Football season is here!
Carry On tradition grows stronger
Coach: Maryann Stegall, email@example.com
Boys coach: Jennifer Brierton, firstname.lastname@example.org
Girls coach: TJ Hagen, email@example.com
Head coach: Kap Sikahema, firstname.lastname@example.org
Strength and conditioning coach: James Trischan, email@example.com
Golf - Boys
Coach: Darris Schomaker, firstname.lastname@example.org
Golf - Girls
Coach: Keri Schaufelberger, email@example.com
Swim & Dive
Boys coach: Mike Haney, firstname.lastname@example.org
Girls coach: Lorna Kerby, email@example.com
Volleyball - Girls
Coach: Amy Strawn, firstname.lastname@example.org
Coach: Mike Masciangelo, email@example.com
Coach: Richard Martin, firstname.lastname@example.org
Tennis - Boys
Coach: Glenn Meier, email@example.com
Tennis - Girls
Coach: Darris Schomaker, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Track & Field - Boys
Coach: David Brockmeier, email@example.com
Track & Field - Girls
Coach: Lorna Kerby, firstname.lastname@example.org
Volleyball - Boys
Coach: Raymond Lewis, email@example.com
All students who wish to participate in interscholastic athletic programs at Mesa High must have successfully completed physical packet on file in the athletic office at Mesa High before they can begin to practice or before they can check out equipment. The physical must be conducted by a M.D. (doctor of medicine), D.O. (osteopathic physician), N.P. (certified registered nurse practitioner), or PA-C (certified physicians assistant registered by the Joint Board of Examiners in Medicine and Surgery). The required physical packet may be obtained in the athletic office. If you have any questions regarding physicals contact the athletic secretary, at 480-472-5907.
Athletic department philosophy/goals
The coaching staff at Mesa High School has dedicated itself to the development of the total student athlete. Both the physical and psychological growth of each person is conscientiously considered when planning and implementing our athletic program.
Our professional staff is aware of the individual needs of youth as well as the social implications of being able to work as a member of a team. Students will be given the opportunity to improve their athletic skills and to develop as well-rounded individuals.