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The Scott Scorpion Senior Team takes a group photo after winning the 2015 Chesterfield Quarterback League Superbowl on Saturday, December 5, 2015 by a
score of 8-0 over the Robious Buccaneers.


The Scott Athletic Association is a registered 501(c)3 non-profit corporation and was formed to provide football, baseball, basketball, cheerleading, and NOW girls softball for the youth in our community. The Scott Athletic Association was formed to ensure that the youth in our community would be better served and have a greater opportunity to participate in organized sports.  
Mission Statement
  • Develop well-rounded young men and women who learn not only the fundamentals of athletics, but also the importance of education, teamwork, and strong character - and having a good time along the way. We practice the ideals of sportsmanship, scholarship and physical fitness. Our program stresses learning lessons of value far beyond the playing days, such as self-discipline, teamwork, concentration, friendship, leadership, and, good sportsmanship.
The Value of Sports  
  • Sports are one of the greatest tools that exist in today's society to help children develop positive character traits and life values. Early adolescence is a time when children are looking for basic values that they can count on in their lives. Under the right conditions, many youth sports experiences can be enormously beneficial, teaching the importance of teamwork, cooperation, and hard work, among many other qualities.

  • During the years in which most children are typically involved in organized sports they are learning about themselves psychologically, physically, emotionally, and socially. During this time in their lives their personalities are being molded, their bodies are going through all sorts of changes, and their minds are forming lasting impressions on the importance of sports in their lives. It is at this level that parents and coaches play the greatest role in making the sports experience positive, healthy, but safe. Clearly, the results of a child's experiences during these years are crucial, especially when we consider the positive role sports can play in their overall development.

  • Children learn a multitude of important lessons through sports that are basic to leading productive adult lives in our society. Sports provide an ideal forum to teach such valuable fundamentals as ethics, abiding by the rules, winning and losing with grace, coping with success and failure, respecting authority figures, always striving to do your best, etc. These traits provide the building blocks that help young citizens of our communities become well-balanced adults, and which translate into leading productive lives. Activities at home, church, school and clubs, to name just a few, all play a big role in a child's growth and development.

    Organized sports are certainly at, or near, the top of that list.