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Ready for some football? Join the Jr. Trojans

JR. TROJANS football gives youngsters a chance to improve their football skills. Tryouts begin July 25. Courtesy photo
JR. TROJANS football gives youngsters a chance to improve their football skills. Tryouts begin July 25. Courtesy photo

Oak Ridge Jr. Trojans is now accepting 2011 online football registrations.

Regirstration will be a two step process. Each player must register online, pay registration fees, deposits and other options via the website: jrtrojans.org/ Registration. A three-pay payment option is available.

All registrants will be required to set up a sign-on ID and password to access their account. After completing the initial registration each participant will be able to access their account at any time. They will be able to check their balances due, update their contact information and make any outstanding payments if necessary. Keep your ID and password somewhere that can be easily accessed.

All of the age and weight restrictions, along with a breakdown of fees, are located within the registration system for review prior to registering.

The second step after completing the online registration is to print and complete the league documents at jrtrojans.org/Documents.asp. In addition to these documents, all new participants will need to bring a certified copy of their birth certificate. Do not bring the original copy as it will not be returned.

All participants must provide their most recent school transcript indicating a GPA of 2.0 or better. Participants with non-letter grades must provide their transcript showing “S” or above and mascot participants not yet school age are exempt from providing a transcript.

Jr. Trojan football tryouts will be held beginning Monday, July 25.

For more information visit jrtrojans.com.

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