Huntingdon Valley Athletics Association
Huntingdon Valley parents form a local youth baseball team and enter the team in the Sandlot Sports Association.
Huntingdon Valley Athletic Association was chartered in Lower Moreland Township.
The Lower Moreland Mens Club organizes a youth baseball program.
Mr. Robert Derby and several residents establish the Huntingdon Valley Athletic Association and transfers the baseball program from the Mens Club.
Baseball registration increases to 90 boys. Teams play in the Sandlot Sports Association.
As new residents begin to populate Lower Moreland, registration increases to 200. Community leagues are established.
The Huntingdon Valley Athletic Association transitions to the Huntingdon Valley Activities Association. A constitution and by-laws are written and a Board of Directors is elected.
Due to philosophical differences, several HVAA board members and coaches leave HVAA and form Pine AA, a competitive youth baseball organization in HV.
Pine AA is dissolved and baseball participation exceeds 300.
Soccer and basketball activities are added, however, soccer is dropped due to lack of coaches.
HVAA withdraws from Sandlot sports and enters all baseball travel teams in the Montco leagues.
American Legion baseball franchise is granted. Softball is introduced.
Wrestling was introduced but dropped due to lack of interest.
Baseball and softball registers 700 youths. Tennis tournament becomes part of a growing HVAA program.
Mr. Calvin Walsh introduces and develops our HVAA soccer program.
T-Ball is introduced for 7-8 year olds.
The Legion Baseball Team advances to semi-finals in Region 3 Pennsylvania Tournament after winning the Lower Montgomery County Championship.
The HVAA administers a diversified program for soccer, basketball, and baseball with the total registration of 1200 for all activities.
Dr. Joseph Breitman started Taekwondo at HVAA.
Mr. Robert Lakata introduced the Huntingdon Valley Chess Club under the HVAA umbrella. Participants compete in the US Chess Federation Tournaments.
COVID 19 Pandemic cancelled softball, baseball, and in-house basketball seasons. Soocer was able to occur. Taekwondo continued virtually.
HVAA introduces a new successful program, Adult Summer Softball.