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PVYA - Potomac Valley Youth Association, Inc.

PVYA Track and Field

Welcome to PVYA Track and Field!

Established in 1982, the Track and Field programs is one of the oldest programs offered by PVYA.  It is open to all area boys and girls grades 1 through 8.

Track is a Spring sport with practices starting in mid-March running until June 1st.

Practice is held on the Brunswick High School track, two nights per week, 5:30 pm - 6:45 pm, the dates vary based on facility availability.  A series of weekend meets is offered at various locations in the mid-Maryland area.  

PVYA hosts the first meet of the season each year at our home track.
Competition is done in 2 year age groups.
The program teaches the basic skills, strategies and rules of the sport of track & field and provides for a competitive experience for those who wish to take part in that aspect of the sport.

Registration is done in person at meet the coach night or at the first two practice sessions.  The fee is reasonable and we offer a family discount for more than one athlete.

This is a sport that feeds into the high school program and has many life long carry over values in terms of fitness and working with others.

Parent volunteer help is always welcome and the program stresses personal improvement and learning in a fun way.

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PVYA TRACK & FIELD  Spring 2022 program:


Youth Track & Field will hold registration for the Spring program on Monday March 7th and Tuesday March 8th from 5:30 pm - 6:30 pm.  
This will take place in the Main Entrance lobby of Brunswick High School.  We will not use online registration.
If you miss these 2 dates you can register on the first week of practice, March 14th and March 16th on the Brunswick High School track.
You can also get more details of the program by contacting coach Zumbach at [email protected]
The program is open to all area boys and girls ages 7 -14

Our Mission:

We are a track & field program teaching the fundamentals of both track and field events while having fun.

Track & Field Coordinator:  Lee Zumbach