Wolfpack Wrestling Club
Dear Wolfpack Wrestling Club,
If you have not turned in your shorts/singlet yet, please drop them off at one of our site locations: Peterson, Edgerton, or West Valley Elementary front desks with the shorts in a plastic bag with the wrestlers name labeled on it. We are asking they all be turned in by Tuesday April 9th. Once we receive your shorts, we will tear up your deposit check.
The annual crosstown boxing smoker is coming around again April 18th at the fairgrounds. This is a huge fundraiser for all the wrestling programs around the valley, including our club. This year we have been given the opportunity to use the concession sales as a fundraiser exclusively for our club! We are determined to keep our club registrations fees low and will use this opportunity to make sure that happens. That being said, we are looking for volunteers to help out that night from 5-10 pm. If the whole time is too long, we are more then willing to break things up into shifts. Please contact Jenni to let them know you can help out.
Thanks again for another great season!
Jennie Barone: 406-253-4186
Meet Coach Leck!
Head Coach Leck runs our pre and post season practices as well as West Valley practices during the WMTLG season.
He is the CEO, VP of Operations, and Physical Therapist at Physical Therapy Associates.
Previously served as a Lieutenant in the Navy as an Intel and Training officer on Surface ships
Little more about his background!
- 4-time Idaho State Placer
- State Champion
- Son of head coach, Mike Leck, a 40-year decorated coach inducted into the High School Wrestling Hall of Fame
Coach Leck states:
- Despite my love for wrestling, I chose an academic scholarship at the University of Notre Dame over a wrestling scholarship. I walked on the Notre Dame Football team and was a member of the team for 3 years from 1997-2000. Go Irish!
- I love connecting with kids and helping them reach their goals (big or small). I am a student of the sport of wrestling and an avid watcher of college and international wrestling. I am very detail-oriented and truly believe that "perfect practice makes perfect".
We are sure blessed to have an amazing individual like Chris guiding the program!
The Wolfpack Wrestling Club was formed in 2015 with the mission to help build wrestling and athletic opportunities in the Flathead Valley and especially for those will be attending Glacier High School in the future. Wrestling is an incredible sport to help build body kinesthetic fundamentals that apply to virtually every other sport. The WWC mission statement is to provide a safe and fun learning environment to foster the lifelong love and learning of the sport of wrestling in each of its wrestlers.