Courage, Commitment, Consistency

The Estrella Wolves Track Club was founded to help inspire, develop, mentor and train local athletes ages 5-18 to achieve their goals through hard work, preparation, and respect for themselves, their team, and the respect of the competitive sport of track and field.

Estrella Wolves Track Club

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About Estrella Wolves

As the newest USATF Track Club in the southwest valley, representing the Estrella Mountain Ranch community, we are excited to bring track & field and cross country to highlight the incredible athletic talents of our youth throughout the Goodyear, Buckeye, Avondale and Litchfield Park communities. We also have expanded to the Glendale & Peoria communities.

Our guiding principles are to teach our athletes to believe in themselves, and the hard work towards achieving their dreams of wanting to be future Olympians and represent our great nation into attainable goals. Overcoming adversity through losing and winning, the journey is rewarding through overcoming obstacles. Taking responsibility for your actions, putting in the work to achieve the goals. Staying committed to the team, every relay team is as good as each other, working together as team. The rewards that are achieve start at pre-conditioning, practices, and studying/understanding each event you compete in. We believe instilling the Wolves Commitment Goals will help our athletes to be successful in their journey of competing in Track and Field.

Estrella Wolves Track Club

Our club practices at Raymond S. Kellis High School.

Non-Profit Organization

We are a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt non-profit organization. All staff and coaches are volunteers. We expect all families to volunteer time throughout the season to help the meets run smoothly.

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Dedicated Coaches

The Estrella Wolves Track Club is a family organization that stresses academics, athletics and personal excellence and based on Christian principles. Our team is run by an all-volunteer staff.

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USATF Events

Our season runs from January through July each year. Track meets are hosted at high schools throughout Arizona and beyond. Check out the event schedule for details.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Have questions about practices, meets, and how to join?
Where do the Wolves practice?

Most practices are at Raymond S. Kellis High School track. If there is a conflict, we try to schedule practice at Bougainvillea Park & Pioneer Park. Several times during the season we will train at the Verrado Steps in Buckeye.

When is the track season?

The track season runs from January through June or the end of July for athletes that qualify for Regionals and Nationals.

How often are athletes required to practice?

Our practices are held 3 times weekly. Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday, 5- 7 pm. Saturday and Sunday practices are scheduled on an as-needed basis.

What age range are the athletes?

Our club members are as young as 5 years old, and we offer training for athletes up to 18 years old.

What is the financial commitment?

$400 for full-time athletes. High school athletes receive a discounted rate of $200.

How often are the track meets?

Track meets are approximately every 2-3 weeks, however, occasionally there are track meets on 2 weekends in a row. Please check our events calendar for the latest information on our meet schedule.

How do I sign up?

Please visit the Join page to learn all about the requirements and download the information packet. You may fill out the paperwork and bring it with you to practice.

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