Mt Vernon High School - Mt. Vernon Boys Varsity Football

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2020 Football Preview!

Starting next week, Evansville Sports Programming, Inc, will run 30 minute football preview shows with several of the area schools.  The shows are pre-recorded and will feature comments from each schools’ head coach and one player.  There will be two schools each day and then the program will lead into the regular ESPN sports show.

MV Football Online Store Is NOW OPEN!

MV Football’s online store has now opened. Click the link  to check out all the options for gear to wear around the community and to the games this season to support the Wildcat Football team. All shopping can be done online, and you will be notified when your gear is delivered in early August. GO

MV Football Dinner and Auction Set for July 30th

The Mount Vernon football team has set the date for this year’s dinner and auction fundraiser for Thursday, July 30th. The event will once again be held at the 4H Community Center. Please see the attached flyer for event details. We look forward to your support in making this a tremendous event once again this

MV Wildcat Football Car Push Challenge

The Mount Vernon football team has accepted the Car Push Challenge from Coach Devault and have put together a video including 22 team members and Coaches Snodgrass and Messmer. We do this in support of Hunter! #PushForHunter #AllIN #WeAreMV

Spring Sport Senior Spotlight: Breckan Austin

Spring Sport Senior Spotlight:  Breckan Austin Name:  Breckan Austin Nickname:  Baus Spring Sport:  baseball Who introduced you to the sport?  my father as soon as i was hold enough to hold a ball Favorite Number:  8 originally because of Marcus Mariota but now because I have some of the best memories wearing that number Pregame Rituals/Superstitions:  don’t step on the foul

Spring Sport Senior Spotlight: Hunter Wiltshire

Spring Sport Senior Spotlight:  Hunter Wiltshire Name:  Hunter Wiltshire Nickname:  Big Country Spring Sport:  Baseball Who introduced you to the sport?  My Father when I was 4 Favorite Number:  35 because we were a host family for the Evansville Otters and my favorite players number from that team was 35 Pregame Rituals/Superstitions:  Wearing arm bands Favorite Spring Sport Memory:  Pitching a

Spring Sport Senior Spotlight: Bronson Quinzer

Spring Sport Senior Spotlight:  Bronson Quinzer Name:   Bronson Quinzer Nickname:  Bobo Spring Sport:  Baseball Who introduced you to the sport?  My father as soon as I was old enough Favorite Number:  23 because of my birthday Pregame Rituals/Superstitions:  Never step on the foul line Favorite Spring Sport Memory:  Going up to Jasper my Junior year and beating them Least Favorite:  losing

Spring Sport Senior Spotlight: Rhett Snodgrass

Spring Senior Spotlight:  Rhett Snodgrass Name:  Rhett Snodgrass Nickname:  FedEx Spring Sport:  Golf Who introduced you to the sport?  My Grandpa introduced me to the sport my Freshman year. Favorite Number:  17; I am 1 of 7 kids in my family Pregame Rituals/Superstitions:  I putt on the practice green with 3 balls and mark them soon after before playing

Spring Senior Spotlight: Theron Browning

Spring Senior Spotlight:  Theron Browning Name:  Theron Browning Nickname:  TheRon Spring Sport:  Track & Field Who introduced you to the sport?  Xavier Maxwell introduced me to the sport my 8th grade year Favorite Number:  As of right now, my favorite number is 27. It was the number of the go kart I drove when I was in Panama

Dutkiewicz selected 2020 Scholar Athlete by National Football Foundation

3-24-2020 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE The Southern Indiana Chapter of the National Football Foundation has selected twelve senior high school football players as 2020 Scholar-Athletes. Brady Boring, Evansville Mater Dei, Mark Doyle, Heritage Hills, Ian Dutkiewicz, Mt. Vernon, Nathan Harpenau, Castle, Dawson Hurley, Evansville Memorial, Tanner Jackson, Evansville North, Garrett James, Perry Central, Logan Lively, Evansville