Important 2023 Dates
Mid-Feb: Registration begins
March 22: Jr. Wolverines Info Night for rising 6th-grade parents
April 23: First Equipment pick up (Noon to 5 p.m.)
April 26: Jr. Wolverines Info Night for rising 7th-grade and 8th-grade parents - 630 PM in the Woodstock High School Auditorium
April 30: Second Equipment pick up (Noon to 5 p.m.)
May 1-20: Spring Practice
May 13: Spring Jamboree at WHS
May 20: Spring Jamboree at Etowah HS
July 17: Fall Practices Begin
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Woodstock Jr. Wolverines is the feeder football program for Woodstock High School (Ga.). Players in 6th through 8th grades attend Woodstock Middle School and Freedom Middle School and are zoned to attend Woodstock High School.
The program is directed by Max Burmeister and is supported by the Woodstock High School Touchdown Club and the Jr. Wolverines Board of Directors. Burmeister played youth football and went on to play at the high school level for Sprayberry (Marietta, Ga.) in Cobb County. He has had the pleasure of coaching at various levels from CYFA (Cherokee Youth Football Association) to the Jr. Wolverines.
The Jr. Wolverines program is committed to providing young athletes with an opportunity to learn the game of football in a positive environment. We abide by the Georgia High School Association (GHSA), which has a clear and concise statement regarding the behaviors of coaches, athletes, and spectators.
"The GHSA and its member schools have made a commitment to promote good sportsmanship by student/athletes, coaches, and spectators at all GHSA sanctioned events. Profanity, degrading remarks, and intimidating actions directed at officials, coaches, or competitors will not be tolerated, and are grounds for removal from the event site. Spectators are not allowed to enter the competition area during warm-ups or while the contest is being conducted. Thank you for your cooperation in the promotion of good sportsmanship at today's event."
Additionally, it is paramount that all adults who interact with our players model positive behavior. These adults should demonstrate sportsmanship, effective leadership skills, and good character while teaching players about healthy competition. Administrators, coaches, and parents must work together toward a common goal: to be positive role models and represent the Woodstock Jr. Wolverines program in a positive image.
General questions about the program can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org