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Become a Renegade

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There are two (2) ways to become a Kansas Renegade!


Coaches! Bring your Team Over!

Being a part of an organization isn’t a money grab or a bad thing, IF, you are with the right organization!  With the most affordable fee’s around for the value our coaches and players have, it’s a no brainer!  

Our Renegade family has access to practice facilities, coaching mentors, coaching resources and tools, as well as recruiting resources, (just to name a few), available to them with a simple phone call, text, or e-mail.  We believe by empowering our coaches the players become better, stronger, and ready for their futures. 

We’d love to chat with you about this opportunity, please reach out!  We’d love to chat with you!

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Individual Players!  Join a Team!

Organization-wide tryouts are usually held at the end of each summer season, ie: end of July or beginning of August, and are for the upcoming fall and spring/summer seasons.  As we get closer to that time period we will post details and registration information.

The tryouts for Fall 2020 - Summer 2021 season have passed, however, we currently have teams looking for players to fill their rosters.  Please feel free to contact any of the coaches below for information on their team and to schedule a private tryout.

If you don’t see an age division you are looking for or want more information please reach out and we can set up a time to chat!

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Teams Looking

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18U Team Looking for a Player

18U Team Looking for a Player

Posted Date: 02/14/2021

Coach Heather Betzen’s 18U Team is looking to fill a couple of spots for the 2021 season. They would like a committed player that can play multiple positions at a high level. . . .

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14U Team Looking for a Player

14U Team Looking for a Player

Posted Date: 02/14/2021

Coach Donnie Collins’ 14U Team is looking to fill a spot on their roster with a 2007 birthdate.  They would like a committed player that can play multiple positions at a high level. For more . . .

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