Please join us for the Bellevue Wolverines Football Club Annual Fundraiser! There will be a dinner with a live auction and you will not want to miss this year's entertainment. One Republic!
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Saturday August 29, 2015 from 5:30 PM to 11:30 PM PDT
Hyatt Regency Hotel
900 Bellevue Way SE
Bellevue, WA 98004
Senior Francis Haroon received an offer to join the Black Nights of Army, Senior Issac Garcia has received offers from the Cal Bears / Arizona State Sun Devils and Isaiah Gilchrist has received offers from the University of Washington and other Pac12 schools.
The Bellevue Wolverine football program has a long tradition of sending players off to college to further their education and play football. After the 2015 signing period, the history looks like this - Harvard, Yale, Columbia, Cornell Stanford, Air Force, UW, Washington State, Central Washington, Montana, Hawaii, Oregon State, UCLA, USC, Arizona, Michigan, San Diego Cal Poly and Boise State
Congratulations to the Bellevue Men's Swimming and Diving team - State Champions! Congratulations to the 2015 Mens Track and Field team - State Champions Congratulations to three time State Wrestling Champion - Christian Villani! And Congratulations to the Bellevue Men and Women and Varsity Basketball Teams - finishing fourth and fifth in Tacoma. Bellevue for the second year sent both teams to Tacoma and this year Bellevue is the only HS to send both programs to Tacoma for the championships. Congratulations to the defending State Champion Lacrosse team who finished second this season
Bellevue High School - the high school of athletic and academic champions!
Before a standing room only crowd in the Bellevue commons, 20 student athletes stood before their fellow students, teachers and parents committing to advance in their sport to the next level as they head to college next season. Stanford, UW, Yale, Columbia, WSU, Cornell, NYU, Boston U, Army, Air Force, University of San Diego, CWU, Redlands, Southern Nevada, Bentley, Santa Barbara and Claremont McKenna will all see Wolverines next season.
Stanford, UW, Air Force, Columbia and the University of San Diego will all see new players join their rosters as the Wolverine class of 2015 moves on to college. Mustafa Branch, Henry Roberts, Ross Connors, Ryan Gilbert and Jack Michael will trade in their flying wing helmets for their next challenge on the college gridiron.
Ross Connors who finished his career as an All-State Linebacker will be playing football at the Air Force Academy beginning next fall. Ross chose Air Force over Harvard and Cornell. Ryan Gilbert, starting cornerback, will be playing football at an Ivy, Columbia.
Ryan Gilbert and Campbell Alexieff have been selected by the Bellevue High School football coaches as Scholar-Athletes to be considered (along with 130 other athletes from 65 other local high schools) for recognition by the The Seattle/King County Chapter of the National Football Foundation and College Hall of Fame. The athletes are selected based on having "demonstrated exceptional achievement in academics, leadership, citizenship, and athletics". The 49th Annual Scholar-Athlete Awards Ceremony is Sunday, February 8 at Century Link Field.
Jake Eldrenkamp was named to the first team Academic Pac 12 team with a 3.65GPA and Budda Baker as a freshman, was named Honorable Mention for his on-field performance.
Four Bellevue Junior Wolverine football teams won system championships during the GEJFA Championships played last Saturday at Pop Keeney. The Junior Wolverines won 4 of the 5 championships contested. Congratulations to the Rookies, Cubs, JV and Varsity teams. The Wolverines advanced more teams to the GEJFA systems championships than any other system for the 9th year in a row. http://www.wolverinejrfootball.com/
The Bellevue Wolverine JV and Freshman teams completed their 2014 season undefeated. This is the third year in a row the freshman have finished the season undefeated and they have one loss in 8 years and the JV team finished undefeated for the 7th year in a row and have one loss in 9 years.
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