Northern Michigan’s Coaching Legends: Tim Wooer

MISportsNow is sitting down with some of the game’s best and sharing their stories for “Northern Michigan’s Coaching Legends.” This marks the third in the series.

KINGSLEY – A longtime high school coaching veteran in northern Michigan, Tim Wooer is set to begin his second stint at Kingsley this fall.

Wooer, who is entering his 27th year of coaching and 24th as a head coach, began his head coaching career at Farwell in 1995 before moving on to Kingsley in 1999. He led the Stags to a 13-1 record and the 2005 MHSAA Division 6 state championship with a 31-21 win over Monroe St. Mary Catholic Central. Wooer departed for Traverse City West following the 2007 season and compiled a 56-42 mark with seven playoff appearances.

While at Farwell, Wooer’s Eagles completed an undefeated regular season in 1998, winning the first and only Jack Pine Conference championship in the process.

In 23 seasons, Wooer’s teams have reached the playoffs 17 times.


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