5200 Yorktown Blvd.
Arlington, VA 22207
Phone: 703-228-5400
Fax: 703-228-5409
Tuesday, July 29, 2014

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The official site for Yorktown Sports , YORKTOWNSPORTS.ORG, includes daily schedule information, team schedules and updated scores, coaches contacts, forms, and other useful information.  The benefits of this site include up-to-date scores and game summaries (as input by coaches or selected players), real-time schedule updates, and the ability to subscribe to schedule updates by email or text for specific teams of which or your son/daughter may be a member.  Sign up for email alerts at the link at the top of the page to receive schedule changes and timely news on Yorktown Athletic teams.
Student Activities Hotline: 703-228-5361
The Activities Hotline is available to answer your questions about game schedules and other activities 24 hours a day. The Hotline is updated regularly with inclement weather delays and other schedule changes. 


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Mike Krulfeld, Director of Student Activities
Cheryl Stotler, Assistant Director of Student Activities
Mary Ann Mahan, Administrative Asst., Student Activities
LaNay Coleman Burke, Athletic Trainer
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School Accident Insurance
Students are required to have medical insurance coverage to participate in any organized school athletic activity. APS provides an opportunity to purchase affordable Student Accident Insurance. Medical bills for injuries that happen on school grounds or at school–sponsored events are the parents’ responsibility. It is highly recommended that parents consider using this as a secondary insurance for their student athlete. Markel Insurance Company will provide school accident insurance for the 2013-14 school year. It may be purchased online (click below) or by calling 877-444-5401.
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ImPACT Testing
Yorktown student-athletes participate in ImPACT (Immediate Post-Concussion Assessment and Cognitive Testing) assessment. ImPACT is a concussion evaluation software program which serves as a tool for medically trained evaluators in cases of suspected head injury. The program assists the evaluator in determining an athlete's ability to return to play through a comparison of individual baseline data (pre-concussion test results) and post-concussion test results. ImPACT testing is one tool of several assessments that determines an athlete's return to play. Our certified Athletic Trainer coordinates with the coaches of most sports to schedule a time at the beginning of each season for our student-athletes to be baseline tested. Many of our athletes have already completed testing, however, not all students are or will be tested.  If your son or daughter has not been tested by the second week after tryouts and you would like them to be tested or if you have questions about the ImPACT program, please feel free to contact Ms. LaNay Burke, ATC, at 703-228-5421.
Yorktown Student-Athlete Academic Eligibility Plan
While students are required to maintain five Cs or better any time interim grades or quarter grades are released, all students will partake in proactive Academic Check-Ups approximately one week before interim or quarter grades are input. The goal of the Academic Check-Up form is to allow the coach and student-athlete to determine the student's current academic standing and to formulate a plan to insure the student meets the five C minimum before grades come out. There are many different resources students can use in order to maintain or raise their grades - meeting with teachers before school, during lunch periods, or at after school help sessions, or attending Saturday school. More information on the plan is available in the Activities Guide to Clubs and Sports.
Yorktown Softball Team Once Again Donates $2,000 to Sharon McGowan Breast Health Fund
Continuing a long-standing tradition of giving back to the community and supporting breast cancer awareness, the Yorktown softball team presented their annual check for $2,000 to the Sharon McGowan Breast Health Fund in May. Funds were collected through bake sales, tshirts and a designated Breast Cancer Awareness game where the girls wore pink jerseys. Congratulations to the parents and players who made this worthwhile effort happen.
Yorktown Repeats as 2011-12 SunTrust Mortgage National District Principals' Cup Winner - Third in a row
Yorktown's athletic program retained the SunTrust Mortgage National District Principals' Cup for the third consecutive year. This award is presented to the school in the National District with the best cumulative finish across all VHSL sponsored activities throughout the course of the fall, winter and spring seasons. This year, Yorktown had nine district champion teams/groups and six district runner-up groups. Overall, Yorktown earned 180 points, followed by Washington-Lee with 160 and Edison with 151. Last year, Yorktown accumulated 190 points and Edison finished second. The cup will be displayed in the showcase in the main hallway. Congratulations to all participants in our athletic and academic programs this school year.
Two Crew Boats win Championships at State Regatta
The Yorktown Crew Men’s third varsity (3V) eight and Women’s 3V eight both won state championships in their events at the Ted Phoenix Lower Boat Championship Regatta on May 5.  In addition, the Men’s Freshman eight and Women’s Novice eight both brought home silver medals in their respective events.  One week later at Virginia Scholastic Rowing Association Championships, the Men’s 2V eight brought home silver for a total of five medals.  
Men's 3V championship boat  Girls crew champions
 Members of the Boys 3V championship boat.                       Members of the Girls 3V championship boat.
Congratulations to the Spring Champions - Girls Lacrosse, Girls Soccer, Girls and Boys Team Tennis, Girls Doubles Tennis and Baseball
The girls lacrosse team continued its streak of district championships with a hard-fought triple overtime win against Hayfield on Thursday, May 10.  The team scored in the final minutes of regulation to knot the score at 7-7 before heading to overtime.  Meaghan G. scored the game winner in the third overtime.  The girls doubles team of Kai and Angela knocked off an undefeated opponent to take the National District doubles championship.  Congratulations ladies!  The girls soccer team capped an undefeated season on Friday, May 18 by winning 5-0 over Edison to claim the National District Championship.  The team heads into regional play with only one loss on its record.  The baseball team defeated Stuart to add another championship to their collection on Tuesday, May 22.  The team also won a first round regional game against West Potomac.
 Girls Lacrosse Team girls soccer district champ pic
Four Yorktown Crew Alum Race in IRA Nationals
Four YHS Alums rowed for the Collegiate National Championships at IRA Nationals 2012.  Leon Suvak (Wisconsin - 1V), Ian Suvak (Yale 2V), Fielding Williams (Cornell First Frosh), Daniel Thom (Syracuse 1st Frosh).  
 Alum Rowers
Baseball Team Hosts South Arlington Lions Night and Arlington Babe Ruth Red Sox
Friday, April 20, was a busy night for the Yorktown Varsity Baseball team.  In addition to hosting Falls Church, the team hosted South Arlington Lions Appreciation Night.  The South Arlington Lions have partnered with the baseball team for years, supporting the team with financial assistance.  The team members assist with the annual Christmas tree sale and the Club donates a substantial amount of money to the team.  We thank the South Arlington Lions for their support of Yorktown baseball.  Also, on this night, the team welcomed the 10 and under Arlington Babe Ruth Red Sox who shadowed Yorktown players on the field for pre-game introductions. 
Red Sox players with Yorkotwn players - pre-game          Lions member Chuck Fields prepares to throw out the first pitch
(Left) Arlington Babe Ruth Red Sox players join Yorktown players during pre-game.  (Right) South Arlington Lions club member, Chuck Fields, prepares to throw out the first pitch at a recent Yorktown game.
Girls Basketball District Runner-Up

The girls basketball team took second in the recently completed National District basketball tournament.  They overcame several injuries to play their best ball down the stretch and pulled off a major semi-final victory over Edison.  Congratulations to the players and coaches on an excellent season.
girls bball
Girls Swim/Dive Continues District Championship Streak - Gymnastics and Boys Swim/Dive take second in Districts
The girls swim and dive team continued to bring home the championship banner, soundly defeating its competitors in the National District Championship Meet on Jan. 27 & 28.  The boys team finished second as they were edged out by five points.  Congratulations to both teams and all those who qualified for the regional meet.  The gymnastics team finished second in the recently completed district tournament and advanced to regionals on Feb. 9 at Lake Braddock - congrats and good luck!  

Last Modified on December 11, 2013