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The Wisconsin Herd are excited to host “Football Night” this season. This special event will include a skills competition to test your athletic ability on the Wisconsin Herd Court before the game. Top performers will earn prizes such as signed Bucks memorabilia, courtside seats and Herd swag. Special guest Kevin Barry who played with the Green Bay Packers will be in attendance to speak with players and take pictures along with the Green Bay Blizzard!


When: Friday, March 17th @ 7pm


Where: Oshkosh Arena 1212 S Main St, Oshkosh, WI 54902


Tickets for this event can be purchased on the link below. Additional information can be found on the attached flyer.



Any questions regarding this event please reach out to both Dylan & Max

Be On Top Of Your Game

Dear Parents & Athletes

By AYFA & Howard FC 02/07/2023, 7:15pm CST

Parents and Athletes:

We have been talking to the students/athletes during our training sessions about the most effective ways to have continued growth as young athletes. Working out and being involved in multiple sports helps their growth as an athlete, but they need to create the trifecta of training principles to have maximal growth. We do hope they have come home and have had conversations about these discussions.

The Trifecta:

Consistent Workouts throughout the year, pre-season, during the season, and post-season. Learning about the differences in training and participating and competing in multiple sports and activities.

Sleep - Adolescents/High School age athletes need to have 9.25 hours of sleep. The body grows, repairs, and refuels the most during the hours 7-9 of sleep. We have been encouraging the athletes to be away from screens by 8:30 pm as part of a routine to wind down for sleep.

Nutrition: Here are some fantastic links that help guide young athletes and parents through the nutritional needs that athletes need to have in their diet during the day, prior to working out, and most importantly post workout. Proper Hydration is key to great health growth as well. The athletes can tell you how they know if they are properly hydrated.