Football

Coaching Staff

Noah Dombrovski

Head Varsity Football Coach

Ryan Wood

Varsity Football Assistant Coach

Eddie Crupper

Varsity Football Assistant Coach

Carlos Gee

Varsity Football Assistant Coach

Jake Wynia

Varsity Football Assistant Coach

Jack Behnke

Varsity Football Assistant Coach

Eric Welshons

Head Middle School Football Coach

Noah Dombrovski

Head Varsity Football Coach

Ryan Wood

Varsity Football Assistant Coach

Eddie Crupper

Varsity Football Assistant Coach

Carlos Gee

Varsity Football Assistant Coach

Jake Wynia

Varsity Football Assistant Coach

Jack Behnke

Varsity Football Assistant Coach

Eric Welshons

Head Middle School Football Coach

Program Description

Middle School

The Academy Force Football program offers a middle school team made up of 6th, 7th, and 8th graders. The purpose of this level is to teach the basic techniques and skills of the game and to develop a love for the game of football. Our middle school program will play in a league with schools of similar size and competition level to foster a positive experience for our players, coaches, and families.

High School

The Academy Force Football program strives to offer two levels of high school football. We will have a Varsity level team and a JV level team each year. The number of players we have in the program will determine our ability to have a full JV schedule on a yearly basis. The Academy Force Football program promotes competition among all grade levels and is committed to playing the best players who exhibit the qualities valued as an Academy Force Football player at the Varsity level. Our goal is to guarantee our players play in a game each week, depending on our ability to form a JV team each week. The development of our program is strongly tied to our ability to get our players live game experience, and we will strive as a program to maintain the necessary numbers needed to play a JV and Varsity game each week of our season. Regardless of your position or amount of playing time, every member of our team plays a vital role in our program and will be treated as such by their peers and coaches.

Player Expectations

  • Do what’s right, do your best, have respect for others.
  • Attend and being on time for all practices and competitions, even if you are injured. -Always notify a coach in advance of a missed team event.
  • Play other sports or strength train during the off season.
  • Understand the State High School League Rules. They will be strictly adhered to.

Academic Expectations

  • Grades will be monitored by players and by their school’s administration during the season.
  • Player eligibility will be determined by each school’s building administration.
  • Upon determination of academic ineligibility of a player by their school, the player will remain ineligible until their school clears them to play.
  • Athletes should manage and take ownership of their grades when not participating in football.
  • All athletes are expected to attend class on a regular basis. If absent, the athlete is expected to provide a note with parent signature to their school’s administration.

Lettering Requirements

  • Participate in 75% of all varsity quarters played during the varsity season.
  • Remain in good academic and behavior standing with the team at the end of the season.

Policies

  • MSHSL Violation during the season forfeits your letter.
  • MSHSL Violation anytime during your high school career forfeits your captainship.
  • MSHSL violation during the season forfeits your opportunity to apply for or receive end of the year awards. (Players are still eligible for statistical awards.)

Sportsmanship

Football at the high school level is competitive, educational and meant to be enjoyed. Behavior that does not reflect this understanding is unacceptable. All coaches, players, parents, and fans are reminded to keep things in perspective while honoring the game of football and the dignity of all persons involved in the playing of the game at all times.