High School Spring League

The 2019 season has come to a close. Read on below to hear how the season finished or get more information leading up to next year. 

2019 Season Details

There is a preseason meeting for coaches/team parents taking place Saturday January 12th from 10:00am-12:00pm at the Durand Mill Clubhouse (1880 Grist Stone Court NE, Atlanta, GA  30307).

AFDC Juniors organizes the High School Spring League to facilitate competition between Atlanta area schools – both boys & girls, varsity & junior varsity. The league typically runs during the second half of the school year in the winter to early spring (Feb-Apr).

Two round-robin weekend tournaments are offered during the season for additional play. The regular season then concludes with the HS State Championship tournament, also know as HS States, for USAU registered teams, usually held the last weekend in April. For newer teams or teams not registered through USAU we host an end of season tournament as well to cap off the season.

League Schedule & Format

More to come soon.

Participating Schools

Girls Varsity (DI)

  • Brookwood
  • Decatur HS
  • Grady HS
  • Paideia School – *2019 State Champs*
  • Woodward Academy

Boys Varsity

  • Atlanta International School
  • Brookwood
  • Decatur HS
  • Grady HS – *2019 State Champs*
  • Lakeside HS
  • Lambert HS
  • Mountain View HS
  • Paideia School
  • Tucker HS
  • Woodward Academy

Girls Junior Varsity (DII)

  • Atlanta International School
  • Maynard Jackson HS – *2019 State Champs*
  • Paideia School (2 teams)
  • Woodward Academy

Boys Junior Varsity

  • Lanier – *2019 Champs*
  • New School

End of Season Tournaments

The HS State Championship, or States, tournament is the conclusion of the HS Spring League season for USAU registered teams. Use the links below to see final tournament results for each division:

Read a full wrap-up on the season and tournaments here.

For the past few years, the Girls Varsity finals has been hosted by Atlanta Hustle as a youth showcase game. Teams face-off in a stadium under the lights and in front of a large crowd of family, friends, and supporters. This event strives to raise the profile of youth and girls’ ultimate.

In 2019, the Girls Varsity finals was also part of the Atlanta Block Party, a triple header with the Atlanta Hustle and Atlanta Soul. Paideia beat Grady HS 13-4, to become the state champs and kick-off a historic event in Atlanta ultimate. The Atlanta Hustle clenched their first season win over the Austin Sol and the Atlanta Soul hosted Colombia Revolution for the start of their tour across the US.



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