Mount Healthy Boys Junior Varsity Football

  • Overall Record: N/A
  • Conference Record: N/A

crop_original Latest photo galleries

rss_feed Latest News

Crosstown Showdown

Owls’ Season Opener What: Crosstown Showdown Who: Owls vs. Anderson Redskins When: Thursday, August 23 @ 7:00 Where: Princeton High School All Tickets are $7 Let’s Go Owls!

Summer Schedule for Fall Sports

The summer schedule for fall fall sports has been released.  Below is contact information for coaches offering summer activities: Click here for link to Summer Schedules:   High School Football:  Arvie Crouch;  acrouch@mthcs.org Junior High Football:  William Woosley;  wwoosley@mthcs.org Cheer Team:  Kim Spicer; kspicer@mthcs.org Girls Volleyball:  Hannah Keene; hkeene@mthcs.org Cross Country:  Ken Mebiers; kenmeibers70@yahoo.com Girls Tennis: 

Football Fundraiser

The Mt. Healthy Football team is participating in the following fundraiser.  The fundraiser is associated with a company called Fund-Pass.  Fund-pass is an app that you download onto your phone.  This is how it works.  You go to the link below and purchase an access code for $20, which is good for a year.  This

Fall Sports Accolades

A healthy shout out to our fall student-athletes who earned conference honors on the field and in the classroom.  Below is the list of students and their accomplishments.   Girls Soccer Cali McQueen: 1st Team Vivian Willis: 2nd Team Mariah Baumer: Honorable Mention Sandy Trihn: Sportsmanship Becky Savage: Coach of the Year Boys Soccer Gelanni

Owl’s Nest Award Winners

A huge shout out to our fall high school STUDENT-ATHLETES who were chosen by staff members to receive an Owl’s Nest Award.  This honor is given to Mt.Healthy students who demonstrate outstanding Owl PRIDE.  Our recipients are from a variety of sports. Kennedy Jones…volleyball Skyler Williams…cheerleading Gelanni Jones…soccer Justin Abrams…cross country Fana Loum…cheerleading Ta’Maya Carter…soccer

#WeAreMtHealthy

Some members of the Mount Healthy High School football program cleaned up Hamilton Avenue and the main business district by clearing the trash from the streets.

NFL’s Heath Gives Back

Mt. Healthy graduate and current Houston Texan, Joel Heath came home to give back to the community who gave so much to him.  Yesterday, Heath offered a free camp to youth footballers who are in 4th through 8th grades.  Among the many volunteers and coaches was Donavon Clark of the San Diego (now Los Angeles)

NFL’s Joel Heath Returns Home

NFL’s Houston Texan Joel Heath returned home to visit Mt. Healthy.  Click the link to see article written by WCPO’s Mike Dyer. Joel Heath Returns to Mt. Healthy Go Owls!