Wolves out for spring

The Wolves have come out for the spring.

Spring football is now underway at Timberline Secondary School. For the next month, the junior and senior Wolves’ teams are practising Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays, from 3-5 p.m., at the Timberline field.

The Wolves have come out for the spring.

Spring football is now underway at Timberline Secondary School. For the next month, the junior and senior Wolves’ teams are practising Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays, from 3-5 p.m., at the Timberline field.

Players for the junior (Grades 9-10) and senior (Grades 11-12) teams are still wanted as well as new coaches.

The spring session winds up with a scrimmage day in Nanaimo against several other Island teams. Spring football is also a great way to prepare for the coming fall season.

If you’re interested, just come out to the field on practice days. Contact junior head coach Paul Rudan at 250-923-2608 or visit the Facebook page Timberline Wolves JV Football 2011. For info about the senior Wolves, contact head coach Martin Jaunzemis at 250-923-2556 or visit the Facebook page Timberline Wolves.

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