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Several of our football players met and made a list of things that were important to them as a team to help better prepare themselves for the 2019 football season. They narrowed it down to a few key points and came up with solutions as to how they were going to achieve their goals. Over 50 players met with coaches and administrators to go over these points. We encourage you and your player to become familiar with the document.
Some of the points include:
- Team unity and cohesiveness
- Put in the work
- All In
On Saturday, May 18, Toro Stadium was the place to be! Our senior football players, along with Coach Roberts hosted our annual Toro Youth Football Camp. Our seniors hosted our tiny Toros as they put them through the paces and talked to them about what it takes to be a Toro football player.
The day finished out with a tour of the weight room and pizza. A big thank you to everyone for making this event a huge success!
All In football camp is July 22–25, 2019, from 6:30 to 9:30 a.m. All 15 Mountain View football coaches will be coaching at camp. The athletes will learn the football skills and character development needed to become an outstanding high school football player for our team. The camp is at Mountain View High School.
Each day the athletes will participate in individual, group, and team drills for their positions. There will be seven-on-seven competitions and lineman challenges. At the end of each session there will be a guest speaker in the Toro Dome talking about our Mountain View tradition. We are excited about this new camp and are looking forward to keeping it affordable and valuable in training our athletes. The cost of the camp is $50 and includes a Toro Football compression shirt and morning snacks. Please sign up using the registration form below.
MVT Football will be changing the color of the helmets for the 2019 football season. If you have your own helmet, or are purchasing one for your athlete, you will need to make sure it has been certified and painted to match our helmets. SunValco can do both of these and it is suggested you get your helmet in there before the rush of the season. The new paint code from SunValco is GMA85:81-173. If using SunValco you can also tell them you are from Mountain View Mesa and you want our new color. They will be matte scarlet with silver metallic flakes. We will continue to use the red face mask.