Frequently Asked Questions - registration

FAQs - registration

Questions regarding registration.

 

Registration will officially commence April 1st, 2017.  You may sign up in person or register online at http://www.utefootball.org/.

Registration Times

6/9/2018 Hunter Library 6:00pm - 8:00pm 
6/16/2018 Hunter Library 6:00pm - 8:00pm
6/30/2018 Hunter Park 12:00pm - 3:00pm
7/14/2018 Hunter Park 9:00am - 1:00pm

What you need to bring:

New Players Only:  Birth Certificate or Valid Passport

All Players including 1st time players:
ONE OF THE FOLLOWING:

  • Rocky Mtn Power Bill
  • West Valley City Utility Bill (garbage)
  • Granger/Hunter Improvement District Bill (water)
  • Checking/Savings account statement
  • Property Tax Receipt.

Registration Fee:  $300.00

Payment Plans are set up through Zions Bank.  We have all the necessary paperwork to get that started for you.
Final Payment must be made prior to equipment being issued.

REQUIRED FORMS - There are several forms that must be completed, signed, and submitted prior to the first practice.

Ute Conference By-Law 13.5: There will be one (1) official weigh-in held just prior to the start of league play; this weigh-in will be conducted according to procedures set up by the Executive Committee. Additionally, there may be (1) late weigh-in for players in both divisions which registered late or missed the official weigh-in. This would be held during the week between the first and second game. The purpose of this late weigh-in is to give those players who registered after the official weigh-in or missed the official weigh-in the opportunity to be added to the certified roster, thus allowing them to play as an eligible player. There would be no “X” removal, “Y”up or “Z” down player weigh –ins at this late weigh-in.

Classification Age(s) Max lbs Z Down Weight If Over Max. Lbs.
"X" Designation
DIVISION ONE
Scout 7-8 85 No Z down (Or optional 1 year move "Y" UP ONLY
For 8-year-olds only)
Gremlin 9 95 Z Weight 10 yr old - 75 lbs Or optional 1 year move "Y" UP ONLY
Pee Wees 10 105 Z Weight 11 yr old - 85 lbs Or optional 1 year move
Mity Mites 11 125 Z Weight 12 yr old - 105 lbs Or optional 1 year move
DIVISION TWO
GridIron 12 135 Z Weight 13 yr old - 115 lbs Or optional 1 year move
Bantams

13
(14) must be
in 8th Grade*

165 Z Weight 14 yr old - 155 lbs Or optional 1 year move to "Z" down only.  No "Y" up to Junior.
Juniors 14-15 UNLIMITED  

Or optional 1 year move
(15-yr olds cannot "Z" Down)

14 year old 8th grade players will need to show proof of grade during weigh in. Copy of official document will need to be kept on file.
* This move down for 14 year old 8th grade Players will be for districts without Junior teams only.
If a 14 year old Junior wishes to “Z” down, from a district that fields a Junior Team then all corresponding “Z” down rules are still in effect. (2015)

To read more on Ute Conference By-Laws, click here

Players can begin receiving their equipment during the remaining in-person registrations.

Location Date Time
Hunter Park July 14th 9:00am - 1:00pm 
Hunter Park July 21st 9:00am - 1:00pm 

If you have registered online, please bring a copy of your receipt and proof of residency.

On the 21st, coaches will fit their players prior to or after the 1st practice.

 

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Hunter Little League provides the basic equipment necessary to participate in football. This includes: helmet, shoulder pads, mouth guard, all-in-one practice and game pants, and home and away jerseys. This equipment must be returned in good condition at the end of the season. Shoes, practice socks and practice jerseys are not provided.  Game socks will be set up through your coach and will require an additional fee (usually $8-10).  This ensures all players on each team receive the correct size socks.

Your registration fee also helps to cover some of the expenses required to run a successful program. This includes such items as practice and game field rental fees, officials, insurance, coaching equipment and training, safety education, and player development. Hunter Little League must also rely on your assistance through volunteerism and fundraising to cover all costs associated with the program.