Mission Vision Values
The Waterford Wolverine Shooting Team's (WWST) mission mirrors that of the SCTP which is to instill, in young people, a set of personal values and character traits that teach fair play, compassionate understanding, individual responsibility, sportsmanship, self-discipline, and personal commitment. These are all important assets and qualities that are necessary to become a successful and contributing member of society.
The Waterford Wolverine Shooting Team seeks to help all student athletes strive towards, and reach their individual potentials as competitive target shooters.
Many characteristics are taught to the athletes of the Waterford Wolverine Shooting Team. These consist of safety, scholarships, integrity, sportsmanship, excellence, respect, and teamwork.
History of WWST
At its start in 2011, the Waterford Wolverine Trap Team had 25 team members. Since then, the Waterford Wolverine Shooting Team has gained over 50 new team mates, and changed its name to show the different disciplines shot. The team continues to dominate the competition, show their sportsmanship, and even show their expertise abilities. In 2015, WWST became a 501(c)(3) organization. For a copy of our donation letter, click here.
Southern Wisconsin Scholastic Shooting Conference (SWSSC)
In 2016, the Waterford Wolverine Shooting Team is joined a new conference. This conference, the Southern Wisconsin Scholastic Shooting Conference, consists of six teams: Waterford, Burlington, Westosha Central, Kettle Moraine, Elkhorn and St. John's. Joining this conference allows the student athletes to practice shooting the disciplines of Trap, Skeet, and Sporting Clays.
WWST Board of Directors
President - Scott Gunderson: (414) 581-3157
Vice President - Jeff Swan: (262) 758-0356
Treasurer - Brett Remington:
Secretary - Becky Watral: (262) 716-8150
Director - Beth Morawetz: (262) 206-3272
Director - Janine Schwacher: (414) 659-1232
Youth Advisory Board Member - Angie Wolfert:
Head Coach - Mike Ciezki - (414) 617-3989