Higley Football Summer Program May 31st -July 22nd , 2016
Grades 10 – 12
Days: Monday, Wednesday and Friday 7:30-10:30am
Linemen Workouts – Tuesday evenings 5-7:30pm June 7th -July 19th (No Workout July 5th)
Fee: $100 – includes passing league and Linemen Challenges at Higley HS, Campo Verde HS, ASU, U of A, Surprise
You can make a full payment anytime online before May 27th .
Click HERE Register Online Or at at husd.org, click the Community Ed Tab, then Sports Camps & Clinics Tab
FULL PAYMENT MUST BE TURNED IN BY MAY 27th
Any questions, please contact Coach Zubey at 480-277-5569
Higley Freshmen Football Summer Program
May 31st -July 22nd, 2016
Days: Monday and Wednesday from 5-7:30pm and Friday mornings from 7-9:30am
Linemen Workouts Tuesday Evenings 5-7:30pm
Passing League on Tuesdays May 31st –June 21st 4:30-8 @ Campo Verde
Payment is due NO LATER than May 27 th .
Register Online at CLICK HERE, click the Community Ed Tab, then Sports Camps & Clinics Tab.
FULL payment must be made for player to participate. No exceptions.
If you will miss due to vacation please contact Coach Zubey at firstname.lastname@example.org before 5/27
Football Spring Ball for 8th Grade (Incoming Freshman)
Freshman Head Coach, Don Rosenberger & Freshman Staff
Monday’s thru Thursday – April 25th thru May 12th
5:oo pm to 7:30 pm. Twelve (12) Sessions
Attire: Shorts, T-Shirt and Cleats
Higley High School Football Practice Field Behind the Visitors
bleachers of the Stadium field
ALL are welcome! See you on the Field
REGISTRATION AVAILABLE ONLINE
This Friday 10/02, Higley will host the Channel 12 Game of the Week. Be sure to show your Higley Pride for the filming of the news! Channel 12 will be at Higley High School filming live on Friday at 4, 5 and 6pm. Please show up in your Higley gear and support YOUR Knights.
“He rarely raised his voice,” Zubey said. “He was cool, calm. When he talked, you listened.”
Zubey said actor Michael Chiklis didn’t physically resemble fiery assistant coach Terry Eidson, but his portrayal was close.
After the streak is broken, there is an epic showdown in the second half of the movie with Southern California powerhouse Long Beach Poly, but Zubey said De La Salle had beaten the USC-feeder school four years in a row.
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It was an exciting day for Higley High School on National Signing Day, this past Wednesday, as five Knights signed with four-year colleges. The festivities started with an early morning signing party at Higley High. All five players signed their letters of intent with families and Coach Zubey by their sides. First up was Sinjin Kirkpatrick, Higley’s #8. Dressed in red, he is headed to William Jewell College. Jewell is a Division II private school located in Liberty, MO. The Cardinals recruited Sinjin as a Safety and he will be majoring in business while in Missouri. He looks forward to living on his own and the top-notch education he’ll receive, but will miss the mild winters and his family while away. He enjoyed learning about all the different colleges and divisions during the recruiting process and gives credit to God, his mom for always supporting him and Coach Zubey for the opportunities to visit with so many schools. He attributes his scholarship to never settling for mediocre, academically or athletically and being a coachable player.
Next up – Nick Colson. You know you’re ‘wanted’ when a school is willing to hold your scholarship. And not just any college, but Air Force will be expecting Nick in 2016 after he has completed his mission. Higley’s First Team All-Conference Athlete will play Tight End for the Falcons. Nick says, that although the flights to and from different cities were rough, he enjoyed the official visits most about the recruiting process. He learned to not take anything for granted and that every offer is a big deal. He decision to sign with Air Force was based around the academics offered and the big stage DI opportunity. He attributes this step in his football career to his parents and to Coach Zubey for helping him gain weight, get stronger and become the player that we’ll all get to enjoy watching on the field outside of Colorado Springs.
Logan Johns, Higley’s #42 and sporting his fashionable Raven shades, signs his letter of intent to Benedictine in Atichison, KS. Logan will be playing linebacker and majoring in Criminal Justice for the Ravens. After not playing for half a season because of a knee injury, Logan came back strong earning a scholarship to play four more years of college ball. After debating over several offers, he chose the NAIA, liberal arts college, because he fell in love with the campus, its size and the people there. He looks forward to getting out on the field and although he credits his parents for this major milestone and will miss them, also looks forward to leaving Arizona and experiencing life away from home.
Higley’s 1st Team All-Conference Lineman, Quinn Bailey took over the hot seat with his commitment to Arizona State University. Higley’s #60 is excited about the opportunity to stay close to home and says that the best thing about the recruiting process, especially with ASU, was meeting all his future teammates and the anticipation of being able to take the field with his fellow Sun Devils and ‘family away from home’. After thinking that college football was not much of an option originally, Coach Zubey quickly changed his mindset when he became instrumental in taking his game to the next level and eventually helping with the recruiting process. Quinn’s first offer came his junior year and the floodgates were opened.
Mason Johnson wraps up the record number Signing Day event, with the number five spot. Higley’s #40, signs to be a Stetson University Hatter and will be heading to Deland, FL this summer to major in Political Science. After enjoying the spontaneity of the recruiting process, saying, “how cool it was to have schools come visit campus knowing all about us, without ever having talked to us before,” Mason chose Stetson for the location and the opportunity to play at a Division I school. Although getting turned down by colleges he wanted to attend was the most difficult part of the recruiting process, he’s enthusiastic about playing football for Stetson as a Freshman Linebacker and says that they even want him to try out for basketball. He attributes this major milestone to Coach Zubey and his late father’s dream for him to play football in high school and college. Mason lost his dad when he was in eighth grade and has always used his passing as motivation to play at the next level. Wearing dark green, Mason fulfills that dream beginning this summer.
The day continued at the Doubletree in Phoenix at the National Football Foundation’s 1st National Signing Day Event, with press conferences, radio and news interviews. All five players, their families and Coach Zubey attended the event to represent Higley High. Signing Day 2014 goes down in Higley football history as the day five players, the most in one season for one sport, signed to four-year colleges.