Mustang Football

2020-21 Schedule
Sat. Aug 29, 7:00 vs Twin Bridges
Sat. Sept 5, 7:00 vs Rocky Boy
Sat. Sept 12, 7:00 vs Belt
Fri. Sept 18, 7:00 @ Choteau
Fri. Sept 25, 7:00 @ Fort Benton
Sat. Oct 3, 7:00 vs Cascade*
Week 7 Bye Week
Week 8 Playoff Seeding Game TBA

Home games will be played at Memorial Stadium in Great Falls.
* Homecoming Game

Wes Ross

Head Coach

Kam Mims

Assistant Coach

Coach Ross

Wes Ross was hired as the Head Football coach of the Great Falls Central Catholic Mustangs in February of 2020.

Ross arrives to lead the Great Falls Central Catholic program after coaching the last three seasons (2017- 2019) for the Great Falls High School Varsity football program. The Bison had one of the top offenses in the state the past three seasons and reached the AA state playoffs in 2018 and 2019. Ross coached the Offensive Line unit and was blessed to coach several all state and all conference players who went on to play at the next level.
Prior to this, Ross spent four seasons (2013-2016) as the Associate Head Coach and Defensive Coordinator at Cascade High School. Ross was instrumental in helping turn around a program that was coming off back to back winless seasons. Each subsequent season, the wins and player participation increased from the prior year. In 2016, the program was firing on all cylinders, celebrated a 10 win season, and earned their first playoff run in 20 years! The team reached the state quarterfinals of the class
C8 man playoffs and fell to the eventual state champions that season. Many players of this team were selected first team all-conference, all-state and were East West Shrine Game and Bob Cleverly All-star game participants. Many also went on to play collegiate football.

During his high school playing days Ross was a member of two Class AA state championship football teams that went undefeated in both 1999 and 2000 while playing for Mark Samson at Capital High School.  While at the University of Montana Western Football program in 2002, 2003 and 2004, Ross was a former walk on Running back who earned an academic and athletic scholarship.

Ross lives in Great Falls with his wife Callie and two children Kennedy (8) and Troy (6).  Ross and wife Callie are also the founders of the “#TroyStrong” movement, which has organized countless blood drives in Montana and across the country. The movement is named for the Ross’ son Troy, who was diagnosed with a rare lung disorder in 2017 that required numerous blood transfusions to save his young life.

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Coach Mims

Please welcome Coach Mims to the Mustang Football Family!