Winnetonka High School
5815 NE 48th St.
Kansas City, Missouri 64119
The Missouri Wolverines have had a long history of sending outstanding athletes to Winnetonka High School, in 2016 one of the best defensive lineman in the city, All-Conference, All-District and All-State honoree James McMullen started on the defensive line as well as being the kicker for Tonka. James was a 9-year Missouri Wolverine and was honored with the Special Teams Player of the Year and a Tonka Truck Award.
In 2013, Winnetonka's Varsity Football Team had 13 former Missouri Wolverines on the team. Out of the 9 Specialty Awards given out at Tonka's annual awards banquet, 6 of the 9 awards were given to former Missouri Wolverines including overall team MVP Aaron Mends.
In 2013, 2 of the 4 Team Captains were Missouri Wolverines, Aaron Mends and Marquise Doherty. Also, 2 of the 4 all state honorees were former Missouri Wolverines Aaron Mends and Marquise Doherty. Winnetonka had 10 All-District players, 5 of which were former Missouri Wolverines: Aaron Mends, Marquise Doherty(2), Chase Williams, Jack Veraguth. Tonka also had 3 All-Metro players, 2 of which again were Missouri Wolverines, Aaron Mends and Marquise Doherty. All-Conference players, Tonka had 20 players listed, 11 of which were former Missouri Wolverines Aaron Mends(2), Marquise Doherty(2), Chase Williams(3), Tyrique Bennett, Djimon Colbert, Julious Sebastiano, Jack Veraguth.
Since 2011, Winnetonka has had 9 All-State players.... 4 of which have been former Missouri Wolverines including Ben Allen in 2011. Also, former Missouri Wolverine Adrian Singletary was an All-State player back in 2003.
2 former Missouri Wolverines Ben Allen in 2011 and Aaron Mends in 2013 have been awarded with the Mr. Griffin Award which goes to the most outstanding player of that season.
In 2013, former Missouri Wolverine and Tonka Griffin Aaron Mends earned a Division I Football Scholarship to the University of Iowa to play linebacker. Other former Missouri Wolverines to play college football after attending Winnetonka High School is Johnny Erorguwu who would play football at William Jewell and is currently an assistant football coach at the University of Missouri, Adrian Singletary who played at Central Missouri State University, Jordan Infrranca who played at Missouri Western, Ben Allen who played at Case Western University.
2021 Youth Football Signups
The Missouri Wolverines Youth Football Club in Kansas City Missouri is accepting signups for players for any player looking to play youth tackle tackle or flag football in Kansas City Missouri. Current and New Players are encouraged to sign up online via our online registration portal where they can also pay for football fees as well.
Off-Season Football Training
At Kansas City Athlete Training located in Kansas City Missouri, experienced as well as beginner football players can work on improving during the offseason by attending one or several Football Specific Training Classes to improve their techniques as well as get in shape by attending Speed and Agility Sports Performance Training including Middle School Weightlifting. The Missouri Wolverines Youth Football Club highly recommends all current, new and/or interested football players looking to join the Missouri Wolverines to attend classes leading up to the fall season. Kansas City Athlete Training has provided training for all sports via speed and agility classes and weightlifting classes plus football training for every position on the field including 1-on-1 personal training since 2005.
2022 Kansas City Youth Football Camp
*RECOMMENDED FOR ALL MISSOURI WOLVERINES PLAYERS
WHEN: Monday June 13th - Thursday June 16th
TIME: 6:30pm - 8:30pm
WHERE: Kansas City Athlete Training Facility
The Kansas City Youth Football Camp Staff is proud to announce the 21st Year of our annual Youth Football Camp. The 21st Annual Kansas City Youth Football Camp focusing on the techniques and fundamentals needed to succeed at the youth level and to help players prepare for the 2022 football season. Aside from learning the game of football, camp staff will talk to the players each night about football, life, and why playing youth football is important.