In This Issue of Wolfpack Tracks…
- Introducing Coach Cesar Quezada!!
- Pictures Wanted!!!
- Wolves Junior Academy pauses for the Easter Bunny, and still struggles with Mother Nature!
- Kroger (Bakers Supermarkets) Soccer partnership round two!
- Wolves Spring Cup Tournament – June 3-5 – Mark your calendars!
Welcome Coach Cesar!
We welcome coach Cesar Quezada to Wolves this Spring. He has recently relocated to the area for a new job at Creighton University. We’re excited to have him in the Pack to help with the Arctic Wolves and use his goalkeeping experience for all teams!
Look for more coaches’ biographies in future issues of the Tracks!
Parents, coaches, or anyone – please submit your team or player photos to the club. We would love to be featuring a player or team of the week in our newsletters and blogs. Send team photos (in uniform), or any game action shots to email@example.com, along with any pertinent information.
We also welcome news about non-soccer achievements by our players – academic success, community work, just let us know!
Simple Truth Soccer Partnership
The second round of the Simple Truth Partnership will start Thursday. We will be getting a generous donation from Kroger / Baker’s in return for passing along these offers to you this Spring. Please help us keep our costs down by opening the emails, clicking on the Save Now or social media links for the weekly offers from Bakers. Wolves can earn additional support bonuses if we get enough engagement (email opens, clicks, etc.) so please do your part to support our supporters!
Junior Academy Update
Last Saturday’s Junior Academy (La Vista Academy & League programs managed by Wolves) was cancelled due to the Sports Complex hosting La Vista’s annual easter egg hunt. Mother Nature continues to tease us with non-Spring like conditions (too hot or too cold) but we did get in another windy session on Tuesday.
Wolves Spring Cup Tournament
The unofficial end to the Spring season will be our Spring Cup tournament at the Sports Complex, June 3-5. All Wolves teams will play in this tournament for free, so Save the Date!
Parents may also earn money or account credit by working at the tournament in a variety of roles – no arm twisting for volunteers. While net proceeds benefit the club, those who work at the tournament benefit more!
Last year we had 50+ teams at Spring Cup and we look to improve upon that as everyone emerges into a post-Covid activity cycle. About 25 non-Wolves teams have already registered, thank you!