WAPELLO INDIAN FOOTBALL

"TEAMWORK: IF EVERYONE IS MOVING FORWARD TOGETHER, THEN SUCCESS TAKES CARE OF ITSELF"

SUCCESS QUOTE OF THE WEEK

        THE PRICE OF VICTORY IS HIGH, BUT SO ARE THE REWARDS!!
 

MISSION STATEMENT

To offer the student athletes involved in the Wapello High School Football Program the opportunity to compete in an environment which supports the highest level of commitment, personal growth, respect, enthusiasm, integrity, character, leadership, and excellence on and off the playing field.

2011 HONORS

All District Selections
1st Team:  Eric Garcia-WR/JR
 Nathan Boyer-OL/JR
 Hogan Burke-LB/SR

2nd Team: Dalton Stigge-OL/SR
  Brandon Lincoln-RB/JR
  Jordon Schoonover-OL/JR

Honorable Mention: Dillon Freitag-OL/JR
 Ryley Howell-OL/SOPH
 Willy Granado-DL/JR
 Ashtin Seager-RB/SR
 Alex Rollinger-QB/SOPH
 Holden Brockway-WR/FR



2010 RESULTS

Wapello 38 vs. Van Buren 6

Wapello 40 vs. Columbus Jct. 8

Wapello 36 vs. Louisa-Muscatine 34(2 OT)

Wapello 12 vs. Pekin 54

Wapello 28 vs. Highland 22

Wapello 8 vs. West Branch 56

Wapello 18 vs. GMG 13

Wapello 56 vs. Cardinal 13

Wapello 12 vs. North Cedar 38

Wapello 14 vs. Alburnette 55


INDIAN PRIDE PRINCIPLES (P.S.A.)

1)  Be a better person
2)  Be a better student
3)  Be a better athlete

All 3 areas should be improved upon every single day.  If you take care of the first two, then the third gets easy to take care of.

HABITS OF A CHAMPION

1)  Be on time.  Always try to be early.
2)  Have great Character.  Character is what you do when no one is watching.
3)  Take care of the little things.  Keep your locker room clean.  Take care of your equipment.
4)  Give the extra effort. Doing anything less than your best costs you when it counts the most.
5)  Find a way to get better everyday.  Don't just get by, get better.
6)  Be coachable.  Take responsibility for your own actions.
7)  Attitude is everything.  Have a positive attitude in everything you do in life.
8)  Be a positive role model at school and in the community.
9)  Self-Discipline.  It separates the right from the wrong.
10)   Accountability.  You must hold yourself and your teammates to a higher standard.

2012 CAMP SCHEDULE

Grades 9-12 Football Camp:  July 30th-Aug 3rd, 6:00-8:00 p.m.

Grades 4-8 Football Camp:  July 30th-Aug 1 4:30-6:00 p.m.

* Grades 9-12: Practice Begins Aug. 6th



COACHES CORNER

Our most basic and over-riding philosophy is that success is a by-product of doing things the right way, and that doing things the right way is a choice.  This choice applies to every aspect of our players' lives-thoughts, attitudes, speech, appearance, actions, and the way they play.  The more things you do right, the greater your chances of success.  We believe that there are a million ways to do anything the wrong way and only one way to do it right.  We want to make doing things the right way a habit and we want our players to take pride in doing things the right way all the time.  If my name is attached to it, it will be done right. There's the wrong way, and there's the INDIAN WAY! 

Youth Football Fundraiser

The 3rd Annual Youth Football Golf Tournament(4 Person Best Shot) will be held on May 30th at 9:00 a.m. at the Indian Hills Country Club.  Entry fee is 35.00 per person and includes golf, lunch(catered by Johnnie B's), and tons of prizes.  For more information contact Todd Parsons or Mike Truitt at 319-523-3241.  We hope to see you there.

Weight Room

Off-season weight room hours are Monday-Wednesday-Friday from 6:45-7:45 a.m. and from 3:15-4:30 p.m. 

WAPELLO FOOTBALL NUTRITIONAL HANDBOOK.PDF

NUTRITION.pdf-Click here to pick up on some nutritional ideas for football players.


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