Youth Volleyball League (LYV) is running one of the largest youth leagues in Virginia this Fall. The league has provided opportunities for tens of thousands of students over the last 23 years, ranging from elementary levels to high school varsity. The league generally conflicts with the traditional high school season so the players in the league are often players who failed to be selected for their high school programs. This season is far from traditional as we all know. The Virginia High School League postponed high school season to the Spring hybrid season, starting in February and running into late April and the Virginia Independent Schools Athletic Association has canceled their state championship for this academic year, leaving teams to play either traditional Fall seasons or moving to the February to April to coincide with the public school schedules. 


This season’s LYV league is primed with varsity programs and players from some of the top area high schools including Loudoun Valley, Dominion, Briar Woods, Riverside, Tuscarora, Broad Run, Heritage, John Champe, Loudoun County, Freedom, and several others. This has improved the quality of league play in the higher leagues. Many under the radar

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