Weatherford Democrat

Top News

March 13, 2014

Youth grid league heads east

WPWFL sign ups set for March 22

(Continued)

Football teams will also be broken down for kids ages 6-11 with a team for ages six and seven, another for ages eight and nine and a third for ages 10 and 11, Frank said. Early bird registration for the season, which begins in August, is set for Saturday, March 22, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Harberger Hill Community Center, 701 Narrow St., in Weatherford. Registration is $150 on March 22 and $175 afterwards.

Crystal Frank, cheerleader director of the WPWFL, says cheerleaders are also needed for the March 22 registration. Crystal says teams are grouped by age level much like football, except when a cheerleader has a sibling playing football.

“We really like the player and cheerleader to be together whenever possible to try and keep the parent from being torn in two different directions,” Frank said. “Other than that, they will be kept within their age group.”

Registration for the complete cheerleading package, including uniform and accessories, is $285 during the March 22 registration and $325 afterwards. No future registration dates have been planned, Frank said.

Frank said the league is always looking for coaches. An application, screening and interview process will be conducted. For more information on registration, visit www.weatherfordoutlawfootball.com.

Text Only
Top News
Must Read
Top News
House Ads
AP Video
Judge Ponders Overturning Colo. Gay Marriage Ban Airlines Halt Travel to Israel Amid Violence NYPD Chief Calls for 'use of Force' Retraining VA Nominee McDonald Goes Before Congress Bush: Don't Worry, Sugarland Isn't Breaking Up US Official: Most Migrant Children to Be Removed Police Probing Brooklyn Bridge Flag Switch CDC Head Concerned About a Post-antibiotic Era Raw: First Lady Says `Drink Up' More Water Courts Conflicted Over Healthcare Law Holder Urges Bipartisanship on Immigration Raw: Truck, Train Crash Leads to Fireball US Airlines Cancel Israel Flights Obama Signs Workforce Training Law Crash Victims' Remains Reach Ukraine-held City Diplomatic Push Intensifies to End War in Gaza Cat Fans Lap Up Feline Film Festival Michigan Plant's Goal: Flower and Die Veteran Creates Job During High Unemployment
Poll

The City of Weatherford is considering an ordinance that would ban smoking inside restaurants and enclosed areas where food is prepared, sold or consumed. Do you agree with this proposal?

Yes
No
Undecided
Don't care
     View Results