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Welcome to Woodland Jr. Wolves

April 15 - First day for Medical Clearance

July 20 - 1st day of Practice

July 25-26 - Cheer Camp (Pioneer H.S)

August 8 - Jamboree at St. Mary's High School

August 15 - Home vs. Placer - 9 MM, 11 JP, 1 PW, 3 - JM, 5 Mid

August 22-23 - Away at Oakmont

August 29 - Home vs. Franklin - 9 MM, 11 JP, 1 PW, 3 - JM, 5 Mid

September 5-6 - Bye Week Labor Day

September 12-13 - Away at Consumnes Oaks

September 19 - Home vs. Roseville - 9 MM, 11 JP, 1 PW, 3 - JM, 5 Mid

September 26-27 - Away at Grant

October 3-4 - Away at Lincoln

October 10-11 - Bye Week

October 17 - Home vs. Marysville - 9 MM, 11 JP, 1 PW, 3 - JM, 5 Mid

October 24-25 - Away at Nevada Union

October 31 - Home vs. Sacramento - 9 MM, 11 JP, 1 PW, 3 - JM, 5 Mid


The Woodland Jr. Wolves is the youth football and cheer feeder program for Woodland High School. Ideally, participants will reside within the Woodland High School attendance boundaries; however, participants residing outside the tude, as outlined in our mission statement, which will enable them to grow in their sport and to have the potential of participating in high school athletics. Our goal is to create a community atmosphere between the WJW Organization and Woodland High School programs so that both programs support each other and provide great opportunities for the athletes in our community.  We encourage our members to attend Woodland High School Football events in support of these goals. Visit their website at:


If you are interested in assisting our program, or have ideas to improve our program, please contact a WJW Executive Board Member. Your participation and ideas are always welcome! Woodland Junior Wolves Youth Football and Cheer is a California Public Benefit Corporation and has been approved as a Non-Profit Corporation by the California Secretary of State. We are tax exempt as defined by the California State Franchise Board and Internal Revenue Service and are defined as a 501c (3) organization. The Executive Board of Directors (Board Members) governs the organization based on the established bylaws. Our program is affiliated with the Sierra Valley USA (SVUSA) League. SVUSA is the governing body that sets playing rules, standards, and schedules for all the organizations that compete during the football and cheer season. It also establishes the acceptable ages, weights, and team size requirements to provide for the safety of the participants.

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