The National Women's Football Association has announced that Marshall, Texas will be fielding a women's football team for the 2009 season. The new team is named the East Texas Saberkats.
Tryouts will be held on May the 24 at 10am and May 31 at 11am at William B. Travis Elementary School (300 West Carolanne Blvd. in Marshall).
From Longview-Get on Hwy. 80 East to Marshall at the 1st light in Marshall take a right that is loop 390. take loop 390 all the way to the end. Make a left at the end of loop 390 this will be Hwy. 43. Take Hwy 43 to 2nd light this will be south Washington make a right. Go about 1 mile to tryout sign and make a right on West Carolanne Blvd. You will see the school on the left.
From Kilgore, Tyler and Jacksonville-Get on I-20 East to Marshall and Exit Hwy 43 this exit should be the 1st Marshall exit. Take hwy. 43 to 2nd light this light is South Washington St. Make a right. Go about 1 mile to tryout sign that will be West Carolanne Blvd. Make a right the school will be on your left.
For additional information on the Saberkats, please email email@example.com or call (979) 204-3916.
For additional information on the National Women's Football Association, please visit our global website at WomensFootballCentral.com or call the league office at 615-860-4084.
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