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The RRL Jr. Indians cheerleading is designed to allow girls to learn the basics of cheerleading which includes cheering, tumbling, stunting, dancing as well as some basic of football, allowing them to understand the game they are cheering for. Our philosophy is to give all cheerleaders a positive experience working with others and feeling like part of a team. We want to enhance our football games with fun, athletic and energetic spirit.
The mission of the RRL Junior Indians is to create a league with the purpose to instruct youth in the skills of Football and Cheerleading; where they can play, have fun, and make friends without any fear of discrimination; and where all participating organizations have a set of rules so they have a sense of fair play. Our vision is to serve as a catalyst for stimulating Football and Cheerleading in the Roscoe-Rockton and surrounding communities; to play a major role in teaching fundamentals, skills, proficiency, teamwork, regardless of race, color, creed, age. religion or gender.
The purpose of RRL Junior Indians Football & Cheer is to provide an understanding of the game of football and encourage sportsmanship and character in the game and life. Our mission is to teach the fundamentals and rules in addition to the physical, mental, and emotional aspects of the game. We are committed to encouraging a balance of football, family, school, and fun. Our goal is that the athlete will understand how football promotes and develops positive life qualities such as team, respect, discipline, effort, perseverance and fitness. We hope you will find our website both informative and user friendly.
RRL Jr. Indians Football
RRL Jr. Indians Football is a member of the Northern Illinois Football Conference (NIFC). We are a feeder program for District 207 Hononegah High School. We have six divisions of football; 8th Grade, 7th Grade, Heavyweight, Middleweight, Lightweight and Flyweight. The lower 4 divisions of football have a major emphasis on playing time, so all eligible athletes will play; however, players will earn positions and slightly more playing time.
As we prepare our 7th and 8th graders for high school, our expectations and requirements differ. This level of football plays all eligible athletes; however, players will earn a position and more playing time based on skill, attitude, effort, teamwork and sportsmanship. Substitution and cross training are encouraged to develop non-starting players.