Monday, July 27th, 1st day of practice....Drink lots of water and bring a labeled water bottle.
If you are unsure where to be, our practice fields are on the outside of the baseball fields. Board members will be present to direct anyone that needs help. If you have not picked up your equipment, then come to the shed from 4:30 - 7pm.
Jr. Micro and Micro is from 5pm - 7pm.
JPW, PW, and Midget will be from 7pm - 9pm.
(if you are PW, you will need to sign in at the table and get a wrist band at field closest to the Library, behind baseball field)
What to wear...
We ask that players wear their spirit pack gear, blue shorts and red shirts. They will also need to wear their helmets. Mouth pieces will be given out at practice as well (if you have your own that is ok but, you may not wear red or white. If it is clear then it must have a different color fastener.)
Cheer is from 6pm - 8pm
What to wear...
cheerleaders wear tennis shoes and athletic gear, if your shorts are too short then wear spankies underneath.
Refunds will be granted in the amount of $220 (minus spirit pack) on or before AUGUST 4TH. Request on or after August 5th will only be granted if due to an injury that is deemed SEASON ENDING and a note from the doctor must be submitted.
ORANGECREST JAAF MISSION STATEMENT
The goal of the Orangecrest J.A.A.F. Youth Football and Cheer Organization is to teach young men and women the fundamentals of football and cheer in an atmosphere that challenges and supports team sportsmanship, individual self-discipline, physical fitness, and positive competition. We seek to comply with the rules and guidelines set forth by the Southern California J.A.A.F. conference and our own Chapter by-laws. We hope to create meaningful experiences for each participant that they may take what they have learned and the relationships they have formed, to remain active in this and other youth programs. It is our desire that the participants witness the value of adult volunteer service and that the Orangecrest J.A.A.F. Youth Football and Cheer organization serves as a positive presence in the community.