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McLean Little League Boundaries


NEW ELIGIBILITY FOR THOSE ATTENDING SCHOOLS WITHIN MCLEAN LITTLE LEAGUE GEOGRAPHIC BOUNDARIES: 
 
In an effort to allow Little Leaguers to play with their classmates, and ease the burden on parents and guardians, Little League amended its residency requirements for the start of the spring 2014 season to allow children to play in the local league whose boundaries where they attend school is located.

With this change, all students (Grade 1 and higher) who attend public or private schools within McLean Little League’s geographic boundaries are eligible to play at McLean Little League regardless of their place of residency.  In addition to the schools noted below, for both baseball and softball, this would include students at St. John Academy, St. Luke Catholic School, The Potomac School, Basis School, The Langley School, Brooksfield School, The Montessori School of McLean, , Colvin Run ES, Spring Hill ES, Longfellow MS and Cooper MS.  For softball, students attending any of the following schools (Grade 1 and higher) would also be eligible: Westgate, Lemon Road, Timber Lane, Shrevewood, Oakcrest School​, St. James Catholic School, Mt Daniel, Thomas Jefferson, and Mary Ellen Henderson Middle School; Tuckahoe, Nottingham, Jamestown Elementary and Williamsburg Middle School in Arlington, McLean High School, Langley High School and George Mason High School.

 

RESIDENCY AND SCHOOL ATTENDANCE ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS

I. A PLAYER WILL BE DEEMED TO RESIDE WITHIN THE LEAGUE BOUNDARIES IF:

  1. His/her parents are living together and are residing within such league boundaries, OR;
  2. Either of the player’s parents (or his/her court-appointed legal guardian) reside within such boundaries. It is unacceptable if a parent moves into a league’s boundaries for the purpose of qualifying for tournament play. As detailed later in these rules, the penalty for violation of this rule may, in Little League Baseball, Incorporated’s discretion, result in the disqualification of a player, team or entire league from regular season and/or tournament play. “Residence,” “reside” and “residing” refers to a place of bona fide continuous habitation. A place of residence once established shall not be considered changed unless the parents, parent or guardian makes a bona fide change of residence. Residence shall be established and supported by documents containing the full residence which includes parent(s) or guardian(s) name, street address, city, state and zip code information, dated or in force between February 1, 2017 (previous year) and February 1, 2018 (current year), from one or more documents from each of the three Groups outlined below:

GROUP ONE 1. Driver’s License 2. School records 3. Vehicle records (i.e.,registration, lease, etc.) 4. Employment records 5. Insurance documents

 

GROUP TWO 1. Welfare/child care records 2. Federal records (Federal Tax, Social Security, etc.) 3. State records 4. Local (municipal) records 5. Support payment records 6. Homeowner or tenant records 7. Military records

 

GROUP THREE 1. Voter’s Registration 2. Utility bills (i.e., gas, electric, water/ sewer, phone, mobile phone, heating, waste disposal) 3. Financial records (i.e. loan, credit, investments, etc.) 4. Medical records 5. Internet, cable, or satellite records

 

II. A PLAYER WILL BE DEEMED TO ATTEND SCHOOL IN THE BOUNDARIES IF:

  1. The physical location of the school where they attend classes is within the boundaries established by the local league. NOTE: This excludes home schools, cyber schools, sports-related schools, sports academies, or preschool or after school where a student participates outside of the primary school the player is enrolled.

 

“School attendance” refers to the (place) physical location the player in question attends school during the traditional academic year. Once established, a location of school attendance shall not be considered changed unless the child is enrolled and attends another school or is no longer enrolled in or attending the previous school.

 

School attendance shall be established and supported by a document indicating enrollment for the current academic year, dated prior to October 1, 2017 and with the physical location of the school, from ONE of the following categories to determine school attendance by such player:

 

1. Official/Certified school enrollment record dated prior to October 1, 2017

2. A Little League issued school attendance form completed by the principal, assistant principal or administrator 

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Geographic Boundaries:
 
Baseball

McLean Little League geographic boundaries for baseball include all of Haycock, Kent Gardens, Chesterbrook, Franklin Sherman and Churchill Road Elementary School boundaries.

The McLean Little League boundaries also include all of Spring Hill Elementary School on the school side of the Dulles Access Road.

The territory on the other side of Dulles Access Road is either Falls Church Little League or Vienna Little League.

However, players living on this side of the Dulles Access Road that are within the Spring Hill School boundaries may play in McLean Little League with the appropriate school enrollment document and proof of residency documents (see under McLean Little League Boundaries).

McLean Little League includes a portion of the Colvin Run Elementary School boundary, which includes that part of the old Spring Hill boundary that was shifted to Colvin Run. This is the territory south of Route 7 and east of Beulah Road.  It includes the subdivisions of Carrington, Wolf Trap Woods, Shouse Village, Wolf Den, Lucky Estates, Beau Ridge, Millrace Estates, Towlston Meadow, Ciara Estates and A Country Place.  

However, players in first grade or above attending Colvin Run ES may play in McLean Little League with the appropriate school enrollment document and proof of residency documents (see under McLean Little League Boundaries).

If you have any questions on the boundaries please contact  . 
 
Softball
 
McLean Little League softball geographic boundaries include all of Haycock, Kent Gardens, Chesterbrook, Franklin Sherman, Spring Hill and Churchill Road Elementary School boundaries. 

McLean Little League includes a portion of the Colvin Run Elementary School boundary, which includes that part of the old Spring Hill boundary that was shifted to Colvin Run. This is the territory south of Route 7 and east of Beulah Road.  It includes the subdivisions of Carrington, Wolf Trap Woods, Shouse Village, Wolf Den, Lucky Estates, Beau Ridge, Millrace Estates, Towlston Meadow, Ciara Estates and A Country Place.  

Players in first grade or above attending Colvin Run ES who do not live within the Great Falls LL boundaries may play in McLean Little League with the appropriate school enrollment document and proof of residency documents (see under McLean Little League Boundaries).

They also include a significant amount of Arlington and Falls Church.  The Arlington and Falls Church Schools within the McLean Little League boundaries are listed above under McLean Little League Boundaries.

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The precise geographic boundaries for our baseball and softball programs are as follows:
 
 
McLean Little League baseball boundaries

  • Starting from Northwest Point at Difficult Run and the Potomac River.
  • South on Scott Run
  • Northwest along Route 193 to Old Dominion
  • South on Old Dominion to Difficult Run
  • West along Difficult Run to Tackroom Lane
  • East to Woody Lane
  • East to south below Ripplebrook
  • South on Lyons Road
  • Leesburg Pike west to Beulah
  • At western edge of Woltrap Park NW to intersection of Beulah and Browns Mill Road
  • South from intersection to 267
  • East along Route 267 to Route 66
  • 66 West to Route 7
  • Route 7 to Haycock Road
  • Follows Falls Church City Boundaries to Arlington County Line
  • Arlington County Line northwest to the Potomac River
  • Potomac River is the Northern border.


McLean Little League Softball Boundaries:

  • From Northwestern point follow Potomac River east to Donaldson Run.
  • South following Donaldson Run to N 30th Street.
  • South on N 30th Street to N Vernon Street.
  • Southwest on Old Dominion Drive to Lee Highway.
  • Southwest on Lee Highway to West Street.
  • North on West Street to Fairwood Lane.
  • Northwest on Fairwood Lane to Shreve Road.
  • From intersection of Fairwood Lane & Shreve Road go Northwest to 495.
  • 495 to 123.
  • 123 south to Tysons Blvd.
  • North on Tysons Blvd. to Westpark Drive.
  • Follow Westpark Drive to Route 7.
  • West on Route 7 to Route 267.
  • West on Route 267 to Northwest edge of Wolftrap Farm Park.
  • Go Northwest to intersection of Browne Mill Road and Beulah Road.
  • Beulah Road south to Route 7.
  • Route 7 east to Towlston Road.
  • Follow Towlston Road north to Georgetown Pike.
  • West on Georgetown Pike to Great Falls Park.
  • Following Eastern border of Great Falls Park back to Potomac River.

For those living outside of our boundaries, for reference we note below the boundaries of our neighboring Little Leagues:

Vienna Little League Boundary as published by the District 4 Administrator is:

  • Leesburg Pike West to Route 267
  • At western edge of Wolftrap Park NW to intersection of Beulah Road and Browns Mill Road
  • North on Beulah Rd to Route 7
  • East on Route 7
  • North on Lyons Road
  • At end of Lyons proceed north below Ripplebook
  • West to Woody Lane
  • SW to Tackroom Lane
  • SW to Colvin Run
  • Difficult Run to Stuart Mill Road
  • Stuart Mill Road to Foxmill Road
  • Southeast along Foxmill Road to Waples Mill Road
  • Waples Mill Road to Oakton Road south along Germantown Road
  • Route 66 east to Blake Lane
  • Southeast on Blake Lane to Route 50
  • Route 50 east to Gallows Road
  • Gallows Road north to Route 66
  • East on Route 66 to Route 495

 

Falls Church Little League Boundary as published by the District 4 Administrator is:

 

  • Starting at Northern Point Route 495 and Route 267 Toll Road
  • West on Route 267 to Route 7 Leesburg Pike
  • East Route 7 to 495
  • South along Route 495 to Route 66
  • West on Route 66 to Gallows Road
  • South on Gallows Road to Route 50
  • East on Route 50 to Route 495
  • South along Route 495 to Holmes Run creek
  • Following Holmes Run creek to Annandale Road
  • Annandale Road north to Kerns Road
  • Kerns Road east to Sleepy Hollow Road
  • Sleepy Hollow Road north to Leesburg Pike
  • Leesburg Pike east to Row Street
  • Row Street to Munson Hill Road
  • Munson Hill Road to Olin Road
  • Olin Road to Route 50
  • Route 50 east to Arlington County Line
  • Arlington County line northwest to Intersection of Arlington County, Fairfax County & Falls
  • Church City limits
  • Falls Church City limits to Haycock Road
  • Haycock Road to Route 7
  • West on Route 7 to Route 66
  • Route 66 east to 267
  • Route 267 to 495