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May 20, 2010

LLLF registrations this weekend

LOCKPORT — An annual Lockport sports institution for half a century, Lockport Little Loop Football is gearing up for its annual registration weekend on Saturday and Sunday as well as June 12 and 13 at Exchange Club Field, Outwater Park.

Veteran LLLF players and cheerleaders can sign up this Saturday or Sunday, from noon to 2 p.m. at the Little Loop complex. New players can sign up at the same time on June 12 or 13 at Outwater.

Teams are limited on a first-come, first-served basis with the first practices slated for Aug. 2.

LLLF teams are the freshman Pirates (8-9-years-old), the J.V. Bandits (10-11) and the varsity Buccaneers (12-13).

The registration fee for football is $100 and for cheerleading it’s $70. Those with more than one participating child will pay $180 for two children and $270 for three children, with a fourth child from the immediate family playing for free.

According to veteran LLLF coach Gil Eaton, new this season is an instructional Pee Wee Division for 6-7-year-olds.

“Participants will learn the fundamentals of football and cheerleading in a non-competitive atmosphere,” Eaton said.

“Practices will be limited to two to three per week. Scrimmage games will be played without officials or score keeping. This will give children a great introduction to the sports with emphasis on safety and fun.”

The Pee Wee registration fee is $60 for football and $50 for cheerleading. There are no price breaks for additional children in the Pee Wee Division.

First-time participants must provide a copy of their birth certificate. All participants must also provide proof of doctor’s physical within the last year.

For more information on LLLF, contact Eaton at 434-1064 or president Steve Calhoun at 946-1109 for football or Melanie Malcolm for cheerleading at 930-6680.

You can also log onto www.lockportlittleloopfootball.net.

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