Greetings from the Middletown Valley Athletic Association,

   I would like to take this opportunity to thank you for visiting the Middletown Valley Athletic Association
(MVAA) web site and introduce you to our sports program. The MVAA was created in 1971 to afford the 
children and parents of the Middletown Valley an opportunity to participate and compete in a variety of 
sports. Over the past 43 years, the MVAA has grown to more than 1,200 families to become one of the 
finest youth sports associations in the state of Maryland. On behalf of the Board of Directors and 
parents of Middletown, I want to thank all the volunteers that help shape the minds and bodies of our 
youth. It needs to be emphasized that all personnel within the MVAA are dedicated volunteers who give 
their time and themselves to make your child’s athletic experience positive and memorable. 
Furthermore, the MVAA is an extension of this historic town and it is our responsibility is to 
demonstrate respect, responsibility and class at all times. 
 
   The primary goal of the MVAA is that all of our children be afforded an opportunity to participate in 
instructional, recreational, and competitive athletics. We hope that these experiences will result in 
making the Middletown High School programs the best in the state. These programs offer different 
levels of athletic competition; ranging from developmental through select-level play, so that a wider 
range of children may take advantage of the different levels of competition. The MVAA primary vision is 
to produce young adults who understand and display the meaning of leadership, discipline, integrity, 
hard work, and personal courage. Along with this experience, we hope to teach our athletes how to win 
with pride and accept defeat with dignity; a lesson we hope they will carry with them through life.
 
   As our community expands, so does the need for adequate park and field space. The strategic 
planning initiative of the Board of Directors, in concert with the Town Board, secured the funding for the 
development of 88 acres of open land from the Remsberg family to be used for parks and recreation 
fields. The Remsberg Park Project is a collaborated effort between the MVAA, the Town of Middletown, 
and Maryland Project Open Space. The initial phase of the development plan is complete and is 
currently being utilized for Football, Soccer and Lacrosse. The MVAA will continue to work with the 
Town of Middletown to expand where it is necessary and fiscally responsible. 
 
   Please explore our web site and if you have any questions or comments, please feel free to contact 
me (scott@mvaasports.com) or any member of our Board of Directors (see BOD link at top left). As 
always, we will be happy to assist you.
 
Sincerely,
Scott T. Farrow 
President, Middletown Valley Athletic Association