12/12/13 vs Forrest HS @ 7:00pm

The Wolfpack basketball team would like to invite all former players to come out on 12/12 to support the Pack in a district battle vs the Forrest Rebels.  Current Wolfson students are invited to the pregame tailgate on the same day.  Students, please listen for the announcements regarding the tailgate throughout the week!  GO PACK!

Countdown to 500
March 2nd, 2012 Coach Bruce Rosebrock has been in a battle,  not on the court, but with his health.  During the last two basketball seasons Coach Rosebrock has not only battled cancer and won, but he also lost most of his vision in the process.  Despite these battles, the Wolfson basketball team won two district titles and made a trip to the Final Four.  Coach Rosebrock won his battle with cancer and is determined to regain his full vision.  With only 7 wins this season, Coach Rosebrock will reach an amazing milestone amassing 500 total wins while at Wolfson High School.  Once you deal with a life changing health battle...   each practice, each game and each win are even more special.  There are only two other coaches in the area that have broken the 500 win plateau - Bernard Wilkes with 758 and Joe Pichardo with 560.

Please keep checking back to get an update on the countdown to 500!  The first chance to take a step closer to 500 will come on 11/19/2013 at home versus Nease High School.  JV game is at 5:30 and varsity is at 7:00.

Aaron Bowen - Georgetown University
Wolfson High School - 3 Year Varsity Player

Cooper Returns to Wolfson

Coach Scott Cooper makes his return to the Wolfson sidelines after being away for the last 4 years.  Coach Cooper resigned from Nease High School this summer to return to Wolfson High School.  Cooper led Nease High School to their first basketball district championship since 2004.  He is no stranger to district championships though.  As a player at Wolfson High School, Coach Cooper was part of three district championship teams.  As a coach at Wolfson, Cooper added 5 more district championships to his resume.  Coach Cooper still remains the 5th all-time leading scorer at Wolfson.  “Being able to coach my son at Nease and to put that program back on the map getting to the Sweet 16 last year was a dream come true”, said Cooper.  He added, “I would not have left for any job other than to come back home to Wolfson where I fully expect to compete for a state title in the coming years”.

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