The Wolverines Promise
The Sherwood Park Wolverines Football Club
. . . commitment
. . . desire
. . . loyalty
. . . hustle
. . . ability
The Wolverines commit that each and every player who wears the Wolverines Navy and Gold will play in all exhibition and regular season games, according to his commitment, desire, loyalty, hustle and ability.
We are committed to developing athletes both on and off the field of play so that each individual can succeed. Football is not life – it is a tool that can help individuals achieve their goals and dreams.
Wolverines Football is family oriented and we will always accommodate a players family, religious, and scholastic obligations and commitments. We believe that family, education, and religious belief come before football.
Code of Ethics
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The Wolverines have qualified coaching staff who have both competed and coached at high levels of football. Our coaching staff is accountable to both the players and parents. Together, with parental support, we can develop players.
Sherwood Park Wolverines are excited to announce the return of our following Coaching Staff for the 2017 season:
HEAD COACH Brad Reid:
Brad brings a wealth of football experience and knowledge to our team. Some of the highlights of his coaching career include: 11 years with Bev Facey High School including nine (9) seasons as Head Coach of the Bev Facey Junior Football Team; five (5) years as SP Wolverines Midget Football Head Coach; four (4) years as SP Wolverines Bantam Football Head Coach; and two (2) years as Offensive Line Coordinator with McNally High School. Brad believes in the "Wolverine way, players need to play to develop" and he is grateful to be a part of the Wolverines Family.
Additional members of the Coaching Team bringing technical experience, enthusiasm and a love of football to the SP Wolverines this season include:
Coach Andrew, Coach Levi, Coach Zach
Coach Eric, Coach Lucas, Coach Curtis
Coach Kevin, Coach Travis, Coach Murray,
Coach Dan, Coach Wes