Sawyer Demeyer – WR/DB
Sawyer Demeyer looks to make an impact at the varsity level as a senior at both the Wide Receiver and Safety positions. A great athlete, with great instincts, Sawyer will be a big part of the success for the Cougar football team this year. Sawyer is also a member of the basketball team where he was a starter on the varsity team as a junior. After high school he is planning on attending either Oregon State or Utah to study business.
Max Allen – WR/DB
Max is a four year player for the Cougars. His family is his biggest influence to become better. His father, David has always pushed him to not take the easy route because everyone else does. His mother, Deirdre works harder than any mom he knows. Sisters, Rachel and Ali may pick on him since he is the youngest but they enjoy watching him play. Outside of football Max enjoys hanging out with friends and spending time around positive people. You can usually find them playing video games such as Madden, 2k, GTA 5, and Fortnite. He loves adventuring and going on hikes. He also enjoys spending time with his pitbull, Bruno, either walking him or going to the park and playing fetch. After high school, he would like to continue playing football if possible or attend a community college in Arizona where most of his family is moving to.
Blake Warner – OL/DL
Blake has loved playing tackle football since the age of eight. In addition to football, Blake also enjoys playing lacrosse and basketball. However, his passion for football has led him to pursuing his dream to play at the Air Force Academy. This dream has been made possible not only by his talent on the field but also in the classroom; Blake currently has an outstanding 4.11 GPA. As a returning starter and first team all-league tackle, Blake is an anchor for the varsity offensive line. Blake thanks the support of his family for his success, especially his dad, Kris Warner, his “biggest cheerleader”. He is excited for this year’s season and the challenges that it will bring as well as continuing to achieve in the classroom.
Ryan Daubenschmidt – OL/DL
Ryan “Dauber” Daubenschmidt is a 4 year player for the Cougs, like many of his fellow seniors. He returns for his senior year with a lot to prove to other people as the past three years haven’t always been the easiest for him. More of a silent leader, Ryan expects to help this year’s Cougars reach their highest potential. After high school he wants to focus on studying both kinesiology and youth ministries.
Matt Oberst - RB/LB
Matt started his athletic story in the pool as a swimmer, making multiple state and regional qualifying times. He converted to land sports in 6th grade because chasing the black line back and forth down the pool was not fulfilling. He
knew at a young age he wanted a career in special forces. Matt is graduating a year early to focus on making military goals a reality. He would like to thank his father for making him the person he is today. He would also like to thank his coaches for stepping up in a huge way to fill the void left by his father.
Riley Oates – RB/DL
Riley is a three-year returning starter at full back and defensive line. His experience and toughness will be important to the Cougar rushing attack and defense. Riley would like to thank his dad Scott, mom Mindy and sister Kaylene for all the support and guidance over his high school career. Outside of football, he also plays lacrosse and plans on going to college, playing lacrosse while getting a degree in aeronautics.
Wyatt Hebrard – OL/LB
Wyatt is a 17 year old senior and two year starter. He is one of 8 kids between two households that are all very close and are like the Brady Bunch. In his free time he enjoys what your normal teenage boy would enjoy; including hunting, fishing, and being outdoors. He has been playing football since 5th grade and has played almost every position on the field throughout his years, but this year will be playing on the offensive line and at outside linebacker. Aside from football, he also is a varsity competitor in track, where he was a state placer, and plays lacrosse. After high school, he wants to join the Airforce and fly warthogs!
Jack Barrett – WR/DB
Jack is another 4 year player for Mt. View who looks to play a significant role in its success. Jack is a leader/captain of the football team and a member of the varsity lacrosse team. He would like to thank coach Dan Marut for showing him how to be a leader not only in sports but in life and coach Derick Hughes for teaching him passion and strength that will stay with him all his life. He plans to attend a 4 year school to play sports and study exercise science as well as photography. Most of all he would like to thank his mom, Julie, for everything she has done for him and being the best example of how to put others above yourself.
Jack O'Connell - K/P
Cody Phillips – OL/DL
Cody is a multi-sport athlete, competing at the varsity level in both baseball and football. Cody is a returning two-year varsity starter playing both OL/DL. His dream is to go on and play college baseball, however Cody loves competing on the football field with his teammates. As a junior, Cody received honorable mention for offensive tackle despite being stuck with a club hand for a large portion of the season. Cody is looking forward to bringing the same intensity and leadership to the team his senior season.
Titus Schulz – TE/LB
Titus is a three year starter for the Cougars and has bounced around at many positions due to his versatility and physicality. He was a Cougar at birth, the son of Head Freshman Coach Mark Schulz and mom Kathy, and has been around the Mt. View program since he was a baby. Titus Schulz is a three-sport athlete who participates in football, track, and wrestling. He has made it to state in both track and wrestling. His plans after high school are to attend college to pursue a job in the medical field as well as to play football. Titus enjoys outdoor activities including hiking and fishing. Throughout high school Titus has maintained a GPA greater than 3.8. He is currently active in his school’s leadership team.
Keenan Harpole – RB/LB
Keenan looks to continue the long tradition of successful running backs at Mt. View. He worked very hard in the off season to increase his speed and strength. Keenan would like to recognize his mother, Heather, because she is the reason behind everything, his grandparents, Steve and Ruth, for all of their support in all of his sporting endeavors throughout the years. Outside of football, he enjoys swimming, hanging out with friends, playing video games, and working out. After high school, he would like to continue playing football in college or starting a career.
Garrett Bunce – OL/DL
Garrett is our most recent addition to the Cougar Family, having just transferred to MVHS this past August from Idaho. Garrett will play on both the Offensive and Defensive lines, as he continues to learn the Cougar way and system. Also expect him to be a heavy contributor to our special teams in 2019.
Parker Hopfer – WR/DB
Parker Hopfer returns for his senior season after seeing significant playing time as a junior at the cornerback position for the Cougars. Parker is a tough kid, and also one of the fastest players on the team. Parker also competes in alpine skiing and is a member of the track and field team where he competes in the 4x100 relay, 100m, and 200m dashes. After high school he would like to go to a trade school to become a lineman.