The Missouri Wolverines Youth Football and Cheerleading Club is proud to be celebrating 15 years of helping young athletes in the Kansas City Missouri Metro Area (1999-2013). Since 1999, the Missouri Wolverines have produced some of the premier young athletes in the KC Metro area. Several of our past players have gone on to acheive success at the high school and collegiate levels including 2012 starting Missouri Tiger offensive lineman Max Copeland and current Nebraska Cornhusker Michael Rose along with current high school standouts such as starting tailbacks Marquise Doherty and Aaron Mends along with starting quarterback Julious Sebastiano from Winnetonka Hight School, Park Hill starting quarterback Clay Ford along with wide-receiver Anthony Arens, Liberty' High School's All-State Offensive Guard David Francis along with running back David Graves, Liberty North's starting wide-receiver Paul Silvio and Linbacker Sal Silvio, St. Pius X starting quarterback Grant Gavin.
In 2012, we achieved enormous success as we soared to new heights as an organization going 74-35 with all of our squads, with 2 of our teams going undefeated in Kansas City and 2 other teams finishing with 1 loss...
Our 8th Grade Missouri Wolverines Football Squad traveled to Florida to compete in the American Youth Football National Championships (AYFL) against teams from all over the US and took 3RD IN THE NATION going 19-2 on the season.
Our 7th Grade Missouri Wolverines took 1st place in their league play... going 7-2 on the season and beating the 2 teams they lost to previously in the year.
Both of our 2nd Grade Teams finished the season without losing to any other teams in the KC Area with Coach Manu's Team only loss coming to our 1st Place undefeated Coach Thad's 2nd Grade Squad who went 12-0 on the season and finished 1st in the Champions League and the Heritage Park post season tournament. Combined both of our 2nd Grade teams went 19-2 in 2012.
Our 3rd Grade Squad finished the season 6-1 and took 2nd in the Champions League.
Our 4th Grade Squad won the Savannah Missouri Preseason Tournament beating the team that would eventually win nationals in Tennessee.