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Question Number: 32191

Other 1/23/2018

RE: Under 14

Lelia of Claxton, GEORGIA Evans asks...

This question is a follow up to question 102500

If a child in the 8 grade fails 2 class one class by 1 point can they try out for soccer

Answer provided by Referee Joe McHugh

Hi Lelia
Really we would not know the answer to this. I suggest you contact the organizers of the tryouts in your area.
http://www.georgiasoccer.org/odp/odp_tryouts/
For talented players there is always opportunities to progress in soccer.




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Answer provided by Referee Peter Grove

Hi Lelia,
This would be something that would be subject to local or high school regulations rather than the rules (NFHS) or laws (IFAB). The link provided by ref McHugh may well contain some useful information



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