They might not be the biggest team around, but the St. Francis Wolves can certainly hold their own. Their roar is every bit as mighty as that of any other school.
Their performance last season might not have been top-tier, but it was marked by a significant milestone – their first victory since 2019.
Despite the challenges faced last season, the Wolves have come out stronger, building a resilient spirit and a newfound self-confidence. Saint Francis Wolves Spring Football Season.
Head coach James Langham believes this adversity was a stepping stone for his team’s growth.
“You can do this and build that self-confidence and build that repertoire with them to understand. Trust the process. Take baby steps don’t try and take the big leap and do to together,” Langham advised.
This newfound confidence has only been fortified during their spring practice.
However, Coach Langham’s vision goes beyond just football. This spring, he wants his team to focus on building a family-like bond. He’s witnessed this bond being put to the test throughout spring training and has seen his team grow closer as a result.
“This team is truly a family now. I love each and every one of them, they love each other we’re open to sharing with each other now. It truly does feel like this family atmosphere, and you can see it look at our practice. Look at the games, you’re going to see a difference in effect on how these boys response around each other and play for each other,” Langham shared.
Sophomore quarterback Johnny O’Donnell echoes this sentiment, stating that unity is the key to the Wolves’ future success.
“Coming together doing our best, win or loss, of course we try to win but just everyone doing what they have to do for us to succeed,” O’Donnell added.
The Wolves are set to kick off their spring game against P.K. Yonge on May 18th. Get ready to hear their howl!