Watauga High Football (WTW GPE TBM)

  • July Football Summer Conditioning Workouts

    Week 3: July 7-9 (Tues, Wed, & Thurs)

    Week 4: July 14- 16 (Tues, Wed, & Thurs)

    Week 5: July 21  (No Workouts)

    Week 6: July 28-30 (Tues, Wed, & Thurs)

    Due to COVID-19 restrictions, we will have 4 different groups. Below is the link to the different workout times for players.  Any new player who is new and not on the list can fill out the questionnaire to be added to the list.

    Workouts are on Tues, Wed, and Thurs. 

    Workout Groups & Times

    Group #1 8:00 -8:50 am

    Group #2 9:00 -9:50 am

    Group #3 10:00 -10:50 am

    Group #4 11:00 -11:50 am

    Not sure what time to come for workouts?  Here is a basic plan for workouts. Players might be moved to accommodate the numbers of each workout group. 

    Workout Groups are limited to 25 total people. 

    * Group 1-2 is primarily 11th & 12th graders and some 10th graders

    * Group 3 is primarily 10th graders and possibly some 9th graders

    * Group 4 is all incoming 9th graders (if #'s increase some 9th graders will be moved to Group 3)

    Workout Times and Workout Group Link. (Interested players need to contact Coach Habich)


    What do I need to bring to football summer conditioning workouts?

    - A signed copy of the NCHSAA initial screening form (Link to form is below)

    - Cleats and tennis shoes

    - Own water bottle

    - Must have a physical on file with WHS. (Dated on  or after March 1, 2019)


    NCHSAA Initial Screening Questions for Students to Participate in Athletic Activity Dring COVID-19

    ( Players need to fill out and bring a signed copy to Workouts. If you do not have a printer at the house, copies are available in the front office. Players will not be able to participate in workouts without form)



    Where and How do I check-in for football summer conditioning workouts? 

    Here is a video showing you how to check-in for summer workouts: (Use the gate by tennis courts to enter the stadium)



    *** If you are a new player. Please fill out the questionnaires below. This is for all incoming 9th graders (2024) and players who did not play football at Watauga High last season. Incoming freshmen need to fill out the freshman questionnaire and all sophomore- seniors need to fill our the New player questionnaire.



     For all incoming 9th graders and new players interested in playing football at WHS, please fill out the questionnaire below.

    Incoming Freshman Questionnaire: (Class of 2024)



    New Player Questionnaire (Class of 2021-2023)

    (Any player from the class of 2021-2023 that did not play football at WHS last season)





    Helpful information for 2020 Summer Planning

    NCHSAA Dead Week: *There will be no workouts this week in the summer. (Good time for vacations)

    Dead Period: June 29- July 3 

    2020 Watauga Football Calendar (Jan- Dec 2020) 

    * Updated due to COVID-19 (Click the link below to view Calendar)

    2020 Watauga Football Calendar


            Stay Communicated with Watauga Football 

    Twitter:  WataugaFootball@PerfectEffort14

    Website: www.wataugafootball.net

    HUDL Email/Text: All Players should have HUDL accoun

     Watauga Football Videos

    2018 Off-Season Weight Training Workout Video 


    2018 Blue Dawn Video 


    2017 Summer Workout Video (2018 Summer workouts start 6/11 8 am -11:30 am 


    The Watauga Way

    A Watauga High Football Player understands he has to show up consistently, he has to show up with a great coachable attitude, he has to do it with a burning desire to be successful, he has to be willing to pay the price, and he has to have integrity and discipline.  If he does do those things, if he has those things, he will be successful and the team will be successful.

    "Watauga Way" Big 5

     Watauga High School Football

    Mission Statement

    We want to reach our full potential as a team while representing our team, school, and community in a positive way both on and off the field.


    Be a team-oriented football team who is extremely disciplined and plays fundamentally sound football with great energy.


    The three acronyms we will use to describe our team culture are:

    WTW: Work To Win   GPE: Give Perfect Effort    TBM: Team Before Me

      People ask what does it take to turn a team into a championship-caliber team?

    There is no magic formula. Hard work, discipline, perseverance, teamwork, and trust win more often than they lose.

    We are going to have to play fundamentally sound in all areas of the football game. Examples are carrying the football correctly, blocking and tackling more effectively and protecting the football. We are going to have to play smarter and we are not going to tolerate players who like to “do their own thing”. We will need to eliminate missed assignments. I want smart, disciplined, effort play from all of us including practices and other team activities. .  One of the things we will need to do is strive for excellence and Perfection.  We will help you do this as long as you remain coachable and have the right TEAM attitude.

    We will not tolerate players thinking just of themselves all the time. I believe in Discipline. Discipline is not what you do to someone, but what you do for someone. It needs to be done out of love and care.

    I want us all (players/coaches) to raise our expectations and strive for excellence and perfection.  We, as a team, are going to practice strict loyalty and trust to one another. We are going to learn to be loyal to our team, coaches, and teammates.

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