Please complete the Player Registration by clicking the button below. This allows us, the Andover End Zone Club, to communicate with our high school football families. There is no charge for this; the official team football registration is done through Andover High School. Links for that are available under the "Parents Info" Tab when registration is open.
If you want information sent to more than one email address, please complete an additional registration for the player. This ensures all family members are receiving pertinent information. Grandparents can sign up as well.
*Please note, the link below is to sign up to receive information and updates, not to register for the football season. Registration to play high school football is conducted through the AHConnect site.
The Andover End Zone Football Booster Club Scholarship application is available below. Please open and review the attachment for requirements and information about the selection process.
Do you want to improve your speed, vertical jump and athletic agility? Join the best speed development program in Minnesota! X-Speed is an excellent supplement to your current strength and agility program. It uses a special treadmill and other unique training techniques led by Andover High School coach, Rich Wilke. This program is not sport specific - both male and female athletes are trained in all sports, including soccer, football, volleyball, basketball, lacrosse, cross country and track. Athletes that have used X-Speed training show incredible results. Athletes have improved their 40 times by .15 seconds and their vertical jump by just over 2 inches. In groups of four you will run for 20 minute X-Speed treadmill. Don’t miss this incredible value - Accleration MN and Velocity charge over $400 their programs.
Spring Session: Thursdays (April 4 to May 9)
Summer Session: Wednesdays (June 12 to July 24 - no training 4th of July week)
Join Coaches Adam Dehnicke, Chase Vasquez, Ken Weikel, Zach Hahn Brandon Borich, and Pete Andersen in the Andover Husky summer strength and conditioning program. This program offers each participant the opportunity to become a better athlete through a sound strength and conditioning development program. This program has proven to assist its participants in having greater success in their respective sports. The three primary goals of the program are to decrease the chance of injury for each participant, to give each participant a greater chance to reach his/her potential, and to help increase each participant’s self-confidence.
WHO: Andover HS football players entering 9–12 grades (2019-20)
WHEN: Monday and Thursday beginning June 10th and ending August 1st. *No contact July 1st to 5th.
TIMES: 6:30am - 11:00 am (session time dependent on position)
*Note on Wednesday's will meet at either 6:30 or 7:30 am before summer football practice. (Contact Coach Dehnicke if your session has a conflict. There is some flexibility with other sessions)
COST: $65 per student per session
All questions should sent to Coach Dehnicke at firstname.lastname@example.org. Registration deadline is June 8th. No refunds after start date. Attendance will be taken each day. If your student will be gone make sure you email Coach Dehnicke. Parents will be contacted to verify why your student is not in attendance.
August 29 vs Bemidji (Youth Night)
September 6 @ Rogers
September 13 @ Monticello
September 20 vs Elk River (Tackle Cancer)
September 27 vs Cambridge-Isanti (Homecoming)
October 4 @ Chicago Lakes
October 11 vs St. Francis (Senior Night)
October 16 @ Buffalo
Congratulations to the winners of the End Zone Booster Club scholarships for 2018, Connor Knoepfle and Hayden Dunleavy.
To earn these scholarships football players needed to have a minimum 3.0 grade point average, be active in athletics and community service, write an essay describing their experience and dedication to the Andover Football Program and have a written recommendation attesting to their leadership, character and school spirit.
Congratulations again to both Connor and Hayden!
Congratulations to the Eric Sem, the winner of the Kaufenberg Scholarship for 2018.