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Current News - Current News - We are excited to for the upcoming fall season!

  • Registration will open May 15th and close June 15th
  • Evaluations will be held for every Middie and Junior player at Kinder Park turf fields. New this year, we ask every player come to the evaluation day in order to help assign teams based on skill levels.
    - June 12th – Middie age group from 5:30 to 7:30 pm
    - June 14th – Junior age group from 5:30 to 7:30 pm
    - June 19th – Middie and Junior make up day from 5:30 to 7:30 pm
    - If necessary additional make up days will be added.
ABOUT: Welcome to Field Hockey- the greatest girls sport! Green Hornets Field Hockey participates in the Anne Arundel County Fall sports program. Our mission is to provide a positive team experience, while teaching solid field hockey skills to our girls. We have a wonderful group of volunteer coaches who dedicate countless hours to this sport and our organization. Girls- play hard, have fun. Parents- cheer loud, enjoy the games. Sticks down and work together!

Sticklettes: 1st and 2nd Grade
Pee Wee: 3rd and 4th Grade
Middie: 5th and 6th Grade
Junior: 7th and 8th Grade

TEAM ASSEMBLY: At the Sticklettes and Pee Wee levels, teams are mainly determined by school grade level and school attended. Thereafter, teams are typically determined by coach or parent request. Parents should use the Special Request section of the online registration form to request a team with a specific coach, school mates, or carpools. We do our best to accommodate all requests.

We hold evaluations for Middie and Junior team assignments. These are not mandatory but ask that you help us by given our coaches an opportunity to understand each girl’s skill to properly place on a team. Special parent request will be considered but we will focus on building balanced teams. We will also use this time to identify our competitive A division teams.

Green Hornets Field Hockey players.

SEASON AND KEY DATES: The County sets the season game schedules.

The schedules are posted on the county site:

Games will start the weekend of August 26th and end by the beginning of November. All games are played in Anne Arundel county- generally on school fields. Sticklettes and Pee Wees play 7 versus 7 players on half size turf fields. Pee Wees play 9 season games, usually on the weekends, although a few games may be played on weekdays. All other ages play 11 versus 11 players on full size turf fields. Middies and Juniors play 9 season games on weekdays and weekends, followed by single elimination playoffs.

Here are key dates to remember:
May 15- Registration starts online at (Seniors directly with county at
June 15- Registration ends (although there is usually a waitlist after the first week of June)
Early August- Practices Start
late August - Games Start
Last week October- Middie and Junior playoffs start
Beginning of November- Season end Ice Cream Social.

COST: The fee for 2016 will be $105 per player in our PeeWee, Middie and Junior levels and $100 for our new Sticklettes program. This fee is used to pay for team equipment, uniforms, county fees, and officiating fees.

EQUIPMENT NEEDED: Players need a stick, protective eyewear, shin guards, colored (not clear) mouth guard, and water bottle.

-Protective eyewear is now mandatory. Both polycarbonate lens style and wire frame style protective eyewear are acceptable for county play, so long as they meet the ASTM F2713-09 safety standard.

Green Hornets Field Hockey players.

-We are always looking for volunteers to coach or help during the season. If you want to volunteer, complete the volunteer form at


What size stick do I need?
The general guideline is the stick reaches about hip height. A 32 inch stick will work for most Pee Wees.

What if I have never played field hockey?
No worries. We welcome all new players who have a positive attitude and strong work ethic.

Does Green Hornets Field Hockey do Evaluations?
No. See the Team Assembly section for how teams are put together. We do hold tryouts for Middie and Junior competitive A teams for girls who choose to tryout for those teams. No evaluations or tryouts are needed to play on our many other teams.

Where do I find game schedules and weather info?
The county makes the game schedules and decides on weather related closings. See the county site:

How many players on a team?
Sticklettes and Pee Wees play 7 versus 7 players on a half size field. All other age groups play 11 versus 11.

How often are practices?
Practices are decided by coaches, but are generally held twice a week on weekday evenings. Teams in the A division may practice three times a week at the beginning of the season.

Where are practices?
Again decided by coaches, but are generally held at Severna Park schools or Kinder Farm Park.

When/where games?
The county makes the game schedule. Games start the first week of September and end in October. Middie and Junior games are generally on weekdays, Sticklettes and Pee Wees generally on weekends. All games are generally at Anne Arundel county high school turf fields.

How many games are played a season?
Sticklettes and Pee Wees play 10 games. All other age groups play 9 games. All Middies and Juniors have playoffs following the 9 season games.

Do the Green Hornets participate in any other programs besides the county’s fall season?
No. Individual coaches may assemble teams to play in the county’s spring and summer Middie and Junior leagues and in winter indoor leagues.

Commissioner: Robyn Formica

For all questions, comments and inquires, please send me an e-mail.

Last 2/19/2018

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