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10/28

ROLL PR1DE!

Last regular season game this Friday at Red Mountain High School in Mesa.

Under the direction of Joshua Hartgrove, the Mountain Pointe band keeps the football players and fans pumped through four quarters of action on Friday nights.

Check out this story on azcentral.com:

Behind the scenes look at the Mountain Pointe High School band

Mountain Pointe High School to Celebrate New Football Field at Sept. 18 Home Opener

Students, parents and the community are invited to be part of the festivities to celebrate the new field at Mountain Pointe High School’s Karl Kiefer Stadium just prior to the 7 p.m. kick off of the Pride’s Sept. 18, 2015 home opener against Basha.

The Arizona Cardinals and Walmart teamed up to renovate the field as part of their Neighborhood Heroes program, an effort to give back to the community and local high schools.

Arizona Cardinals Vice President Nicole Bidwill, Tempe Union High School District Superintendent Dr. Kenneth Baca and Mountain Pointe Principal Bruce Kipper will take part in the on field ribbon cutting. The Cardinals cheerleaders, Big Red, Walmart representatives, and other dignitaries will also attend, including retired Cardinals players Frank Sanders and Patrick Hunter who will participate in the coin toss for the football game.

Mountain Pointe H.S. Field Celebration

Friday September 18

6:45 p.m.

Karl Kiefer Stadium

4201 E. Knox Road

Phoenix, AZ 85044

“On behalf of Mountain Pointe High School and the Tempe Union High School District we would like to thank Walmart and the Arizona Cardinals for their generous donation. With this donation we are now able to offer our students and the community a world-class surface to host football and soccer games, graduation, and various other events throughout the year,” said Bruce Kipper, Mountain Pointe Principal. “Without the support of Walmart and the Arizona Cardinals this would not be possible. We truly have a field everyone can be proud of. “

MP at Boulder Creek  |  September 11   |  7:00 pm

3rd Annual Mountain Pointe HS Football Casino Night Fundraiser (Las Vegas Style)
 
(Presented by the MPHS Football Booster Club)
 
Come join the Mountain Pointe Football family (parents, coaches and alumni) to “Kick-off” the 2015 season. Celebrate Mountain Pointe football; talk, mingle and get to meet other player parents.

Fun Night of Gaming Includes:
o  Black Jack * Poker * Craps * Roulette
o  Great prizes for the top three winners!
o  Silent Auction also to be held during the event
 
Tickets are just $40 per person.  Ticket includes 1 drink ticket, 100 chips, finger foods and tons of fun!

Saturday, August 15, 2015 from 7:00 pm – 11:00pm

 
Held at:
 
The Foothills Golf Club
2201 E. Clubhouse Drive
Phoenix, Arizona 85048
 
* All proceeds benefit Mountain Pointe High School Football
Note:  Must be 21 or over to attend.
 

For ticket information, please contact:

Alan Tripp @ 602-510-5813 or Lee Shappell @ 602-617-1976

 

*** Casino Fun for Everyone! ***

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Posted: Wednesday, May 27, 2015 3:27 pm

The Arizona Cardinals selected Mountain Pointe In December as a recipient of the Cards’ annual community service project to have their field re-done by the latter’s grounds crew.

The process began this week after the graduation ceremony took place at Karl Kiefer Stadium.

The project, which started with an application process, began with the removal of the old turf and top soil this week.

A new playing surface will be put in place and be ready to go next fall.

The Cardinals crew will also provide education to the Mountain Pointe grounds department and how to take care of it moving forward.

The old field had trouble holding up through the season with football and two soccer teams.

Contact writer: (480) 898-7915 or jskoda@ahwatukee.com. Follow him on Twitter @JasonPSkoda.

QB & Receiver Camp Registration Form

Coach Vaughan will be holding 2 meetings this week after Varsity practices:

  • JV parents/guardians  —  Wednesday, April 29th  —  7:30 pm  —  small gym

  • Varsity parents/guardians  —  Thursday, April 30th  —  7:30 pm  —  small gym

These will be informational meetings.  In addition to sharing his expectations regarding the players, he will bring everyone up to speed regarding such topics as:

1)  Summer weightlifting program.  Dates/times and reason the times have changed.

2)  Summer football program.  Dates/times and reason why the dates were picked.

3)  Coach Vaughan will go over the current “draft” football schedule and elaborate on what is going on with the AIA and Division I football in Arizona.

4)  Coach Vaughan will update everyone on coaching staff.

5)  Coach Vaughan will update everyone on the latest regarding the new football field being donated by the Arizona Cardinals.  The installation of the new field will effect summer football.

6)  Coach Vaughan will go over requirements regarding player physicals and when players can get them right at Mountain Pointe High School

7)  He will go over new paperwork that parents/guardians must sign in order for your player to be eligible to even start practice.

8)  Additional topics will be covered and he will be able to answer any questions you may have.

Please try and attend one of these meetings. 

Get Involved!  Join us for our monthly Booster meetings.

7:00 pm   Room E-204

April 14   |   May 12   |   June 9   |  July 14   |   August 11

September 8   |   October 13   |   November 10   |   December 8

 

 

Mountain Pointe High School Football Booster Club, Inc.

The MPHS Football Booster Club, Inc. is a non-profit Public Charity 501(c)(3) corporation established to support the MPHS Football Program. The Booster Club was formed exclusively for charitable and educational purposes, with all funds directed to the mission “To foster Purpose, Pride and Performance in all activities related to theMountain Pointe High School Football Program”.

The Booster Club provides critical services to the MPHS Football Program, including providing pre-game varsity meals to the 75 student athletes on game days, concussion monitoring equipment, safety equipment, practice & game video services, stadium security & clean-up for home games, funding team participation in summer training camps, funding coaches participation in professional coaching camps, operating concessions and MPHS Football logo merchandise sales, end of season banquets, MPHS Football website, etc.

All Booster Club activities are facilitated through parent volunteers. Without your generous support, we would not be able to continue building a world-class program for our students. While only a small percentage of our student athletes continue their football careers in college, their high school football experience provides a strong foundation of leadership, discipline and teamwork that will shape their character as they transition into adulthood

The Mountain Pointe Football Booster Club, Inc. is a proud member of the Ahwatukee Chamber of Commerce!

2015 Booster Club Officers 

 Alan Tripp  President  alan@trippaz.com  (602) 510-5813
 Michael Wood  Vice President  michaelwood9106@gmail.com
 Jana Woodruff  Secretary  jana_fowles@yahoo.com
 Lee Shappell  Treasurer  lshappell@cox.net