Reserved Seats

Attention Warrior Fans, the Quarterback Club is gearing up for the 2016 season!
It is our commitment to keep our QBC members and fans up to date with current information as it comes our way from the coaches and administrators. Coming off of a great season we are excited for the anticipated continued growth and development of our program. The coaches, players, and QBC members dedicate countless hours in preparation for a season that our fans can be proud to support.
With the excitement of our team’s successful season, we are anticipating a greater fan support this fall. With the welcoming of more fans we are sure to experience some challenges with our seating. The Quarterback Club has designated reserved seating. Current members with reserved seats will have until the March 8th meeting to renew their membership and renew their currently held seats only. We are anticipating limited seating so please keep this in mind as you plan for the season.
April 1st the remaining reserved seats will be available to purchase on a first come first serve basis. Payment must be submitted with the membership and reserved seat form. Seat location requests will be considered but not be guaranteed.
We encourage our fans to become members of the Thompson High School Quarterback Club. Our meetings are held the second Tuesday of every month. If you are interested in becoming a member and purchasing reserved seats please join us at our next meeting, February 9th at 6:30 PM. The 2016 updated Membership and Reserved seat forms are located on our website, thewarriorzone.net, under “Support the Warriors.” Forms may be submitted one of three ways: mailed to the school to the attention of QBC, sent to the front office attention QBC, or hand delivered during our meetings. All checks must have two telephone numbers.
Please remember that only forms with proper payment will be accepted to reserve your seats.
Looking forward to a great season… So let’s get out there and support our Warriors!
GO WARRIORS!!

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Signed on the dotted line

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This was an awesome week for the Warrior Nation.  Thompson football had a total of 6 student athletes sign their letters of intent this week while family, friends, coaches, teammates, school officials and the QBC were all there to support them.  We wish the best to  all of these young men as they move onto a higher level of learning. GO WARRIORS!!

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Signing Day for the Warriors!

CaTmcMPUEAQW-IBA total of 6 warriors signed letters this week to play while continuing their education. They will go on to not only be great students, and great players, but also great men. The Quarterback club joins the coaching staff, and teachers in wishing you all the best of luck in the future. GO WARRIORS!!

  • Walker Lott – Yale
  • TJ Rayam – UMass
  • Derrick Shaw – Murray State
  • Ty Paul – Lane College
  • Jabari Alexander – Lane College
  • Kirkland Smith – Lindsey Wilson College
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Mark Freeman already getting started building a winner at Thompson

By Jeff Sentell | jsentell@al.com
on January 30, 2015 11:07 AM, updated January 30, 2015 1:24 PM

Franklin Delano Roosevelt had his first 100 days in office as one of the greatest Presidents in American history. New Thompson football coach Mark Freeman has to work a lot faster than that. The six-time state champion coach will be knee deep in spring practice prep by the time his first 100 school days are up.

Freeman was hired with great fanfare by Alabaster City Schools on Dec. 12. His first day on the job was on Jan. 5. That means he’s had 20 school days to build his new team at Thompson. His actions so far could serve as a case study for program building.

See the entire article here: http://highschoolsports.al.com/news/article/3478413271993255219/mark-freeman-getting-started-building-a-winner-at-thompson/#incart_hssn-rr-1

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