Sr. Varisty Team Trainer Position
Post secondary education pertaining to the treatment of athletic injuries and the:
- Orthopedic assessment and prophylactic taping and bracing,
- And to maintain a current Standard First Aid ,CPR certification and adhere to the provincial agency code of ethics.
- To arrive within adequate time for practices/games to prepare teams for competition.
- To render the following on site services: Primary assessment of injury, First Aid Treatment, Taping and Advice on entry into further levels of health care system.
- To complete an incident report on every injury that requires ambulance attendance or further medical attention.
2017 Coach Application Now Avaliable
- 2017 Peterborough Wolverines Coaching Application (357kb Adobe PDF)
- 2017 Peterborough Wolverines Coaching Application (200kb MS Word)
2016 Wolverines All Stars
The Ontario Football Conference (OFC) has announced the Sr. Varsity Conference All Stars for the 2016 OFC season. The Wolverines are pleased that four of their SV players have been named to the Ramsay Conference All Star team. Those Wolverines are Nick Clarkin as a wide receiver, James DuMarnoir on the offensive Line, James Stockwood on the defensive Line and Sidney Parkes as a defensive back. The All Stars were selected to the conference all star teams by the SV head coaches and are recognized for their outstanding regular season play.
Wolverines SV head coach John Parkes made the following comments regarding the Wolverines All Stars: “We are very proud of our players this season and honoured that four of them were recognized by the league as Ramsay Conference All-Stars. This will give us something more to build off as we move forward toward the 2017 season. With all four of these players expected to return in 2017, the program only stands to get stronger”
In addition to the SV All Stars, the OFC also announced the SV players of the week during the 2016 season. Wolverines players receiving player of the week recognition were QB Ryan Astrom in week 3 aganist Sudbury, RB Ryan McNamara in week 4 against Oakville and WC Nick Clarkin in the division semi-finals aganist North Halton.
The Wolverines Football Organization is proud of the Wolverines special award winners and certainly congratulate them in their achievements!
Without your participation we would not be able to achieve our fantastic game day atmosphere!
Thanks Again We look forward to seeing everyone on board again for another successful season in 2017 !
GO WOLVERINES !
Wolverines Fall to Sudbury
The Peterborough Wolverines Sr. Varsity team lost to the Sudbury Gladiators 21-19 in the Ramsay Conference Championship contest on Saturday at the TAS Field. The Gladiators, the number 4 seed going into the playoffs have had an amazing run by upsetting the number 1 seed, Toronto Jr. Argos in the first round and have now won the conference championship in beating the number 2 seed, the Wolverines. The Gladiators will now advance to the OFC Championships this Saturday in Hamiton at McMaster University.
Sr. Varsity Wolverines Advance!