Premier Health, LLC is offering free sports physicals for all Combs Coyotes - Premier Health, LLC is offering free sports physicals for all Combs... [ read more ]

Triumph Dental is giving Varsity Players a Custom Mouth Guard - Triumph Dental is offering free custom mouth guards to all Varsity... [ read more ]

Team Camp Scholarship Winners - Congratulations to these individuals for their hard work and dedication... [ read more ]

Combs Team Summer Camp Info - Combs Team Summer Camp will be held in Show Low, Arizona at Show Low High... [ read more ]

Combs Coyotes Football players attend ASU satellite camp. - Combs Coyotes Football players attend the ASU satellite camp in Tempe last... [ read more ]

7on7 competitions are in full swing! - Last Week started the first week of  7on7 competition for the 2017... [ read more ]

Premier Health, LLC is offering free sports physicals for all Combs Coyotes. Premier Health is located at 22717 S. Ellsworth Rd. Suite B101, Queen Creek, Az, 85142. Take the Flyer along with the Athletic Packet from the school, at the time of your sport physical. Call ahead and make an appointment.

Triumph Dental is offering free custom mouth guards to all Varsity Players. Join them on Tuesday, July 18th from 4:00pm-6:30pm at their dental office @ 22717 S. Ellsworth Rd. Suite B102, Queen Creek, Az, 85142 or call at 480-888-9596. JV and Freshman players can also purchase them for $35.00. Please bring flyer with you to redeem for your mouth guard. See Coach Miller or Coach Shaw if you need a flyer.

Congratulations to these individuals for their hard work and dedication this off season. Each recipient showed, on a daily basis the qualities we look for in a Combs Coyote Football player, Leadership, Hard work, Commitment, Teamwork, and  Drive to be the Best.

Varsity- Cameron Stewart WR/DB

JV- Ryan Driggers OL/DL

Freshman- Bubba Taunima OL/DL

Combs Team Summer Camp will be held in Show Low, Arizona at Show Low High School. It starts on July 9th-14th, 2017. Please click on link below to sign up, if you do not intend meeting fundraising goals. Money is Due by June 28th, 2017

http://combscoyotesfootball.com/store/products/arizona-coaches-team-summer-camp/

Combs Coyotes Football players attend the ASU satellite camp in Tempe last weekend. Adam Berthalot, Colten Shaw, Isiah Jacobs, Junior Loggins, Ian Loggins, and  Brayden Bernal all show off their skills against other High School players. They also got a dose of College coaching from the staff at ASU.

Last Week started the first week of  7on7 competition for the 2017 season. All levels will compete throughout the month of June as well as Big man challenges coming toward the end. Refer to the calendar for full schedule.

It’s Back. Our 3rd Annual Golf Tournament will be held on Saturday, September 23rd, 2017 @ 11:00am at Encanterra Country Club. Sign up today for your shot to play this exclusive private course in our backyard. Cost is $75.00 and includes Cart and Lunch. We are also looking for sponsors as well. Sponsorships start at $50.00. Go to the Coyotes Team Shop to sign up.

Go Coyotes!

Can you communicate with each other? Do you trust the person next you? These questions and others were answered as we took the team to Pinedale, Arizona on a senior retreat. We worked on communication with each other, working as a team to succeed, and building the trust between brothers. “Know Your Role” is the motto that the seniors decided on for the 2017 season.  Do you Know your Role!

Thank You to all that supported our event. We raised more funds than any other spring fundraiser. It was also fun watching the Players and Coaches chase the cows. We appreciate all those that participated in this event.

Winners are

$250-Sharon Lankford O29

$500- Mike McDougal M27

$1000- Richard Puckett Sr. I16

 

We Bleed Red and Black! Combs

Coach Travis Miller was named the Football Head Coach to replace Jesse Hart. Coach Miller was the offensive coordinator up until Dec. 2015, when he resigned to pursue another opportunity. Coach Miller will bring his offensive mind back to the Coyotes who finished 2-8 last year and missed the playoffs for the first time in a few years.