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June 2020 - Update on Spring Football / Football Summer Camp

Due to the closures of all schools in the state of WA for the remainder of the school year, there will be NO SPRING FOOTBALL this year. However, fall sports will have 20 days that can be used for practices between June 20-July 31. 

All travel and overnight camps have been canceled by BSD through August 2020.

While this means No Fort Worden, it doesn't mean there won't be football fun, learning, and team bonding this summer to prepare for the 2020 season!

Spring Practice:

  • June 1 - June 20th
    Virtual Team Meetings and strength/conditioning support with coaches

Summer:  Practices, Weights,  Conditioning

  • July 6-10
  • June 13-17
  • July 20-24
  • July 27-31: CAMP 
  • Aug 1 - 14: Weights
  • Aug 19 - First fall season practice

 

July 27-31:  BHS WOLVERINE FOOTBALL CAMP

Camp will be held at BHS and will follow the same agenda as the boys would have at Fort Worden each day. It just means that at night, they will come home to their own beds.  A more detailed camp itinerary will be coming out in the near future but for now, here are the basics:

  • Student-Athletes will arrive at CAMP (BHS) and will STAY ON CAMPUS all day long.
  • There will be a $250 for each player.  This cost will cover three meals a day for each player and some SWAG. 
  •  All eligibility forms that need to be filled out are on FINAL FORMS
  • Medical Authorization Form for students who have this need can be filled out and turned into Beth Hamilton (cutebethy@hotmail.com)
  • Student Athletes MUST have up to date Physical and Impact Testing to participate in spring football/summer Camp
    • Impact testing will be provided by BHS and we will let everyone know when this is happening.

Fireside Chat with Coach Kneip! Check it out

Our Coach, Micheal Kneip talking leadership, life skills and character. Coach Kneip played at Bellevue for Coach Butch and at UW for Coach Pete. Lessons learned and now being shared! https://facebook.com/watch/?v=2954103014684621

Wolverine Football Parent/Guardian Meeting: May 28 at 7pm

This meeting is virtual and will be led by Head Coach Michael Kneip and supported by the Football Club Board Members.  During this meeting Coach will share about current and upcoming activities, summer football practices and camp.  The Football club will introduce themselves and give you a sneak-peak at how YOU can be an active participant in our Football Program at BHS.

Email bhsfbc@gmail.com for meeting information 

May 2020 Update

 

     

 

 

Bellevue High School Football

Home of the Wolverines

Hello Football Fans! I Hope everyone enjoyed the sunshine and a belated Happy Mother's Day to all our Wolverine Moms!  A few updates and some actionable items you can do now, to get things done and ready to go as we slide into summer and fall.   

 

NOTE:  If you know of a current BHS student who may want to or is planning on playing football for the 20-21 season, please forward let us know.  Also, if you are not getting this information in, please email bhsfc@gmail.com with your name, student-athlete name and your email address so we can get you on our current mailing list.  

 

Wolverine Football Parent/Guardian Meeting: May 28 at 7pm

 

This meeting is virtual and will be led by Head Coach Michael Kneip and supported by the Football Club Board Members.  During this meeting Coach will share about current and upcoming activities, summer football practices and camp.  The Football club will introduce themselves and give you a sneak-peak at how YOU can be an active participant in our Football Program at BHS. 

 

To join this Micorosft Teams meeting, please contact Beth for Number and Conf ID

 

If you have questions or comments, please feel free to email the BHS Football Club at  bhsfbc@gmail.com

 

May 2020 - BHS Offering Virtual Fitness Workouts Weekly to ALL BHS students

The Athletic Department and Physical Education Department at BHS are offering Virtual Workouts for ALL BHS students!  Join James (strength and conditioning coach at BHS) along with other coaches and teachers to keep in shape! ALL BHS students received an email from the Athletics Office with the following information and access:

Monday’s, Wednesday’s and Friday’s from 3:00 PM to 4:00 PM

Contact AD John Hill for the link to connect to the virtual worksout

2019 Associated Press All State Honors

Joby Schneider was selected to the All State First Team as a Linebacker, and Matulino Masunu for Defensive Line.

Alex Reid was selected Honorable Mention at RB

https://www.thenewstribune.com/sports/high-school/article238835638.html

2019 KingCo Awards

Joby Schneider and Alex Reid were selected as co-defensive players of the year, and teammate Henry Hawblitzel was named the co-lineman of the year along with Ryan Thomson of Lake Washington. Bellevue head coach Michael Kneip was named the coach of the year.

First team:

Offense: Henry Hawblitzel (Bellevue, guard), Ben McKean (Bellevue, guard) and Joby Schneider (Bellevue, running back). Defense: Matulino Masunu (Bellevue, defensive tackle), Tim Underwood (Bellevue, defensive tackle), Joby Schneider (Bellevue, inside linebacker) and Alex Reid (Bellevue, outside linebacker)

Second team:  

Elliot Hamilton (Bellevue, tackle), Alex Reid (Bellevue, running back), Joshua Goates (Bellevue, tight end). Defense: Minwoo Eom (Bellevue, corner) and Dan Marino (Bellevue, safety). Special teams: Nicholas Barros-Barreto (Bellevue. kicker).

Honorable mentions:

Kadon Wine (offensive line), John Short (linebacker), Bryson Sleeper (quarterback) and Collin Backer (linebacker).

2019 All KingCo Awards

Bellevue surprises Lakes with its passing game, wins first-round state matchup

The Bellevue Wolverines are known for their wing-T offense, which features a running game that is difficult to stop, but in Friday night’s Class 3A state first-round game against Lakes, it was the passing game that surprised the Lancers early in a 31-14 win.

Bellevue airs it out in 31-14 victory over Lakes

Bellevue is well known for their rushing attack, but it was the passing game that led the No. 7 Wolverines past the No. 10 Lakes Lancers 31-14, in the first round of the 3A state football tournament on Nov. 15, at Bellevue High School.

Blue Friday Nights Lights!

Blue Friday Night Lights (9/20/19) is coming to Bellevue! The program brings @Seahawks gameday entertainment elements to high school football matchups. A Seahawks player will participate in the coin toss and the Seahawks will also conduct a 12th Flag raising ceremony prior to kick-off!

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Bellevue High School / Junior Wolverine & Alumni

Home of the 2012 HS Football National Champions!

11 WA State Football Titles

17 years undefeated in Kingco Conference

200 players have played College Football 

4 players in the NFL

1 All Pro  

  • Alumni playing in Pac 12 - UW, WSU, Oregon, OSU and AZ and AZ State 
  • Alumni playing in Ivy League - Dartmouth and Columbia
  • Alumni playing in Big Sky - Montana and Montana State  
  • Alumni playing in D3 - Claremont McKenna 

2019

Johnny Barthel,  Montana 

Joey Echigoshima,  Colorado School of Mines

Drew Fowler,  UW

- Hunter Hansen,  UW

- Quinn Sullivan, AZ

Cole Young, Oregon

2018

- Isaiah IfanseMontana State

- Ben Keeter, Dartmouth

- Style Saterlee, Claremont McKenna

- Jace Schneider, Montana

- Mitchell Sturgill, Columbia

Professional

David DeCastro, Stanford - Pittsburg Steelers 2x All Pro and 4x Pro Bowls, 1st Round Draft Choice, 5yr $50M contract

Myles Jack, UCLA - Jacksonville Jaguars, 1 Pro Bowl, 2nd Round Draft Choice, 4yr $57M contract

Budda Baker, UW - AZ Cardinals, 1 Pro Bowl, 2nd Round Draft Choice

Jake Eldrenkamp, UW - Indianapolis Colts

Shane Bowman, UW - Seattle Dragons XFL

2017 Gatorade State Player of the Year ! Bellevue Wolverine Running Back - Isaiah Ifanse

Budda Baker/AZ Cardinals  - NFL All Pro as a Rookie

David DeCastro/Pittsburgh Steelers - NFL All Pro, 2nd consecutive year and rated #1 Guard in the NFL

Myles Jack/ Jax Jaguars - Rated top 10 LB and played a key role AFC Championship game

2017 Saturday Night Lights - Rogers and DeRider playing at WSU, Connors at Air Force, Jones at Army, Gilchrist, Kneip, Lane, Richmond, Roberts, Ryan and Shane Bowman at Washington, Jack Michael at San Diego, Ryan Gilbert at Columbia, Tim Hahel at Harvard, Marcus Griffin at Arizona and Mustafa Branch at Stanford

2017 Sunday Afternoon in the NFL - Budda Baker with Az Cardinals, Myles Jack Jacksonville Jags, Jake Eldrenkamp LA Ram, Marcus Henry, Saints and All Pro David DeCastro, Pittsburgh Steelers / retired Steve Schilling, Seahawks

Congratulations to the Wolverine Rookies, Cubs, Sophomores, and Junior Varsity.  2018 GEJFA Champions! 

Jack Enger (2017) - UW Baseball

Former NFL - Stephen Schilling, Michigan - San Diego Chargers, 6th round draft pick, finished career with the Seattle Seahawks

 

 

2019 Varsity Game Photos

GAME PHOTOS: Thank you to Jeremy Laws (Carter), Marji Jochums (Cade), Susanna Blaberg (Casper) and Stephanie Justus for these great shots. They have put together the following site that will be added to each week with the game photos

2019 C Team Banquet

2019 C Team Banquet

2019 Game Program

Thank You Chris Reid!

2019 Offers and Commits

- Joey Echigoshima CB - Colorado School of Mines

- Drew Fowler LB- U of Washington, Columbia, Princeton, Dartmouth, Yale, Oregon State,  Wyoming,  Utah,  Louisville

- Johnny Barthel OL - U. of Montana, Air Force 

- Hunter Hansen WRUniversity of WashingtonColorado School of Mines

- Cole Young OL - University of Oregon, University of Puget Sound, Pacific Lutheran University,  Western Oregon

- Quinn Sullivan - Arizona

Wolverines advance to Class 3A state semifinals

Bellevue dominates Yelm in the final three quarters. Things looked dicey for the Bellevue Wolverines football team throughout the duration of the first quarter against the Yelm Tornados. Yelm scored three touchdowns in the first quarter en route to a 20-0 lead with 36 minutes left in regulation. Bellevue outscored Yelm 37-0 in the final three quarters en route to a comeback 37-20 win in the Class 3A state quarterfinals on Nov. 17 at Bellevue Memorial Stadium. The Wolverines improved their overall record to 12-0 with the win.

What it means to be a Wolverine

The Bellevue Wolverine High School and Junior Wolverine Football Program - what it means in our words!