NATRONA COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL
Welcome to Mustang Football
"Where Tradition Never Graduates
WE ALWAYS FINISH STRONG
55 Mustang Football Players earn the Wyoming Coaches Association Academic Excellence Award. To qualify for this Award a student/athlete must earn a 3.5 GPA while their sport is in session.
The Mustangs have had the opportunity to play in the State Championship Game SIX of the last EIGHT years.
Team Work Makes the Dream Work
Wyoming State Archives. First Lighted Football Game
Check out the Flag Dedication for the MAC and the Fireworks!
The Mustangs and Fillies wear the best sports gear in the world. We are the only high school in Wyoming designated as an UnderArmour Undeniable School!
FIRST CLASS SWAG
We Focus on Attitude and Effort, the only things that any of us can control.
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Attitude and Effort
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Annual Boys and Girls Club Breakfast..."Mustang Buds" listen to Governor Mead and Speaker Chad Varga
This is the last "cooling off in the pool" after a week of 2-a-days. The 1929 pool, the first indoor pool in Wyoming was demolished in June of 2014.
It is important to remember the key to all of this is Great Attitude and Effort! Work Hard and stay HUMBLE AND HUNGRY! TIME WILL PASS VERY QUICKLY
As Always the more the merrier. The University of Wyoming coaches and the Black Hills State Coaches were amazed at how many reps we get and how much playing time our guys get. It is our committment and promise to you. As a teammate you will get reps and play. The more players we have come out the more games(opportunities) we schedule. We always carry 5 schedules and if numbers justify we play 6 schedules. No one in the state, perhaps the United States has that kind of committment to development and participation. If you want to work hard, play a great game and have a chance to be a part of something special year after year then be a Mustang. You will be part of a loving team and a great organization.
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Thank you CASPER FOR YOUR SUPPORT OF OUR ANNUAL MEGA CARD FUNDRAISER!
TEAM WORK MAKES THE DREAM WORK!
Attitude of Gratitude
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Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Call: 307 253-1701
AT NATRONA IS AWESOME!
Freshman Football at NCHS: Exciting news! NCHS Freshmen have an unparalleled opportunity. We are the only school in Wyoming who put the kind of emphasis and TLC into our Freshmen Program. We commit our staff, our financial resources and the mentorship of our older players into making our Mustang Freshmen Experience a compliment to our hugely successful "Freshmen House" Academic Program. We know that Freshmen who have a successful Freshmen year are set on a trajectory that will help ensure a successful high school career. We have new uniforms and equipment. We have two evenly divided teams to maximize playing time. Both of our teams compete for the Geldein Conference Championship. This is a great opportunity for you to grow. You will have excellent leadership from your older teammates as well as excellent coaching; you will be well taken care of. We don't cut players, we simply buy more equipment. Everything is in place to make this the best Freshmen Football Experience in America. GO MUSTANGS!
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CONGRATULATIONS COACH HILL
This was a special evening for all of the Mustang faithful. Coach Art Hill graduated from Black Hills State College in 1952 and began his Wyoming coaching career at Glenrock-Parkerton High School in 1952. He went on to coach at Riverton High School and Dean Morgan Junior High in Casper. In 1960, Hill moved to Natrona County High in Casper as an assistant coach in football and basketball and a mathematics teacher. From 1965-84, Coach Hill served as the Mustang's head football coach, the school's athletic director and the chairman of the physical education department. In addition, Coach Hill earned a Master's Degree in Education from the University of Wyoming. Coach Hill stepped down as the NCHS head football coach after the 1983 season, but continued to serve as athletic director and head of the P.E. department until 1989. In Art's 25-year football coaching career, he compiled a 133-90-3 record and guided Natrona to a 10-0 mark and a state championship in 1975.
Mustang Football...with Effort and Enthusiasm
Strength and Honor
Every day is a Great day to be a Mustang!
Every day is a Great day to be a Mustang!