Mini Wolves - Hawks Camp

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Tuesdays May 5th-June 9th

Ages: 3-5

Time: 10:00-11:00AM

The Michigan Wolves and Hawks will offer soccer play times for the youngest soccer players in Michigan. The play times will be held Jaycee Park, 32501 Pembroke St, Livonia, MI 48152. Each child will participate in fun movement activities organized to help the kids explore their athletic abilities and to introduce them to the game of soccer.

To register, please go online to then complete the waiver form, then bring the form and $80 cash or check to the first class. Checks should be made out to: Michigan Wolves and Hawks Soccer Camp.

Finishing Classes Spring 2014

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The Michigan Wolves and Hawks will offer Finishing Classes this spring that are open to players from any club. Players will spend the hour finishing with both feet and with all different surfaces. Classes will be kept to 20 players due to space limitations.

Where: Total Soccer Farmington, 22777 Farmington Rd, Farmington, MI

Camp Staff: Doug Landefeld, Adil Salmoni and Michelle Krzisnik

When: Thursday April 24th,April 30th, May 8th, May 15th, May 22nd, May 29th

4:30-5:30PM U15-U18
5:30-6:30PM U9-U12
6:30-7:30PM U13-U16

Cost: $95

To register for a class, please complete sign up online at and then bring this Waiver form with a check or cash to the first day of camp. Checks should be made out to Michigan Wolves and Hawks Soccer Camp.



Volunteers Needed

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2014 Jaycee Park Spring Clean-up

Volunteers Needed - Community Service Opportunity

Who: MWHSC Teams, players, parents, friends and family

What: Jaycee Park Spring Clean-up event (see details below) in conjunction with: Take Pride in Livonia Pre-registered participants are invited to (Ford Field on Farmington Road) at the conclusion to attend a cook-out with hot dogs and such. This is sponsored by the City of Livonia to thank you for helping keep the city beautiful.

Where: Jaycee Park - 32501 Pembroke, Livonia, MI 48152

When: Saturday May 3rd - from 10:00 am to 1:00 pm

How: To volunteer, please complete the volunteer form and e-mail it to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Volunteers who servethe entire 3 hour event will receive a free Wolves-Hawks practice tee or t-shirt.

Teams, players, parents and family members are encouraged to volunteer to help with our club-wide 2014 Jaycee Park Spring Clean-up event. This is an opportunity for you to show pride and dedicate a few hours to give back to the community. We would like to make a good impression with visiting teams, the City of Livonia and local residents by demonstrating our organizational commitment to the park, the environment and to our club's home fields. You are invited to attend the event being held at Jaycee Park on Saturday May 3rd between the hours of 10:00am and 1:00pm to assist with general clean-up activities (in case of inclement weather please check MWHSC website for updates).

To volunteer please complete the attached form and forward it per supplied instructions. Donations of recyclable lawn bags and trash bags are welcome. Dress accordingly. Gloves are recommended. Work teams will be formed to perform various projects at the complex. You are also welcome to bring various lawn tools, as indicated in the attached registration form. Thank you in advance for your consideration

KSA Elite Spring Thaw Champions

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Coach Sam Cheaib travelled to KSA Elite Spring Thaw in Cincinnati, OH with the Wolves 01 Black and Wolves 00 teams on March 14-16, 2014.  He came home with two Championship titles.

The Michigan Wolves 01 Black team won their first three games 3-1, 9-0 and 1-0. The Finals against Michigan Fire Juniors ended in a 0-0 tie and went into penalty shoot out.  With the goalie blocking 2 shots the Wolves win the Championship game 4-1.

Wolves01Black Finals

The Michigan Wolves 00 outscored their opponents 16-3 despite some wild weather on Sunday.

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MDL houses powerhouse girls programs

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Travel to any ECNL showcase event and names like Sporting Blue Valley, Michigan Hawks and St. Louis Scott Gallagher aren’t far behind. As three of the best girls club programs in the nation, those three in particular represent a backbone of the ECNL and one of the most fertile areas of the country for girls development.

The NPL gets to partake in some of the fun. While those three put teams in the ECNL, they also compete in the Midwest Developmental League, and the residual talent carryover is evident. St. Louis Scott Gallagher-MO leads the U16 division with a dazzling 5-0-0 record with just one goal conceded. The Hawks 01 of course are as developmentally sound as any, leading the U13 division with a 7-0-0 mark, while Nebraska program Omaha Elite broke some of the dominance with a U14-leading 19 points from seven games.

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