SKYLINE YOUTH FOOTBALL

District #8

REGISTRATION

Online registration is closed. To register you may contact Julie Tayler 801.870.6319 or juliektayler@gmail.com

Registration fee is $350 which includes: 

  • Helmet rental
  • Shoulder pad rental
  • Practice pants and game day pants rental
  • Home and away jerseys (yours to keep)
  • Team photo

Payment plans are available to June 1st and must be paid off prior to equipment handout.

*Registration fees vary by district

IMPORTANT DATES

JUNE

  • 26th 8:30 am – 10:00 am / Equipment handout

JULY

  • 15th 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm / Equipment handout

  • 26th – First day of PRACTICE!!

    • Prior to the start of school practice is usually 5 days a week, once school starts plan on 3 days.

AUGUST

  • 9th 6:00 pm / Weigh-ins – Upland Terrace Elementary

    • Weigh-ins are conducted by the Ute Conference. Players must be present at an official weigh in to play. Any player who misses the official weigh in is removed from the roster and is ineligible to play the first game. A makeup weigh in will be the Tuesday after the 1st regular season game. Contact the District President or Secretary for times and dates. Plan vacations accordingly.

  • 21st GAME DAY

SKYLINE YOUTH FOOTBALL HEAD COACHES

Bo McNally

Scouts (7-8 Year Olds)

650.808.7154 | bomcnally@gmail.com

“I grew up in Salt Lake and started playing football in the Ute Conference when I was 7 years old. I went on to play college football at Stanford University and coached football at Syracuse University. I have a passion and love for the game of football and I believe it to be the ultimate team sport. 
As a coach, my top priorities are to help players develop a love and passion for football all while ensuring they learn the proper techniques in order to play the game safely. As part of that process they will learn to embrace adversity, develop physical and mental toughness, and approach every day with a positive attitude and extraordinary effort. Football is all about working relentlessly to be the best version of yourself such that you can be the best teammate possible, and I can’t wait to get started working with the Scouts age group!”

Dan McMaster

Gremlins (9 Year Olds)

651.226.5908 | danlmcmaster@gmail.com

I was fortunate to have some fun and amazing coaches over the years who not only contributed to my lifelong love of football, but taught me lessons that still have an impact on my life! 

A few of my coaching philosophies include:

There is power in the team:   The kids will make friendships this year that can last a lifetime and discover that when individuals put team goals over their own wants, amazing things can happen both on and off the field 

Fundamentals matter.  Especially at this young age, learning good habits now is key to success in the future!

Hard work can be fun.   You get out what you put in, and anything worthwhile requires hard work.. the secret is that this can be a lot of fun!

Jon Nelson

Pee Wees (10 Year Olds)

801.918.1714 | jonwnelson@gmail.com

Josh Hays

Mity Mites (11 Year Olds)

801.554.4828 | ljhays@gmail.com

“I grew up in Salt Lake City and went to skyline high school. My wife and I have 6 kids and I sell roller coasters for a living. I have coached both of my sons in Ute Conference football. I love football and believe that no other sport teaches the lessons that kids learn in football. I am excited to be part of the Skyline coaching staff and hope we can continue to strengthen and grow this great sport in our community.”

Christian Morrison

Grid Irons (12 Year Olds)

702.806.9007 | christianmorrison@gmail.com

“On the scale from Bill Belichick to Pete Carroll, my coaching philosophy is completely towards Pete Carroll. I truly believe that the players are capable of amazing things as long as they have confidence in themselves. I try to teach the players to not be scared of competition, but to embrace it. Having them compete against others in a positive way, and also themselves, is something that we try to do every day in practice. Football is by far the greatest team sport and the players can learn so much about how to succeed in life by learning the principles developed by playing football.”

 

Dave Black

Grid Irons (12 Year Olds)

801.652.3111 | dr_black07@gmail.com

Reason for coaching: I really enjoy the game and believe that the game of football teaches skills and builds character traits that will carry over in their personal life.

Alex Barrus

Bantams (13/14 Year Olds)

801.809.9917 | Barrus.alex@gmail.com

“My name is Alex Barrus and I have been involved in football since 7th grade, and coaching since 2001. I have coached every age group from 8 year olds to varsity football. The reason that I coach is that I love football and all aspects of the game. The camaraderie between teammates, the hard work, the game planning and preparation, and seeing success come on things you have worked on are the things I hope to pass along to the players.”

BOARD MEMBERS

Nate Fredrick

President

801.870.0864 | nate.fredrick@gmail.com

Julie Tayler

Secretary

801.870.6319 | Juliektayler@gmail.com

Josh Hayes

Equipment

801.554.4828 | ljhays@gmail.com

Jared Johnson

Coaches

801.541.2006 | jaredjohnsen@gmail.com

Scott Bridge

Treasurer

801.706.9892 | scottybridge2@gmail.com

Christian Morrison

Fields

Jane Barrus

Social Media

SKYLINE HOME FIELDS- Skyline High School

3251 E 3760 S, Salt Lake City, UT 84109

PRACTICE FIELDS – TBD which teams will practice where

Wasatch Junior High | 3750 South 3100 East, SLC UT 84109

Morningside Elementary | 4170 South 3000 East, SLC UT 84124

Upland Terrace Elementary | 3700 S Sunnydale Drive, SLC UT 84109

SKYLINE HOME FIELDS

3251 E 3760 S, Salt Lake City, UT 8410

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