Football


MOUNTAIN VIEW


FOOTBALL


We Are...MV!!!!!


State Champions

1984, 1995, 1997, 2014

State Runner-Up

1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2004, 2013

​Conference Champions​

1961, 1962, 1964, 1965, 1966, 1967, 1971, 1985, 1992, 1995, 1997, 2002, 2003, 2006, 2014, 2016


Coaching Staff

Head Coach:  Brent Walk

Assistant Coach:  Ken Petersen

Assistant Coach:  Doug Rees


                        
Football Office:

(307) 782- 6340 Ext. 7250

walkb@uinta4.com


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2017 Spring Club Competition

Start Date:  March 20th
End Date:  June 2nd


Weight Rm/Training Hours

Mon, Tue, Wed, Thur, Fri

6:30 am



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Program Philosophy


"Championship attitude on the field, in the classroom, and in life."

The game of football, at the high school level, is a teaching tool and an opportunity. It is a tool to teach young men the value of loyalty, honor, pride, hard work, competition, teamwork, performing under pressure, and character.  This game allows young men to learn these qualities through experience.  It is an opportunity for them not only to learn the value of these qualities, but also to build and instill them into their lives.  It gives young men a chance to form bonds and relationships that only come by being part of a team, part of this game; bonds and relationships that last a lifetime.

The Mountain View High School Football Program's philosophy is predicated upon creating a positive environment where student-athletes can have fun and feel good about playing football while acquiring life-long skills.  Emphasis will be placed on maintaining and/or improving citizenship, sportsmanship, and the academic skills of each athlete.  Fundamentals and strategies of football will be taught and stressed by every coach in the program.  It is the goal of the coaching staff to mold our student-athletes into a quality football team where emphasis is on the TEAM and not the individual.  Additionally, the coaching staff will strive to assist student-athletes in improving
their mental and physical athletic skills as they advance through the program. 


Mission Statement

The mission of the Mountain View High School Football Program is to field a team that excels on the field, achieves in the classroom, and positively impacts our school as well as the community. Every athlete in our program will be treated with respect and dignity as we strive to reach our fullest potential as a team and as individuals. Emphasis will be placed on teaching life-long lessons and the development of young men of quality character. Character is who we really are!  We will honor the great game of football by always playing with class, within the rules, and playing as hard as we physically can!

Program Goals

Excel on the field, in the classroom, and in the community.
Enrich the life of every young man who chooses to be a part of our program.
Each and every member will be a "better person" having been part of this program.
Teach the game of football while developing lifelong skills.
Emphasize sportsmanship, composure, and class.
Guide each student-athlete in reaching his fullest potential.
Involve the young men of our Middle School and Little League programs to the greatest extent possible.
Increase student participation at Mountain View High School.
Develop a "family" atmosphere within the program.
Create a sense of pride for the football program within the administration, faculty, student body, and community.
Honor the outstanding history and tradition of Mountain View Football.
Maintain an overall team "B" average in classes.
Have fun!!!!!
Honor the game of football.
Compete to our fullest potential year-in-and-year-out (i.e.) conference wins, playoff births, playoff wins, State Championships

"Practice like a CHAMPION"

"Play like a CHAMPION"

  "Live like a CHAMPION"