Join us May 20th, 2017 Summer Kickoff Cow Chip Bingo and BBQ - Join us on May 20th, 2017 @ 12pm-3pm for our 1st annual Cow Chip Bingo and... [ read more ]

Coach Miller comes back to lead the Coyotes! - Coach Travis Miller was named the Football Head Coach to replace Jesse... [ read more ]

2nd Annual Combs Football Golf Tournament - Book your tee time now for this year golf tournament. Where: Encanterra... [ read more ]

2016 Schedule is released - 2016 Combs Coyotes Football schedule was released. Please plan to make it... [ read more ]

Division and Region realignment for Combs - On Monday, December 7th, the AIA and the Board finalized the regions and... [ read more ]

2015 Combs Coyotes Highlight Reel Available Now! - Be able to remember this season forever with this video off all your... [ read more ]

Home   »  Freshman News

Dad’s passion for football started as a young child, while he wasn’t able to play the game himself, his love for the game continued, and only grew as he watched his own boys play. After retirement he was finally able to be a part of a Team. He joined the Combs Football Team as Coach Koga. Dad was passionate about football, but even more passionate about “his boys”.

When discussing funeral arrangements with Dad, he requested that in lieu of flowers, memorial contributions be sent to Combs Football Team, so “his boys” and “his team” would continue to benefit despite his physical absence.

We ask that you be lead be Dad’s example and give with all your heart. Our hope as a family, is that “his team” can feel his love for them and so his name and memory can live on for years to come.

Much Love and Aloha,

The Koga Family

If you wish to make a Donation to Coach Koga’s Memorial Fund, please follow the link:

The Funeral Service for Coach Donald Koga is as planned:

Saturday, August 15th, 2015

Viewing @ 4:00pm, Service @ 5:00 pm

Location: LDS Stake Center, 2559 E. Combs Rd., San Tan Valley, Az, 85140

All Former players are invited to attend.



The Combs Family Lost an amazing man, coach, and human being  in Coach Donald Koga. Coach Koga had been battling colon cancer, but he didn’t let that slow him down. The incoming Freshman were able to only catch a glimpse of this amazing coach. Every player, coach, and parent loved Coach Koga. He was truly one of a kind!

“He was the toughest man I have ever met in my life. His toughness was only matched by how much he cared for the boys and this program. The Combs football family lost an amazing man this morning”-Coach Hart


If your student plans on playing football this year, please make plans to be at the mandatory parent meeting on July 7th, at 6 pm. At this meeting you will get to meet the coaching staff and football booster club. You will also receive all of the necessary information about the upcoming season. Please make it possible to be there. Shortly afterwards we will have our regular football booster meeting and all parents are welcome to sit in.

As you are paying your Sport fees, Football camp fees, etc. make sure you submit as a Public Education tax credit. Designate were your tax credit to used for Football Camp or Football sport fee.You will receive a dollar for dollar reduction in state taxes owed. See Flyer for more details. The Bookstore can also assist with this as well or visit Tax Credit for more info.

The Combs Freshman Lineman competed at the 2015 Freshman Lineman Olympic challenge at Campo Verde High School on June 16, 2015. The Coyotes competed in 6 events; bench press, medicine ball toss, an obstacle course, van push, trash barrel race, and tug of war. The Coyotes struck hard fast in bench press with a total of 28 reps @ 135 lbs. Next they tossed the medicine ball group best 27’11”. The next 3 events were timed. The Coyotes can in the obstacle course in under 4:00 minutes and tied the group best a the Van push at 13.00 seconds flat, and barrel races were tough but the Coyotes still came in at 49.0 seconds. Finally tug of war was difficult however with first and second round wins the Combs squad found themselves in the semi-finals against Queen Creek, Chandler, and Red Mountain. With back to back tough losses the Coyotes ended up with a great showing. As the points were totaled the Freshman felt like they had competed and held their own against powerhouses like Chandler, Hamilton, Queen Creek, and others. As the places were announced the joy and pride fell over the Combs squad as they heard their name announced in third place .5 points behind Queen Creek in Second, and 1 point behind Chandler who took first. Coach Shaw and Coach Bottjer truly showed these boys that preparation and hard work does pay off.  Coyote Pride!

This time of year when you hear the word “Combine” you envision Collegiate level kids trying their luck at the 40 yard dash to improve their draft status. Seeing the cameras on all NFL head coaches sitting with their stop watches trying to find the next Peyton Manning, JJ Watt, or even Deion Sanders. That was not the case here at the Rivals Combine Camp held yesterday at Norte Dame Prep Academy in Scottsdale, Az. On this day, it was all about seeing how you compare to the other student-athletes from other different rivals schools. The day would prove to be a valuable experience for 3 freshman from Combs High School. These Freshman were Junior Loggins, Marcus Blaise, and Colten Shaw.

Junior Loggins started the freshman season at Quarterback and commanded the offense. He was also able to play some outside linebacker for the freshman team. Marcus Blaise was the all purpose back with the speed every team wishes they had. He returned kicks and punts, and played Defensive Back on the defense. Every time the ball was in his hands there was the chance of a touchdown. Colten Shaw played offensive line and was new to the game of football. His sport of choice had always been baseball. So when the opportunity to participate in a Combs football camp as an 8th grader presented itself, he took advantage of it.

As you walked into the stadium where the combine was being held you can’t help but notice the smell of a tire factory from the newly poured track,  the temperatures rising to add to the pressure as well as all the parents wearing and supporting their athletes and schools. All the big schools were here; Basha, Chandler, Hamilton, Desert Mountain amongst others were all there in full force. This did not shake these 3 freshman’s determination to show up and participate. Upon arrival they were able to connect with a Senior at Combs High School named Danny. This brotherhood of student-athletes just grew a little stronger.  Once check-in was complete these 3 were split up into groups to participate in the different drills.

At this event they had several stations, they were the 40 yard dash, 3 cone drill, the shuttle,  the standing broad jump, Vertical jump, and power push up. 3 hours of station drills and rotating from one station to another to test their skills and it was over. From the sidelines you could see the action as 7 groups rotated through every drill. You could also see the struggle with footing on the artificial turf as the temperatures had risen. At 3:00 pm the whistle blew and all participants were to meet on the 50 yard line for a pep talk. The testing was over and these 3 freshman had been able to complete this combine camp.

Results were not made available afterwards due to electronic failure however in these freshman’s minds they were a camp success. The success of these 3 “brothers” is not determined by how fast they can run or how high they can out jump the others but on how they can improve on the marks they left today as they continue to work hard to get better together. Each one with the mindset of a State Championship.

Together we Bleed Red and Black!

Go Yotes!

Enroll in Fry’s Community Reward with your Fry’s VIP card. This gives money to Combs High School Football every time you shop at Fry’s Food store. Click on Link below and use Organization # 36708 to benefit our Combs Coyotes Football.

Click on “Enroll Now”

Enter in your information attached to your Fry’s VIP card

Enter in Organization #36708

Save it and that’s it.