Athletic Director Casey Todd
Football: Class M
Head coach - Frank Brown, first season as varsity coach.
The Fall Mountain Wildcats football team is coming off a season that saw them make it to the Class M playoffs, but falling in the first round. However it was a tremendous improvement over the previous two winless seasons.
After losing several key seniors to graduation including the starting quarterback, two running backs and their top wide receiver, first year coach Brown will look to a slew of juniors and sophjomores to carry the load.
Also losing starting quarterback Eric Bentley in the first game of the season did not help matters.
Boys' Soccer: Class M
Head coach - Whit Aldrich, first season as varsity coach.
The Fall Mountain boys' soccer team has a new coach and a young team.
After losing a few key seniors to graduation, first year coach Whit Aldrich will look to seniors Tony Van Laere and goal keeper Colby McGuirk for leadership on the field.
Girls' Soccer: Class M
Head coach - Bruce Ferland, second season as varsity coach.
The Fall Mountain girls' soccer team is coming off a tremendous season that saw them win the school's first-ever girls' soccer state championship, under first year coach Bruce Ferland. It doesn't get much better than that does it?
Now in his second campaign and after losing several key seniors to graduation, coach Ferland still returns several experienced players from last season including Jordan Ferland, Michelle Greene, Lily Kirby, Christine Surber and Kassey Zermuhlen.
Girls' Soccer: Class M
Head coach - Missie Swift
The Fall Mountain Wildcat volleyball team is coming off a season that saw them go 5-11 last season with a schedule that brings teams from all three divisions in the state, Class M, L and Class I.
After losing five seniors to graduation, the lady Wildcats also bring back five seniors this season for leadership and stability.
Caitlin Miller is the center and a big key to the team's success. She is an excellent hitter and arguably the best player on the team, but is also developing into a very good setter as well.
Erin MacLean is another huge asset, as she is tall and an intimidating presence at the net both offensively and defensively.
She can cause other teams to entirely change the way they play in order to get around her or stop her.
Rachel Prior is an energetic figure on the court and always works hard, as well as keeping everyone's spirits up on the floor.
Emily Abbott is one of the top servers in Division II and can put the ball anywhere she wants with authority and her back row play is very solid.
Allie Robinson is also a key and has been serving and hitting with great pace.
Another big key for the success of this team will be effective serving and the overall back row defensive play. When the Lady 'Cats can do these things consistantly, they can hang tough with anyone on their schedule.
Others looking to creat an impact include seniors Mariana Moniz, Julia Oberst, Emily Healy, Caitlin Miller and Shannon Kelly and juniors Rene Gosetti, Allegra Pickering, Rachel Prior and Emily Abbott.